July clapperboard in the name of great action cinema, starting with the cover film, the highly anticipated new action thriller by the Russo brothers by Netflix. The Gray Man it will arrive first in theaters, and then, again in the month of July, it will land on the streaming platform.
A spectacular film that sees the protagonist Ryan Gosling, awkward special agent who is hunted down to make him disappear. In charge of the mission is a ruthless Chris Evans, while Ana De Armas instead he will try to save his life. We talked about the film with the Russo Bros, directors of the Avengers diptych that closed phase III of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with record takings.
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And speaking of Marvel, the Thunder King is back on the big screen. Thor: Love and Thunder is a film that will hold many surprises, as always when we talk about Taika Waititi, the eccentric Australian director Oscar winner for JoJo Rabbit. Come back Chris Hemsworth and above all expect one Natalie Portman like you’ve never seen it before.
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The summer heat wave is refreshed by the chills of terror of some great horror films that will hit theaters in the coming months. One is actually already in the room, Black Phonefor which we interviewed the protagonist exclusively Ethan Hawke. But in our special you will also find a long exclusive conversation with Ti Westdirector of the extreme X – A Sexy Horror Storyand services on You will not be aloneone of the surprises of the last Sundance Film Festival, e The Twin.
Fear of the author also for Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon, feminist and lysergic vampire movie straight from Venice 78, but July also means animated cinema. That of a Master like Hayao Miyazakiwhich returns to theaters in the two summer months with all its masterpieces, from The enchanted city to My friend Totoro. And then on Netflix, with the spectacular The monster of the seasfor which we interviewed Oscar-winning director Chris Williams exclusively.
There is also a lot of Italian cinema to talk about, starting with the 60th anniversary celebration of OvertakingDino Risi’s masterpiece for which we also paid tribute to one of its two protagonists, Jean-Louis Trintignantwho left us on June 17th.
We also talk about the return of Aldo Baglio solo in the funny comedy A breath of fresh airsigned by Alessio Lauria, and the phenomenon Love & Gelatoan Italian teen comedy that is registering a great international success on Netflix.
We turn the newspaper and talk about series. Indeed, let’s talk about Stranger Thingswith the fourth season that is beating all viewing records on Netflix, waiting for the final episodes and especially the fifth season, which will close a saga that has become a classic in a few years.
After the countercover, you will find a very rich special on the brave boys of Hawkins, but also lots of news on the other series of the month and already in progress. We talked to one of the protagonists of Das Bootnow in its third season, we have seen the British miniseries The village of the damnedbased on a classic of science fiction.
It also comes from Great Britain Agatha Christie – Why didn’t they ask Evans?, while from the United States two great action series. The first is We Own This Citynew creature of David Simon, already author of a milestone in seriality such as The Wire. And then we have an exclusive interview Antoine Fuquawho signs the direction of The Terminal ListPrime Video series starring Chris Pratt.
And then of course reviews of films and TV series, interviews, our columns and much more in the July issue of Ciak, really not to be missed.