You only live once, but you can watch movies to have ideas about what it's like to be in another world or live someone else's life.

And if you wish to check out new films this weekend, from the comfort of your own home or in a theater, you've come to the right place. Whether you're into action, thriller, horror or romance, there is something for you here.

The Gray Man

One of Netflix's most highly anticipated movies this year, "The Gray Man," is finally available on the streaming platform. Based on Mark Greaney's 2009 novel of the same title, the movie follows CIA's top asset who gets chased by assassins after unveiling agency secrets.

Penned by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, the movie stars Chris Evans and Ryan Gosling. The film was reportedly made with a massive budget of $200 million, with Marvel directors Joe and Anthony Russo helping with its direction.


If you are fond of watching sci-fi thriller films, then this is a perfect pick for you. The flick revolves around an isolated California horse ranch, where the caretakers come across a mysterious force that affects animals and humans alike.

The movie is helmed by award-winning director Jordan Peele, who impressed the whole world with movies like "Get Out" and "Us." It stars Keke Palmer, Daniel Kaluuya, Steven Yeun, Barbie Ferreira, Brandon Perea and Michael Wincott. Distributed by Universal Pictures, "Nope" is now available in theaters.

Anything's Possible

"Anything's Possible" has finally arrived on Amazon Prime Video. It's a coming-of-age movie that follows a Black trans high school student who gets romantically involved with an Arab-American boy.

The movie was directed by actor Billy Porter and stars Abubakr Ali, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Simone Joy Jones, Yasmin Finney, Kelly Lamor Wilson, Eva Reign, Grant Reynolds and Manu Narayan. According to reports, the movie was originally called "What If?" but the title was later changed to "Anything's Possible."

In case you missed our last week's list of movies, featuring "Zombies 3," "Don't Make Me Go," "Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank" and more, you may check it out here.

Netflix will partner with Micrsoft on a new, cheaper streaming plan
Netflix will partner with Micrsoft on a new, cheaper streaming plan AFP / CHARLY TRIBALLEAU