“Don’t worry, honey”, “Avatar” and much more on the billboard of the week

Olivia Wilde’s second film is one of the most anticipated releases of the year, due to the controversy that characterized the filming. (Warner Bros.)

What’s new on the weekly billboard? This Thursday, September 22, arrives Do not worry honey –the controversial film Olivia Wilde– to the big screen in theaters in Latin America; and the Oscar winner Avatar marks its return with a re-release in some countries of the region. Know everything new that we will see from today in the cinema:

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Do not worry honey

In his second time working behind the scenes, Wilde explores suspense and terror in this film starring Florence Pugh Y Harry Styles. It is the most controversial launch of the season and not necessarily because of the story it tells in its more than two hours of duration, but because of the controversial rumors about a stumbled filming. As far as the script is concerned, it is close to a psychological thriller and is set in an American suburb of the 50s, the place where a housewife will begin to question her perfect life.

Harry Styles and Florence Pugh star in “Don’t Worry, Honey.” (Warner Bros.)

Avatar

When the film james cameron was launched in 2009, nothing was the same. He changed cinema in visual and technological terms forever. Later converted into a franchise, the production of sci fi delves into the mission of some soldiers who seek to conquer an alien planet and, to achieve it, one of them will have to infiltrate its inhabitants. At first, he just goes ahead with the operation; however, he falls madly in love and begins to understand the importance of safeguarding nature. The second installment will arrive later this year. act Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaverand others.

"Avatar" was awarded Best Picture at the Oscars in 2010. (Walt Disney)
“Avatar” was awarded Best Picture at the Oscars in 2010. (Walt Disney)

look how they run

saoirse ronan (little women) Y Sam Rockwell (Three ads for a crime) are two inspectors who are assigned to the case of a crime that occurred during the filming of a Hollywood movie. Stalker is a rookie and Stoppard is tired of her job, but they will have to join forces to solve this mystery that resembles a fictional police adventure. The film is directed by Tom George.

This police adventure calls on Saoirse Ronan and Sam Rockwell to bring to life two very different detectives. (SearchlightPictures)
This police adventure calls on Saoirse Ronan and Sam Rockwell to bring to life two very different detectives. (SearchlightPictures)

The orphan: the origin

With the return of Isabelle Fuhrmann to his remembered role, this second installment addresses the events prior to the original 2009 film. The year is 2007 in Estonia, the country of origin of Leena Klammer, a psychopath diagnosed with dwarfism. She is locked up in a psychiatric institute, but manages to escape and steals the identity of Esther Albright, an American girl who disappeared years before. In Russia, she is found by the police and her family in the US is contacted. Esther’s father will welcome her with open arms, but her mother remains skeptical of her sudden return.

More than a decade later, Isabelle Fuhrman returns as Esther in a prequel that explores her origins. (Paramount Pictures)

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“Don’t worry, honey”, “Avatar” and much more on the billboard of the week