Loss of eyesight, ghost story and fish tale: three genres are represented in cinemas this week, and we will help you choose between them.
First, of course, some interesting facts. We learned, among other things, that Śrdongó will get a new look in Transformers 5, according to the cinematographer of Batman v Superman, the extended edition will not change the quality, Finn of Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be the protagonist of Ring of Fire 2, the producers want Jon Hamm as the live actor Archer movie, Alan Silvestri scores the music for Avengers 3, the Justice League Dark animated movie may be ready and we got some new details about John Wick 2 as well.
Since everyone has already seen the visual effects of Deadpool, our featured trailer will now be the international trailer for the Ghostbusters reboot, which has new scenes and is perhaps a hair more convincing than the previous trailers, but we’d rather leave it up to you to decide:
Ghosts can also be seen in cinemas this week, but in addition to Demons 2, there will also be two alternatives. We show you what they are:
Now You See Me 2:
2013’s Eye-Losers performed well at the box office and with critics, so we can’t escape the sequel, which is no longer directed by Louis Leterrier (The Transporter, The Incredible Hulk, Clash of the Titans), but by Jon M. Chu (GI Joe: Retaliation, Step Up 3D) directed. Most of the small team will return in Eyeshadow 2, i.e. Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg and Dave Franco (Isla Fisher was replaced by Lizzy Caplan due to her pregnancy), as well as some familiar faces (Mark Ruffalo, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine). we also get new ones (Daniel Radcliffe, Jay Chou). The story takes place one year after the Four Horsemen outsmarted the FBI and pulled off a massive blackout, but our heroes now find themselves facing a dangerous enemy that forces them to come up with more magic than ever before. If the sequel brings the level of the first part, we won’t have any complaints about it, so it deserves a chance this week.
(Interesting fact: Even before the film was released, the studio announced that the third part would be ready.)
The Conjuring 2:
In Mortal Kombat 7, the director of Insidious and Saw, James Wan again guides us to the world of 2013’s Demons, the married couple Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga), who are investigating the paranormal cases they met there, are once again given the spotlight, who this time in England are trying to help a mother of four in a haunted house. Those who saw the blood-curdling predecessor know very well what to expect from Demons 2 and will get their dose of terror from Wan, but the others should avoid the Mecca of jump scare scenes.
(Interesting fact: James Wan’s next work will be an Aquaman stand-alone movie with Jason Momoa.)
Izzie’s Way Home:
In the wake of the expected success of Senilla, the sequel to Izzie, which is essentially the low-budget little brother of the sequel to Nemo, is released. The protagonist of the kid-friendly story is a charming fish, Isabel, who lives a carefree life in a yacht’s aquarium until she finds herself in the ocean, where so many adventures await her that she has a child on her feet who can stand up to her.
(Interesting fact: Surprisingly, the director previously worked on the visual effects of the Asylum films. Yes, on the Sharknado parts as well.)
Weekly DVD and Blu-ray releases:
– Between Graves (DVD)
– Think of Me (DVD)
– 400 Days (DVD)
– The program: The fall of a legend (DVD)
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