The magic of cinema still to come in 2021
The New Year may only be three weeks away, but there are still plenty of fantastic movies to release in December.
The new Spider-Man movie is yet to come, as is the new chapter in the Matrix universe.
There’s a new take on Shakespeare Macbeth’s classic tragedy and a movie about how to please a woman!
Spider-Man: No Path Home
Peter Parker’s identity as Spider-Man has been revealed and he is forced to seek Doctor Strange’s help. However, things turn sour when a spell goes awry and Spidey’s enemies return from alternate realities to weave their own evil web across the world. Jon Watts directs Tom Holland, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Zendaya in the 27th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Thomas A. Anderson (Keanu Reeves) struggles to deal with strange and unnatural events in his life. When a man named Morpheus gives him a red pill to take, Anderson’s mind is reopened to the world of The Matrix. He joins a group of rebels to fight new enemies and save Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) from their machinations. The science fiction film, directed by Lana Wachowski, is the fourth installment in the Matrix franchise.
Lord Macbeth (Denzel Washington), a Scottish nobleman, is convinced by a trio of witches that he will become the next King of Scotland. He sets out to seize power with the help of his wife Lady Macbeth (Frances McDormand). The film is written and directed by Joel Coen and is based on the Macbeth tragedy by William Shakespeare.
Criminals break into a top-secret compound in search of Paul (Bruce Willis), a former US intelligence officer. He must stay alive and prevent his visiting son Paul (Jesse Metcalfe) from falling into the hands of criminals led by Balzary (Chad Michael Murray). James Cullen Bressack directs the first part of the Fortress trilogy.
A newspaper for Jordan
Based on a true story, A newspaper for Jordan is based on the life of Sergeant Monroe King, an American soldier deployed to Iraq who begins a diary for his toddler son. King fills his pages with advice for his son on how to live a decent life before he is killed in action in Baghdad. Directed by Hollywood legend Denzel Washington, A newspaper for Jordan presents the talents of Michael B. Jordan, Tamara Tunie and Chante
The king’s man
In this prequel to popular action spy movies Kingsman: Secret Service (2014) and Kingsman: the golden circle (2017), The Kingsman Agency was formed to oppose an international cabal that plots to kill millions of people. Set in the early years of the 20th century, the Kingsman agency set up My One Man and His Protégé to stop a group of freaks rallying together. Ralph Fiennes stars as Orlando Oxford, with Gemma Arterton as Polly and Rhys Ifans as evil monk Grigory Rasputin.
How to please a woman
In this Australian comedy, Gina (Sally Phillip) is a middle-aged woman who hires handsome men to clean homes and provide other perks for their female customers. However, as her business grows, the long hand of the law steps in, forcing her to reassess her life. Renee Webster is the writer and director of this independent film.
In this animated comedy from the creators of Despicable Me and Minions, Buster Moon (Matthew McConaughey) and his friends must convince rock legend Clay Calloway (Bono) to join them for their new musical. They are due to kick off the show in three weeks to prove they are worthy of success in the Redshore City talent factor.