In 2020, the cinema celebrated an important anniversary (debuting, for the first time, in front of an audience thanks to Lumière on December 28, 1895). 125 years later, the cinema suffered a setback due to the pandemic. With the latest DPCM, the Italian cinemas will remain closed until next January 15th.
Covid-19, in addition to upsetting the lives of all of us, has hit the world industry with the Hollywood majors forced to postpone mega-productions, distribute films in streaming and postpone the releases of many films.
So, 2021 promises to be the year of recovery for cinema with a very busy calendar, including new and postponed titles. Starting with No Time to Die: that sighed Bond 25 with Daniel Craig struggling with a breathtaking chase through the Sassi of Matera. 2021 will be the year of “Tom Impossible” with the highly anticipated Top Gun 35 years later (2 July) and with the seventh chapter of the daring adventures of secret agent Ethan Hunt (November 19), complete with a spin on the streets of Rome.
Thrill with Cruise stunt-reckless is guaranteed! Get ready for a 2021 by Marvel, with Phase 4 coming. The superhero battleship has an agenda full of appointments: from Black Widow (May 7) a Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (July 9) until The Eteni (November 5).
Among the Italian films that we can’t wait to see, Freaks Out by acclaimed director de They called him Jeeg Robot Gabriele Mainetti e Diabolik with the “Gypsy” Luca Marinelli and Miriam Leone in Eva Kant’s catsuit.
These and many other titles will be added to the 2021 cinematic novelties (in the gallery above). From Cinderella Camila Cabello in his first feature film a Cruella Emma Stone in the spotted fur of the villain Disney, from sequel to Suicide Squad a Matrix 4 until the live action of Pinocchio according to Guillermo Del Toro.