Pandemic has caused delays in the launch of Hollywood blockbusters
Production delays caused by the pandemic have led studios to decrease their annual output of films.
Yet, there are still several excellent films—from “Barbarian” to “The Woman King”—in theatres.
Despite “Top Gun: Maverick’s” tremendous success this summer, there has been a shortage of fresh blockbuster tentpoles for theatres to show. There won’t be another blockbuster until November when “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” is published.
The “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” trailer introduces a brand new Black Panther.
An all-new Black Panther is previewed in the “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” teaser trailer. Studios Marvel
Yet, there are now still theatre releases that are well worth checking out. The aforementioned “Maverick” is one of them, as it is still doing well in many theatres four months after its initial release.
Gina Prince-“The Bythewood’s Woman King” features Viola Davis as the commander of a band of fierce African female warriors. Davis’s character was inspired by the real-life Queen Nzinga of the Zulu. The movie scored a perfect 100 on CinemaScore.
The 2009 blockbuster “Avatar” was re-released in theatres this past weekend, just in time for the debut of “The Way of Water,” the sequel. Watching it again on a large screen is the most excellent option.
In addition to being one of the most shocking horror films of recent years, “Barbarian” is also one of the most entertaining. If you go, go with as many people as possible and try not to think about it beforehand.
If just to see Mia Goth in action, the recent horror film “Pearl” would be well worth seeing in theatres. It’s a prologue to “X,” which came out earlier this year, so you may still join the horror universe at any time.
An enjoyable action movie with an A-list cast, like “Bullet Train,” used to be enough to win the box office. It has been slowly creeping towards $100 million in US ticket sales, and it may reach that mark this weekend.
This weekend, there are two new films that you should see. This weekend’s box office for the new horror film, “Smile,” which only cost $17 million to make, could exceed $20 million.
The movie poster for “Smile” has a frightening smiling face looking out of a body bag.
Paramount Pictures has released a new horror film titled “Smile.” Paramount
One of the few recent romantic comedies to be released widely is “Bros,” which comes from a significant company. Rotten Tomatoes gives it a 92% approval rating; it’s being hailed as the first studio film with an all-LGBTQ cast.
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