Zombies 3 And 4 Other New Trending Movies You Need To Watch This Weekend

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This weekend, Netflix will adapt Jane Austen’s romance novel Persuasion, and Disney+ will present the third Zombies franchise original movie.

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Netflix’s “Persuasion”

The same-named movie based on the Jane Austen novel will have its world premiere on Friday and stars Dakota Johnson (Fifty Shades). Johnson will portray Anne Elliot, “an unconventional woman with modern sensibilities,” who is torn between a former love and Frederick Wentworth, a dashing new suitor (Cosmo Jarvis). Henry Golding, Richard E. Grant, and Nikki Amuka-Bird are among the co-stars.

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Disney+’s “Zombies 3”

The third Zombies movie on Disney+, which debuts on Friday, stars 21-year-old Milo Manheim as the zombie Zed. According to Manheim, the three movies “include conflict because that fosters discourse.” By the third movie, Zed has found acceptance with cheerleader Addison (Meg Donnelly), and humans, zombies, and werewolves are getting along. However, when aliens invade Seabrook, things are once again upended.

Freevee’s “Love Accidentally”

Friday marks the world debut of the romantic comedy movie about a phone-only relationship following an upsetting breakup. Alexa, played by Brenda Song (Dollface), falls in love with Jason (Aaron O’Connell) while she should be competing with him for a job at an advertising agency. In the movie, Denise Richards also plays the person conducting their employment interview.

Video on Demand: “She Will”

The IFC Films mystery drama about an old movie diva (Alice Krige) who retreats to the Scottish countryside finds forces of vengeance from a place where witches were burned premieres on Friday. Malcolm McDowell and Rupert Everett are included as co-stars.

HBO’s “The Rehearsal”

The debut of Nathan Fielder’s new program, which aims to help viewers get ready for life’s uncertainties, is this Friday. The six-episode program will simulate real-world experiences for regular individuals. Fielder is making his first appearance on television since he directed two episodes of Sacha Baron Cohen’s political satire Who Is America?