“FREE GUY” is an action movie starting Ryan Reynolds, led by Sean Levy. Comedy began its run, with the new name of a 20th-century studio, one of the fox films that promoted Disney to direct.
Prepare for a video-game movie unlike any other. Ryan Reynolds stars as the eponymous non-playable character guy, who finds himself suddenly gaining autonomy and realising that he’s actually a video game character. The game itself-which, itself, is a deadly GTA knock off -is being closed down, and it’s up to Guys and one of the game’s developers to save the day. Expect laughs aplenty when this one finally arrives.
Edgar Wright returns with what will be slightly less funny and more horror than we’re used to from the director. Last Night in Soho follows Anya Taylor-Joy’s fashion designer who mysteriously ends up in the ’60s. Not all is as it seems (as you would expect ) and things get slightly out of hand. The movie will also feature Diana Rigg’s last performance.
The currently untitled third installment of the Tom Holland-Fronted spidey franchise may see the return of a few familiar faces-multiverse rumors have been brewing for a while now. with Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, and Kirsten Dunst reportedly reprising their roles from the previous spider-verse. We know we can also expect appearances from Doctor Octopus and j, Jonah Jameson, too. Other than that, everything is still pretty up in the air, plot-wise, but we’ve got high hopes for Spider-Man 3.
The many saints of Newark are the movie that is based on TV shows ever that successful? The number is low, yet David Chase has decided he’s not done with The sopranos-arguably the best television show of all time. The showrunner will act as the writer and producer on The Many Saints of Newark, with Alan Taylor directing. The story concerns Christopher Moltisanti’s and Anthony Sopranos’ father back in the ’60s and ’70s. Jon Bernthal, Corey Stoll, Billy Magnussen, Ray Liotta, and James Gandolfini’s son, Michael Gandolfini, all-star. it launches a month later in the UK, so Sopranos fans across the pond will have to hold tight. This movie is released on the platform US, HBO Max + Theaters (September 24, 2021), the UK (October 22, 2021).
Netflix dropped the trailer of Ray, an anthology series that is helmed by Abhishek Chaubey, Srijit Mukherji, and Vasan Bala. The series is all set to stream on Netflix on June 25, 2021, The drama series is inspired by four of Satyajit Ray’s stories Spotlight, Bahurupi ( Multi-Character ), Barin Bhowmik-er Byram ( Barin Bhowmick’s Ailment), and Bipin Chowdhury’s Smritibhrom (Bipin Chowdhury’s Memory Loss). Manoj Bajpayee, Ali Fazal, Harshvardhan Kapoor, and Kay kay Menon will be seen playing the lead roles in Ray.
Well, if you are a movie buff, you will definitely be aware of Satyajit Ray and his legacy both in the Bengali film industry and outside. For the unversed, Satyajit Ray is, perhaps, one of the greatest filmmakers in the history of cinema. He is also a celebrated author, who has written a series of short stories and novels. The evergreen characters of Feluda – the indian sherlock, professor Shonku and Tarani Khuro were created by him. Satyajit Ray received an Honorary Academy Award in 1992 for his immense contribution to cinema. He was the first indian to receive an honorary Oscar and his contribution to cinema and literature helped put indian on the global map.
Therefore, when a series is inspired by the stories authored by Satyajit Ray, it definitely increases expectations around it manifold. Before you plan to watch the series, let us take you through the stories which have inspired Ray.
Who’d have believed back in 2001 that fun, relatively unspectacular Vin Diesel movie about street racing and heists would spawn a multi-billion-dollar franchise that’s still here nearly two decades later? With spin-off Hobbs & Shaw having played during the summer of 2019, the main series revs up its engines for the ninth time with regular director Justin Lin back behind the steering wheel (he called the shots the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth movie in the series).
Alongside Fast stalwarts Vin Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez, Jordanna Brewster is back for the first time since her character, Mia, walked into the sunset with the late Paul Walker’s Brian in Fast & Furious 7. John Cena will also appear in the movie, as Dom’s brother and Han are back. As the trailer promises: Justice is coming.
The third entry in the James Wan-created universe The Conjuring series, The Devil Made Me Do It, sees Ed and Lorraine Warren return for a case revolving around a man on trial for murder who says he is innocent as he possessed by a demon at the time. The previous two Conjuring movies have been based on actual cases from the notes of the paranormal hunting couple, but it’s not clear if any of this has any grounding in actual fact.
Whether it’s as realistic as The Nun or not, though, It’s still exciting to see Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga return for the official third entry in the series. Michael Chaves is taking the helm this time around. Chaves is no stranger to horror. He was responsible for The Curse of La Llorona about a folklore monster who wants to steal your children. Given that movie’s tepid horror, let’s hope Chaves is just getting warmed up.