Those who love action, suspense, adventure, drama and comedy can now pop popcorn! In June, the studios universal Starting this Saturday, the 10th, there will be five film premieres for those on duty. See what’s new on the channel:
2 Hearts – Day 10, 21 hrs
When college freshman Chris (Jacob Elordi, Euphoria) meets Sam (Tierra Skovby, Riverdale), they quickly fall in love and expect a lifetime together. However, destiny has other plans: Chris suffers a brain aneurysm and dies. An emotional story based on true events is told in the book ‘All My Tomorrows: A Story of Tragedy, Transplant and Hope’ (‘All My Tomorrows: A Story of Tragedy, Transplant and Hope’, in free translation).
Emma – Day 12 9am
This British romantic comedy follows Emma Woodhouse (Anya Taylor-Joy, The Queen’s Gambit), a wealthy and intelligent young woman who doesn’t want to marry too soon to be closer to her father. But this does not stop her from interfering in her friends’ love lives, acting as a “matchmaker”, trying to match couples she deems suitable.
The Art Of Being Adult – Day 16, 21 pm
Pete Davidson (Saturday Night Live) stars in this coming-of-age comedy directed by Judd Apatow, the comedy master behind hits like The 40 Year Old Virgin and Slightly Pregnant. Davidson plays a 20-something slacker who still lives at home with his single mother (Marisa Tomei, What Women Want). But when her mother starts dating again, she is forced to confront the new man in her life and finally start to grow up.
Teenage Friendship – Day 16 at 11:30 PM
This coming-of-age comedy follows suburban teen Monroe (Griffin Gluck, The Lying Wife) as he learns to navigate young adulthood under the questionable influence of his best friend Zeke (Pete Davidson), a charming college dropout.
Dolittle – Day 24 at 9 PM
Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man and Sherlock Holmes) stars as the famous doctor and veterinarian who can talk to animals in this fantasy adventure film centering on the classic character from Hugh Lofting’s imaginative stories. Dolittle is directed by Academy Award® winner Stephen Gaghan (Syrianna, Traffic) and stars Antonio Banderas (Mask of Zorro), Emma Thompson (Cruella), Rami Malek (Bohemian Rhapsody), Octavia Spencer (From Crossed Stories), all Star cast included. ), Tom Holland (from Spider-Man), Selena Gomez (from Only Murders in the Building) and Marion Cotillard (from Piaf).