• "Spirit Untamed" is available in theaters
  • "Edge of the World" is streaming on Apple TV
  • Hulu is streaming "Changing the Game" 

As the world adjusts to the pandemic, Hollywood is also changing the traditional release patterns. While some projects are releasing in theaters, many studios are dropping their big-budget content on streaming platforms.

Here's a list of new releases that you can enjoy over the weekend:

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

The horror franchise that started in 2013 is coming up with its new movie, "The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It." The horror thriller, directed by Michael Chaves, released in theaters and on HBO Max on Friday. It stars Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Sterling Jerins and Julian Hilliard in the key roles.

Spirit Untamed

If you are willing to head toward theaters and enjoy a family-oriented entertainment movie, then "Spirit Untamed" is perfect for you. The animated adventure family drama, directed by Elaine Bogan, is 1 hour 29-minute-long. The movie revolves around a little girl, named Lucky, who rescues a horse with her friends. Stars like Jake Gyllenhaal, Isabela Moner, Eiza González, Mckenna Grace and Julianne Moore lent their voices to the animated characters.


"Tove" is another theater release, which revolves around a character named Tove Jansson, who begins a new life following a war. The movie is directed by Zaida Bergroth. It is based on author Tove Jansson's real life. Alma Pöysti, Krista Kosonen, Shanti Roney and Joanna Haartti appear in key roles in the movie.

Edge of the World

"Edge of the World" is an adventure drama featuring Jonathan Rhys Meyers as a British soldier. The drama is directed by Michael Haussman and is based on the true story of Rajah of Sarawak, who sailed to Borneo in 1839 and helped the Sultan of Brunei's governor.

The movie also has Dominic Monaghan, Hannah New, Josie Ho and Bront Palarae in key roles. "Edge of the World" is available to rent on Apple TV.

Changing the Game

Michael Barnett's sports documentary, "Changing the Game," is based on three athletes in high school. The movie revolves around their personal life, different stages of athletic seasons and their sexuality. The movie stars Andraya Yearwood, Mack Beggs and Sarah Rose Huckman. It is available on Hulu.

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