Aaron Poole looks ahead to the upcoming Hollywood highlights
This year, cinemas were able to reopen without capacity restrictions. As 2021 is closed, no time to die became the number one Bond film of all time at the Irish island box office. Such a performance during social distancing and limited moviegoing was considerable. A string of top films on the big screen with surround sound lured people away from their couches.
A strong kick followed The Batman, Sing 2, Spiderman: No Way Home, Uncharted and Belfast to date at the top of the cash year. Meanwhile, theatrical ad sales are approaching pre-pandemic levels. Core’s latest forecasts show a 68 percent increase in cinema advertising south of the border in 2021, and revenues are expected to rise again by 82 percent in 2022.
There are opportunities for advertisers to capture on-screen, whether in-reel or sponsoring seasonal line-ups. The upcoming movie listing features new takes on popular properties and anticipated sequels of some of the most critically acclaimed movies. Jurassic World: Dominion sees the return of series original stars Jeff Goldblum, Sam Neill and Laura Dern as support.
Butler serves an ace as Presley: elvis is Baz Luhrmann’s biopic about Elvis Presley, probably the most famous and popular rock ‘n’ roll star of all time. Austin Butler plays the title role of Presley, from his childhood through his meteoric rise to fame in the 1950s and his complex relationship with his manager, Colonel Tom Parker, played by Tom Hanks. The film had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival and is considered a contender for next year’s Oscars.
Director Colin Trevorrow promises a gripping ending law fans. light year is the latest version of the toy story Hero that tells the story of Buzz’s early days at Star Command. Starring Chris Evans, this Disney Pixar production promises to take audiences to infinity and beyond.
Austin Butler was born to play the title role in elvis, as he pulls off Presley’s looks and mannerisms with ease. From the perspective of Presley’s manager, Colonel Tom Parker, played by Tom Hanks, Baz Luhrmann’s biopic tells the story of the King’s rise to fame in the 1950s.
These little yellow figures have become a symbol of fun and frivolity. Minions: The Rise of Gru picks up where the story began and serves as a prequel to Despicable Me. With the first minions After taking third place at the ROI box office in 2015, it’s one to watch this summer.
Following Go out and UsDirector Jordan Peele’s penchant for themed horror continues with his latest offering – nope. The trailer hints at nationalism and colonization woven into a neo-western narrative. Not much is known aside from its particular setting, there is an expectation nope will continue Peele’s groundbreaking narrative exploring representation in Hollywood.
High-octane action and a star-studded cast promise to make it fast train unavoidable. Brad Pitt plays a retired assassin on a final mission aboard Japan’s famous bullet train, but things get out of hand as he battles other assassins for his objective.
Kevin Hart returns The man from Toronto, alongside his signature comedic style. After being mistaken for an assassin while staying in an Airbnb, Hart must team up with a real life assassin to get the job done. Expect situational, body, and slapstick comedy due date vein.
In connection to Into the Spider-VerseSony is all in on the animated Spider-Man lot. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Part 1 begins the next chapter in Miles Morales’ journey, with Shameik Moore and Hailee Steinfeld returning as Miles and Spider-Gwen.
Black Adam promises to be a darker, more unadulterated antithesis to 2019 Shazam. The story follows the Justice Society of America (JSA), led by Pierce Brosnan’s Doctor Fate, as the JSA tries to stop the despot, played by Dwayne Johnson, from wreaking havoc on the world.
If ever there was a candidate for future guilty pleasure, this is it Entrance ticket to paradise. Things get messy when a divorced couple tries to give their daughter some romantic advice. Starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts, it’s a feel-good Adam Sandler-esque rom-com Just join us.
When avatar (above) was released in 2009 and soon became the highest-grossing film of its time. Nobody knows exactly what avatar 2 could offer, but expect revolutionary performance capture and state-of-the-art production. It could break box office records for sheer intrigue and nostalgia. Another sequel is on the way Black Panther: Wakanda Forever with the late Chadwick Boseman.
From the West End to the big screen, Mathilde is a musical version of the classic by Roald Dahl. It has been a commercial and critical success since its debut, winning 12 awards. Starring Emma Thompson as Miss Trunchbull, it should attract fans old and new when it comes out in December.
Aaron Poole is the Marketing Operations Administrator at Wide Eye Media