This weekend’s premieres are led by controversy Do not worry dear and the Spanish film Model 77. For Marvel lovers, Spider-Man returns to theaters with the extended version of Spider-Man: No way home. This is the new billboard available today:
Alberto Rodríguez, the director behind titles like Group 7, The minimal island or The man with a thousand faces, now brings us a prison drama based on real events. Model 77 presents Manuel (Miguel Herrán), a young accountant imprisoned for committing embezzlement for which could spend 10 to 20 years in prison. Together with Pino (Javier Gutiérrez), his cellmate, they will soon meet with other prisoners to demand an amnesty. Circumstance that will cause a huge headache for the prison system.
‘Do not worry dear’
It has been more striking because of everything that has happened between behind the scenes of his shoot than for the story of the film itself. Olivia Wilde’s second film as a director is a psychological thriller set in the 50’s. Coexisting with the ingenuity typical of the North American image, Alice (Florence Pugh) y Jack (Harry Styles) They are a married couple who live in Victoria, an idyllic community where all the men work in the company of corporate visionary Frank (Chris Pine). Little by little, Alice will realize that, behind that facade of utopian happiness, she is hides a terrible and dark secret.
‘Crimes of the Future’
David Cronenberg’s latest bet mixes horror and science fiction with human evolution. The spectacle of transformations and mutations of Saul Tenser (Viggo Mortensen) is closely followed by the researcher Filling (Kristen Stewart). However, the danger behind Tenser’s performance is a mysterious group that intends to take advantage of her fame for the next evolutionary step of man.
Free adaptation of The Wizard of Oz directed by the Spanish Paco Leon, in which Dora runs away from home after arguing with her father. With the company of her dog Toto of her, Dora will look for the mother who abandoned her when she was a baby.
‘Spider-Man: No way home’
Rerelease of what was the highest grossing film of the last year. Spider-Man: No way home returns to theaters as the sixth highest grossing film in history and will surely leave in the top 3, so behind only Titanic and Avatar. According to the information offered by the company, this extended version of No way Home will have 11 minutes of bonus material which was not included in the previous premiere.