Top 10 Things to Read, Watch & Listen to from February 12th-February 18th

Welcome to the week of Valentine’s, everyone! Do you have a special valentine that you want to spend some time with, but don’t know how to entertain them? Look no further, as YEM has compiled a list of what’s to come on this week!

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania – 2/17

Fans of Marvel, wait no further! The release of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is set for release on February 17th of this week. For those who need a refresher, here’s a brief synopsis. Scott and Hope, alongside Hank and Janet, explore a whole new world called the Quantum Realm. The world consists of strange creatures, and the group finds themselves embarking on an adventure that goes beyond the limits of what they’ve originally known. The film is set to premiere on Disney+ on February 17th, so keep an eye out for the date!

Hello Tomorrow! – 2/17

For those who have a love for a retro-like world with futuristic anomalies, here’s a series that’ll knock your socks off. Hello Tomorrow! stars Billy Crudup as Jack Billings, a salesman who leads other sales associates by revitalizing their customers’ lives by hawking timeshares on the moon. Be sure to catch the show on Apple+ on February 17th, but if you’re in need of the show now, we do have exclusive interviews with Nicholas Podany, who will be on the show, that we did a while back!

P!nk – TRUSTFALL – 2/17

P!nk is back with her latest album TRUSTFALL, set to release on February 17th. The album will contain song titles such as the namesake TRUSTFALLNever Gonna Not Dance Again, and a few, unreleased songs that will come out on the album’s release. Be sure to keep an eye out for the album’s release!

The Last City by H.J. Nelson – 2/14

Written by H.J. Nelson, the same author who had written The Last She, returns with the sequel titled The Last City. The series return, with The Last She being acclaimed by Goodreads as the Most Anticipated Young Adult Novel of December 2021, so many fans are anticipating the sequel’s release. Be sure to check the book out for its release on February 14th on Barnes & Noble, and keep your eyes peeled, for as the book’s synopsis states, “The first rule of living through the apocalypse. Trust no one.”

Heart of a Champion – 2/17

If you’re a fan of horses, here’s a nice film to immerse yourself in. Heart of a Champion tells the story of a young girl whose parents had recently divorced, she entered a whole new school, and she’s going through the same pains every teenager experiences growing up. But upon meeting a lost horse, this young girl gets involved with a whole new purpose: entering a barrel competition and getting into a dispute about who owns the lost horse. Many people are excited about this film, so be sure to watch the film on February 17th.

Niall Horan – Heaven – 2/17

For those who like Niall Horan, his latest song Heaven will be set to release on February 17thFor those who need a refresher, Niall Horan is an Irish singer-songwriter, musician, and the founder of Modest! Golf Management company. You might have seen him before on The X Factor at least 16 years ago, or perhaps through his collaboration with the band, One Direction. You might know him better through his single, Slow Hands. For those who appreciate his music, make sure to mark your calendars for the song’s release.

Marvel’s Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur: Episode 3 – 2/18

Fans of animation, here’s a show that’ll get you excited. While it was originally a February 15th release, the show was released much earlier on February 10th. The story stars 13-year-old Lunella who accidentally managed to bring a T-Rex into modern New York City via a time vortex, and the two work together to protect the Lower East Side of New York City together. This show is steadily releasing new episodes as it goes, and its third episode will be released on February 18th.

Caroline Polachek – Desire, I Want To Turn Into You – 2/14

Fans of Caroline Polachek, we have some excellent news for you. Caroline’s album Desire, I Want To Turn Into You, is set to release on Valentine’s Day! This album will contain a list of her hit songs, such as Bunny Is a RiderBillions, and a few unreleased songs that will come out. According to Caroline when asked about her songwriting of this album, some of the pieces in this album were experiments with no verses or courses, it was all written with the flow. She has also commented that some of the other songs were about spiraling upward, describing it as a moment when you’re turning into something else. Be sure to catch the release of this album on February 14th!

The Last Laugh by Mindy McGinnis – 2/14

Fans of Mindy McGinnis, rejoice, for the sequel of The Initial Insult arrives with the title The Last Laugh. To avoid spoilers of what the sequel will contain, the stakes have gotten higher for Tress. Those who are interested in the book, be sure to read the first book of this suspenseful, duology and keep your eyes peeled for The Last Laugh that’s set to release on February 14th.

Billy Lockett – Arlington Grove – 2/17

To those who are a fan of Billy Lockett, his album Abington Grove is set to be released on February 17th. For those who need a refresher, Billy is a British singer-songwriter known for his pop ballads and is known for his music Wide Eyed and Empty House, as well as his EP Burn It Down from 2016. His album is set to release on February 17th, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for its release.

What are you waiting for this week? What were some of your favorites? Is there anything that isn’t listed here that you’re waiting for this week? Let us know in the comments below.