With tribute to December 9, 2021 Leave a comment
As the weather gets colder, new movies and musicals are coming out in theaters this week of December, it has started to look a lot like the holidays. After several delays, its long-awaited new cover West Side Story is finally here. The characters and direction are based on the classic work of William Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet, add to the feeling that the public is looking through a window into another era. Watch the following trailers to decide what to watch! ~ Manal Amir
West Side Story – This new version of the musical deepens the forbidden love as well as the rivalry between the Jets and the Sharks, two young street gangs from different national backgrounds competing for the dominance of the lawn on the uneven roads of the Upper West Side. When Tony (Ansel Elgort) falls in love with the sister of a rival Maria (Rachel Zegler), the two gangs are under pressure and the situation becomes complicated. Click here for viewing hours.
Do not look up -The professor of astronomy Dr. Randall Mindy (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his student astronomer Kate Dibiasky (Jennifer Lawrence) discover that a huge comet is heading towards Earth. It will cause massive destruction when it lands, demolishing the entire planet. When their warnings are devalued, they begin their mission to inform the world themselves, through the power of social media. Playing in selected cities. Click here for viewing hours.
Monsta X: The Dreaming Known for their powerful iconic and wonderful performances, K-pop and the pop band MONSTA X are dedicated to their countless fans around the world. As a gift to their fans, this brand new film provides an intimate look at their journey over the past six years, with rare solo interviews with each member individually, personal jokes from their time in America and a unique concert shot. Playing Thu. Dec. 9 and Sat. Only on December 11, in selected cities. Click here for viewing hours.
Agnes – When a nun presents evidence of demonic possession, a priest and his cynical mentor are sent to investigate. Unfortunately, their techniques fail and leave traces of terror and misery. Playing in Toronto and Vancouver. Click here for viewing hours.
5 December 2021 | Leave a comment
The box office after Thanksgiving weekend continued to be dominated by the Disney Encanto animated film, followed by Sony Pictures’ Ghostbusters: Afterlife.
2 December 2021 | Leave a comment
This December begins with a full line of new movie releases, with more on the way. There are many different movies to choose from this weekend.
1 December 2021 Leave a comment
Find out what’s new – and what comes out of the stream in December. See all the Christmas content, the stars, the returning series and much more!
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