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Four Movies To Watch This Holiday Season

Amisha Khetani, Head of News and Entertainment

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Bells are ringing this holiday season for action and adventure … and the continuation of stories you’ve seen before. The names you’ll recognize: Creed, Robin Hood, Spiderman, Transformers. The retellings? Maybe. There’ll also be the annual awards bait that appears during the holiday season. Here are some movies to look forward to almost as much as looking forward to Santa.

November 21st: Creed II- Michael B. Jordan and executive producer Ryan Coogler make a powerhouse team that’s become a habit for moviegoers to the tune of more than a billion dollars in box office for Black Panther. The sequel to breakout hit Creed, which rebooted the 42-year-old Rocky franchise, will be their fourth outing together (the first was the critically acclaimed Fruitvale Station). But before we can get to the fifth film in the pipeline, Wrong Answer, Jordan returns as Adonis, who is trying to right a family wronged by taking a fight against Viktor Drago, the son of the man (Dolph Lundgren) who killed his father, Apollo Creed, in the ring (see Rocky IV). Phylicia Rashad, Tessa Thompson and Sylvester Stallone also star. Superstar pairing + family drama X a trailer with DMX performing the soundtrack = sold.

November 21st: Robin Hood- Taron Egerton (Kingsman: The Golden Circle) stars in this oft-told tale of Robin of Loxley. This time, Robin is a Crusader who becomes a revolutionary against a greedy, corrupt royal. Jamie Foxx stars as his mentor in this stylized retelling filled with action sequences and, of course, romance.

December 14th: Spiderman: Into the Spider- Verse – How many Spider-Men is too many? Into the Spider-Verse doesn’t seem to be hitting that limit. A lighthearted animated movie written by Phil Lord (The Lego Movie), this comic-book adventure throws a ton of different versions of Spider-Man (including one that is a pig … seriously) into one exciting plot.

December 21st: Bumblebee- The Transformers movies have succeeded at being big, loud blockbusters, but even the series’ fans could argue that it’s gone a bit off the rails. Bumblebee, a spinoff/prequel, takes things back to a simpler time (1987) and a simpler setup of just one human girl (Hailee Steinfeld) and her unbelievable car/robot friend.


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Four Movies To Watch This Holiday Season