Bridgerton Returns and 7 Other New Movies and Shows to Watch This Weekend

Four big theatrical releases, and four big releases to see at home!

Lots of choices this weekend. It all depends on your wishes!

Here are the new cinema releases, all of which will be available on big screens across Ireland from Friday 25th March.


Michael Bay’s latest action epic sees two best friends (Jake Gyllenhaal and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) hijack an ambulance when a bank robbery goes awry. We chatted with the stars of the film, and you can check out that interview here:

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The great Sandra Oh stars in the horror film, telling the story of a mother and daughter living in blissful isolation, until the cremated remains of a family member arrive, releasing a spirit demonic on both of them.


As we said in our review, this is 2022’s first five-star film. A fantastically funny drama about how coming of age can happen at almost any point in your life. , and you’re never too old to learn how to grow.


24 and The Girl Next Door star Elisha Cuthbert headlines this Irish horror about a family who move into a new home, only to have the girl seemingly disappear into the basement on their very first night there- low. While trying to find the missing girl, the parents discover that their new home has a very dark past…

We chatted with Cuthbert about his role in the film, and you can check out the full interview here:

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And now, let’s get to the things you can watch at home this week, starting with…


Shonda Rhimes gave Netflix one of its biggest shows EVER with the first season of Bridgerton, so it was only a matter of time before the steamy period drama returned. This time we focus on Anthony (Jonathan Bailey) and his search for love.

All eight episodes arrive on Netflix on Friday, March 25.

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Jessica Chastain is up for the Best Actress Oscar for her performance as the famous televangelist, giving us an intimate look at her extraordinary rise, fall, and ultimate redemption.

Tammy Faye’s eyes are available to watch on Disney+ right now.

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Liam Neeson’s latest foray into the world of action thrillers sees him play a Vietnam War veteran who works the FBI books as a repairman. His latest assignment sees him get caught up in a political conspiracy that has already resulted in a number of high-profile deaths.

Blacklight is available to watch with your NOW Cinema Membership from Friday 25 March.

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Writer/director James Gunn returns to the world of The Suicide Squad which tells the spin-off story of John Cena’s violent anti-hero, once again hired by a government black ops agent to take down a doomsday threat. of the world.

All eight episodes of the first season of Peacemaker are available to watch with your NOW Entertainment Membership at present.

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Clip via HBO Max, Briarcliff, Projector, netflix, Universal Ireland, Sony Pictures, quiver & NEON

Alfonso E. Cramer