12 premieres with which to enjoy the cinema again this summer (Part 3)

9. Snake Eyes: The Origin (August 20): Someone is determined that the franchise works at any cost. After two rather weak deliveries, the world of G.I. Joe comes alive again. In this case it will be in the form of a summer spin-off. Úrsula Corberó will be part of the game. The Tokyo of The Money Heist will become one of the protagonists of the spin-off of G.I. Joe centered on the figure of Snake Eyes.

10. Reminiscence (August 27): Hugh Jackman and Rebecca Ferguson to the device for a walk through the world of science fiction. Nick Bannister, a private investigator who delves into the dark and seductive world of the past, helps his clients recover lost memories. It lives on the shores of the Miami coast, which is largely submerged under the sea. One day, his life changes when Mae, a new client, appears. Although Mae only comes to his office to find a lost object, it will turn into a dangerous obsession. As Bannister tries to find the reason for Mae’s disappearance, he discovers a violent conspiracy and, in the end, must answer the big question: How far would you go to cling to your loved ones?

11. Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings (September 3): One of the most unexpected projects in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And, despite not being a very famous character in the cartoons, he promises to give us a lot of good times. For those who are not familiar, we are facing the film adaptation of the hero created by Steve Englehart and Jim Starlin in 1973, a character half Chinese, half American, whose characteristic combat style mixed kung-fu, nunchucks and firearms.

12. Dune (September 17): There will be two films and Timotheé Chalamet will be its protagonist. Your paper? Well, Paul Atreides’s. Dune was crying out for a new version. We have always loved Frank Herbert’s novel, made into a movie by David Lynch (1984) and now, but Denis Villeneuve promises to take things to a new dimension. Duke Leto (Oscar Isaac), Lady Jessica (Rebecca Ferguson) and their son Paul Atreides (Timothée Chalamet) arrive in Dune hoping to regain the renown of their home, but will soon find themselves embroiled in a web of betrayal and deceit. that will lead them to question their trust among those closest to them and to value the locals of Dune, the Fremen, a line of desert dwellers with a close relationship to the species.