Stream now: Marvel and DC superheroes compete for your screen

With so many different streaming services, the range is overwhelming. In our weekly streaming tips, we recommend the latest movies, series and more. Week 2 (2022) Movie Tips: The Eternals and Batwoman.

Week 2 movie tips (2022): The Eternals and Batwoman

1. The Eternals (Disney Plus)

It’s time for a new group of superheroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The Eternals are alien heroes with unique superpowers, sent to Earth to protect humanity from the Deviants.

After thousands of years in hiding, it is now time for these heroes to reunite. The earth needs to be protected. Starring Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek, Richard Madden and Kumail Nanjiani.



For free

via Google Play

2. Batwoman (Videoland)

The Arrowverse is a universe of DC superhero television series, including Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, and The Legends of Tomorrow. You can find all those series on Netflix, but the newer series Batwoman is now on Videoland.

Batwoman introduces you to a Gotham left behind by Batman. Now it’s up to Batwoman to keep the streets safe. With a completely new version of this famous character in the second season.

Video country

RTL Nederland BV

For free

via Google Play

3. Cobra Kai Season 4 (Netflix)

Who would have ever thought that a series based on Karate Kid would turn out this good? Netflix is ​​now ready for the fourth season of Cobra Kai. The rivals from the movies, Daniel and Johnny, must now team up to win the All Valley Karate Tournament.


Netflix, Inc.

For free

via Google Play

4. RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 14 (WOW Presents Plus)

The fourteenth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race has started on streaming service Wow Presents Plus. In this show, drag queens compete against each other in a variety of challenges to see who can dance, sing, sew and act the best. With more twists than ever this season. And in the first episode none more than Lizzo as guest jury.

WOW Presents Plus

World of Wonder Productions, Inc

For free

via Google Play

5. Pig (Google)

Nicholas Cage makes two styles of films these days: good art house films in which he shows that he can really act, or very stupid productions that he simply has a lot of fun with. Pig falls into the first category. Cage plays a secluded truffle hunter whose beloved pig is kidnapped. The film is for sale via Google for 8.99 euros and you can rent it for 3.99 euros.

Google TV

Google LLC

For free

via Google Play

Trailer of the week: Moonfall

Source: Android Planet

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