April 13, 2024

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Movie stars flood March series

Movie stars flood March series

It is no longer new, almost the opposite, but an upcoming procession full of stars, who are moving from the cinema to their home screens. Laura Dern and Allison Janney lead the elite cast in “Palm Royale.” The story, which arrives on Apple TV+ on the 20th, follows Maxine Simmons as she attempts to enter Palm Beach high society. Kate Winslet and Hugh Grant join the prestigious club with The Regime (HBOMax) to tell what happens inside the palace walls of a totalitarian regime when it begins to crumble. Because there are no two without three, there will also be Julianne Moore, with the historical psychological drama “Mary & George”, which will premiere on the 8th on SkyShowtime.

The consequences of the night and everything it entails Yolanda Ramos gave her spark and grace in A New Dawn, starting from day 10 on Atresplayer, where she puts herself in the shoes of Candela, an actress who hits rock bottom and goes to a detox center to treat her addiction. To tell the gaps in a more dramatic tone, the movie “Supersex” is released on Netflix on the 6th, which tells the life of Rocco Siffredi. On the same day comes “The Gentlemen,” an adaptation of Guy Ritchie's story about a man who inherits his father's estate and finds himself at the center of a cannabis empire.

Fans of “Downton Abbey” will be pleased to know that on the 11th of this month, a “spinoff” of “Belgravia” will be shown on Movistar Plus+. And to the series “Game of Thrones”, whose creators turned to science fiction through “The Three Body Concern”, which will premiere on the twenty-first of this month on Netflix.

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On the 20th anniversary of the 11M attack, the Sanchez-Capizodo brothers approach the tragedy by recounting its Asturian roots in the film “See You in Another Life,” which focuses on Gabriel Montoya “Pepe” Vidal, the first person convicted of the attempt. . The series is adapted from the novel by Manuel Jaboa, and will arrive on Disney+ on the 6th of this month.

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