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The most anticipated thing in cinema is here to stay

Big premieres are the order of the day waiting to get viewers out of their homes

Cinema is experiencing its highest peak with the box office success of 'Inside Out 2' but the Disney and Pixar film is just the first in a list of releases that aspire to push viewers to theaters.

The animated film has already earned $724 million worldwide and fuels hope for a host of sequels to come. 'Deadpool & Wolverine' (July 25), 'Alien: Romulus' (August 16) or 'Rude favorite 4'They have been making noise for a while now with a brutal promotion. The last one premiered in theaters yesterday.

Action, comedy and horror films eagerly await their debut in the hope of attracting a group that prefers home entertainment via streaming.

But nothing like disconnecting in the darkness of a room with a giant screen and deafening sound. Or who could resist seeing 'Maxxxine', the third part of a trilogy started with 'X' and 'Pearl' (the latter in Max available), which finally hits the big Venezuelan screen. It does so after the alliance reached with A24 to project its films on Venezuelan soil (it can be seen from July 11).

But outside of the usual commercial projects or Blockbuster, cinema also hopes to attract people through the work of established directors. New films by Yorgos Lanthimos or Kevin Costner and the directorial debut of Zoe Kravitz hope to repeat the feat of the 'Inside Out' sequel.

Expectant

According to the EFE agency, the one that generates the most expectations and could emulate the success of Pixar's is 'Deadpool & Wolverine'. Let's remember that it also belongs to Disney Studios. Despite this, nothing is certain in the industry, not even with Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman leading the cast. Yes, they have a lot of charisma and the story looks interesting, but superheroes still have something to say. “Only the first trailer of the film had 365 million views in 24 hours,” EFE rescues to justify its premise.

The return of 'Alien' has a Latin seal with the Uruguayan Fede Álvarez at the helm. 'Romulus' is the title of this adventure with Cailee Spaeny ('Priscilla') leading a group of young people who, on an abandoned space station, encounter the most terrifying life form in the universe.

Another great one who returns is Tim Burton (September 5). He does it alongside the original cast of 'Beetlejuice', led by Michael Keaton and Winona Ryder. The sequel to the film adds Jenna Ortega to attract and connect with younger audiences, although the strength of this hit from the late 80s will be more linked to the nostalgic people who will go to the cinema to repeat the forbidden name three times.

'Tornadoes' in their remake of the 1996 disaster classic with Glen Powell in the lead (arriving July 11) and 'The Crow' (August 30) copying the 1994 one with Bill Skarsgard in the role of Eric Draven, could surprise.

Consecrated figures

Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum star in the comedy 'The Other Side of the Moon' (July 18). It is set in the historic Apollo 11 moon landing, EFE reviews. Tatum will also appear in Zoe Kravitz's directorial debut, the black comedy 'Blink Twice' (August 23), which co-stars Puerto Rican Adria Arjona, daughter of singer Ricardo Arjona.

Cate Blanchett moves to action movies in 'Borderlands', an adaptation of the famous video game, directed by Eli Roth (August 8). Blake Lively gets romantic in 'It Ends with Us' (August 9) and Emma Stone repeats with Yorgos Lanthimos, after the Oscar for 'Strange Creatures', in 'Kinds of Kindness' (no release date in Venezuela).

In addition, Kevin Costner will premiere the first two parts of 'Horizon, an American Saga' (June 28 and August 30). The epic western will consist of four films and was the reason why the actor left the 'Yellowstone' series.

Lupita Nyong'o stars in 'A Quiet Place: Day One', a prequel to the John Krasinski saga (in theaters July 4) and Night M Shyamalan releases 'Trap' (August 2), which takes the sinister to a pop concert.

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