7 must-watch November movies streaming right now


Superheroes, family films, twisty thrillers, and highly anticipated sequels are coming up for the winter season. This year’s Halloween, along with the rush of new horror movies that usually follow, has passed. However, there are still many interesting big-screen releases that can make your November memorable.

The sequel to Ryan Coogler’s ground-breaking MCU entry from 2018 is perhaps the most eagerly awaited; titled Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, it will honor Chadwick Boseman after the T’Challa star tragically passed away in 2020.

Later in the month, Jake Gyllenhaal and Dennis Quaid will voice characters in the brand-new Disney animated film Strange World, which follows a renowned family of explorers as they set out on their most important mission yet.

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Enola Holmes 2

Release date: Friday 4th November, Netflix

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In this follow-up to the popular 2020 movie based on the novels by Nancy Springer, Millie Bobby Brown is once again seen as Sherlock’s detective sister.

This time, she has established her own detective business. Her first case involves a missing girl, which she quickly realizes is related to another investigation her well-known brother, played by Henry Cavill, is working on.


My Policeman

Release date: Friday, 4th November, on Amazon Prime

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Tom, a gay police officer in 1950s Britain, married to Marion (Emma Corrin) but secretly has feelings for Patrick, is played by Harry Styles (David Dawson). The trio discovers that there could be a chance to undo the harm caused by the past when they unexpectedly come together again decades later. Michael Grandage adapted this novel by Bethan Roberts.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Release date: Friday 11th November in cinemas

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Has a Marvel film ever failed to top the charts in the month it was released? Even yet, Wakanda Forever’s release is more significant than the average Marvel Cinematic Universe entry because it deals with Chadwick Boseman’s passing and concludes Phase 4. In the trailer, we see a peek at a new Black Panther. What role will Tenoch Huerta’s Namor have going forward in the MCU? The movie has enormous box office projections, so we’ll probably all know by opening weekend.

The Wonder

Release date: Wednesday, 16th November, on Netflix

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Oscar nominee Florence Pugh plays a 19th-century English nurse dispatched to examine a religious miracle in the Irish countryside in The Wonder, which is based on Emma Donoghue’s 2016 novel of the same name.

Along with Alice Birch (Lady Macbeth) and Sebastián Lelio (A Fantastic Woman), who also co-wrote the script for the 2015 thriller of the same name, Donoghue co-wrote this intriguing story.

Strange World

Release date: Wednesday 23rd November in cinemas

The Clades, an adventurous family of explorers, find themselves on an incredible journey in Avalonia’s undiscovered and dangerous continent in the newest animated picture from the House of Mouse.


It features a star-studded voice cast, including Jake Gyllenhaal, Gabrielle Union, and Dennis Quaid, and was inspired by adventure stories from older times.

The Fabelmans

Release date: Wednesday 23rd November in cinemas

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With this semi-autobiographical coming-of-age tale of a young kid discovering his passion for filmmaking while caught between his realist father (Paul Dano) and his dream-chasing mother, Steven Spielberg creates his most intimate movie to date.

The Fabelmans earned the People’s Choice Award for its Toronto International Film Festival debut.

Bones and All

Release date: Friday 25th November in cinemas

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Timothée Chalamet and Italian filmmaker Luca Guadagnino previously collaborated on the Oscar-nominated film Call Me By Your Name; they are now working together again on this cannibal love story based on Camille DeAngelis’ novel of the same name.

In this gritty coming-of-age romance, Chalamet and Taylor Russell play a pair of young lovers traveling together and craving human flesh.

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