[HOT] : Guillermo del Toro unveils the first trailer for ‘Nightmare Alley’ – Las Noticias de Chihuahua – Entrelíneas

Guillermo del Toro has released the first images of ‘Nightmare Alley’, his feature debut after ‘The Shape of Water’ (2017) which hits theaters on December 17th.

Bradley Cooper stars in this project accompanied by a huge cast including Cate Blanchett, Willem Dafoe, Rooney Mara, Toni Collette, Richard Jenkins and Ron Perlman, among many others.

The first video, a minute and a half, shows the protagonists of the psychological thriller a circus scene tinged with darkness.

Del Toro wrote the screenplay for this new film with Kim Morgan, of which he will also be a producer, and which will be the Mexican filmmaker’s first work after “The Shape of Water” (2017), which won four Oscars: best film , best director, best production design and best soundtrack.

‘Nightmare Alley’ is the title of a novel by William Lindsay Gresham which was adapted for theaters in 1947 with a film of the same name which starred Tyrone Power under the direction of Edmund Goulding.

The book told of the rise and fall, between romantic plots and betrayals of all kinds, of a powerful mentalist who worked in a circus.

Del Toro explored the most spectacular cinema with “Pacific Rim” (2013) and “Blade II” (2002), and built a film saga beloved by comic book lovers with the films “Hellboy” (2004) and ‘Hellboy II: The Golden Army’ (2008).

“It’s just mind-boggling”: Thierry Lhermitte, annoyed, pinpoints the antivax

On the set of C to you, Thierry Lhermitte spoke of his commitment against Alzheimer’s disease, but not only. On Thursday, September 16, the 68-year-old actor also demonstrated his incomprehension in the face of the skepticism displayed by some in front of vaccines and science in general. “It’s hard to understand actually. It’s hard to understand for those they don’t agree with. It’s pretty crazy“, Indignant the Ambassador of the Foundation for medical research (FRM), following a report on young people reluctant to be vaccinated against Covid-19.

In the eyes of Thierry Lhermitte, the anti-tax movement questions “what makes us believe something?”. The actor who shot in particular in the film The dinner of the cons observed and denounced a “Denial of rationality”. “When there were 3.5 billion people who had the vaccine, there was not the elimination of half of humanity as some want us to believe. It’s crazy, it’s just mind-boggling ”, he said on the set of France 5.

“Cigarettes are sure to kill. The vaccine no ”

Faced with the certainties of anti-vaccines, we must “explain, convince, put them in front of reason and say: ‘you are vaccinated for this or that but the one against Covid-19, no?’”, According to Thierry Lhermitte. “Most of the people who are against it, they smoke. It’s funny because there, it is clear, the hindsight we have killed it. Cigarettes are sure to kill. The vaccine no ”, he also added in his advocacy for vaccination.

Denis Villeneuve harshly criticizes Marvel films

Frank Herbert fans will be delighted with “Dune” ‘s increasingly shorter wait for the big screen premiere. The ambitious space epic written and directed by Danis Villeneuve could be, according to the director, the start of an exciting new film franchise.

When it comes to film franchises, it’s impossible not to quickly think of Marvel Studios, whose superhero films have managed to maintain box office leadership over the past decade, in addition to becoming a phenomenon. culture that put these characters in the collective thought of the general public.

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Joining the roster of filmmakers such as Martin Scorsese, Alejandro Gonzáles Iñárritu or Francis Ford Coppola, Villeneuve doesn’t seem to have overly flattering comments about Marvel Studios’ work on the big screen, starting with an interview for the French media Premiere, in which he noticed the lack of creative freedom in each of his deliveries.

Villeneuve made a new round of comments on the subject in an interview with El Mundo, in which he was asked about his perception of Marvel’s work. Although he recognizes that some of his proposals have a certain level of quality, his opinion continues to not be too flattering.

Maybe the problem is, we’re in front of too many Marvel movies that are nothing more than a short and a collage of the rest. Maybe these kinds of movies turned us into zombies a bit.

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However, it’s worth clarifying that Villeneuve also pointed out that there are big budget movies with a lot of value, although he didn’t expand on that point too much. During his interview, the filmmaker insisted strongly on the idea that his vision of “Dune” was designed to be realized on the biggest screen possible.

Although the second part of “Dune” has not yet been approved by Warner Bros. Denis Villeneuve has been optimistic about it, pointing out that this film, which will be released in Latin America on October 22, is only an aperitif compared to what’s to come, confirming that he’s already started work on the script for the sequel, with the potential to do a third part.

James Wan explains his inspiration in the final twist of “Malignant”

Filmmaker James Wan has solid credentials in horror cinema as the mastermind responsible for creating franchises such as “Saw”, “Insidious” or “The Conjuring”, so his return to the genre was highly anticipated by his fans. after doing some projects for action lovers. For example, “Aquaman”, which is already working on its sequel.

This year, James Wan surprised audiences with “Malignant,” a film that could be considered the most violent and risky proposition in his filmography to date, the ending of which has still puzzled many of his viewers, although the filmmaker claims to have been inspired by real scientific concepts.

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“Malignant” tells the story of a young woman (played by Annabelle Wallis) who is haunted by hyperrealistic hallucinations of actual murders, which are said to be linked to someone from her past. A ghost ? a demon? The final answer to the question is much more incredible than it seems at first glance,

Wan begins his film with a test subject at a medical facility that remains out of view of the viewer, called Gabriel and in the throes of a murder spree. Research doctor Florence Weaver (Jacqueline McKenzie) would manage to control it and announce to her staff that “it is time to eliminate the cancer”.

The third act of the film would reveal that Gabriel, the murderer, is nothing more than a “parasitic twin”, a kind of tumor formed by the vestiges of a twin that failed to form completely and was attached to Madison’s back. you starred in it.

Doctors would have removed most of the tissue from this “teratoma” when she was a child, but because they both shared brain cells, what little was left of Gabriel was locked in her skull, waking up with a sudden blow. in the head. , introduces Wan that this is the reason why Gabriel only performs his attacks when Madison is sleeping.

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In a conversation with Entertainment Weekly, James Wan notes that despite some facts, his film’s turn is based entirely on science. “My wife Ingrid, she does a lot of research on special anomalies. She said to me ‘There are people who are afflicted by this thing (teratomas), who were born like this’ ”. The filmmaker claims to have been impressed by this fact.

“Obviously, my horror-twisted mind immediately turned to the most bruised story that could happen. She and I started spitting out ideas and it eventually resulted in a concept. Wan concludes that his intention was to create a movie he could have fun with using practical and animatronic effects, a technique he hadn’t worked with for a long time.


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