The 94th Academy Awards in Los Angeles could eclipse any real movie magic this month, with just one blockbuster, a third Spider-Man movie, and a handful of lighthearted dramas and comedies on offer.
There’s no Gucci House, Spencer, Belfast, The power of the dog Where King Richard — among the 10 Best Picture Oscar nominations — we’re looking forward to, except one.
After two production delays, there is now much anticipation and excitement as The Batmanstarring English actor Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne, opens March 2 in cinemas nationwide.
Succeeding Christian Bale, George Clooney, Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck, Pattinson told Sky News ahead of the UK red carpet premiere that the caped crusader is such a “cultural icon” that he can be interpreted from so many different ways.
“You can’t help but want to step on other artists’ toes, and I knew the other movies so much that it’s hard not to emulate the people you’ve seen, when you’ve seen movies like a million times,” he said.
“The script took a few starts and that kind of helped.
“He has such a great legacy of directors and actors who work with him that he felt like he existed on his own and it was a huge honor to be a part of that,” he said. he declared on February 24.
With double Golden Globe winner and 1973 Bond girl Jane Seymour, Ruby’s Choice premiered at the CinefestOZ festival in Western Australia in August, spotlighting the No.1 killer of women in the country: dementia.
Also starring Coco Jack Gillies and Jacqueline McKenzie, the storyline follows three generations struggling to make tough decisions about how to care for a loved one with dementia.
Seymour, who plays a grandmother with dementia, said at the time, “It’s a very sad and scary place to put… to go.”
“She loses her ability to know where the bathroom is – that’s a really big deal. She gets lost.
To see, even if it is a way of making a donation to Dementia Care, which will receive part of the benefits of the film.
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On the occasion of International Women’s Day, biopic Miss Marx (which premiered at the 2020 Venice Film Festival) will be released nationwide.
Portrayed by BAFTA and Golden Globe nominee Romola Garai (Suffragette, Atonement), is the tragic love story of Eleanor Marx, the youngest daughter of socialist revolutionary Karl Marx.
Set in 1883, Marx is among the first women to link the themes of feminism and socialism, and fights for women’s rights and the abolition of child labor in London.
Director Susanna Nicchiarelli states that “telling the story of Eleanor’s life is an opportunity to tackle subjects so modern that they can still be called revolutionary today, a century and a half later”.
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After a four-year hiatus from filmmaking, Channing Tatum (MagicMike, 21 jump street), is back.
This time he keeps his clothes on and co-directs and plays an army ranger who takes a slightly dysfunctional military dog Lulu (a Belgian Malinois) on a road trip to a friend’s funeral.
It’s kinda funny, kinda sad, and for anyone who loves a movie with a dog, this one is kinda teary too.
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Operation Fortune: Ruse of War
Everything about Jason Statham promises to be full of really good fast car driving, crashes, guns and survival action – think about his Transporter, Fast and Furious and mega movies.
Statham is back, playing super spy Orson Fortune who must track down and stop the sale of deadly weapons technology.
The villain is played by Hugh Grant.
Josh Hartnett plays a Hollywood movie star who works undercover, so the three should have some fun on-screen chemistry.
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Based on real events in 1961, this is the story of Kempton Bunton, a 60-year-old taxi driver who allegedly stole Goya’s portrait of the Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery in London.
This was the first (and remains the only) theft in the gallery’s history.
Kempton sent ransom notes saying he would return the painting on the condition that the government invest more in care for the elderly – he had long campaigned for pensioners to receive free television.
With Jim Broadbent (Harry Potter, narnia) as Bunton, and Helen Mirren (The QueFr, Red) as a wife, it was Bunton’s grandson, Chris, who pitched the idea for a film after hearing the story as a teenager.
He told the Radio schedules February 23: “Literally, every scene is based on the true events. The writers just…I like how they changed some things to make it more comical.
Considered the third Sony Spider Man film, Oscar winner Jared Leto plays the Marvel Comics character Morbius.
What started with Venom in 2018 now moves on to the story of scientist Dr. Michael Morbius, who suffers from a rare blood disease.
He tries to heal himself, and in doing so, turns into a living vampire.
leto said Variety: “It was hard for me in a way, because I’m not used to playing roles that are a little closer to who I am, day after day”.
“Dr. Michael Morbius is a little closer to how I talk and how I behave.”