In December on Sky and NOW you will find Sky Cinema Christmas And Sky Cinema Harry Pottertwo schedules that will accompany you during all the holidays.
From Thursday 1 to Saturday 31 December come back Sky Cinema Christmas, the channel now in its twelfth edition. It offers programming in keeping with the holiday spirit with over 50 titles, including first-runs WHO FRAMED SANTA CLAUS? (Mon. 5 Dec. at 21.15 on Sky Cinema Uno and 21.45 on Sky Cinema Christmas), A CHRISTMAS STORY CHRISTMAS (Tues. 6 Dec.) e 7 WOMEN AND A MYSTERY (Sun. 11 December at 21.15 on Sky Cinema Uno and 21.45 on Sky Cinema Christmas).
The spirit of the holidays is breathed in classic Christmas stories such as: the film based on the novel by Frances H. Burnett THE LITTLE LORD with Rick Schroder and Alec Guinness; the cult fantasy film GREMLINS, directed by Joe Dante and produced by Steven Spielberg
The Christmas atmosphere is not lacking in films that are now indispensable during the holidays. Among these the romantic SERENDIPITY – WHEN LOVE IS MAGIC with Kate Beckinsale and John Cusack. It’s still: DICKENS – THE MAN WHO INVENTED CHRISTMAS starring Dan Stevens as Charles Dickens.. The heartwarming true story of a dog and his master, played by Richard Gere, HACHIKO – YOUR BEST FRIEND. Sky Original Christmas comedy A CHRISTMAS NUMBER ONE with Freida Pinto and Iwan Rheon. And SUDDEN CHRISTMAS with Diane Keaton and John Goodman.
Italian comedies cannot be missing, such as THE BAND OF SANTA CLAUSES with Aldo, Giovanni and Giacomo e THE FIRST CHRISTMAS with Ficarra and Picone. Christmas films produced by Sky A CHRISTMAS FOR TWO with Enrico Brignano and Alessandro Gassmann e A CHRISTMAS WITH FLAKES with Alessandro Gassmann and Silvio Orlando. The successful fantasy comedy THE BEFANA COMES AT NIGHT with Paola Cortellesi and Stefano Fresi and the prequel THE BEFANA COMES AT NIGHT II – THE ORIGINS with Monica Bellucci, Fabio De Luigi and Zoe Massenti.
As for “made in USA” comedies: BAD MOMS 2: MUCH BAD MOMS with Mila Kunis and Susan Sarandon e ESCAPE FROM CHRISTMAS with Tim Allen, Jamie Lee Curtis and Dan Aykroyd. Finally, there are animations of the caliber of the DreamWorks blockbuster RISE OF THE GUARDIANS.
From Friday 23 to Saturday 31 December Sky Cinema Family becomes Sky Cinema Harry Potter. This is on the occasion of the first viewing FANTASTIC BEASTS – DUMBLEDORE’S SECRETS (Mon. 26 Dec. at 21.15 on Sky Cinema Uno and 21.45 on Sky Cinema Harry Potter). The third installment of the Fantastic Beasts saga, spin-off and prequel to the Harry Potter film series, was one of the biggest grossers of the season. Starring Jude Law, Eddie Redmayne and Mads Mikkelsen.
Together with FANTASTIC BEASTS: DUMBLEDORE’S SECRETS, return to the channel HARRY POTTER, with the 8 films of the film saga. Born from the pen of the English writer JK Rowling, interpreted on the big screen by Daniel Radcliffe. With him Emma Watson as Hermione Granger, Rupert Grint in those of Ron Weasley, Alan Rickman in those of Severus Snape e Robbie Coltrane in Hagrid’s.