‘Blade Runner’ by Haneke
Let’s stop nostalgia and annual balances! Looking to the future is much more exciting and has not yet given time for disappointments materialize. As virgin snow, 2017 is full of possibilities, and cinemas hope to fill their canopies with projects for all tastes. A year, again, taken by the sequels and superheroes of DC and Marvel, but also with the promise of the return of Haneke, Polanski or Malick on the horizon for free mp4 movies online site.
‘Fifty Shades Darker’ by James Foley
Two years after ‘Fifty Shades of Gray’ comes to theaters with its sequel, ‘ Fifty Shades Darker ‘, ready to perpetuate the phenomenon ‘fan’ that started the trilogy of EL James. Director James Foley gathers the witness of Sam Taylor-Johnson, who came plucking from the author of the books on the grounds that it was too intrusive to the development of the film. Those who do return are Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan and who aspire to raise, as the first delivery, over 560 million dollars worldwide.
‘The invisible guardian’, Fernando Gonzalez Molina
Before taking the Planeta Prize, Dolores Redondo had become an editorial phenomenon thanks to the ‘Trilogy of Baztán’, which has sold more than 1.5 million copies and has been published in more than 30 countries. Amaia Salazar’s followers will finally be able to see the flesh-and-blood detective played by Marta Etura in one of Atresmedia’s biggest bets for 2017.
The Beauty and the Beast’ by Bill Condon
The director of ‘Dream girls’ and the last two installments of the ‘Twilight’ saga dares reinterpret the traditional French tale that popularized Disney in 1991 with a cast led by Emma Watson , Luke Evans and Dan Stevens . Alan Menken, who won the Academy Award for Best Soundtrack and Best Song with his work on the 1991 adaptation, re-composes music from the film in collaboration with triple Oscar winner Tim Rice.
‘King Arthur: The Legend of Excalibur’, by Guy Ritchie
The dirtiest director of the streets of London does not abandon the ‘perfidious Albion’, but he moves to the Middle Ages to tell, in his own way, the most popular legend in the history of England: that of King Arthur and his sword Excalibur . Guy Ritchie does not shy away from his postmodern aesthetic and features Charlie Hunnam, Annabelle Wallis and Jude Law in the lead roles.
‘The Bar’, by Alex de la Iglesias
A group of strangers of the most heterodox locked in a bar that cannot leave because of a sniper for blood. Alex de la Iglesias returns to play with claustrophobia, black humor and hyper-costumbrismo with his latest film, in which Mario Cases , Blanca Suarez and Carmen Machi are the main tricks of De la Iglesias to attract viewers to the ticket office. And do not forget that Machi is on a roll.
‘Ghost in the Shell’ by Rupert Sanders
The ‘cyberpunk’ world of the successful manga of the late 80s gets its first adaptation to real-life cinema almost 30 years after its birth. Scarlett Johansson plays Motoko Kusangi, a half-human half-robot police officer who must face an enemy of artificial intelligence. And ‘Ghost in the Shell’ will also be the opportunity to see Takeshi Kitano on an American blockbuster.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2′ by James Gunn
How has Chris Pratt gotten from being Andy Dwyer, the funny and a little slow colleague of Parks and Recreation to the new superhero of the factory Hollywood is a mystery to the one of the one of the Virgin of Guadalupe, but the truth is That between ‘ Jurassic World ‘, ‘The Avengers’ and ‘Guardians of the galaxy’, Pratt is the parsley of all the blockbusters. James Gunn is back on the block in this sequel, which in his previous installment grossed $ 743 million worldwide.
‘Baywatch’ by Seth Gordon
The beach watchers’ is like that weird neighbor with whom you used to pounce as a teenager and whom you deny with the same intensity as St. Peter to Jesus Christ. Of zapping and finding the series of rebound to consciously go to the cinema and pay almost 10 euro for a film about cyclist lifeguards goes a stretch, but the insistent campaign that has made Dwayne Johnson in the social networks to promote the film maybe him Give some revenue to this production that sounds like a lot of noise and few nuts.
‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Revenge of Salazar’, by Running and Sandberg
If in ‘Pirates of the Caribbean 4: On mysterious tides’ (2011), the salero castizo was put by Penelope Cruz , in the fifth installment of the saga carried out by Johnny it is the turn of Javier Bardem as captain Salazar, a new archenemy for Sparrow just out of the Bermuda Triangle.
‘The Mummy’ by Alex Kurtzmann
Tom Cruise some time ago decided that for dramas he was already living and bet on becoming the king of action-with-plot-elaborated. The actor has alternated in the last years the skin of Jack Richer with the one of Ethan Hunt and tries to take advantage of as his there would not tomorrow the maximum elongation of the sagas of shots and skids. However, the decision to revive ‘The Mummy’ was a real surprise. Just in case, plan B is insured with ‘Mission Impossible 6’, which will be released in 2018. Get touch with us for the all latest movie.
‘Wonder Woman’ by Patty Jenkins
The actress and former Israeli model Gal Gadot has gained a reputation in the character of Diane Prince (Wonder Woman), with which, for the moment, is committed until 2019, when the second part of ‘La liga de la justices’ Which has not yet hit the billboard. You have to use the pull of the comic world, exploiting the ‘crossovers’, the individual films, dolls merchandising … Director Patti Jenkins returns to feature almost 14 years after ‘Monster’ a complicated jump length , But that comic book fans are waiting like May water. Or June.
Matt Reeves ‘Planet War of the Apes’
Matt Reeves, who directed ‘The Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’, closes the trilogy that began with ‘The Origin of the Planet of the Apes’ with a film that connects the new prequels with the original 1968, starring Charlton Heston and Linda Hamilton. The film focuses on the outbreak of war between apes and humans – the latter under the orders of the Colonel played by Woody Harrelson -, in which the simian protagonist, César (Andy Serkis), will have to avenge his whole family and finally to his race.
‘Dunkirk’ by Christopher Nolan
Three years after “Interstellar”, Nolan dares with an epic drama about Operation Dinamo , that on June 4, 1940 rescued more than 300,000 allied soldiers after the defeat of France by the Nazis and to which the same Wiston Churchill Of “miracle”. In front of the camera, Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy and Mark Rylance.
‘Blade Runner 2049’, by Denis Villeneuve
35 years ago, Ridley Scott first took the big screen to the characters of ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?’ Of Philip K. Dick, one of those ‘rare avis’ that are the good literary adaptations of a text not too bright. “Blade Runner” has turned into a cult film and, although it may cause rejection at first sight for the most loyal lovers of the original film, the triumvirate Denis Villeneuve, Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford does not look bad. Oh, and then comes Ana de Armas!
The League of Justice’, by Zack Snyder
Zack Snyder is going to ‘jartar’ of adapting comics to the big screen. The director of ‘300’ and ‘Watchman’ has specialized in the DC world and as a producer, the director of ‘300’ and ‘Watchman’ Director returns to meet Ben Affleck, Henry Cavil and Gal Gadot in the first part of the adventures of ‘The League of Justice’. Although his’ Batman vs. Superman ‘ was not the blockbuster that everyone expected, maybe this is the opportunity for Snyder to redeem himself.
‘Star Wars: Episode 8’ by Ryan Johnson
The galactic world mourns princess Leia Organa, but the eighth episode of ‘Star Wars’, directed by Rian Johnson, will be the opportunity to rejoin Carrie Fisher: the film is, therefore, a timeless capsule in which the characters endure without fear of death. Fisher will appear for the last time with his daughter Billie Lourd, Mark Hamill and Adam Driver, among others, a year after the release of ‘Rogue One’, a spinoff of the saga that has not convinced everyone.