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This Month in A&E: February



“A Nashville Wish Movie,” Directed by Demetrius Navarro, February 2 VOD / Digital

The most beautiful cheerleader is dating a talented younger country singer in high school. He dreams of nothing but going to Nashville to become a music star. His music career ends up taking off at the same time as their relationship, so he has to choose between the girl of his dreams and his love of music.


“Ghostwritten,” Directed by Thomas Matthews, February 9 VOD / Digital

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Writer Guy Laury (Jay Duplass) clings to the reputation of his one-hit novel. On a reclusive island, he accepts a winter residency whose few residents seem friendly at first. There is a discovery of a lost manuscript and its possible ties to a local murder case. There are questions though involving the intentions of everyone around them.


“Lisa Frankenstein Movie,” Directed by Zelda Williams, February 9 in theaters

A misunderstood teenager and her high school crush who happens to be a handsome corpse bring a coming of RAGE story to the table. The two end up embarking on a murderous journey to find love and happiness, as well as a few missing body parts along the way.


“Bob Marley: One Love Movie,” Directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green, February

14 in theater

Bob Marley has a powerful story of his journey behind his revolutionary music and overcoming adversity. His message of love and unity towards others has inspired many generations.

“Avatar: The Last Airbender (series) Movie”, Directed by Albert Kim, February 22 on Netflix

Aang is the “Avatar” who is the only one capable of bending all the elements such as water, earth, fire, or air. Aang is destined to bring peace to the world from the Fire Nation. Aang sets out to master the new elements while being pursued by the exiled Fire Nation prince Zuko, with his companions Katara and Sokka.


“A Bloody Lucky Day,” Directed by Pil Gam-Seong, February 1 on Paramount Plus

A taxi driver accepts an offer to drive an enigmatic passenger. It turns out the driver reveals himself as a serial killer. He confesses to past atrocities and commits new murders along the highway. The passenger, Taek is forced to engage in a psychological battle to ensure his luck.

“The Marvels,” Directed by Nia DaCosta, February 7 on Disney Plus

Brie Larson reprises her role as Carol Danvers (Captain Marvel). Danvers is forced into a wormhole linked to a Kree revolutionary due to unforeseen consequences. Her powers are intertwined with Iman Vellani’s Jersey City super-fan Kamala Khan (Ms. Marvel) and Carol’s niece, S.A.B.E.R. astronaut Captain Monica Rambeau (Tenoyah Paris).

“Impractical Jokers,” February 8 on truTV

Four longtime friends take dares to another level with challenges and punishments. Sal, Q, and Murr face unbelievably awkward tasks to avoid punishment at the end of every episode.

“Lil Jon Wants To Do What?” February 12 on HGTV

Lil Jon teams up with interior designer Anitra Mecadon to push homeowners outside of their comfort zones with amazing room transformations that are more than they dream.


“Usher – “Coming Home” dropping February 11

Usher’s new album will drop the same day as his Super Bowl performance. This release marks the R&B icon’s first new album since 2016

“Jennifer Lopez – “This is Me…Now” dropping February 16

Jennifer Lopez is dropping her eighth album. This is the follow-up to her Marry Me album with Maluma in 2022


Madonna – The Celebration Tour PPG Paints Arena February 5

Madonna will be returning to the city of Pittsburgh for her twelfth concert tour, and she is anticipating 79 shows in North America and Europe

Drake and J. Cole – It’s All A Blur Tour PPG Paints Arena February 16-17

Drake and J. Cole will be performing in front of Pittsburgh fans. This tour saw Drake play 50 sold-out shows across North America throughout the summer and fall.

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