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The five most relevant entertainment news of this week

This time we arrive perhaps with happier news in our weekly summary.

Still from the 'Hubie Halloween' trailer, Cardi B and 'Troubled Blood' book cover

These are the most relevant entertainment news of this week. / Photos: YT / Netlfix, IG / iamcardib, TW / RGalbraith

LatinamericanPost| Juliana Rodriguez Pabón

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It's already Friday and our weekly summary is here with the five most important news from the world of entertainment this week so that you start the weekend updated and know what to talk with who you see. This time there are happier and more entertaining news than last week, so we hope you enjoy it.

 

1. Hubie Halloween trailer for Netflix

The comedy starring Adam Sandler that Netflix is preparing looks, indeed, somewhat chilling. This week they released a trailer, which is an appetizer of the tone that we will see in this horror comedy. It premieres Oct. 7 on the streaming platform and is about Hubie Dubois, "the town maniac" from Salem, whose favorite holiday is Halloween. As October 31 approaches and everyone makes fun of him, mysterious events begin to happen in the town and only Hubie will be aware that something must be done. Another nostalgic Halloween movie with the Netfllx stamp.

 

2. Cardi B finally begins divorce paperwork with Offset

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Without a doubt, one of the most popular celebrity news of this week. This Tuesday, September 15, the singer and rapper Cardi B filed in a court in the city of Atlanta the papers to make official her divorce from the rapper Offset, who belongs to the group Migos. The couple has already gone through several ups and downs, because the scandal of Offset's infidelity was famous. They had been seen together as a couple of times since then, but now they will undoubtedly be officially divorced.

 

3. Trailer for the second season of The Mandalorian

Another trailer that premiered this week and that thrilled its fans was that of the second season of The Mandalorian, the Star Wars series produced by Disney. In the preview we can see that these new chapters will be about the adventures of Mando and Baby Yoda, one of the most touching characters in the franchise and one of Disney's contributions to this twisted plot that is the Star Wars saga. The second season will be available on the Disney + catalog, Disney's streaming platform, starting on October 30 of this year.

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4. Good Joe Bell opens in Toronto

The TIFF, Toronto International Film Festival, is currently taking place. This Monday, Good Joe Bell was released, the new movie starring Mark Wahlberg, whom we usually see in tough man characters in the middle of action movies and who we will see this time as a sensitive man who fights toxic masculinity. This film, produced by the creators of Secret of the Mountain, portrays Joe's journey through rural America in a campaign against homophobia that draws on his son's personal experience . It received good reviews and explores another side of manhood, one that shows emotions and vulnerability.

 

5. New novel by JK Rowling

This week the new novel by the most widely read woman in the world was published. This is Troubled Blood, a psychological thriller that is part of the series of detective novels that the author of Harry Potter publishes under her male pseudonym Robert Galbraith. The novel has been heavily criticized and defended for one of its subplots in which there are unsolved cases of murders of women allegedly perpetrated by a transvestite man. Many trans activists have interpreted this as a transphobic lesson that a man in a skirt should not be trusted. Others, on the other hand, have read it as more inclusion of trans characters in the author's novels.

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