August 1, 2021

What can we see around the cinemas and theaters in the City

In this context, the heavyweights of the return of cinemas are “Cruella”. Starring Emma Stone Y Emma Thompson, the film works as a prequel to “101 Dalmatians”. The film is available from May 28 on Disney +, paying a premium access. “The Conjuring 3: The devil made me do it”, third part of the saga starring Vera Farmiga Y Patrick Wilson like Lorreine and Ed Warren. This time they are led by Michael Chaves.

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“The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It”, with Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson.

The horror film also hits the billboard “Pray for us”, the comedy “At war with my grandfather”, with Robert De Niro, “Those who wish my death” starring Angelina Jolie, “The protector” with Liam Neeson in the lead role and the musical “In the neighborhood”.

Not only will there be recent films, reruns of “The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring” Y “The useless ones” from Federico Fellini

Theaters

The celebration of “Witches” for his 30 years he will return to the Multitabaris theater (Av. Corrientes 831), while in the Picadilly (Av. Corrientes 1524) he will be Sergio Gonal with “Nothing is the same” (on Friday) and “Radojka”, with Cecilia Dopazo Y Patricia Palmer (Saturday)

Meanwhile, the comedy “The girl in the pink hat” can be seen at La Casona Theater (Av. Corrientes 1975) and the musical “Empty” in the Cultural San Martín (Sarmiento 1551).

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"Radojka", with Cecilia Dopazo and Patricia Palmer at Picadilly. & nbsp;

“Radojka”, with Cecilia Dopazo and Patricia Palmer at Picadilly.

The commercial grid adds, among other proposals, “The accompaniment”, piece starring Luis Brandoni in the Multiteatro (Corrientes 1283); three unique functions (18,19 and 20) of “Three empanadas” on Broadway (Av. Corrientes 1155); the return of “Sex” with functions at 20 and 22 at Gorriti Art Center (Av. Juan B. Justo 1617) and “Thank you, María Elena” en el Regina (Av. Santa Fe 1235).

But while the commercial theater celebrates the return to the stage, representatives of independent theaters reacted cautiously, demanding state aid and warning that “there is no margin for another closure.”