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‘This virus has stolen time from me’

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To describe Stevie Nicks as a woman of many words — fascinating words — is a massive understatement. Whether it’s in the cosmic lyrics to classic songs like Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” (which is a bigger hit than ever, thanks to Nathan Apodaca’s TikTok skateboarding video); her eloquent, journal-like social media posts; her new fever-dreaming comeback single, “Show Them the Way”; or her utterly unfiltered interviews like the one below, Nicks is a brilliant thinker, a consummate storyteller, and an absolute icon.

Leading up to the release of her film Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold The Concert — which will run for two nights only, on Oct. 21 and 25, at select cinemas, drive-ins, and exhibition spaces around the world — Yahoo Entertainment spoke at length with the two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee about the secret “magic room” where she conjured “Dreams” in 1975, how she came up with her signature look, her friendship with Harry Styles, her admiration for Ruth Bader Ginsburg, why she’s happy being single, her COVID-era fears about never being able to perform onstage again, and her hopes of compiling all of her wonderful words into a book one day.

Yahoo Entertainment: Lately, you’ve been writing some very beautiful, heartfelt things on social media, almost like essays. And one that really struck me was you were expressing your fears about being able to return to doing what you love, which is performing live. It must be bittersweet to be releasing a concert film in the middle of a time when there are pretty much no concerts happening at all.

Stevie Nicks: Well, first of all, last February, I had a talk on the phone with my friend Harry Styles — I call him “H” — about when we could perform together again, because I had just sung with him at the Forum, and it was so much fun. And he said to me, in all of his 26-years-old-ness, “Stevie, I think it’s going to be a long time before we can walk onstage again. I don’t think that we will walk onstage again until the end of 2021, and maybe not until 2022.” And now I’m like, “Oh my God, this man is more psychic than I am!” Damn if he wasn’t right. So the thing is, is that, are we sad? Yes, we’re devastated. I turn the television on for 15 minutes and it’s showing every single state and the upticks in every single state, still going up. Like, what the hell? This is terrible. We were hoping that by this time we would be at least getting closer to being able to go back out and at least do outdoor festivals. But you know what? We’re not Donald Trump. We can’t put people in danger, and we never will put people in danger because of that. We’re not going to take people into a big venue like the Forum and take the chance that they’re all going to come down with this virus in six weeks. So, honestly, I don’t know what the future holds.

As soon as I found out about [the coronavirus], I said to the world and to God and to everybody else: “Listen, I’m not getting this. I am not going to get those little blood clots that form in everybody’s organs. I am not going to have stroke. I am not going to have a heart attack. I’m not going to have brain fog for the next five years of my life. I am not going to be made into an invalid at 72 years old.” So I have, like, put a thin plastic shield of magic safety around me, and I’m really super-careful. I immediately started out that way, stomping my foot and saying, “Not me!” … For me as a 72-year-old woman, I feel like this is the last six or seven of what I call the useful years of my life, and I think this virus has stolen time from me. And that really makes me angry, because I thought I took pretty good care of myself, my whole life — I mean, I got to 72 and I’m still wearing six-inch heels, and I can still get away with wearing a short chiffon skirt onstage if I want. And now, guess what? You’re slammed into a house for two years and you can’t go out and you can’t do anything. How could this have happened? How in the world did we get here?


Speaking of social media, on the happier side of things, do you think that is why Nathan Apodaca and the “Dreams” challenge connected so widely right now? Obviously you won that challenge with your roller-skate video, but Tik-Tok is flooded with people lip-syncing to songs. And yet, Nathan’s clip just exploded.

People needed a little bit of magic. I think it’s a little bit of magic. You know, “Dreams” really came right out of my R&B heart in 1975. And this is a story that nobody actually really knows… when we recorded “Dreams,” we were up at the Record Plant in San Francisco and were almost done with the 12 demos. Everybody was working on something else in the main studio, and I had this idea. I was kind of wandering around the studio, looking for somewhere where I could curl up with my Fender Rhodes and my lyrics and a little cassette tape recorder. And this guy who I didn’t even know said, “Are you looking for a place to go and play?” I said, “I am. I have a song in my head and I want to record it.” And he said, “OK, now you can never tell anybody, but I have a place where you can go.” And I’m like, “Oh my God, a magic room! Oh my God, I’ll never tell anybody.”

And so we went down the hallway and he takes a key and opens this door, and there is this is a full-on studio that none of us ever knew existed in this building — and we’d been there for like three months! I walk in and it’s a big studio with a sunken circular shape, actually like a lighthouse, like a circle, and there’s keyboards all around, a bunch of keyboards that went down this tunnel kind of thing. And then over to the side was this big half-moon circular bed with all black and red velvet. It sounds a little garish, but it was actually beautiful. And I said, “What is this?” And he said, this is Sly Stone’s studio. And I’m like, “Are you kidding me? The Sly Stone? He wouldn’t care that I was in here?” And he goes, “I don’t think he’d care. He gave me the key. So you can stay in here as long as you want.” So I got up on that bed and sat there and just kind of vibed out for 15 or 20 minutes, and then I just started playing — and I started playing “Dreams.” And within about 20 minutes, it was written and recorded — I mean, super-simply, but nevertheless, I thought, “Thank you, Sly Stone and the spirits of Sly Stone and all of your band.” And so and I walked out back down the hallway and I walked into Fleetwood Mac’s studio, and I said, “Listen up everybody. I think I have something that you want to hear.” I played them a little recording of “Dreams,” and we recorded that song that night.

Wow. That’s so cool. Obviously that song is making the rounds right now because of the cranberry juice video, but I’ve always associated that song with another viral video: When Lucy Lawless played you on Saturday Night Live, running a Mexican restaurant.

[laughs] The crazy thing is my mom probably made the best Mexican food in the whole world because we lived in El Paso, Texas, for five years — between the third grade and the eighth grade, that was a long time — and she learned to make like the most amazing Mexican food. And she also told me that when she was pregnant with me, the only thing that she could keep down was in enchilada. So I’m like, “OK, Lucy Lawless, you’ve done it. You have psychically seen into something into my family.” I thought that was great. I mean, I’m always flattered when people take my songs and use them for something, you know, because that’s what they’re written for. They’re not just written to be sung onstage. They’re written to be carried with you and pulled out whenever you want them, to use for whatever you want. … A song could go far and wide and just belong to everybody. Once you let it go, once you put it out there, it’s like a baby. Once you let that child go, you no longer have a lot to say about it. It goes where it wants.

You say you’re always flattered when people in pop culture reference your songs or imitate you, so I assume you are aware of the Night of 1,000 Stevies annual drag/club event?

Oh, I am, I am!

Have you ever considered like sneaking in, like infiltrating it?

I’ve totally thought about it. I’d really been thinking about it like lately before this whole [pandemic] happened. I always thought how fun it would be to actually really disguise myself, like be me, but look like a bad rendition of Stevie Nicks, so that I could really actually be anonymous and just be walking around and just be talking to everybody. … And then at the very end, I’d just walk out onstage to a track of “Edge of Seventeen” and just launch into that song and everybody would just all of a sudden stop and look up and freak out. You never know. I can show up at any time.

That would be amazing. Lady Gaga actually pulled a stunt like that on RuPaul’s Drag Race. Would you ever do that show?

I wouldn’t not consider it. Doing TV is not my very favorite thing because you don’t have much control over it, and at 72 years old, I’m always like worried about the way that people film you. You get a little bit more weirded out about that as you get older. But it’s not that I wouldn’t love to do that show, and it’s not that I might not do it. I mean, the older I get, I’m also more up for a new adventure than I was, say, 10 years ago. Maybe that’s what happens when you get older too, that you just go, like, “Yeah, sure. I’ll do it.”

People would go nuts! So, how did you develop your style? Because a lot of rock and pop stars, they’re more, chameleon-like, but you have a very signature style. Everyone knows what the “Stevie Nicks look” is.

In the beginning, I went on the first Fleetwood Mac tour, which lasted about three months. … I never done a tour, so I ended up leaving with just the few things that I had bought here and there, my normal s***ty clothes that I’d had for the last five year. I did have a friend that actually made me a couple of pair of really slinky bellbottom pants, like Janis Joplin pants, and some little tops that went with them. But the fact that [Lindsey Buckingham and I] had been pretty much starving for so long, we were really skinny. I was like, 105 pounds skinny. And so we get on the road and there’s room service.  And so guess what? We ordered room service and we ate and ate. I gained about 15 pounds in two weeks and all those clothes that I took didn’t fit, and there was nothing I could do. So when I got home from that tour, I met somebody who knew a designer and her name was Margi Kent. She had little rhinestones under each of her eyebrows and hair her down to her knees almost. So I met Margi and I said, “Listen, this is what I want to look like.” And I drew a stick girl with a little velvet riding jacket and a little skirt with little points. I said, “I want to look a waif in a Charles Dickens story.” I also wanted really heavy-duty, beautiful platforms, so they would be comfortable. I wanted two skirts and two jackets one jacket, one with long chiffon Rhiannon sleeves and one with normal velvet sleeves. I said, “That’s all I want. And I want two sets.”

What I wanted was a uniform. I didn’t want to have to think about what I’m going to wear. I just wanted to go, “It’s time to get dressed” and have that stuff hanging in the bathroom. And that’s how I started. And I looked at myself in the mirror when I put it on and I thought, “This is the best you’re going to ever look. So there is no reason to ever change this. You’re 28 years old. When you’re 60, this is still going to look good on you, unless you’ve gotten really fat. You can stay in black, because black is slimmer, so just never change into color because that won’t work. ‘And that’s what I did. I stayed in this basically the same outfit and Margi just updated it every two or three years. I am still wearing jackets that were made 20 years ago because they were made so well that they never wear out. They never look old. So that’s really it. I realized when I looked at that outfit, that that it would last forever. … I can take one of my outfits from any size, all the way back to the beginning where I weighed like 110 pounds, and I can put that outfit on any of my goddaughters that are tiny or the ones that are 30 or the ones that are 40. Every once in awhile, I’ll let them play dress-up in my outfits. And it’s like, it’s not just me. Everyone looks good in my outfit.

I’m curious though, that when you went with that original sketch to Margi and you had this very clear vision, where did that come from?

It was very specific, huh? I think that it did come from somewhere between Oliver Twist and Great Expectations and those kinds of stories that I read and love, even like Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre, those kinds of kind of fairytale books. Those heroines were definitely specific in what they wore. But OK, I did see somebody kind of in that outfit. At one point when Lindsey and I did these four shows, we went to the Santa Monica Civic, and there was a girl that walked by and she was kind of in that outfit that I do, except it was a kind of mauve-y pink. She had cream-colored boots on and the pink skirt and a little jacket and her hair was all done up like a Gibson Girl with a button thing on her head, and I just thought, “Oh my God, if I ever, ever have any money, that’s what I want to look like.” That was 1969. So I remembered that girl years later. I remembered her kind of floating by me.

I wonder if she will ever know you inspired her. It wasn’t a famous woman, right? It was just someone.

No, it was just some girl who looked really special. Like she was like really somebody.

Back on the subject of your social media posts, when Ruth Bader Ginsburg died, you wrote the. most amazing tribute on your Instagram. It had me in tears. What inspired you to write something so lengthy and eloquent?

You know, I definitely lived through the time when we were fighting for all that stuff. I was also in a family where I had a very, very strong mom who wanted me to be very independent and was wanting me to have my own choice on everything. … I remember women trying to find a way to get an abortion. I remember women going to Mexico and going to the back alleys. I mean, obviously that never happened to me, but I heard about it and I was horrified. And so when Roe v. Wade was passed, I was like, “Thank God that this has now been put back in the women’s hands, because each one of us should have the right to do what we want with their own body.” If you have a sick baby growing in your stomach and you can’t afford that sick baby, and you already have three others, I think that only you as the woman who is the mom can make that decision on what to do. It’s so not fair to put that decision in the hands of the government. And I so wish that Ruth — I do call her Ruth — had somehow made it up to this election up, like a couple of weeks after the election, because I think that this new judge [Amy Coney Barrett] is being set up to change everything. And if she does, we are all going be in a big heap of trouble.


I do love your posts, even the very sad ones. I would seriously love an essay every day.

I’m trying to actually write more than I used to, like with a pen and paper, and explain things. … Like when I wrote about [COVID-19] being like American Horror Story and the black Victorian carriage with the beautiful noble but dying horses that would come for you if you get this virus — what I wanted to do there was put a face on the violence, so people would maybe start to think about this this deadly virus as that carriage. When I write something, I really try to make it more understandable, in a more poetic way. But I have been keeping a big, leather-bound journal that as big as a coffee-table book since I can remember. And in this specific leather journal that I use right now, I’ve been keeping those journals since probably 1995. I have a truckload of them. … I try to write beautifully so that when I die, all of these journals will be left to all my goddaughters, my nieces, these young women that will take care of these journals, and we’ll publish all the things that they feel should go out. I might even be able to do some of that myself. … I am learning that people do like reading these things, after the few things that I posted.  Like, I had to write something about Tom Petty last night. I was just supposed to talk on a tape recorder, but I said, “I can’t do that. I’ll just, I’ll just go off on some kind of tirade. So let me just sit and write it.” And it came out really beautiful, because I had written it. Tom family is really super-happy with it, because it was a moment in time that I wrote about with me and Tom. So I am getting to the point now where I’m picking up my pen and really writing stuff that I’m allowing to go out, because I know I’m starting to realize that a lot of people actually would like to see more writing. And I didn’t really know that before, because I never really put anything out.

 Would you ever consider turning these writings into a book?

I am thinking about making a book, like a coffee table book with my drawings, with a drawing on one side and then poetry and journal entries. I think it would be a really beautiful book, if I can get some help from all of my girlfriends who have been watching me write in these journals every night for a hundred years to sit and help me go through them all and pull out the pieces, that would be good in the book. Because I don’t really want to write a book about Stevie Nicks, an autobiography. But to put out the vignettes of my life, the great things, the great romantic moments… the really hard moments, the really sad moments, things I’m not so up on putting out, the terribly awful things. Like, do I want to write a bunch of stuff about doing drugs? Not really. Go back and read all my interviews, if you want to hear about that, because it’s all out there. The  things that I would want in that book would be the things that people don’t know about, but would love to hear. I know you would love to hear them.

You say you wouldn’t want to do a straight autobiography, but I am sure you have been approached about a biopic, or a Fleetwood Mac movie.

[A Fleetwood Mac biopic] would be very, very hard to do now. I’ve always said I never wanted to make a movie about Fleetwood Mac. … You have to get everybody in Fleetwood Mac involved, and that would really not be easy because everybody in Fleetwood Mac would have a different idea. “No, no, you can’t do it that way. And then another person would be saying, “I think that your ideas totally suck, and this is what it should be.” It would be very hard. You’d have to have a mediator in there, keeping everybody from each other’s throats to actually work it out. So it’s a mystery to me, to quote a Fleetwood Mac record. But who knows what the future has to hold?  Sometimes you make these like blanket statements of “I’ll never do that,” and then two years later, the right person comes to you and talks to you about it and you’re like, “OK, that actually sounds kind of good.”

You said if you did any sort of book, you’d focus on the positive, and you mentioned “great romantic moments.” You’ve had some high profile relationships, but many are threatened by women who are as strong as you, the way you said your mother raised you. That’s something I’ve definitely experienced in my life, in a way. Why do you think this is?

Because I think that if you are really strong and you have a great job, then…like, what is your last name?Parker.

Well, no guy wants to be “Mr. Parker.” And nobody wants to be “Mr. Nicks,” either. I have had a few boys that actually were really lovely and actually totally enjoyed my crazy life and thought that what I did was fantastic and were never jealous of me. And that’s the kind of man that we would want, but they’re far and few between. They do exist. They’re out there. It’s just finding somebody like that. It’s very, very hard. And when I actually did find a couple of guys like that, a long time ago and, maybe if I had decided I just going to stick with this one guy, I might’ve actually had a happy husband, somebody that I really was well-suited for. But I was so busy all those years, moving, moving, moving, always leaving and always on the road. and that was hard for the nicest and most understanding of men. It was like, “So, how long are you going to be gone? And I’m like, I don’t know. It could be six months, it could be a year, depending on how this record does. I honestly can’t tell you.” And then you drive away in a limousine and they’re like, “That so sucks.” And you can’t blame them, really.

I’m 72. It’s not that I’m not feeling romantic, because I can still sit down and write a really good love song. I always have hope. I always think, “Maybe around the next corner might be that perfect person who’s going to be your person. But I’m not looking for it, and I don’t expect it to happen. But not in a bad way. I would be surprised and happy, but I’m not going to spend the rest of my life waiting to walk around that specific corner either. We’re women, and if we want to rule the world — which we do! — we kind of just have to take everything as it comes and be happy with what we have. I’m pretty happy. I have a good job. I have the most amazing dog. I have a lot of great friends. I love my music. I love my job. And I know a lot of people that are married and they’re not happy. They have kids, and they’re not happy. So I wouldn’t trade with them for anything, you know? I think that maybe most of us who really search for what we want, kind of get what we want and have to end. There’s a few things we miss out on, but basically in the long run, it’s pretty great.

What do you consider your greatest achievement?

I think probably being the first woman to go into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame for my own work — going in as Stevie Nicks last year, after already being inducted with Fleetwood Mac in 1998. That was probably my proudest moment, because there were 22 men that were in twice for their solo work and for being in bands, and then there were no women. So, now there’s one woman. And it is me. I feel like I broke a glass ceiling there and let it rain on all those guys who thought they’d never be a woman that would go in twice. That was one of the most fun nights of my whole life.

As you’ve mentioned, you have a real kinship with Harry Styles, who inducted you at the ceremony and performed with you that that night. What other young artists do you admire?

I love HAIM, and I think their new record is it’s exactly the record that I wanted them to make. I listened to it probably a hundred-thousand times as it came out. When I heard their record, I sent them this little video of me and my dog, Lily, squawking around listening to, to their record. I think their album is spectacular. I love Miley Cyrus; I love that she saw into “Edge of Seventeen” and it inspires “Midnight Sky.” She called me and asked me if she could use it, and I said, “Take it. I’m so happy that you were inspired by it. It’s fine with me.” I also really like Halsey, because she’s kind of crazy and weird and I just really like her for that. I really listen to all the current stuff. … So I think that music is in good shape. If only everybody can hang on and we can get ahead of [the coronavirus]. If we could get just get back to being able to play for people. We’re never going to get rid of this, this is never going to go away, if everybody doesn’t get in the game.

In the meantime, we have your concert film coming out, but also your first new song in six years, “Show Them the Way,” I know you wrote it years ago, but that song is so perfect for right now.

I had the best time making “Show Them the Way.” I’m so proud of it. Putting that together made me go, “Wow, if we’ve got another year of this – and please, God, say I’m wrong — then maybe I might just make another record, like soon.” … I might just start on something else because it’s been really fun and I’ve really enjoyed it. Once again, I would like to say how proud I am of “Show Them the Way” because I did hold it back for almost 13 years., and then I thought I wanted it out three weeks before this election, hoping that it might become like a theme song — something that maybe Joe Biden and Kamala Harris could play, something that was written for all the people that are running to take this country back. It’s the first time that I’ve really written a song that was not just a really good song, but it was a really good song with a purpose. And so I’m hoping that they keep playing it and then it actually does what I sent it out into the world to do.


What’s Coming to Netflix in November 2020

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Welcome to an early look at everything we know is coming to Netflix in the United States throughout the month of November 2020. 

As always, keep an eye on the list of titles leaving throughout the month of November 2020 too. That list currently is headlined by one of the last remaining three Disney movies on Netflix US and Highway to Heaven.

Missed anything from last month? We’re still continuously updating the October 2020 release list as and when we hear of new titles.

Please note: this list doesn’t reflect the full list of titles coming in November 2020. We’re expecting an expanded Netflix list towards the end of October 2020. Release dates are subject to change.

November Dates TBD

  • Mismatched (Season 1) N – Indian romantic TV comedy.
  • Supernatural (Season 15 – Final Episodes) – The last remaining episodes of Supernatural season 15.
  • Trial 4 (2020) N – Documentary on the killing of Boston cop, Sean K. Ellis.

Weekly Episodes Coming to Netflix in November 2020

  • Private Lives (Season 1) N – New episodes every Wednesday
  • The Great British Baking Show (Collection 8) N – New episodes every Friday.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 1st, 2020

  • 60 Days In (Season 5) – A&E reality series that looks in a county jail in Indiana.
  • A Clockwork Orange (1971) – Stanley Kubrick’s cult classic.
  • Boyz n the Hood (1991) – Oscar-nominated crime drama about three young males living in the Crenshaw ghetto.
  • Can You Hear Me? (Season 2) N – French Canadian drama series about three girls from low-income families navigating the complexities of life.
  • Casper (1995) – Kids classic fantasy movie.
  • Christmas Break-In (2018) – Holiday family special about a young girl stuck at school just before the holidays.

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  • Dawson’s Creek (Seasons 1-6) – Every season and episode of the classic teen-drama.
  • Easy A (2010) – Emma Stone features in this high school rom-com about a student spreading rumors to help gain status.
  • Elf Pets: A Fox Cub’s Christmas Tale (2019) – Animated Christmas short.
  • Elf Pets: Santa’s Reindeer Rescue (2018) – Animated Christmas short.
  • Elliot the Littlest Reindeer (2018) – Animated holiday feature film where Blitzen announces his retirement.
  • Forged in Fire (Season 1) – HISTORY Channel’s reality series that follows various bladesmiths competing for a grand prize.
  • Jumping the Broom (2011) – Comedy from Salim Akil about two families coming together for a wedding.
  • Knock Knock (2015) – Keanu Reeves and Ana de Armas feature in this thriller.
  • Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath (Seasons 1-3) – All three seasons of A&E’s look into the Church of Scientology.
  • Little Monsters (1989) – Family comedy from the late 80s about a boy finding a world of monsters under his bed.
  • Mile 22 (2018) – Mark Wahlberg action thriller
  • Ocean’s Eleven (2001) – All-star Steven Soderbergh crime thriller.
  • Paul Blart: Mall Cop (2009) – Kevin James in the best movie ever.
  • Piercing (2018) – Horror mystery thriller
  • Platoon (1986) – Classic war movie.
  • School Daze – Unclear what version
  • Snowden (2016) – Biopic on Edward Snowden played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
  • The Garfield Show (Season 3) – Animated adventures with everyone’s favorite Lasagne loving cat.
  • The Impossible (2012) – Naomi Watts features in this movie about a family caught in a tsunami.
  • The Indian in the Cupboard (1995) – Family fantasy directed by Frank Oz.
  • The Next Karate Kid (1994) – Mr. Miyagi returns to teach a new pupil.
  • Voice (Season 2) – K-drama about a detective who had his life fall apart after his wife was murdered.
  • Wheels of Fortune 
  • Yes Man (2008) – The Jim Carrey comedy where he can’t say no.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 2nd

  • Prospect (2018) – Sci-fi thriller starring Pedro Pascal about a father and daughter pairing heading to a mysterious moon to gather valuable resources.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 3rd

  • Felix Lobrecht: Hype (2020) N – German stand-up special looking into woke culture.
  • Gabby’s Dollhouse (Season 1) N – Dreamworks animated series for preschoolers.
  • Mother (2020) N – Asian film.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 4th

  • A Christmas Catch (2018) – A TV movie holiday romance
  • Christmas With A Prince (2018) – TV holiday romance starring Kaitlyn Leeb.
  • Love & Anarchy (Season 1) N – Comedy drama series.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 5th

  • A New York Christmas Wedding (2020) – Otoja Abit directs this holiday romantic movie.
  • Carmel: Who Killed Maria Marta? (Season 1) N – Spanish true-crime series.
  • Midnight at the Magnolia (2020) – Christmas-themed holiday romance movie.
  • Operation Christmas Drop (2020) N – Holiday special about a political aide falling for an Air Force pilot.
  • Paranormal (Season 1) N – Netflix’s third Arabic full Netflix Original set in the 1960s where a doctor begins believing paranormal events are occurring around him.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 6th

  • Citation (2020) N – Nigerian Original about a student who reports her professor after trying to rape her.
  • Country Ever After (Season 1) N – Follow the family of Coffey Anderson in this reality series.
  • La trinchera infinita / The Endless Trench (2019) N – French movie set in 1936 with fascism taking over the country.
  • The Late Bloomer (2016) – Comedy about a man who goes through puberty a little later in life than most.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 9th

  • Undercover (Season 2) N – Dutch thriller series where undercover agents infiltrate drug operations.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 10th

  • A Lion in the House (Limited Series) – Docuseries on five families going through cancer treatments over a period of 6 years.

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  • Dash & Lily (Season 1) N – Comedy teen drama set in the festive season about a little red notebook that is passed between two lovers.
  • Trash Truck (Season 1) N – Kids cartoon about a trash truck and his two human friends making friends and exploring.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 11th

  • A Queen Is Born (Season 1) N – Portuguese reality series featuring two drag queens that’s essentially Drag Race – rumored for November 11th.
  • Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun (Season 1) N – Sketch comedy series.
  • The Liberator (Limited Series) N – Animation meets Band of Brothers in this WW2 limited series.
  • What We Wanted / Was wir wollten (2020) N – Austrian drama about parenthood with a couple facing fertility issues.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 12th

  • Fruitvale Station (2013) – Biopic of Oscar Grant III starring Michael B. Jordan.
  • Graceful Friends (Season 1) – Also known as Elegant Friends, a TV mystery series from South Korea.
  • Ludo (2020) N – Dark comedy from India.
  • Memories of a Teenager / Yo, Adolscente (2019) – Spanish drama.
  • Prom Night – Unclear what version.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 13th

  • American Horror Story (Season 9) – The ninth installment of the anthology series set in 1984.
  • Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey (2020) N – A musical adventure holiday special featuring original songs from John Legend.
  • The Life Ahead / La vita davanti a se (2020) N – Italian drama about a Holocaust survivor taking in a 12-year-old boy who robbed her.
  • The Minions of Midas (Limited Series) N – Political thriller about a millionaire publisher blackmailed.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 15th

  • A Very Country Christmas (2017) – Holiday-themed family romance movie about a country star heading back home to find his roots.
  • America’s Next Top Model (Seasons 19 & 20) – Two seasons of the reality series from CBS which airs on VH1.
  • Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 (2009) – Animated Sony Pictures movie that sees the return of the crazy scientist.
  • Hometown Holiday (2018) – Holiday romance.
  • Survivor (Season 20 & Season 28) – CBS’s reality series Survivor debuts on Netflix.

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  • The Crown (Season 4) N – The latest and final season for Olivia Colman in the role of Queen Elizabeth who will hand over the reins. The new epic seasons will introduce us to Princess Diana and Margaret Thatcher.
  • V for Vendetta (2005) – The Wachowski’s dystopian thriller.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 16th

  • Loving (2016) – Romance based on a true story of an interracial couple in the late 1950s.
  • Whose Streets? (2017) – Documentary on the police killing of 18-year-old Mike Brown.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 17th

  • The Boss Baby: Back in Business (Season 4) N – The latest Dreamworks adventures with The Boss Baby.
  • We Are The Champions (Season 1) N – Reality documentary series looking into some of the world’s oddest competitions.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 18th

  • Bitter Daisies / El sabor de las margaritas (Season 2) N – More episodes of the crime thriller series.
  • Holiday Home Makeover with Mr. Christmas (2020) N – Holiday reality special.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 19th

  • The Princess Switch: Switched Again (2020) N – The sequel to The Princess Switch featuring Vanessa Hudgens playing the role of a down-to-earth baker and a prince’s wife.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 20th

  • Alien Xmas (2020) N – Christmas feature film about aliens attempting to steal Earth’s gravity.
  • Flavorful Origins: Gansu Cuisine (Season 1) N – Docu-series for foodies.
  • If Anything Happens I Love You (2020) N – Two grieving parents mourn the loss of a loved one in the family.
  • Voices of Fire (Season 1) N – Reality competition series about gospel singers.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 22nd

  • Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square (2020) N – Dolly Parton features in this small-town Christmas themed movie about a small town facing tough times around the holiday season.
  • Machete Kills (2013) – Robert Rodriguez directs this Danny Trejo action thriller.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 23rd

  • Hard Kill (2020) – Action thriller starring Bruce Willis.
  • Shawn Mendes: In Wonder (2020) N – Documentary on the famed singer/songwriter.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 24th

  • Dragons: Rescue Riders: Huttsgalor Holiday (2020) N – Holiday special for the Dreamworks series.
  • Hillbilly Elegy (2020) N – Ron Howard’s Netflix debut with this adaptation of the best-selling book featuring Amy Adams.
  • Notes for My Son / El Cuaderno de Tomy (2020) N – Argentinian movie about a woman battling terminal cancer and writes a book to speak about her life.
  • Wonderoos (Season 1) N – Kids animated series.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 25th

  • The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two (2020) N – Kurt Russell boots up as Santa Clause again with Christmas once again under threat from a new source.
  • Great Pretender (Season 2) N – Anime series.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 26th

  • Larry the Cable Guy: Remain Seated (2020) – Stand-up special
  • Mosul (2020) N – War thriller from executive producers The Russo Brothers.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 27th

  • A Go! Go! Cory Carson Christmas (2020) N – Christmas special.
  • Dance Dreams: Hot Chocolate Nutcracker (2020) N – Shondaland documentary looking into the ballet group.
  • Over Christmas / Überweihnachten (Season 1) N – Christmas series from Germany.
  • Sugar Rush: Christmas (Season 2) N – Cooking reality series.
  • The Beast / La Belva (2020) N – Film.

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  • Virgin River (Season 2) N – The return of the popular Netflix romance series.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 28th

  • The Uncanny Counter (Season 1) N

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 29th

  • Wonderoos: Holiday Holiday! (2020) N – Holiday kids animated special.

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 30th

  • The 2nd (2020) – Ryan Pillipe action thriller.
  • Rust Creek (2018) – Crime thriller.
  • Spookley and the Christmas Kittens

What are you looking forward to watching on Netflix in November 2020? Let us know in the comments down below.


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Download or Watch Online Illegal Movies from 9kmovies 2020-21





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Movies playing in Southeast Michigan, new releases Oct. 30

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Theaters are open at 20-percent occupancy in Southeast Michigan. The following list includes movies available at local theaters, and movies that are available to watch through online streaming subscription services including: Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, Hulu, Vudu, FandangoNow, YouTube, Disney+, HBO Max and more.

New releases, at theaters

• “Come Play” (PG-13): Horror film starring Azhy Robertson as Oliver, a lonely young boy who seeks solace in his cell phone and tablet. When a mysterious creature uses Oliver’s devices to enter the world, Oliver’s parents (Gillian Jacobs and John Gallagher Jr.) fight to save their son. Available in theaters, Oct. 30.

• “The Kid Detective” (R): A down-and-out detective teams up with a teenager to solve the mysterious murder of her boyfriend. Starring Adam Brody and Sophie Nelisse.

• “2 Hearts” (PG-13): A story about two romances: a college student in love with a classmate, and a wealthy Cuban exile in love with a flight attendant. Starring Jacob Elordi, Tiera Skovbye and Adan Canto.

• “Infidel” (R): A desperate woman tries to save her husband after he’s kidnapped and put on trial for espionage in Iran. Starring Jim Caviezel, Claudia Karvan and Hal Ozsan.

• “Honest Thief” (PG-13): A professional bank robber agrees to return all the money he stole in exchange for a reduced sentence, but two FBI agents set him up for murder. Starring Liam Neeson, Kate Walsh, Jai Courtney, Anthony Ramos and Jeffrey Donovan.

• “The War with Grandpa” (PG): Comedy about a sixth-grader named Peter (Oakes Fegley) who is forced to give up his bedroom when his recently widowed grandfather Ed (Robert De Niro) moves in. Peter tries to drive out grandpa with elaborate pranks, but grandpa resists. Based on the award-winning book by Robert Kimmel Smith. Also starring Christopher Walken, Uma Thurman, Rob Riggle, Cheech Marin, Laura Marano and Jane Seymour.

• “Tenet” (PG-13): Action epic from the world of international espionage, directed by Christopher Nolan. It is a co-production between the United Kingdom and United States, filmed on location across seven countries. Starring John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Dimple Kapadia and Michael Caine.

• “Yellow Rose” (PG-13): A Filipina teen from a small Texas town decides whether to follow her dream as a country music singer. Eva Noblezada, Lea Salonga and Dale Watson.

Streaming movies, some also playing at theaters

• “The Witches” (PG): Remake of a 1990 movie based on Roald Dahl’s book of the same name about a young orphaned boy who goes to live with his loving grandma in Alabama. The boy and his grandmother encounter deceptively glamorous witches. Starring Anne Hathaway, Octavia Spencer, Stanley Tucci and Chris Rock. Available on HBO Max.

• “Spell” (R): While flying a plane to his father’s funeral in rural Appalachia, an intense storm causes Marquis to lose control of the plane carrying himself and his family. He awakens wounded, alone and trapped in the attic of Ms. Eloise, a Hoodoo practitioner, who claims she can nurse him back to health. Unable to call for help, Marquis tries to break free and save his family from a sinister ritual. Starring Omari Hardwick, Loretta Devine and Andre Jacobs. Available Oct. 30 on Fandango Now and Vudu.

• “Borat-Subsequent Movie Film” (R): Kazakh funnyman Borat is released from prison for bringing shame to his country, and then returns to America with his 15-year-old daughter. Starring Sacha Baron Cohen and Maria Bakalova. Available on Amazon Prime Video.

• “Rebecca” (PG-13): Psychological thriller based on Daphne du Maurier’s 1938 gothic novel about a newly married young woman who moves into her new husband ’s family estate, battling the shadow of his first wife, the elegant and urbane Rebecca. Starring Lily James, Armie Hammer and Kristin Scott Thomas. Available on Netflix.

• “The Trial of the Chicago 7” (R): What was intended to be a peaceful protest at the 1968 Democratic National Convention turned violent. The organizers of the protest were charged with conspiracy to incite a riot. Starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Sacha Baron Cohen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Michael Keaton. Available on Netflix. limited theaters.

• “The Broken Hearts Gallery” (PG-13): Lucy, a 20-something art gallery assistant living in New York City, saves a souvenir from each past relationship. Starring Dacre Montgomery, Geraldine Viswanathan and Phillipa Soo.

• “The New Mutants” (PG-13): Film based on the Marvel comic series about five young people who demonstrate special powers and are brought to a secret institution to undergo treatments they are told will cure them of the dangers of their powers. Starring Blu Hunt, Maisie Williams, Charlie Heaton, Henry Zaga, Anya Taylor-Joy and Alice Braga.

• “Unhinged” (R): Russell Crowe stars in this psychological thriller that takes road rage to a terrifying conclusion. Rachel (Caren Pistorius) is running late getting to work when she crosses paths with a stranger (Crowe) at a traffic light. Soon, Rachel finds herself and everyone she loves the target of a man who feels invisible and is looking to make one last mark upon the world by teaching her a series of deadly lessons.

• “Hubie Halloween” (PG-13): Family comedy film about Hubie Dubois, who thanklessly spends every Halloween making sure the residents of his hometown, Salem stay safe. But this year, an escaped criminal and a mysterious new neighbor have Hubie on high alert. Starring Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Julie Bowen, Ray Liotta and Rob Schneider. Available on Netflix.

• “Cut Throat City” (R): Action heist movie, set in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina devastation. Starring Demetrius Shipp Jr., Shameik Moore, Kat Graham, Eiza González and Wesley Snipes. Available for video rent or to buy.

• “The Glorias” (R): Biopic about Gloria Steinem, journalist, fighter, and feminist, based on Steinem’s own biographical book “My Life on the Road.” Starring Julianne Moore, Alicia Vikander, Bette Midler, Lulu Wilson and Ryan Keira Armstrong. Available on Amazon Prime Video.

• ”The Boys in the Band” (R): Based on Mart Crowley’s play about a group of gay men who meet for a birthday party in 1968 New York City. Starring Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer, Andrew Rannells and Charlie Carver. Available on Netflix.

• “Enola Holmes” (PG-13): Based on the book series by Nancy Springer, the film is set in England, 1884. Enola Holmes (Millie Bobby Brown) wakes on her 16th birthday, to find that her mother (Helena Bonham Carter) has disappeared, leaving behind an odd assortment of gifts. Placed under the care of her brothers Sherlock (Henry Cavill) and Mycroft (Sam Claflin), Enola escapes to search for her mother in London. Available on Netflix.

• “The Devil All the Time” (R): A young man is devoted to protecting his loved ones in a town full of corruption. Starring Tom Holland II, Bill Skarsgård and Riley Keough.

• “The Garden Left Behind”: A Mexican trans woman struggles to build a life for herself as an undocumented immigrant in New York City. Starring Michael Madsen, Ed Asner, Carlie Guevara and Danny Flaherty.

• “Antebellum” (R): Thriller about a successful author who finds herself trapped in a horrifying reality. Starring Janelle Monáe, Eric Lange and Jena Malone.

• “I am Woman” (NR): Story of Helen Reddy, a single mother from Australia who rose to fame with the song, “I Am Woman,” which became an anthem for the women’s movement in the 1970s. Starring Tilda Cobham-Hervey, Danielle MacDonald and Evan Peters.

• Mulan (PG-13): Live action remake of the 1999 animated Disney film of the same name about Hua Mulan, the eldest daughter of an honored warrior, who steps in to take the place of her ailing father, to serve in the Imperial Army. Starring Yifei Liu, Donnie Yen and Jason Scott Lee. Available on Disney+.

• “I’m Thinking of Ending Things” (R): Based on novel by Ian Reid, the film stars Jessie Buckley as a young woman who takes a road trip with her boyfriend (Jesse Plemons) to his family farm. Also starring Toni Collette and David Thewlis. Available on Netflix.

• “Bill and Ted Face the Music” (PG-13): Bill and Ted, now middle aged, set out on a new adventure when a visitor from the future warns them that “only their song can save life as we know it”. They are helped by their daughters and a few music legends. Starring Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter and Samara Weaving.

• Get Duked (R): Dean, Duncan and DJ Beatroot are teenage pals from Glasgow who embark on the character-building camping trip — based on a real-life program — known as the Duke of Edinburgh Award. Starring Samuel Bottomley, Rian Gordon and Lewis Gribben. Available on Amazon Prime Video.

• “The Personal History of David Copperfield” (PG): Comedy-drama, based on a Charles Dickens’ novel. Starring Dev Patel, Hugh Laurie and Tilda Swinton.

• “Benjamin” (NR): Comedy about a rising star filmmaker premiering his second film at the London Film Festival when his publicist introduces him to a French musician. Starring Colin Morgan, Anna Chancellor and Phénix Brossard.

• “The One and Only Ivan” (PG): Disney animated film based on a Newbery Medal-winning book about a gorilla named Ivan, who tries to piece together his past with the help of an elephant named Stella, starring Angelina Jolie, Sam Rockwell, Danny DeVito and Bryan Cranston. Available on Disney+.

• The Sleepover” (PG): Two siblings learn their mother is a highly trained former thief kidnapped for one last job, and only they can save her. Starring Sadie Stanley, Maxwell Simkins and Ken Marino. Available on Netflix.

• “She Dies Tomorrow” (R): A woman is convinced that she is going to die tomorrow, and her life begins to unravel. Her delusions become contagious to those around her. Starring Kate Lyn Sheil, Kentucker Audley and Chris Messina.

• “Words on Bathroom Walls” (PG-13): The story of Adam (Charlie Plummer), who appears to be a typical young adult with aspirations to become a chef. Expelled halfway through his senior year, Adam is diagnosed with a mental illness and sent to a Catholic academy, where he meets outspoken Maya (Taylor Russell).

• “Project Power” (R): A mysterious new pill on the streets of New Orleans unlocks superpowers unique to each user, but the effects are not known until after taking the pill. Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Dominique Fishback and Jamie Foxx. Available on Netflix.

• “The Burnt Orange Heresy” (R): Art critic, James Figueras (Claes Bang), has fallen from grace, and goes to work in Milan lecturing tourists about art history. He is contacted by wealthy art dealer Joseph Cassidy (Mick Jagger) who asks him to steal a painting from a reclusive artist, Jerome Debney (Donald Sutherland). Also starring Elizabeth Debicki.

• “The Empty Man” (R): On the trail of a missing girl, an ex-cop comes across a secretive group attempting to summon a supernatural entity. James Badge Dale, Joel Courtney and Stephen Root.

• “The Tax Collector” (NR): Two longtime “tax collectors” for a crime lord face difficulties when a rival crime lord returns to the area, set in Los Angeles. Starring Shia LaBeouf, Bobby Soto and George Lopez.

• “I Used to Go Here” (NR): An author becomes involved in the lives of a group of college students after being asked to speak at her alma mater. Starring Gillian Jacobs, Josh Wiggins and Jemaine Clement.

• “The Secret Garden” (PG): Based on the classic novel written by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Set in England, the film follows a young orphan girl who is sent to live with her uncle, where she discovers a magical garden on his estate. Starring Colin Firth, Julie Walters and Dixie Egerickx.

• “The Secret-Dare To Dream” (PG): Based on the best-selling book by Rhonda Byrne, about a young widow, Miranda (Katie Holmes), who is raising her three children and dating her boyfriend (Jerry O’Connell). A devastating storm brings an enormous challenge and a mysterious man, Bray (Josh Lucas), into Miranda’s life.

• “365 Days”: Don Massimo Torricelli (Michele Morrone) is a member of the Sicilian Mafia family and Laura (Anna‑Maria Sieklucka) is a sales director. While on a trip to Sicily trying to save her relationship, Massimo kidnaps her and gives her 365 days to fall in love with him. Available on Netflix.

• “The Rental” (R): Two couples take a weekend trip at an oceanside getaway rental house and start to suspect the host may be spying on them. Starring Alison Brie, Dan Stevens, Jeremy Allen White, and Sheila Vand. Horror film, directed by Dave Franco.

• “The Kissing Booth 2” (NR): After a romantic summer with her reformed bad-boy boyfriend Elle Evans (Joey King) heads back to high school for her senior year. Also starring Jacob Elordi, Joel Courtney and Taylor Zakhar Perez. Available on Netflix.

• “Greyhound”: (PG-13): Tom Hanks wrote the screenplay and stars in this World War II naval drama about an international convoy of 37 Allied ships, led by captain Ernest Krause (Hanks). Also starring Stephen Graham, Rob Morgan and Elisabeth Shue. Available on Apple TV+.

• “The Old Guard” (R): A group of immortal mercenaries, led by a warrior, Andy (Charlize Theron), have fought to protect the mortal world for centuries. When their extraordinary abilities are exposed, it’s up to Andy and Nile (Kiki Layne), the newest soldier to join their ranks, to protect their power. Based on the graphic novel by Greg Rucka. Available on Netflix.

• “Force of Nature” (R): A group of thieves plan a major heist during a hurricane. Starring Mel Gibson, Kate Bosworth, Emile Hirsch and David Zayas.

• “Hamilton” (PG-13): Broadway hit musical, live stage production recording, based on the story of Alexander Hamilton – politician, statesman and Founding Father. Starring Daveed Diggs, Jonathan Groff, Leslie Odom Jr., Lin‑Manuel Miranda and Anthony Ramos. Available on Disney Plus.

• “Miss Juneteenth”: A former beauty queen and single mom prepares her teenage daughter for the “Miss Juneteenth” pageant. Starring Nicole Beharie, Kendrick Sampson and Alexis Chikaeze.

• “You Should Have Left” (R): Psychological thriller based on a novel by Daniel Kehlmann. A successful middle-aged man (Kevin Bacon) and his much younger actress wife, (Amanda Seyfried) seek a restful vacation with their young daughter at a secluded countryside house, that has a dark past. Produced by Jason Blum.

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