The billboard depicts ‘Halloween Kills’

‘Halloween Kills’, the perfect choice for horror movie lovers.

Today, Friday 22 October, ‘Halloween Kills’ will hit the Spanish screens, along with other novelties such as the animated film ‘Ron da error’; Wes Anderson’s novel, “The French Chronicle”; the romantic ‘Supernova’ or the comedy ‘Between roses’.

Since John Carpenter presented the Michael Myers story with ‘Halloween Night’ in 1978, it has become a classic at this time of year. Actress Jamie Lee Curtis returns for sixth time as Laurie Strode for ‘Halloween kills‘, the twelfth installment of the genre’s top-grossing saga. Directed by David Gordon Green, it takes place on All Hallows’ Eve, minutes after the monster was trapped in the basement in the previous chapter and set the house on fire. But the fall won’t be a problem to continue the carnage. The film, which was presented at the latest edition of the Venice International Film Festival and participated in the official portion of the recent Sitges Film Festival, reached number 1 at the US box office last weekend, with over 50 million collecting dollars.

The animation film ‘Ron gives error’ will be released for all target groups.

The animation film is available for all target groups.Ron is wrong‘, the new production from 20th Century Studios and Locksmith Animation. It is the story of a true friendship in a universe dominated by online relationships. The adventure of Barney, a high school student with social problems, and Ron, his new digitally connected device, who walks and talks and has funny dysfunctions.

From visionary Oscar-nominated director Wes Anderson, comes’The French Chronicle (from the Liberty, Kansas Evening Sun)‘, about the latest issue of an American magazine published in a fictional 20th-century French city. Presented as a love letter to journalists, it features a choral cast with names such as Benicio del Toro, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Frances McDormand, Bill Murray, Léa Seydoux or Timothèe Chalamet, the latter already on the billboard with ‘Sin tiempo para die’ and ‘Dune’, respectively. Set in a newspaper office, it gives life to a collection of articles published in the magazine ‘The French Dispatch’.

In addition, we find insupernova‘a romantic, original and modern love story by British actor Harry Macqueen, who wrote the script and directed the film. Oscar winner Colin Firth plays Sam and Stanley Tucci is Tusker, a couple who decide to make the end of their lives a celebration of the friendship and happiness they’ve been able to share. A road trip to see friends and family and visit the places they have traveled in the past.

Between roses‘is directed by Pierre Pinaud and starring Catherine Frot, one of the great ladies of French cinema, with a special gift for comedy. Another hymn to friendship, through a fresh and clear story of how roses are made. It’s about Eve, a well-known rose designer who is not having her best moment, and about the private employees of her nursery, who carry out a crazy plan to change the fate of the family business.

Winston Ferguson

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