Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya in the second part of “Dune”
Because of the great success of “Dune” with Timothée Chalamet, the second part of the science fiction film awaits us in 2023. Directed by Denis Villeneuve, the blockbuster, which is expected to premiere in the fall, will focus more on Zendaya’s character Chani, a member of the nomadic Fremen tribe. The first part of “Dune” achieved a very good result in 2021 despite the pandemic. The sci-fi epic also won six Oscars.
“Barbie” with Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling
In “Barbie” Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling become the famous dolls. Not much is known about the comedy, which is due to hit theaters this summer. Flashy set images and the first tongue-in-cheek trailer definitely speak for a comedy. The fact that the director Greta Gerwig is responsible for it gives hope for a clever work.
“Repository” – Cate Blanchett as an icy chief conductor
In “Tár” Cate Blanchett plays the fictional first chief conductor of a large German orchestra. The life of the icy and successful conductor Lydia gets out of hand because of abuse allegations. The drama, in which Nina Hoss plays a supporting role, hits theaters in February.
“Oppenheimer”: Christopher Nolan tells about the atomic bomb
A sophisticated thriller based on real events awaits us with the new film by Christopher Nolan from July. “Oppenheimer” tells of the development of the atomic bomb in World War II and the role of the physicist Robert Oppenheimer in it. Emily Blunt plays Oppenheimer’s wife, along with Robert Downey Jr., Florence Pugh and Matt Damon.
“The three ???” investigate again
Maybe not a blockbuster, but a good family film starts on January 26th: “The Three ??? – Legacy of the Dragon”. The young detectives Justus Jonas, Peter and Bob are back. In order to solve a rather sinister case, they are allowed to travel all the way to Romania, where the friends are doing an internship on a film set. As soon as they arrive, mysterious events begin to pile up at an old castle that serves as the backdrop for the film. The three detectives want to find out what all this can have to do with a boy who has been missing for over 50 years, a mysterious brotherhood and a mysterious undead. There was harsh criticism of the film in advance in the media. For example, the Catholic news agency KNA writes: “Despite a solid cast of young leading actors – including Julius Weckauf (“The boy must go to air”) as Justus Jonas – the level of tension remains modest due to colorless antagonists and overly bold musical accompaniment.”