Whoever was the first person to say that because of the pandemic, movie theaters would never again be able to attract audiences the way they used to, we’re about to see if they were right v56th international films in autumn 2021.
Although it could undergo further changes a long-awaited sequel like ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ disappeared from it just a few days ago – the crowded calendar of cinematographic novelties includes ‘blockbusters’ that have already postponed their release several times and expected films that under circumstances normals would be guaranteed good box office figures.
But normality, that is known, is no longer what it used to be. What follows is an incomplete review of those upcoming releases. They are fictions belonging to sagas that v56th International Films in form.
Despite time and the hazardous circumstances of the industry, are reluctant to come to an end. When it hits theaters on October 1, ‘No Time to Die’ will officially be the most rugged movie in James Bond history; Its production process has faced changes in directors, physical injuries during filming and successive delays in its release due to the pandemic.
Similarly affected by the virus, ‘Ghostbusters: Beyond’ finally lands on the billboard on December 3, and brings with it a good part of the original cast of the series of v56th.
It is difficult to foresee how it will work at the box office since, to tell the truth, there was never exactly a popular clamor to claim its existence.
Quite the contrary, for the last two decades ‘Matrix’ fans have trusted that one day the fourth installment of the saga would be released, despite the fact that practically no one liked the second and third; Well, if nothing gets in the way ‘The Matrix Resurrections’ will be released on December 17 .
By then, ‘Halloween Kills’ will be on the bill for weeks(October 22), none other than the eleventh film starring the masked assassin Michael Myers. We are assured that after the twelfth, the character will disappear from the big screen forever. We would like to believe it.
Any agenda of cinematographic novelties of any time of the year includes several superhero films, and among those that will be released in the coming months, ‘Eternals’ (November 5) stands out for two reasons.
The first, among its characters is the first couple gay from the Marvel Universe; the second was directed by Chloé Zhao, a great winner of the last Oscar gala thanks to ‘Nomadland’.
In addition, the billboard will host both the premiere of the fourth installment of the most recent saga focused on the spider man, ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ (December 17) , as well as the second installment of which one of its stars nemesis, that extraterrestrial parasite called Venom; Venom: There Will Be Carnage opens on October 15