4 new movies this week, including “Turning Red” and “The Adam Project”

Curious to know what the new movies are this week? Pixar is back with animation Become red. And the team that brought you free guy has a new movie The Adam Project with Ryan Reynolds.

Here’s the recap of the new movies hitting theaters this week, as well as those hitting major streaming platforms.

New movies to be released this week from March 7 to 13, 2022

Photo courtesy of Pixar

Going Red (2022)

Rating:PG

Release date: Premiere on the Disney+ platform on Friday March 11, 2022.

Summary:Tlight up red is about Mei Lee (voiced by Rosalie Chiang), a 13-year-old girl who always has her best friends by her side and, sadly, her overbearing mother, Ming (voiced by Sandra Oh), who watches her every move. It’s bad enough being a teenager, but suddenly Mei Lee turns into a giant red panda whenever she gets turned on. What’s a girl to do?

To monitor: This is Sandra Oh’s fourth appearance in a Disney film. His last appearance was in the 2021 animated film Raya and the last dragonwhere she voiced the character of Virana.

Word on the treet: The film is the first feature film directed by Domee Shi, who won an Oscar for his Pixar short Bao in 2019.

my catch: I love Pixar movies and can’t wait to see this one.

The Adam Project
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The Adam Project (2022)

Rating: PG-13

Release date: Premiere on the Netflix platform on Friday, March 11, 2022.

Summary: In The Adam Projecta time-traveling pilot (Ryan Reynolds) teams up with his 12-year-old (Walker Scobell) and father (Mark Ruffalo) to stop time travel and save Earth from destruction.

To monitor: This is from the same team that brought you the 2021 movie free guy.

word on the street: The exceptional supporting cast includes Zoe Saldana, Catherine Keener, Jennifer Garner and Alex Mallari Jr.

my catch: Any movie that uses Boston’s Foreplay/Long Time song in its trailer is a movie I have to see.

All my friends hate me
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All My Friends Hate Me (2021)

Rating:R

Release date: In select theaters Friday, March 11, 2022.

Summary: All my friends hate me tells the story of Pete (Tom Stourton), who reluctantly goes on a birthday weekend with his old college crew. Soon, Pete notices his friends slowly turning against him. Is he being punished, paranoid, or is this some kind of sick revenge for something he’s done in the past?

To monitor: The film is co-written by Tom Stourton, who plays Pete. Stourton is best known for voicing the character of Duncan in the television series Thomas and his friends.

word on the street: The film was a hit at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival.

my catch: I love Georgina Campbell, who plays one of Pete’s “friends” in the movie. Campbell’s been one of my favorites since playing DC Katie Harford on the TV series Broadchurch.

Tyson's Race
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Tyson’s Race (2022)

Rating: PG

Release date: In select theaters Friday, March 11, 2022.

Summary: Tyson’s Race is about Tyson (Major Dodson), an autistic teenager who, until now, was home-schooled by his mother (Amy Smart). He decides to go to high school where his father (Rory Cochrane) is a football coach. To try to be close to his father and with the help of a classmate (Layla Felder) and a professional runner (Barkhad Abdi), Tyson decides to run a marathon. It’s a decision that will forever change Tyson and his family.

To monitor: The film is from filmmaker Kim Bass, creator of the TV shows sister, sisterand Kenan and Kel.

word on the street: Major Dodson is best known for his role as Sam Anderson in the hit television series The Walking Dead.

my catch: It’s always exciting to see Oscar-nominated actor Barkhad Abdi (Captain Phillips), on the screen.

What new movies are you planning to watch this week?

And here are your news for the week of March 7 to 13, 2022.

In our comments section below, let us know what new movies this week you’re looking forward to seeing!

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