This week, we’ve got an M. Night Shyamalan thriller, a biopic starring Michael Keaton, and more. Read on for the full list!
This animated film from Japan is a coming-of-age story about two best friends whose relationship is tested when a beautiful new student arrives at their school. No information on special features is currently available.
Michael Keaton headlines an ensemble cast in this drama about the true story of how Ray Kroc turned McDonald’s into a household name. The release comes with a five-part behind-the-scenes look at the film and an LA press conference from earlier this year featuring a collection of the cast and crew.
James McAvoy and Anya Taylor-Joy star in M. Night Shyamalan’s thriller about a young woman who is captured and held captive by a man with 23 different personalities. Special features include an alternate ending, deleted scenes, and inside looks at McAvoy’s layered performance, Shyamalan’s directorial process, and the making of the film.
Lastly, we have the first of two choices from Criterion — Wim Wenders’ documentary about the legendary Cuban artists who collaborated with Ry Cooder on a 1996 album. Extras include a new interview with Wenders, radio interviews from 2000 with some of the musicians, additional scenes, and more.
The second choice from Criterion this week is George Stevens’ classic collaboration between Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn, a comedy about a pair of dueling journalists who fall for each other when they finally meet face to face. It comes with new interviews with experts on Stevens and Hepburn, a feature-length doc about Stevens, a feature-length doc about Tracy, and more.