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What To Watch Movie in Italia? Everything Fans Need To Know Italia Recent Films

Let’s take a look at what’s to come fans need know in Italia. And let’s also clear up any questions you may have on what’s next for to movies streaming in italia!

Like most recent films, Kingsman fans have had to wait longer than anticipated for the next installment of their favorite British action comedy. Kingsman 3 production was delayed even before the COVID-19 pandemic, but fans waiting for the final film of the Kingsman series won’t be in the dark for much longer.

The third movie released in the Kingsman cinematic universe is not actually Kingsman 3: it’s a prequel. However, the film guarantees to give us some clues as to what lies ahead in the third movie of the original Kingsman trilogy.

The King’s Man, set to release on December 22, 2021, is the technically third movie released about the Kingsman agency, following Kingsman: The Secret Service (2015) and Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017).

However, this is a prequel film, not an installment in the original trilogy. You’ll get an inside look at how and why the first independent spy agency formed in the first place.

If you’re a history buff, you’ll recognize the first character that enters on screen in the trailer as none other than Rasputin: the infamous mystic and confidant to the last emperor of Russia.

Goldfingers: Meet The Writers of Every James Bond film This Century

On Neal Purvis and Robert Wade’s watch, the secret agent has become a parent, grown his hair and even alluded to gay experiences. It even rains in Bond films now. But after the ending of No Time to Die, even they don’t know what happens next

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When Neal Purvis and Robert Wade were students together in the late 1970s, they formed a band and wrote their own James Bond theme. “It was called Never Say Thunderballs Dr No,” Purvis tells me. “Musically, it was quite good,” offers Wade. The group is still going strong, with Rat Scabies of the Damned on drums. A decade ago, they even played their Bond theme to the producer Michael G Wilson, who with his half-sister Barbara Broccoli is one of the custodians of the franchise. “He said: ‘Don’t give up your day job,’” Purvis shrugs. “Which I thought was a bit unnecessary.”

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Not too hurtful, though, when your day job is writing James Bond movies. Purvis (60) and Wade (59), have had a hand in every instalment since The World Is Not Enough, back when Pierce Brosnan was still rocking the tuxedo. They oversaw the bare-bones Daniel Craig reboot (Casino Royale), the first Bond movie to be a direct sequel (Quantum of Solace), the death of Judi Dench as M (Skyfall), the return of arch-villain Blofeld (Spectre) and the twists and shocks of No Time to Die. This is no time for spoilers, but it is giving nothing away to reveal that Craig’s swansong is not simply a Bond farewell. It’s an absolute James-changer.

It hasn’t all been plain sailing. “When Casino Royale was released, we were introduced somewhere as the people who saved Bond,” says Purvis. “They were forgetting we were also the ones who’d done Die Another Day.” That maligned movie, Brosnan’s last in the role, has come in for no end of stick over the years, mostly for its invisible car. “We actually featured that car in every one of Daniel’s Bonds,” says Wade. “You just never saw it.”

On Set After Alec Baldwin Film Shooting

The Rookie has officially banned “live” firearms on the set of the series following the incident involving Alec Baldwin and cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of the upcoming film, Rust. The Rookie stars Nathan Fillion as a rookie on the Los Angeles Police Department. It has been a staple of the ABC lineup since its initial debut in 2018.

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The entertainment industry continues to reel from the death of Halyna Hutchins following the accidental discharge of a prop gun on the set of Rust. The incident occurred yesterday and has sent shockwaves through the internet as fans and insiders respond. What happened on the set of Rust comes after several members of the crew complained about the unsafe working conditions on the movie, and serves as an eerie reminder of how dangerous filming a movie can be at times. Specifically, it recalls the tragic death of Brandon Lee on the set of The Crow, as Lee was similarly killed when a mishandled prop firearm went off during production.

Headline Prequel Series ‘John Wick’

Starz’s TV series prequel to the Keanu Reeves film franchise John Wick. Woodell, who will play Winston Scott, the younger version of Ian McShane’s character from the John Wick films, joins Mel Gibson in the three-night special-event TV series, produced by Lionsgate Television.

The Continental explores the origin behind the hotel-for-assassins, a centerpiece of the John Wick universe, through the eyes and actions of a young Winston Scott (Woodell) who is dragged into the Hell-scape of a 1975 New York City to face a past he thought he’d left behind. Winston charts a deadly course through the New York’s mysterious underworld in a harrowing attempt to seize the iconic hotel, which serves as the meeting point for the world’s most dangerous criminals.

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Directing Thor: Ragnarok Almost Missed Out

Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi almost missed out completely on directing the movie, with Disney’s animated hit movie Moana saving the day!

Thor: Ragnarok director, Taika Waititi, came very close to not directing the acclaimed Marvel movie. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has become a box office behemoth for Disney, and Thor: Ragnarok is regarded as a triumph, as well as one of the finest installments in the MCU. After the underwhelming Thor: The Dark World, Ragnarok was released on November 3rd, 2017, as the 17th MCU movie. Noted for its vibrant visuals, off-beat humor, and absorbing direction, the movie received widespread critical acclaim. Grossing $854 million at the box office, the movie became the highest grossing installment in the trilogy.

Denis Villeneuve Director of Movie Dune

Dune features some of the most lavish world-building in the history of science-fiction – here’s a complete Dune glossary of terms you need to know, Dune director Denis Villenueve discusses the influence that George Lucas’ space opera series has had on his own adaptation of Frank Herbert’s novel.

Denis Villeneuve, director of Dune, recently opened up about the influence that the Star Wars franchise has had over his latest sci-fi epic. Dune itself is an adaptation of Frank Herbert’s seminal sci-fi novel of the same name – one that highly influenced a young George Lucas when he was beginning to pen the first drafts of the first Star Wars film in the 1970s. Although the original novel influenced the Star Wars galaxy to a great extent, Villeneuve ironically had to contend with the legacy of Lucas’ space opera franchise while developing his own take on the Dune mythos.

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From the start of Dune’s development, Villeneuve has been transparent about the challenges of working in the shadow of Star Wars’ inescapable cinematic legacy. Those ignorant of Dune’s influence on Star Wars could mistakenly see the former as being a retread of the latter, especially given the focus on intergalactic politics, desert settings, and mystical magic-wielders present in both. As such, Villenueve has had to both work within that legacy of Star Wars while still forging his own path with a modernized take on Herbert’s novel. The director outright described his film as “Star Wars for adults” before the first scripts were even completed.