The women take the tea to the big screen

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Alex Garland transpose to the big screen the acclaimed novel by Jeff VanderMeer “Annihilation”. Natalie Portman plays a biologist who investigates in the company of other scientists to an area where there have been a number of mysterious deaths.

Whether or not you have watched the 75th Golden Globes ceremony, there’s a strong chance that you have heard of the little phrase, murders launched by Natalie Portman at the time of presenting the best director award : “And here is the list exclusively male named ! “At his side, Ron Howard laughed yellow. Later in the evening, it was the turn of Barbra Streisand to remember that she was the only woman to have won this award… there are already 34 years old !

 

That will be there for the next edition of the Golden Globes ? A quick look at what american cinema in store for us in the next few months can see that the directors of renowned sailing with attractive proposals. After you have enabled the actresses to denounce loud and clear the sexual misconduct of men, machismo, and systemic inequity in pay, it might be time that the approximately 90 members of the foreign press based in Los Angeles to do their own examination of conscience.

 

Claws of female


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Lynne Ramsay is back with the adaptation of the novel by Jonathan Ames “You Were Never Really Here”, a drama of manners in which Joaquin Phoenix plays a navy suicidal.

Seven years after the hard-hitting We Need to Talk About Kevin, based on the novel by Lionel Shriver, Lynne Ramsay is back with the adaptation of the novel by Jonathan Ames You Were Never Really Here (2 march). In this drama of manners compared to Taxi Driver Martin Scorsese, Joaquin Phoenix plays a navy suicidal who goes in search of the daughter of a senator kidnapped by a network of sex trafficking.

 

In A shortcut in time (9 march), filmmaker Ava DuVernay, whose film Selma, about Martin Luther King, had picked up a nomination in the category of best film Oscar in 2015, powering Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling in the fifth dimension. For her part, the actress Elizabeth Chomko wrote and directed his first feature film, What They Had (23 march). Hilary Swank played a female mate to return to his native village to find his mother suffering from Alzheimer’s disease (Blythe Danner), who was lost during a snow storm.

 

Actresses at the top of the poster

 

Helen Mirren in a horror film inspired by a true story ? You have to admit that it piques your curiosity ! In Winchester – The House that Ghosts Build (2 February), Michael and Peter Spierig, the imperial actress plays a widow who is constantly build the parts in his house for fear of being killed by ghosts. Today, this mansion is a tourist attraction in California.

 

Four years after its dazzling first film, Ex Machina, Alex Garland transpose to the big screen the acclaimed novel by Jeff VanderMeer Annihilation (23 February). Natalie Portman, Gina Rodriguez, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Thessa Thompson play, respectively, a biologist, an anthropologist, a psychologist, and a surveyor who will investigate in an area where took place of the mysterious deaths.

 

Having led in the saga Hunger Games, Francis Lawrence, finds Jennifer Lawrence in Red Sparrow (2 march). The actress, who plays a Russian ballerina turned into a ruthless spy, suffer a fate more enviable than in Mother ! Darren Aronofksy ? Finally, in Tomb Raider (16 march), Roar Uthaug, Alicia Vikander, Oscar for best supporting actress for The Danish Girl, will she forget Angelina Jolie in lending its traits to the archaeologist daredevils of the popular video game ?

The return of the black panther

In the coming months, this is not in a, but in two movies that we will be better able to know what wood heaters the prince T challa aka Black Panther. Two years after his debut in Captain America : Civil War, Chadwick Boseman dons new costume of the superhero in african Black Panther (16 February), the director of Creed, Ryan Coogler, and Avengers – Infinity Wars (4 may), Anthony and Joe Russo.

A doubled Spielberg

While The Post, nominated six times for the Golden Globes, arrives barely on our screens, this is the veteran Steven Spielberg us the grace of a second film in the spring. Adaptation of the best-selling dystopian Ernest Cline – Ready Player One (30 march), the film tells the story of a young geek (Tye Sheridan) from in search of an Easter egg than a rich eccentric has hidden in the OASIS, a virtual world in which took refuge the human race, in order to inherit his fortune.

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