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Chadwick Boseman holding a gun in a scene in 21 Bridges

The holiday season is just around the corner, and that means time for some brand new blockbusters and some Oscar worthy films. In addition to the obvious money makers (looking at you, Frozen 2) there are some awesome movies filmed right here in NYC coming to theaters very soon.

November 1stThe Irishman

Martin Scorsese’s long anticipated passion project is almost here! The film uses de-aging technology to change the appearance of star Robert De Niro in flashbacks as he recounts his career as a hitman. The movie also stars the likes of Joe Peschi, Al Pacino, Bobby Canavale, and Anna Paquin. The Irishman will be in select theaters starting November 1st, but available for streaming on Netflix on November 27th.


The cast of The Irishman on a New York City rooftop.


November 6thMarriage Story

Starring Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson, Marriage Story tells the story of a coast-to-coast divorce between an actress and a director in Los Angeles and New York City. The movie is already getting Oscar buzz for both leads. With plenty of dramatic subway scenes in the trailer, we know we’ll see much more of New York in this movie. The film is coming to select theaters November 6th, and then will stream on Netflix starting December 6th.

November 22ndA Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

Coming to theaters on November 22nd, Tom Hanks stars as the iconic Mr. Rogers in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood. One scene with Mr. Rogers and a reporter character played by Matthew Rhys took place at the Hudson Theater in Midtown, with some other scenes utilizing a set built to look like New York City.


Tom Hanks as Mr. Rogers in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood


November 22nd21 Bridges

On the very same day don’t miss action thriller 21 Bridges starring Chadwick Boseman of Black Panther fame. He stars as an NYPD detective that has to put all of New York City on complete lockdown in order to track down the film’s killers. From the trailer, we can already see Grand Central Station and some of the titular bridges that go in and out of Manhattan. 

The Non NYC Stuff:

We’re also very excited for these inevitable box office smashes to hit theaters in the coming months! Check it out:

11/1: Harriet, the biopic starring Cynthia Erivo as Harriet Tubman

11/8: Last Christmas, based on the popular Wham song, starring Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding

11/15: Charlie’s Angels, reboot starring Kristen Stewart with an Ariana Grande soundtrack

11/22: Frozen 2, ready to get a set of new songs stuck in your head!

12/13: Jumanji: The Next Level, the latest chapter in the popular franchise

12/20: Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker, closing out the sequel trilogy

12/20: Cats, based on the iconic musical starring the likes of Jennifer Hudson and Ian McKellen

12/20: Bombshell, the expose of Roger Ailes with a cast of Margot Robbie, Nicole Kidman, and Charlize Theron

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