“House of the Dragon”: A New Game of Thrones Prequel Series


Here is a collection of content that examines the enormous impact and intrigue of Princess Diana’s short life. A new documentary from director Ed Perkins, “The Princess,” which debuted earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festival and is available on HBO (and HBO Maxon Wednesday, turns the lens back on us.

“Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris” and “Mr. Malcolm’s List” are two of this summer’s most delightful theatrical releases. Both are quietly now available to rent on demand and watch from home. The former is a grounded fantasy adorned with mid-century designer lore, featuring Lesley Manville as a post-WWII British housekeeper and widow. She dreams of owning a Christian Dior gown and must travel to Paris to get one (and her middle-age Sabrina moment). “Mr. Malcolm’s List,” meanwhile, is an ode to the cultured English gentleman, starring Jack Farthing as a young man who must find a suitable wife before he can inherit his father’s estate.

Austen’s “Regency-era romance,” full of gossip, intrigue and high society hijinks, starring Freida Pinto, Zawe Ashton and Ṣọpẹ́ Dìrísù as the titular Mr. Malcolm, is now streaming on Netflix. In another parallel reality on Netflix, Lili Reinhart, of “Riverdale” fame, leads a pic about a college senior whose life splits into parallel realities on graduation night. In one, she gets pregnant and has to move home to Texas. In another, she heads to Los Angeles to start her career.

Jaume Collet-Serra’s “Orphan: First Kill” is debuting on Friday, Aug. . The film is a prequel to Collet-Serra’s horror “Orphan” and follows Esther as she escapes from an Estonian psychiatric facility and makes her way to America.

Demi Lovato’s next album flirts with NSFW. “Holy Fvck” is both a track and the title of the -song album, out Friday, Aug. . “I felt like it was a great, eye-catching title track for the rest of the album,” the pop star told SiriusXM.

Like many musicians, the Mountain Goats used the pandemic as an opportunity to release new music. Their fourth studio album, “Bleed Out,” is set to come out on Friday, Aug. . The album is described as “a cinematic experience” that explores the dichotomy of good and evil.

Do not panic, Brendon Urie is back. His band Panic! At The Disco offers the album “Viva Las Vengeance” on Friday, Aug. , led by the sugary single “Middle of a Breakup” and the high-energy title track.

“Viva Las Vengeance” is inspired by action films from the ‘s, ‘s, and ‘s. The first single, “Training Montage,” comes with a video that is all manner of silly, with the band doing pushups, running down stairs and riding skateboards.

The moral

“Bleed Out” is an album that explores the dichotomy of good and evil, and it is a cinematic experience that is sure to engage and entertain listeners. The Mountain Goats have used the pandemic as an opportunity to release new music, and this album is a great example of their creative talent.


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