Director: Paul Dugdale
Players: Ariana Grande
The film, which is about Ariana Grande's experiences as part of her Sweetner World Tour, tells with all sincerity what happens behind the scenes, in rehearsals and in the background of concerts. Documentary film December 21, 2020 it will be published on the day. For those who want to turn their house into a dance floor rather than spend the longest night under a blanket, Ariana Grande's documentary is perfect…
Director: George C. Wolfe
Players: Viola Davis, Chadwick Boseman, Colman Domingo
Adapted from the Pulitzer Prize-winning August Wilson play, the film tells the story of Ma Rainey (Viola Davis), an ambitious musician and “mother of the Blues.” As the tension between the parties grows decidedly as a result of “white management's” effort to control Ma Rainey, it remains for the audience to enjoy this beautiful story, blended with the blues. On December 18, 2020 the film to be released is a great option, especially for those who love music-oriented movies.
Author: Tea Lindeburg
Players: Danica Curcic, Lars Brygmann, Karoline Hamm
Astrid (Danica Curcic), who is greatly traumatized by the mysterious disappearance of a school class in 1999, sets out to discover what really happened when she learns that the only survivor of the incident has mysteriously died. The series, which will be broadcast on December 30, 2020, looks like it will be a pretty good option for lovers of Scandinavian genre thrillers.
Director: George Clooney
Players: George Clooney, Felicity Jones, Kyle Chandler
Director and actor Geroge Clooney describes the film, which will be released on Netflix on December 23, 2020: "it's like a mix of Midnight Sky, gravity and The Revenant."A post-apocalyptic story, the film tells the story of scientist Augustine Lofthouse (George Clooney), who lives alone at the North Pole after a global disaster, trying not to return his astronaut friends to a catastrophic world.
Author: Chris Van Dusen
Players: Adjoa Andoh, Julie Andrews, Jonathan Bailey
Series 3, which will be released on Netflix on December 25, 2020. As a result of George's discomfort, 1811-1820 takes place during the “Regency” period, when the country was ruled by the Regent. Adapted from Julia Quinn's book series, the series follows the experiences of Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor), the eldest daughter of the influential Bridgerton family, who first enters the world of competitive marriage in London society. A story of lust, wealth and betrayal…
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