Its filming began before the pandemic and its premiere will take place when the world has already mourned the death of the character it is inspired by. Maradona: Blessed dream, the first fiction based on the career and life of Diego Armando Maradona, today defined Friday October 29 as the opening day on Amazon Prime Video.
With three different actors in charge of interpreting it, its ten episodes cover the trajectory of the Argentine from his origins in Villa Florito to his explosion as an idol in Naples, ending in the feat of the 1986 World Cup in Mexico. The platform explained that it will launch one chapter per week , so the story will still be in development on screen when the first year since the death of “10” is commemorated on November 25.
Ingredients that were undoubtedly evaluated when giving the production debut date, which adds to a close final of 2021 in terms of series and films. Also in October he will return Succession, by far the best of current fiction and brand new Emmy winner in 2020. His return will be with an explosive plot, with reinforcements such as Alexander Skarsgård and Adrien Brody and ending with two years of absence forced by the delays caused by the Covid in the filming of his third cycle.
It was not the great success that the company expected, but The Morning Show It has the potential to continue growing hand in hand with its protagonists, Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, inserted in the dark corners of the world of work and television. It will present its second cycle on Apple TV + from September 17, the same day that Netflix will launch the third season of the British Sex education, one of his best series, partly because it is able to interest both young people and audiences of other ages.
Netflix is saving the return of some of its most anticipated productions for December. It will premiere the second cycle of The Witcher -which he proclaimed as a phenomenon, although he has room for improvement-, the fourth season of Cobra Kai and the end of The Money Heist. In the case of the Spanish series, that will be the moment when it will show its last five chapters; the first batch of his farewell up next September 3 (on Monday the 13th he begins to say goodbye Brooklyn Nine-Nine, by Warner Channel).
That Friday 3 will be a good preparation to gauge the fight that the platforms will star in the last part of the year: Amazon Prime Video will offer a film version of Cinderella with the singer Camila Cabello as the protagonist, while Disney + will launch Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles, an unreleased show by Billie Eilish presenting his second album.
The competition in streaming, by the way, is also fought in the musical field. Disney + set for November 25 the debut of The Beatles: Get back, the first of three parts of Peter Jackson’s documentary on the latest Fab Four album. A title that promises to change the way the history of the Liverpool natives is perceived. Also has unmissable status is Todd Haynes’ documentary on The Velvet Underground, a reconstruction of how the group became legend, which will arrive on Apple TV + at the end of the year.
When it comes to drawing the scenery for movies, Netflix continues to lead. In December he will release the new films by Paolo Sorrentino (The Hand of God) and Jane Campion (The power of the dog), as well as Don’t look up, with Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence, and the directorial debut of actress Maggie Gyllenhaal, based on The dark daughter (2006), by Elena Ferrante. In October, meanwhile, he will bet on another adaptation: the one made by the Peruvian Claudia Llosa from Rescue distanceby Samanta Schweblin. And in November it will be the turn of the blockbuster Red noticestarring Gal Gadot, Dwayne Johnson and Ryan Reynolds, and the musical tick, tick…BOOM!, directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda.
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Cobra Kai, the Beatles, Maradona and DiCaprio: streaming’s hard-fought end of the year