‘Spy x family Code: Blanco’, ‘Desafiantes’ and more, everything coming to the cinema the week of April 25

‘Spy x family Code: Blanco’, ‘Desafiantes’ and more, everything coming to the cinema the week of April 25
‘Spy x family Code: Blanco’, ‘Desafiantes’ and more, everything coming to the cinema the week of April 25

Screenshot of the official trailer of Contra Todos

A new week begins and the billboard is updated with exciting film productions. On this occasion, on Thursday, April 25, films for all tastes arrive. From Challenging (Challengers), the new romantic drama starring Zendaya and directed by the filmmaker Luca Guadagnino (call me by your name), passing through the feature film based on the anime Spy x Familyto the horror film that explores the horror generated by spiders, such as Vermin: The Plague (vermin). On this occasion, we review everything that comes to the big screen.

  • Challenging
  • Against everyone
  • Grid
  • Vermin The Plague
  • Spy x family Code: White

Challengers. (Warner Bros.)

The week starts with intense drama Challenging. On this occasion, we delve into the life of Tashi Duncaninterpreted by Zendayaknown for her roles in Euphoria and Dune (Dune). tashia former tennis player turned coach, finds herself at a crucial moment: her husband, a declining champion embodied by Mike Faistis about to face off in a decisive match against his former best friend and former love.

With the director Luca Guadagnino (call me by your name and to the bone) at the helm, this film promises to explore the past, the tensions and sacrifices that the protagonists are willing to make in pursuit of success and redemption, in an exciting portrait of complex human relationships.

Contra Todos – Boy Kills World (official trailer screenshot)

In Against everyone, the romantic drama is left in the past to give way to a world full of action and gore. This project, with the imprint of Sam Raimi in production, known for his work on Spider Man (Spider-Man – 2002) and Evil Deadimmerses us in the history of boya young man marked by tragedy and determined to avenge his mother’s death at the hands of a post-apocalyptic dynasty.

The plot becomes even more intense when boy (interpreted by Bill Skarsgård) immerses himself in his favorite video game in search of inspiration for his revenge. This journey takes him through an intense training sequence, where he forms alliances with resistance rebels, played by a cast that includes Famke Janssen (Relentless search), Jessica Rothe (Happy death day), Brett Gelman (Stranger Things) and Sharlto Copley (District 9).

The launch of Grid by Pixar on your platform Disney+ during the 2022 pandemic left a bitter taste in viewers’ homes. Now, this animated title is preparing for its theatrical release around the world, following in the footsteps of other hits that took a similar path, such as Soul (2020) and Lucas (2021). Although many are already familiar with the story thanks to its previous streaming release, its arrival on the big screen promises to offer an even more captivating cinematic experience.

In Grid, we follow the journey of a charismatic young woman who faces the challenges of adolescence and tensions with her mother. Beyond the typical themes of coming of age (genre that explores personal growth), the protagonist must deal with a peculiar family inheritance: transforming into a giant red panda. This unique twist adds an extra layer of complexity to her journey through the typical ups and downs of youth.

‘Vermin: The Plague’, by Sébastien Vanicek

This week, horror fans have a disturbing proposal with Vermin: The Plague. In this film, not suitable for those who suffer from arachnophobia, we follow the lonely life of Kaleb, a man who is about to turn 30 years old. Confronting family and personal conflicts, Kaleb introduces a poisonous spider into his life, unleashing a plague that tests the survival of the inhabitants of his building.

Throughout the film, the spiders become a tormenting presence, dominating everything in their path. This French production marks the director’s directorial debut. Sebastien Vanicek and has Theo Christine in the lead role, offering a chilling experience for lovers of the genre.

“Spy x Family Code: White” is an independent project that follows the Forgers on a Christmas vacation, which will be anything but peaceful. (Credits: Crunchyroll)

On Thursday, April 25, anime and animation fans will have the opportunity to enjoy Spy x Family Code: White on the big screen. On this occasion, Sony Pictures Entertainment and Crunchyroll present this film adaptation based on the successful anime Spy x Familywhich has been one of the most prominent in recent years.

The plot follows loid and yor, two detectives who keep their secret identities behind the facade of a seemingly normal family. However, his adopted daughter, Anya, gifted with telepathic abilities, discovers her parents’ exciting secrets without raising suspicions. During a winter weekend with the family, loid tries to advance its current mission, the Operation Strixbut faces difficulties when Anya is involuntarily involved.

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