dear evan hansen
Starts September 24th
A big screen adaptation of the smash hit Broadway musical, about a teenager named Evan Hansen (Ben Platt) who has a severe anxiety disorder that gets in the way of his connecting with other people.
At high school, he's an outcast who can't even get anyone to sign his cast when he breaks his arm. His therapist asks Evan to write a positive letter each day addressed to himself. Just as Evan prints out his letter at school, he bumps into another student, Connor Murphy (Colton Ryan), whom Evan sees as cool. Connor signs his name across Evan's cast, but then he spots Evan's letter on the printer and takes it.
When Evan learns the next day that Connor committed suicide, he realizes he didn't know Connor at all. The entire school begins to elevate Connor's status, saying they were his best friends, when in fact, Connor was an outcast who had no friends. However, Connor's parents find Evan's letter and assume Connor wrote it, and because it's addressed to Evan, they mistake Evan as his best friend. Evan doesn't deny it, because now he has status in his school as Connor's friend and his crush, Connor's sister Zoe (Kaitlyn Dever), even begins talking to him.
addams family 2
Starts October 1st
In the sequel to 2019's The Addams Family, the Addams get tangled up in wacky adventures and find themselves involved in hilarious run-ins with all sorts of unsuspecting characters.
When Wednesday (Chloë Grace Moretz) expresses that she doesn't fit in with the rest of the family, her father Gomez (Oscar Isaac) decides to take the family on a road trip. The vacation finds them experiencing the wondrous sights of Niagara Falls and the Grand Canyon. However, hot on their heels is a mysterious man looking to expose the dangers this family poses.
no time to die
Starts October 8th
James Bond (Daniel Craig) has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) from the CIA turns up asking for help, and M (Ralph Fiennes) also looks to bring 007 back for a new mission. When Bond encounters a new 00 named Nomi (Lashana Lynch), who has replaced him as the top agent, he learns she isn't impressed by his past achievements.
The mission, which is to rescue a kidnapped scientist, turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain named Safin (Rami Malek), who is armed with dangerous new technology
Presenting Great Movies Since 1926 And Here At The Norwood Since 1949
A fourth generation family run theatre serving Muskoka for over 90 years. Presenting first run movies in a vintage building. Contemporary visual, sound and seating in climate controlled comfort. Open year round. For 24 hour movie info call 705-645-2333 or visit us at norwoodtheatre.com
Gina Mitchell and Brian Mitchell Purchase The Norwood
Gina Mitchell and her husband Brian Mitchell purchased The Norwood in 2002. With their purchase the name is now in its fourth generation of family business.
The Norwood is recognized as a first run opening movie exhibitor by all major studios. The Norwood has been chosen by various studios for advance screenings of movies such as Hairspray, The Incredible Hulk and Magic Mike bringing to Muskoka their top international executives along with invited industry guests.
In April 2012 The Norwood began the transition of converting 35mm film equipment to Christie digital cinema projectors. The units chosen feature Academy Award winning DLP Cinema® technology. In addition we have been intergrading Dolby CP750 Digital Cinema Processors with Dolby Digital 7.1, Dolby Digital Surround EX™, Dolby Pro Logic®, and Dolby Pro Logic II decoding to deliver the best in surround sound.
For over 65 years The Norwood continues to welcome our own communities, our seasonal cottagers who come home to Muskoka from near and afar. Our patrons as well have been coming here for generations to share in the history of a family tradition.