Thursday’s premiere With four new movies for all tastes and audiences: For fans of adventure, superheroes (and super villains) and fantasy, comes the long-awaited “Eternals,” the new movie in the Marvel franchise. Those who love action with touches of comedy will enjoy the movie “Red Alert”, with well-known faces from the cinema, starring in a cat-and-mouse maze game. While for audiences more connected to the drama, two stories that address the bonds of mothers and fathers with their children, along with “Asia” and “Oh my God, now what have we done?” We review the news.
“Red Alert,” one of Netflix’s most anticipated titles of 2021, will be released earlier in theaters. Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot, and Ryan Reynolds headline the amazing cast of this action-comedy that’s hitting local theaters today.
The story revolves around an FBI agent (Johnson) and a con man (Reynolds), who create a strange alliance to hunt down the world’s most mysterious and wanted art thief (Gadot).
It’s a fun game of cat and mouse with Gadot on a worldwide hunt.
The film’s director and screenwriter is Rawson Marshall Thurber, who already knew what it meant to work with Johnson since they shared the credits on “Central Intelligence” (2016) and “Skyscraper” (2018).
Johnson, who is also listed as a producer with his company Seven Bucks Productions, said when the project was announced in 2019.
“I admire Netflix’s ambition to become one of the largest studios in the world (…). His unbridled enthusiasm for The Red Notice is equally matched by his commitment to entertaining audiences on an international scale.”
Johnson, Gadot and Reynolds are three of the hottest stars in Hollywood right now and they’ve all made headlines in recent months for their latest movie.
Johnson came with success with the adventure comedy “Jungle Cruise” (2021), Gadot continued the “Wonder Woman” phenomenon in the ’80s “Wonder Woman 1984” (2020) and Ryan Reynolds achieved one of the last few successes in movie theaters This is neither an adaptation nor part of an epic With a humorous look at the video game world from “Free Guy” (2021).
Asian motherhood has always been more of a struggle than an instinct. The presence of her daughter when she was still a teenager was a sign of her relationship with Vika from the beginning. Although they live together, they rarely communicate with each other. Asya focuses on her work as a nurse, while her daughter spends the day with her friends in the garden. But suddenly this routine will change drastically and Asya must transform into the mother her daughter needs, becoming a unique opportunity to reflect the love that unites this young family.
Directed by Ruthie Bribar, performances include Alina Yiv, Shira Hass, Tamir Mulla, Gera Sandler, Eden Halliy, Or Barak, Nadia Tikonova, Myrna Friedman, Tatiana Machlinovsky.
“Oh my God, what did we do now?”
Coming from France by Philippe de Chauveron, this is a family drama that follows Claude and Marie Verneuil, a couple facing a new crisis: the husbands of their four daughters, David, Chau, Rashid and Charles, decide to leave France for various reasons. Now they must imagine their lives elsewhere. With Christian Claver, Chantal Lopey, Ari Appetan, Medi Sadon, Frederic Chau, Nom Diawara, Frederic Bell, Julia Peaton, Emily Kane
The beginning of an eternal saga, an immortal race that once lived on Earth and shaped its history and civilization. His intention was to create strong individuals who would only do good, but something went wrong and the perverts appeared, destroying and creating chaos in their wake.
Chloe Chow, the successful director of “Nomadland,” directed this highly anticipated movie which includes in the casting Angelina Jolie, Richard Madden, Gemma Chan, Kit Harington, Kumail Nanjiani, Salma Hayek, Barry Keoghan, and among others, Brian Terry Henry.
“I’ve been a fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe for a decade,” the Chinese-American filmmaker admitted in an interview with Tellam.
Zhao, who won two Oscars in April as director and producer of the popular “Nomadland”, lived for 15 years in China, then went to study in the United Kingdom and the United States; There he would be closer to the western pop culture he loved and his dream of making films.
His first feature films, “Songs My Brothers Taught Me” (2015) and “The Rider” (2017), were heartwarming films, with mostly amateur cast and style catching the attention of festivals such as Sundance or Cannes, and awards such as independent spirit.
After that short but acclaimed journey, two projects approached her almost simultaneously, both in 2018. On the one hand, Frances McDormand invited her to join “Nomadland,” which was along the same lines as her previous titles; On the other hand, the head of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige, gave him a test of what the mega-project of the “Eternals” would be.
Marvel and Disney have been looking for a different approach to presenting the Eternals, a group of little-known superheroes that will open a new stage for the lucrative franchise. Zhao conquered them with a different show: a poem by William Blake and his fanaticism on the epic.
What Feige didn’t think about when giving the project the green light was that the pandemic would delay the “Eternals” premiere by a year, and by the time the movie can finally be seen, it could boast that it’s the first Marvel film directed by an Oscar winner.