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Hollywood blockbuster movies, which have been delayed due to the COVID-19 crisis, are coming in large numbers in the second half of the year. The action blockbuster is set to be released at the end of this month, and the new Marvel superheroes and drew attention with the appearance of the SF blockbuster and Ma Dong-Seok. One after another, he meets the audience.

The first movie that comes to the theater is 007. No Time to Die, which will be released in Korea for the first time in the world at 5 pm on the 29th, has many twists and turns, including delaying its release three times amid the COVID-19 crisis. After leaving the British spy agency MI6, James Bond (Daniel Craig), who was living a peaceful life with Madeleine (Lea Sedou), comes to visit the US Central Intelligence Agency agent Felix (Jeffrey Wright). He informs Bond of the leak of a new form of a biochemical weapon capable of selective DNA attack. Returning to save the world from terror threats, James Bond meets a new MI Six agent, Nomi (Rushana Lynch), and realizes that the worst enemy, Safin (Rami Malek), is entangled in fate behind everything. Known as Daniel Craig’s last 007 films, Rami Malek, who played Freddie Mercury in ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ will play the villain, drawing more attention.

Denis Villeneuve’s new film, Dune, has been called ‘the most revolutionary project since’ and is expected to be released next month. On the 6th, a part of the enormous story was revealed through a special screening of IMAX held at Yongsan I-Park Mall, CGV, Seoul. In the year 1191 AD, the legendary Messiah Paul, who was destined to ascend to the throne of the universe, fights against the forces of evil over ‘Spice,’ a life-sustaining resource and a sacred hallucinogen on the sand planet ‘Dune’ of Arakis. It is part 1 of a two-part film. Published in 1965 by Frank Herbert, the novel of the same name has sold 20 million copies worldwide, making it the highest-selling monograph series in the history of SF novels. This novel, which won the Best Feature Award at the Hugo Award, which is called the SSF Nobel Prize, inspired the movies, the drama, and the game, and had a considerable influence on the history of modern pop culture. is a crazy classic.

Denis Villeneuve, a leading Hollywood director who directed, and, directed the original, had a lot of difficulty in making it into a movie due to its vast and esoteric content. Timote Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Jason Momoa, Josh Brolin, Javier Bardem, Zendaya, and others with a gorgeous casting line are also hot topics. In particular, Timote Chalamet, who first appeared in the SF movie, seems to be a tailored casting for Paul, who is both intelligent and charismatic. At the screening that day, director Villeneuve said, “I read the original work when I was a teenager and kept it in my heart for a long time.” “This movie is a letter to the original.” Hans Zimmer, a master of film music, participated is also a point to watch.

The Eternals, which will officially announce the opening of Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), which is undoubtedly in name and name, is set to be released in November. Directed by Chloe Zhao, who swept the world film festival with the movie Nomadland last year, is a film about immortal heroes who have been living invisible for thousands of years as the old enemies of mankind since (2019). It contains a story as they join forces again to face the ‘Debian.’ Also of interest is the chemistry that Ma Dong-Seok, who plays the role of ‘Gilgamesh,’ will show with Hollywood actors such as Angelina Jolie.
The Hollywood blockbuster that will mark the end of December is the third ‘Spider-Man’ series. After breaking up with Iron Man, Peter Parker (Tom Holland), who grows up to be the next superhero, faces an enemy in another world when the multiverse opens with the wrong magic spell of Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch). The trailer in which the villain ‘Doctor Octopus’ (Alfred Molina) from director Sam Raimi’s ‘Spider-Man 2’ (2004), which can be said to be the prototype of the series, appeared again last month, recorded 350 million views in the first day of release. It also showed the passionate interest of fans.

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