Where/When: The Covelli Centre, 7 p.m. Friday
Tickets: $21-$92.75. www.ticketmaster.com.
1. "Captain Marvel"
2. "Apollo 11"
3. "Everybody Knows"
4. "The Invisibles"
5. "I'm Not Here"
"After Life" debuts Fridayon Netflix.
Ricky returns: British funnyman Ricky Gervais returns to television with a new series as writer-director-star. Gervais starred in (and wrote and directed) the original version of "The Office" in England in the early 2000s, had a run on "Derek" for a few seasons and is perhaps best remembered for regularly insulting celebrities when he hosted The Golden Globes.
Former nice guy: Gervais plays Tony, a man who apparently enjoyed a perfect life until his wife dies. According to the network, "Tony changes, and after contemplating taking his own life, he decides instead to live long enough to punish the world by saying and doing whatever he likes from now on."
Past ghosts: You may recall that Gervais had another brush with the afterlife in the 2008 comedy "Ghost Town." His character had the ability to see ghosts, and he became the focus of a devious (and dead) gentleman, played by Greg Kinnear, who was trying to protect his widow (Tea Leoni) from a crummy suitor. Perhaps it inspired Gervais to create "After Life."
TOPS AT THE BOX OFFICE
1. "How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World," $30 ($97.6 total)
2. "A Madea Family Funeral," $27 (new)
3. "Alita: Battle Angel," $7 ($72.2)
4. "The Lego Movie 2," $6.6 ($91.6)
5. "Green Book," $4.7 ($76)
(In millions; boxofficemojo.com)
The movie that started out as a play by John Patrick Shanley is now on Netflix. Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Adams and Viola Davis square off in this twisty drama about questionable behavior by a priest toward a student at a Catholic school. All four performers were nominated for Oscars.
NEW ON NETFLIX
1. "Disney's Christopher Robin"
2. "The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind"
3. "Walk. Ride. Rodeo." (Friday)
4. "Juanita" (Friday)
5. "Jimmy Carr — Comedy Special" (Tuesday)
On The Cover
Sister and brother Sydney and Ryan Dyke, members of Rubber City Cosplay, portray Batgirl and Robin on Saturday in Norton. [Phil Masturzo/Beacon Journal/Ohio.com]