Wondering what to watch over the weekend? Here's a list of newly dropped movies that you can enjoy from the comfort of your home and some of them you can watch in theaters.


Will Smith starring action thriller titled "Emancipation" is available to watch in theaters now. But if you want to stream it, then the flick will be available on Apple TV+ from Dec. 9 onwards. The movie is based on a true story of a slave named Peter, played by Smith, who runs away from a Louisiana plantation after being tortured by the owners. It is helmed by director Antoine Fuqua.

The Eternal Daughter

If you are fond of mystery drama, then you should check out "The Eternal Daughter," which has been released in theaters. The movie revolves around a hotel - which was the former home of a family - that is now considered haunted due to some past incidents. The family returns to their former home and unveils the secrets. It stars Tilda Swinton, Carly-Sophia Davies, and Joseph Mydell. The movie is helmed by director Joanna Hogg.

Scrooge: A Christmas Carol

Love watching animated movies, especially when they are based on a Christmas theme? If so, then "Scrooge: A Christmas Carol" is a perfect pick for you. Stephen Donnelly's directed movie is available to stream on Netflix. It tells a story of a businessman named Ebenezer Scrooge, who gets to talk to the ghost of his former business partner and learn things about life. Luke Evans, Olivia Colman, Jessie Buckley, and Johnny Flynn lent their voices to their respective characters.


"Sr" is a Netflix documentary that shows actor Robert Downey Jr.'s relationship with his father, Robert Downey Sr., who died on July 7 last year in his sleep in Manhattan. However, this documentary was recorded before Downey Sr.'s death.

Darby and the Dead

Here's a teen comedy on the list, "Darby and the Dead," which is streaming on Hulu. Silas Howard's directed flick tells the story of a girl (played by Riele Downs) who gets the ability to see dead people and starts a side business of counseling spirits.

The flick also stars Asher Angel, Chosen Jacobs, Nicole Maines and Storm Reid.

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