Theaters in the United States will experience a true resurrection in mid-2021, with several premieres seeking to revitalize a film industry that suffered the ravages of COVID-19. The return to the “old normality”, seen from the symbolic measure of not requiring masks to those who are vaccinated, will have box office premieres, starting with F9, a new installment of the successful saga Fast and furious (Fast and Furious); and also a striking version of Suicide Squad Directed by the controversial but successful James Gunn.
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- Title in Spanish: Fast and furious 9
- Director: Justin lin
- Main cast: Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodríguez, Jordana Brewste
- Premiere: June 25, 2021
The proof that summer has arrived and that the world of cinema and entertainment have returned to normal is that we have a new film by Fast and Furious. And the trailer describes quite explicitly what we can expect in Fast and furious 9. If in the saga we have seen dozens of cars explode, the occasional tank, several planes and even submarines, what is the only thing that is needed? Flying cars, of course. There will also be unlikely scenes of spectacular rollovers caused by unimaginable magnets. Latin talent puts him, who else, Michelle Rodríguez in the role of Letty.
- Title in Spanish: Suicide squad
- director: James Gunn
- Main cast: Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, John Cena
- Premiere: August 6, 2021.
There are at least a couple of reasons why fans of DC comics are beyond excited for The Suicide Squad. That the film is directed by an unscrupulous guy with a proven talent for superhero cinema (we are talking about James Gunn) is one of them, but also the fans highlight the presence of Starro, a supervillain who is only recognizable if he is a geek of strain. And not to mention King Shark, who who signs this note inevitably reminds him of the Street Sharks. In the Latin talent there is Alice Braga as Sol Soria, and in a secondary, Joaquín Cosío as General Mateo Suárez.
- Title in Spanish: Weather
- director: M. Night Shyamalan
- Main cast: Gael García Bernal, Vicky Krieps, Thomasin McKenzie
- Premiere: July 23, 2021
The last thriller by director M. Night Shyamalan is about a family who goes on vacation to a beach where, for some strange reason, it causes them to age so accelerated that their lives will be consumed in a single day. The premise promises a lot of suspense and intrigue, and it goes without saying that the clothes of the affected elderly also adapt to their new size. The Mexican Gael García has one of the protagonists.
- Title in Spanish: The infinite purge
- Director: Everardo Gout
- Main cast: Ana de la Reguera, Tenoch Huerta, Josh Lucas
- Premiere: July 2, 2021
The universe of the series movies The purge extends his fantasy to a time when his heinous crimes continue to take place in illegality. The title of The purge forever (in Spain) does not finish convincing the fans of the series, which will have two Mexicans in its leading roles: Ana de la Reguera and Tenoch Huerta.
- Title in Spanish: The Boss Baby: Family Business
- Director: Tom mcgrath
- Main cast: Alec Baldwin, James Marsden, Amy Sedaris
- Premiere: July 2, 2021
After becoming one of the highest-grossing children’s films of 2017, The Boss Baby returns with a protagonist in diapers (Amy Sedaris), who will be in charge of reuniting some older and estranged Templeton brothers to turn them back into babies and face an evil corporation. Eva Longoria lends her voice to Carol Templeton.
- Title in Spanish: Escape Room 2: You’re dying to get out
- director: Adam Robitel
- Main cast: Taylor Russell, Logan Miller, Thomas Cocquerel
- Premiere: July 16th
Escape room became one of the most successful films of 2019, so its sequel, titled Tournament of Champions promises to be one of the highest grossing of 2021. The plot puts the survivors Zoey Davis (Taylor Russell) and Ben Miller (Logan Miller) in a new test organized by the company Minos. From the trailer we see spectacular scenes that promise to have us on the edge of the armchair. Among the Latin talent are the Mexican-Puerto Rican Carlito Olivero and the American of Puerto Rican and Dominican descent Indya Moore.