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Latest movies in cinemas and theaters 2021 /new movies of 2021

Latest movies in cinemas and theaters 2021 /new movies of 2021

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In the world of art, there are films, and when speaking of them, the old can be mixed with the new, as the industry is constantly renewed in all languages at the level of different countries.

But always and forever daily attention turns to the soon-to-be business that is expected to make a big splash. And because we believe in one media platform art in the importance of always highlighting the latest; We bring to you the latest movie trailers released this week for works that will be shown in cinemas or on theaters in 2021.

Between science fiction, drama, animation, stop motion, and fantasy mixed with action; A constellation of genius films awaits us in today’s list, One Media Art. Buckle up, the following teasers are sure to turn your minds upside down and fuel the desire to book tickets even before they hit the market!

Warning

Warning
  • Show date: October 22, 2021
  • Regulatory Rating: R
  • Directed by: Agata Alexander
  • Written by: Agata Alexander, Kayson Kay, Rob Michaelson
  • Starring: Annabelle Wallis, Alice Eve, Thomas Jane
  • Producing Company: Anova Pictures, Lost Lane Entertainment, Particular Crowd
  • Presentation: Cinemas
  • Film rating on IMDb: None
  • Film rating on Rotten Tomatoes: None

Future films have a lot to do with it. Imagining what is to come in the film industry is enough to present very wonderful and imaginative plots, in which the human mind is unleashed to create wonders through script, directing, acting, and musical mixing. That is why the films that are circulating soon; Goosebumps come with how close it is to real-life to the present, and this movie is never far from the real deal.

The events take place shortly, where humans merged with machines, and life seemed really futuristic as imagined by science fiction writers decades ago. We have not reached the stage of flying cars yet, but it is a terrifying stage anyway. Even the gods seem to have been united into one God who is present in every car, and it is even possible to address Him directly and count the sins committed during the month. All this in itself is terrifying, but the most terrifying is the meteor (and possibly meteors) that will hit Earth after only 6 days.

The warning spread in the earth, everything was destroyed, and people folded themselves in supplication to the ancient and modern gods, and between this and that there is an astronaut up there watching everything, so will he be able to do something about the dying planet?

Honey Girls

Honey Girls
  • Show date: October 19, 2021
  • Regulatory Rating: PG
  • Directed by: Terry Fanjoy
  • Written by: Sharon Price-John, Mike Mariano, Cindy McCreary
  • Starring: Ashanti, Ava Grace, Aliyah Masten
  • Producer: Build-a-Bear Workshop Entertainment, Foundation Media Partners
  • Presentation: Sony Display Stand and DVD
  • Film rating on IMDb: None
  • Film rating on Rotten Tomatoes: None

From science fiction and the end of the world to fun, music, and dreams come true; It is one of the films that you love at first sight.

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The story talks about the world’s most famous pop singer, Fancy G, who decided one day to run a very big competition to select young voices who can be “individuals” in the singing battle of the new generation, but she did not know that the directing competition Singles to Light, will create one of the most promising bands of all time.

The applicants for the competition are all girls, and each young woman is supposed to sing individually and compete with others to win, but what the young girls decided is to ally together and create a mysterious band under the title “Honey Girls”, and indeed the band set out to achieve success, but certainly there are obstacles and problems in the way, so will art overcome the calamities of fame? That’s what we’ll all know when we watch the movie soon.

C’mon C’mon

C’mon C’mon
  • Show date: September 2, 2021
  • Regulatory Rating: R
  • Directed by: Mike Mills
  • Written by: Mike Mills
  • Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Gabe Hoffman, Scott McNary
  • Producing Company: A24, BRON Creative
  • Presentation: Cinemas
  • Film rating on IMDb: 8.3 overall
  • Film rating on Rotten Tomatoes: 91% overall.

Joaquin Phoenix has starred in the world of films in recent years, especially after he got the Oscar well-deserved after his very distinguished role in the movie Joker, which shook the cinemas and entered the actor’s history of the world of comic cinema from its widest doors. But apart from the characters of graphic novels, he is an actor with weight in the drama and melancholy ratings, and it seems that his new movie in 2021 will fall into that segment strongly.

When you watch the teaser, you feel life in every inch, despite everything being painted in black and white only. But the images are pure and the human interactions are crystal clear with the viewfinder. At first, you think that it is one of the films that present a page in someone’s life, but soon you discover that that page is folded by another, and here you start to be surprised. The story tells of a radio journalist whose life was traditional and boring, until the day he had to take care of his nephew after her condition deteriorated and for the little boy he became more than just an uncle.

It is a great responsibility, to show the children live through your eyes, but the hero seems to do the opposite; Will he succeed?

LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales

  • Show date: October 1, 2021
  • Regulatory Rating: TV-G
  • Directed by: Ken Cunningham
  • Written by: David Shane
  • Starring: Jack Green, Rafael Alejandro, Trevor DeVall
  • Producing Company: Atomic Cartoons, Lucasfilm Animation, Lucasfilm
  • Presentation: Disney Plus stand
  • Film rating on IMDb: None
  • Film rating on Rotten Tomatoes: None

With a duration of only 44 minutes and an exclusive show on the famous Disney Plus platform, the latest films in the LEGO cinematic series come to light after a long wait, and this time it presents us with the most amazing and terrifying stories from the world of the Star Wars series that we have witnessed for many years in the past until it has become A timeless classic these days.

The movie is animation, as usual in the various Lego movies, and this time the story talks about a group of characters from the beloved Galactic Legion in the series, as it deals with the Emperor of the Dark Side and his Supreme Commander Darth Vader. Heroes must prevent evil from resurfacing, and also escape before they become the shreds that are fed to the cloning machines of the Bloody Emperor’s army.

The movie has a noticeable comedic touch, in addition to the action, of course, and this is what the series is accustomed to, especially since this movie is a continuation of the events of the previous Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker. All in all, the LEGO series is loved around the world.

Witch Hunt

  • Show date: October 1, 2021
  • Regulatory Rating: R
  • Directed by: Elie Callahan
  • Written by: Elie Callahan
  • Starring: Gideon Alldom, Abigail Quinn, Elizabeth Mitchell
  • Producing Company: Defiant Studios, Kodiak Pictures
  • Presentation: Cinemas
  • Film rating on IMDb: 4.2 . overall
  • Film rating on Rotten Tomatoes: 59% overall.

With a horrific R censorship rating, Witch Hunt comes as one of the most important films of 2021 in the horror segment at all, and despite its participation with many other horror films in the word “Witch”, it is completely different from the previous works in terms of plot, characters and perhaps also dramatic escalation.

The world in the USA is not what it used to be, now witches are known, but the practice of witchcraft is never really what the law can handle. As soon as a witch appears on the surface, she is caught and actions are taken with her, and sometimes death is the solution to get rid of the torment. Of course, like our modern world, if you are a minority oppressed in one country, you can seek asylum in another under persecution, but it is not easy without a doubt, and this is where the story of the film begins.

One day, two witches enter the house of a girl who does not want to bring trouble to herself but finds that getting the two girls to the border with Mexico is the only way to save them from the clutches of the American government forces. Will the young girl succeed in bringing the poor women to the southern border in peace? And what horrors await this trembling trio? This is what we will know when we watch.

We Need to Do Something

  • Show date: September 3, 2021
  • Regulatory Rating: R
  • Directed by: Sin King O-Grady
  • Written by: Max Booth III
  • Starring: Sierra McCormick, Vanessa Shaw, Pat Haley
  • Manufacturer: Hantz Motion Pictures, Atlas Industries, A Bigger Boat, Spin a Black Yarn
  • Presentation: Cinemas
  • Film rating on IMDb: 4.5 . overall
  • Film rating on Rotten Tomatoes: 58% overall.

Horror movies seem to stand out in 2021 so far, this movie is also horror, but a bit psychologically scary. The story is about the family of a young girl, Melissa; The family decided to take shelter from the capital in one of the houses, but everyone is surprised that they are trapped in this house, and very terrifying sounds and signs appear that make their stay in the house a hell on earth, without any sign of hope or a way to contact one of them. Everyone’s mental state deteriorates rapidly, but…?

It’s always that “but” that has all the misfortunes. In time, the family discovers that young Melissa and her best friend, Amy, maybe the cause of all the horrors that happen to the family in this cursed house. The question here is… How will the family deal with the two girls? What is the reason for what is actually happening with them? These are all questions that you will definitely answer by watching the movie.

The Girl Who Got Away

  • Show date: August 20, 2021
  • Regulatory Rating: R
  • Directed by: Michael Morrissey
  • Written by: Michael Morrissey
  • Starring: Kay Cherman, Timothy J. Alex, Eddie Beveridge
  • Producing Company: Boy Wonder Productions, Lords Of Magic
  • Presentation: Cinemas
  • Film rating on IMDb: 5.1 overall
  • Film rating on Rotten Tomatoes: None

Movies that talk about psychological horror abound, but we rarely see them as a prelude to an action plot in the middle, and this is the case with the movie. The story begins in New York 1998; The time when mad Mrs. Elizabeth Caufield, a serial killer who has kidnapped five girls long ago and says they were her daughters, was arrested, 4 bodies were soon discovered in her backyard, and the fifth girl escaped before the fifth body became. But does the tragedy end here?

of course not.

Weeks, months, and years have passed since the incident while the fifth girl tries to continue living after the bitter experience, but she is surprised that the serial killer managed to escape from her prison, and now she is looking for her to kill her and finish what she started 20 years ago.

And now we have come to the end of today’s list, really great and distinctive teasers, some of these films have already been released and have existing and distinguished ratings in the industry, and others we are undoubtedly waiting for their release, and what is certain is that art is always renewed, and it will never cease to amaze us!

Latest movies in cinemas and theaters 2021 /new movies of 2021

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