I spend an exorbitant amount of time looking for upcoming releases in both books and movies. I’ve been wanting to create a new weekly post for Natflix&Books for awhile and decided this would be the perfect post for my movie and book blog. On Tuesdays I’ll be featuring not just what is being released into the world of books each week, but also the movies you can look forward to on both DVD and in the theater. (Although, to be fair, I’m going to focus on the releases that I’m personally looking forward to.) So without further ado, here’s what I’m excited for this week.
Man, it feels like we’ve been waiting for this book for forever. I absolutely adored Hyperbole and a Half and am super excited to get my hands on this one. If you haven’t read her first book (both it and this one are illustrated memoirs), it is so worth picking up.
Years after their mother’s disappearance, two sisters get drawn back into the mystery through her last screenplay.
A collection of vampire stories by some pretty big names like V.E. Schwab and Julie Murphy (that cover is truly hideous, though).
A junior in high school decides not to let her insecurities get the best of her. This cover is so cute.
A woman is gone, but is she really missing? That is the question in this cat and mouse thriller between two women.
A beautiful and deadly assassin finds herself fighting for her own life. (This has been done A LOT, but Jessica Chastain usually makes pretty good choices.)
The younger sister (Millie Bobby Brown) of Sherlock Holmes (played by Henry Cavill) is a great detective in her own right. This looks so cute. (Movie/Netflix/9.23)
“A group of young adults, who meet online, get a hold of a cult underground graphic novel, which not only pins them as a target of a shadowy deep state organization, but also burdens them with the dangerous task of saving the world.” This was created by Gillian Flynn (writer of Gone Girl) who can do pretty no wrong in my eyes. (Series/Prime/9.25)
That’s what I’m excited for this week. Are you looking forward to any of these books, films, or shows?