Freaky – In Theaters on Nov. 13 and On Demand Dec. 4
Taking the “Freaky Friday” concept with a horror twist, “Freaky” follows teenage loser Millie Kessler, played by Kathryn Newton, who becomes the target of the Blissfield Butcher, played by Vince Vaughn. However, he instead of killing Millie, the Butcher ends up switching places with her causing Millie to quickly find a way to reverse this curse before she is stuck in the wanted serial killer’s body.
Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey – On Netflix Nov. 13
Toymaker Jeronicus Jangle, played by Forrest Whittaker, is in danger of losing his toy shop if he can’t make the revolutionary toy he has always promised by Christmas. His granddaughter, played by Madalen Mills, soon discovers a toy good enough to save Jangle’s toy shop but must also keep it out of the hands of her grandfather’s former partner, played by Keegan Michael-Key.
Soul – In Theaters Nov. 20
Middle school music teacher and Jazz musician Joe Gardner, played by Jamie Foxx, is finally given the chance to perform as the opening act at The Half Note Club. However, an accident causes Joe to be separated from his body and be sent to The Great Before. With the help of a soul named 22, played by Tina Fey, Joe will fight to get back to his body before it is too late.
Sound of Metal – In Theaters Nov. 20 and On Amazon Prime Video Dec. 4
Recovering addict and drummer Ruben, played by Riz Ahmed, begins to spiral as he discovers that he is slowly becoming deaf. With the help of his sponsor and his girlfriend Lou, played by Olivia Cooke, Ruben moves into a deaf community where he learns to come to terms with his situation.
The Croods 2: A New Age – In Theaters Nov. 25
After leaving from their cave, Eep, voiced by Emma Stone, and her family discover a family of more evolved humans called the Bettermans, voiced by Peter Dinklage and Leslie Mann. Eep soon bonds with their daughter Dawn, voiced by Kellie Marie Tran, but trouble arises when they go beyond the Bettermans’ wall and find out what else is out in the world.