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Netflix, 1 March

In his newest venture into dramatic roles, Adam Sandler transforms from The Sandman to The Spaceman, portraying an astronaut on the verge of losing his grip on reality during a six-month solo mission in space.

Amidst his descent into madness, he finds solace and guidance from an unexpected source: a colossal talking space spider, voiced by Paul Dano. Adapted from Jaroslav Kalfař’s 2017 novel ‘Spaceman of Bohemia,’ this film offers a unique exploration of isolation, mental resilience, and the surreal nature of space exploration.


The Regime
HBO and Max, 3 March 

Kate Winslet, known for her standout performance in ‘Mare of Easttown,’ is back on HBO with her fourth limited series, ‘The Regime.’

Written by Will Tracy, acclaimed for his work on’Succession’ and ‘The Menu,’ this series isn’t your typical drama – it’s infused with black comedy. Over six episodes, it takes viewers into the inner workings of a faltering authoritarian government in a contemporary, unnamed European setting, with Winslet stepping into the shoes of the country’s chancellor.

Alongside her, the series features Andrea Riseborough, Matthias Schoenaerts, Hugh Grant, and Martha Plimpton. Expect a blend of sharp wit, political intrigue, and stellar performances in this intriguing exploration of power dynamics.

The Completely Made-up Adventures of Dick Turpin
Apple TV+, 1 March

Apple’s latest British comedy offers a cheeky spin on the legendary tales of English outlaw Dick Turpin, a notorious highwayman from the early 18th century who unexpectedly finds himself at the helm of a band of misfits.

Noel Fielding takes on the role of Turpin, leading a stellar cast including Hugh Bonneville as his rival, the corrupt lawman Jonathan Wilde, alongside Tamsin Greig, Ellie White, Marc Wootton, Mark Heap, and Asim Chaudhry.


Three-Inch Teeth
C.J. Box

In C.J. Box’s latest Joe Pickett novel, suspense, wilderness, and family ties take center stage as Wyoming game warden Joe faces dual threats: a rogue grizzly bear and a vengeful ex-convict, Dallas Cates.

The bear’s rampage claims lives, including a suitor to Joe’s daughter, while Cates, with a list of targets tattooed on his skin, seeks revenge against those he blames for his family’s demise.

Using the chaos of the bear attacks as cover, Cates methodically hunts down his enemies, with Joe and his ally Nate Romanowski squarely in his sights. As Joe races to protect his loved ones and thwart Cates’ deadly plans, the stakes couldn’t be higher in this riveting tale of survival and justice in the wilds of Wyoming.


Formed in Leeds in 2000, Kaiser Chiefs have emerged as one of the prominent bands of their era, led by the dynamic Ricky Wilson and featuring Simon Rix, Andrew ‘Whitey’ White, Nick ‘Peanut’ Baines, and drummer Vijay Mistry. With a repertoire boasting anthemic hits like ‘Oh My God’, ‘I Predict A Riot’, and ‘Ruby’, they’ve garnered widespread acclaim.

Their forthcoming eighth album, ‘Kaiser Chiefs’ Easy Eighth Album’ features the hit single ‘How 2 Dance’. This album promises a fresh sonic exploration while staying true to the band’s signature sound. With three Brit Awards and millions of albums sold, Kaiser Chiefs continue to captivate audiences with their infectious energy and musical innovation.

Author: Charlotte Wright & Weslee Dizon

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