We’re on the lookout for Fall Out Boy’s latest album and Marc Foster’s ‘All I See Is You’ starring Blake Lively and Jason Clarke.
These are our September picks for new media: music, movies, books and games.
Something Like Happy
On shelves Sept. 5
Eva Woods’ Something Like Happy celebrates the importance of living each day to the fullest. Told by two women at different parts of their lives, one of whom has been given three months to live, this emotion-filled book will pull on your heartstrings.
All I See Is You
In theaters Sept. 15
Marc Forster (World War Z) goes down the path of psychological thriller with his latest film, in which a husband (Jason Clarke) feels insecure in his marriage when his blind wife (Blake Lively) becomes capable of seeing and no longer fits the role of submissive housewife.
M A N I A
Download Sept. 15
The style of Fall Out Boy’s MANIA differs from that of their 2015 album, American Beauty/American Psycho. Electronic dance music and progressive influences are found in the already released single “Young and Menace,” and Pete Wentz tells Rock Sound that the new path for the song allowed the band to be free.
Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite
Play Sept. 19
This upcoming video game merges fighting with Marvel comic characters and Capcom universes. The sixth in the series, this game differs by featuring two-on-two fights as opposed to the three-on-three format in the tag-team system where players can switch off between characters during the game. Available for PS4, Xbox One and PC.