Are you looking for the best show to watch or maybe the latest movies you can see at the cinema? We have a lot of great releases this week in theaters and on streaming services, so don’t worry as we offer you the best movies and TV shows you can watch this weekend.
It’s a week full of new releases. The action comedy Bullet Train, starring Brad Pitt and Sandra Bullock, hits theaters this week, as does the comedy Easter Sunday, starring comedian Jo Koy. The long-awaited Netflix series The Sandman launches this week, as well as the Predator prequel Prey, which is coming to Disney+.
Brad Pitt stars in this adaptation of the Japanese novel of the same name, where he plays a trained assassin on one last mission before retiring. Boarding a train from Tokyo to Kyoto, he encounters other assassins and soon realizes that their missions are all connected.
Bullet Train will be released in theaters in the UAE and Saudi Arabia on August 4
Stand-up comedian Jo Koy begins in the semi-autobiographical film where he plays an actor/comedian as he prepares to join his Filipino-American family on Easter Sunday. Aside from fighting, eating and laughing, he realizes that the family will always be there no matter what.
Easter Sunday is launching cinemas in UAE and Saudi Arabia on August 4
Asha and Rai are pressured by their parents to get married and pretend to date just to survive a summer full of weddings. Things change when they start to fall in love, something they didn’t know would happen.
Wedding Season will stream on Netflix on August 4
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie
Continuing the story of the Nickelodeon series, Raphael, Michelangelo, Leonardo and Donatello are back for a new adventure. In this film, a stranger from the future arrives to warn the turtles of an imminent threat – the Krang!
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie is available on Netflix August 5
This highly anticipated series follows people and places affected by Morpheus, aka the Dream King. He’s tasked with righting the cosmic and human wrongs he’s made, presenting a blend of modern myth and dark fantasy.
The Sandman is available on Netflix on August 5th
This animated adventure tells the story of Sam Greenfield, who is considered the unluckiest person in the world. While living with this dilemma, she soon finds herself in Lucky Land, where she must encounter magical creatures that will hopefully change her luck.
Luck will stream on Apple TV+ on August 5
This true story centers on twelve boys and the coach of a Thai football team who try to survive after being trapped in a cave. Facing impossible odds, a group of divers embark on a rescue mission to help save them.
Thirteen Lives will stream on Amazon Prime Video on August 5
This prequel to the Predator series follows a Comanche warrior on the hunt for an alien predator that hunts humans for sport. With her skills, she must overcome the high-tech weaponry her enemy possesses to protect her people.
Prey will stream on Disney+ on August 5
This series focuses on a group of young finance graduates trying to survive the cruel world of getting a job during a global recession. Set in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, they must rely on their talent and intelligence to reach the top.
Season 2 is streaming on OSN+ on August 2
This dark comedy tells the story of discredited journalist Beth Burgess, who is on a desperate task to save her career. She begins investigating a case involving a young mother named Toni, who was recently sentenced to life in prison for killing her husband, which she denies.
Guilty Party is now streaming on Starz Play