Yes, yes, that’s right, the summer has ended, leaving us alone with his cool girlfriend to the most circular letter in the world. But do not be upset, because together with the autumn we will be visited by a large number of intriguing movie premieres, for the sake of which you can hide from the rainy and windy reality in the nearest cinema. What awaits us?
Several cool sequels, including the King’s sequel to The Shining (!!), the Beatles movie, Brad Pitt in space, and the Joker. First things first.
1. IT Chapter Two (September 5th)
The continuation of a very successful horror film by Stephen King, which was released 2 years ago. 27 years have passed since the events of the first picture, and the creepy Pennywise again went hunting for the kids who managed to defeat him the last time. And the kids, meanwhile, had time to grow up and turned into top Hollywood actors such as James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain.
And another interesting fact: in the production of the film, a record amount of artificial blood was used. In general, we are waiting!
2. The Goldfinch (September 11th)
The film is about a young man who (against the backdrop of tragic family events) begins his acquaintance with the underground world of art after he falls into the hands of a work by Carel Fabritius — one of Rembrandt’s most gifted students.
Well and yes, in the frame of the film you can see Nicole Kidman.
3. Yesterday (September 18th)
A man finds himself in a parallel world, where everything is exactly the same as ours, only the Beatles group does not exist and never existed in it. The main character is the only person on the planet who knows their songs and becomes a celebrity. After all, everyone thinks that he wrote them.
Ode to the great Liverpool four crossed with a non-trivial fantastic plot. Fans of the recent Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocketman should be in anticipation!
4. Rambo: Last Blood (September 18th)
37 years have passed since the first Sylvester Stallone film about Rambo appeared on the screens, and here we are waiting for the fifth and last (but not exactly) story about the adventures of the legendary Vietnam war veteran.
You should not worry about 73-year-old Stallone — he is still capable of much!
5. Ad Astra (September 19)
Have we seen Brad Pitt in a space movie? Not. So — it’s time! Fantastic and, judging by the trailer, a dramatic film will tell about the search for the missing father of the protagonist in outer space. And this is not an easy task.