November will bring many exciting movies from a variety genres. These include a movie about Princess Diana, Disney’s latest animated feature, an adaptation of a musical and a biographical drama featuring Lady Gaga. Theaters around the globe are open again and the pandemic of coronavirus isn’t over, but they have restored a sense normalcy. Studios can release movies that they have delayed, and some will be released simultaneously on streaming services.
Some big movies were delayed in October due to the pandemic. Venom: Let There Be Carnage and No Time To Die were among those that were delayed. Others were allowed simultaneous streaming on the internet, such as Dune and The Many Saints of Newark, which both appeared on HBO Max. Halloween month saw some horror movies released in October, including Halloween Kills and Lamb, Last Night in Soho and Antlers.
November will bring more movies to theaters. They will also be from a variety genres and for all ages. This list includes every movie that will be in theaters on November 2021.
Eternals – November 5
Eternals is the latest entry to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Eternals, directed by Chloe Zhao is set after Avengers: Endgame. It follows the title team, an immortal alien race created in the Celestials who secretly have lived on Earth for hundreds of years. The Deviants will arrive and the Eternals will need to unite once more to save the world from their evil counterparts. Gemma Chan stars as Sersi, Richard Madden plays Ikaris, Kumail Nanjiani plays Kingo, Lia McHugh is Sprite, Brian Tyree Henry portrays Phastos and Lauren Ridloff portrays Makkari. Barry Keoghan portrays Druig, Don Lee portrays Gilgamesh, Salma Hayek portrays Ajak, Angelina Jolie portrays Thena.
One Shot – November 5
James Nunn directed One Shot, an action movie. The movie follows a Navy SEAL elite team on a covert mission. They are trying to rescue a prisoner from a CIA island prison. They are forced to flee the same prisoner when they are attacked by insurgents. One Shot stars Scott Adkins and Ashley Greene as well as Ryan Phillippe, Dino Kelly, Emmanuel Omani and Jack Parr.
Spencer – November 5
Spencer is a biographical psychological drama written and directed by Steven Knight. It is the story of Diana, Princess Of Wales (Kristen Stewart), which after hearing rumors about affairs and other problems within British royal families, decides to end her marriage with Prince Charles (Jack Farthing). Sally Hawkins, Timothy Spall and Sean Harris are also stars.
The Beta Test – November 5
Jim Cummings and PJ Mccabe directed The Beta Test, a horror thriller. The story follows Jordan Cummings, a married Hollywood agent, who receives a mysterious note for an anonymous sexual encounter. He becomes embroiled in a web of lies, infidelity and digital data. Starring are Virginia Newcomb and Jessie Batt as well as PJ McCabe and Kevin Changaris.
Ida Red – November 5
John Swab directed and wrote Ida Red, a crime drama. It tells the story Ida “Red” Walker’s (Melissa Leo) struggle to survive a terminal illness after being incarcerated for armed theft. Ida is desperate and turns to Wyatt Hartnett (Josh Hartnett) for one last job. Ida Red also stars Frank Grillo and Sofia Hublitz as well as Mark Boone Junior and Deborah Ann Woll.
- Clifford the Big Red Dog – November 10
Clifford, the Big Red Dog is a family-oriented movie that will be released in November. It’s based on Norman Bridwell’s children’s book series. Emily Elizabeth (Darby) is a middle schooler who struggles to fit in at school and home. One day she finds a tiny, red puppy donated by a magical animal rescuer. Clifford, the puppy she named, becomes her best friend. He also turns out to be a giant red dog that attracts the attention a genetics company who wants to increase animal size. Emily Elizabeth teams up with Jack Whitehall, her uncle, to defeat the forces of greed. Clifford also affects the lives and loves of all those who are around him. Paramount+ will release Clifford the Big Red Dog simultaneously.
Belfast – November 12
Kenneth Branagh directed and wrote Belfast, a comedy-drama about a coming-of age in black-and-white. This semi-autobiographical story chronicles the life of a working-class family and their young son’s childhood during The Troubles (an ethnonationalist conflict) in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in the late 1960s. Jude Hill, Caitriona balfe, Jamie Dornan and Judi Dench star.
Tick, Tick… Boom! – November 12
Tick, tick… Boom! is a musical drama based on the semi-autobiographical musical of the same name by Jonathan Larson and directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda in his feature directorial debut. Boom! is the story about a struggling theatre composer. He experiences a quarter-life crisis and struggles to reach his goals. Alexandra Shipp and Robin de Jesus star. Also starring: Judith Lights, Vanessa Hudgens, Bradley Whitford, and Joshua Henry. Tick, Tick… Boom! will be released on November 12. On November 19, Tick, Tick… Boom! will be streamable on Netflix.
The Power Of The Dog – November 17
Jane Campion directed The Power of the Dog, a western drama that is based on the 1967 novel of the name Thomas Savage. The Power of the Dog is about Phil Burbank (Benedict Cumberbatch), who is a charismatic rancher who incites fear and awe among those around him. His brother George (Jesse Plemons), brings home a new wife with a son. Phil tortures them until he discovers the possibility of love. Kristen Dunst and Thomasin McKenzie star, as well as Genevieve Lemon and Kodi McPhee.
Ghostbusters: Afterlife – November 19
Ghostbusters: Afterlife is Jason Reitman’s sequel to Ivan Reitman’s Ghostbusters (1984), and Ghostbusters II (89). Ghostbusters: Afterlife is set 30 years after the events in the first movie. It follows Callie, a single mother, and her children Trevor and Phoebe (Finn Wolfhard), who, after being expelled from their home, relocate to a farm that Callie’s father, Harold Ramis’ Egon Spengler, located in Summerville. Trevor and Phoebe learn that their family is connected to Ghostbusters and they decide to carry on their legacy. They use some old Ghostbusters equipment and Mr. Grooberson, a local seismologist, to take care of Summerville after it experiences an unanswered series of earthquakes. Ghostbusters: Afterlife will include the presence of the original Ghostbusters team members.
King Richard – November 19
King Richard is a biographical drama written and directed by Reinaldo Marc Green. King Richard is based on a true story and follows Richard Williams’ (Will Smith) journey to become a father who was able to raise two extraordinary tennis players: Venus (Saniya Sidney), and Serena Williams (Demi Soloton). Richard is driven by a clear vision for their future and uses unconventional methods to bring his daughters from Compton, California to the global stage as legend icons. HBO Max will simultaneously release King Richard.
C’mon C’mon – November 19
Mike Mills directed C’mon C’mon, a black-and-white drama movie. It is the story of Johnny (Joaquin Phoenix), who leaves radio to care for his nephew Jesse (Woody Norman), and forms an unexpected bond with him on a cross-country journey. Starring are Gaby Hoffmann and Scoot McNairy as well as Molly Webster and Jaboukie Young White.
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City – November 24
Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City is a survival horror film written and directed by Johannes Roberts. It was adapted from the stories in the first and second Capcom games and serves as a reboot of the Resident Evil franchise. Raccoon City was once home to Umbrella Corp, a pharmaceutical giant. The city was left a desolate, dying place by Umbrella Corp’s exodus. A group of survivors must come together to discover the truth about Umbrella and survive the night. Kaya Scodelario and Hannah John-Kamen star.
Encanto – November 24
Disney’s latest animated movie, Encanto, is computer-animated. Encanto is a movie that was directed by Jared Bush and Byron Howard. It’s set in Colombia and tells the story about a family known as the Madrigals who live in enchanted mountains town. Each child in the magical home has been given a special ability, such as strength or healing. Mirabel (Stephanie Beatriz), an ordinary Madrigal discovers that magic is in danger and may be the only one who can save it.
House Of Gucci – November 24
House of Gucci, a biographical movie about crime, is directed by Ridley Scott. It is based on Sara Gay Forden’s 2001 book The House of Gucci. House of Gucci is set in 1995 and tells the story of the murder of Maurizio Gucci by Adam Driver (an Italian businessman and head of Gucci’s fashion house). It was also the story of his ex-wife Patrizia (Lady Gaga). Jared Leto and Jeremy Irons star, as well as Salma Hayek and Jack Huston.
The Unforgivable November 24
The Unforgivable, a drama movie, is directed by Nora Fingscheidt. Written by Peter Craig, Hillary Seitz and Courtenay Mills, it’s based on the 2009 British miniseries Unforgiven. The Unforgivable is the story of Ruth Slater (Sandra Bullock), who is released after she has been sentenced for a violent offense and returns to a society that won’t forgive her. Viola Davis and Jon Bernthal star as well as Kinda Emond, Richard Thomas, Richard Thomas, Viola Davis, Viola Davis and Jon Bernthal. The Unforgivable will be released in a limited edition on November 24, before being streamed on Netflix on December 10.