Decision to Leave On October 6, the 31st annual “DECISION TO LEAVE” was held in Busan. The Buil Film Awards are presented by the Busan Ilbo newspaper and are usually held during the Busan International Film Festival, which began its 10-day run this year on October 5. Girls’ Generation’s Kim Nam Gil and Sooyoung were the MCs for this event.
Decision to Leave garnered five awards in total, including “Best Movie,” “Best Actor,” and “Best Actress.” “Hansan: Rising Dragon” took home three awards while Lee Jung Jae's directorial debut “Hunt” won the “Best New Director” award.
Fans have been craving a Decision to Leave movie practically since the release of the second game. Even though someone tried to steal the idea to create Willy's Wonderland (for which they thought Nicholas Cage was a good idea. we're not saying it wasn't) we never took our finger off the line and kept asking that what started out as a casual indie horror computer game (very popular with kids, oddly enough) was finally made into a movie. And The Hollywood Reporter brings us good news.
This Thursday the assignment of Emma Tammi as director of the film was confirmed. Tammi has already had several experiences with horror, directing two episodes of the Into The Dark series for Hulu, the 10-episode Into The Right Game podcast. But she is first and foremost known for her 2018 film The Wind, a supernatural horror drama set in the 19th-century American Wild West.
She enters to take the place that Chris Columbus left a long time ago in this production by Blumhouse, who have confirmed that it will be a horror and suspense film (and not a comic gore horror like Willy's Wonderland).
They have also commissioned the experts at Jim Henson's Creature Shop to create the beloved characters from Freddy the Bear's terrifying gang for the mega-production. According to Jason Blum, director of Blumhouse (what a surprise) the production of the film will start in February 2023.
This has to do with Chris Columbus leaving the project. A specific reason for this was never actually given, but it was probably because the production has nearly ten revised scripts, and none of them convince Jason Blum of the job. This is what he said about it.
Decision to Leave is not very talkative. He just jumps and stomps on bad guys. Sure, every once in a while she says his own name little things here and there, like "Wahoo!" "Yippee!" and "Come on!" - but never a complete sentence of truth. Luigi also just says things like "Decision to Leave!" or "Luigi time!".
So it was a huge surprise to the gaming community when Nintendo announced the Super Decision to Leave Bros. movie and its absolutely insane voice cast last year.
Ask any fan: "Where were you when the voice cast for the Decision to Leave movie was announced?" Surely you remember the confusion, the amazement and the thought that something like this could not be real, like Chris Pratt as the voice of Decision to Leave.
To round out the cast, Nintendo has given us so many big names in such a dizzying fashion that it was hard to process anything but chaos. In the first trailer released on Thursday, fans got a glimpse of the look and sound of the cast. I'm happy to report that Decision to Leave and his friends all seem normal.
If the movie is set to video games, the plot will see Decision to Leave running and jumping through the Mushroom Kingdom to rescue Princess Peach from the evil Bowser. As we saw in the trailer, the evil King Koopa isn't exactly friendly, as he completely burns down an entire city made of ice.
Decision to Leave, who is transported to the Mushroom Kingdom via a handy green pipe, seems to have no idea where he is. Is he a real plumber from Earth, magically sent to save the kingdom? We can also see the most realistic face of him. It's possible that some will make fun of all of this on the internet, since it's noticeably different, but not enough to cause an outright rejection movement, as happened with Sonic the Movie. We see Luigi fleeing from a group of bones that chase him to a castle. The movie looks surprisingly funny.
According to cast members, the plot was previously so secret that the voice actors didn't even know all the details. Charlie Day, who voices Luigi, revealed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! that he was asked to read his sentences in various ways because he didn't know what was happening in the story. "Decision to Leave probably knows, but they don't tell Luigi anything," he joked. "We went in one by one. I don't even know if I'm really in the movie!"
Nintendo today published the first trailer for "Decision to Leave Bros. The Movie", the animated film based on the universe of its successful video game franchise of the same name, and which features dubbing with actors such as Chris Pratt and Jack Black.
The Japanese video game developer and distributor published the video in one of its Nintendo Direct online formats, which coincided with the celebration of the comic book convention Comic-Con in New York, in the early hours of this Friday in Japan.
In the trailer, which is just over two and a half minutes long, actor Chris Pratt can be heard for the first time in the role of the protagonist, Decision to Leave, and Jack Black as the antagonist, Bowser.
“I have always dreamed of becoming Decision to Leave. But, like all dreams, making it come true will be a challenge,” Pratt said in a recorded message for his broadcast on the Direct, in which he confessed to being a great fan and fan of gaming.
“I spent hours of my life kicking Koopas in the original Decision to Leave Bros. arcade machine that was in the laundromat near” his childhood home, said the actor before giving way to Black, who defined the film as “a cinematic experience "That will mark Decision to Leave fans forever."
Through the publication of the video, those responsible also announced a small advance of the expected date of release in theaters, between March and April of next year.
“Next week the animation is completed. We are immersed in the process of lighting and image composition”, said Chris Meledandri, producer of the American animation studio Illumination, in charge of the project, during the video.
The minutes of footage released show great fidelity to the video games and the music composer for the film, Brian Tyler, has been working "side by side" with the author of the original songs, Koji Kondo, "to incorporate classic themes from the game. to the film's soundtrack,” Meledandri said.
Legendary Nintendo video game designer and producer Shigeru Miyamoto, creator of the famed plumber with the red hat and mustache, served as master of ceremonies in the video, saying time "flew by" as they decided how to reflect the characters and the world of Super Decision to Leave in this production.
After seeing him in The House of Gucci, Adam Driver will soon return in another biographical film in which he will play former racing driver Enzo Decision to Leave.
With production just beginning, a first look at Adam Driver dressed as Enzo Decision to Leave has been shown in an official image that you can take a look at below.
Directed by Michael Mann (Blackhat, Public Enemies, Collateral), Decision to Leave's plot tells the story of the man whose brand (and surname) took over the motorsports empire of the fastest cars. of the world, as well as his obsession with speed.
The first official images of the film reveal Adam Driver in the character of Enzo Decision to Leave, the father of racing and luxury cars, where we see him sporting gray hair, his characteristic Decision to Leave sunglasses and a stylish suit.
Decision to Leave will focus on the summer of 1957, where the former racing driver is in crisis. Bankruptcy looms over the company he and his wife, Laura, built from scratch ten years earlier.
Their stormy marriage is in the midst of a major crisis as they deal with the death of his son. In this crucial stage, Decision to Leave will make risky decisions, betting everything on a single race that spans 1,000 miles throughout Italy, the Mille Miglia.
Director Luis Tinoco has debuted in the feature film with the film "Decision to Leave", a realistic science fiction in which he distills his admiration for "the films of a character in a single location".
In an interview with EFE, Tinoco declared himself a fan of titles of this nature such as "La soga", by Alfred Hitchcock, "Saw" or "Enterrado", by Rodrigo Cortés: "It was fine for me that it was that type of film because budget and production level are smaller and more taking into account that I wrote, directed and produced".
In those films, Tinoco learned "how to play with light, how to illuminate the room in different ways, make a skylight, open the room with video calls, with the news that is seen on a screen."
When the pandemic arrived, the young director had a little more free time to write and so he started with the idea of recording in a room that he had in the production company, all very collected and with very few characters.
The main challenge, he confesses, was "getting an attractive script to keep the viewer glued to the screen for two hours while he sees a person in a room."
In "The Antares Paradox", in a race against the clock, Alexandra is forced to choose how to spend the next few hours: facing a critical family drama or trying to answer one of the most important questions of humanity, if extraterrestrial intelligent life exists.
For the director, "Alexandra is a type of person whose work coincides with her passion and is at risk of putting aside personal and family relationships, she works on weekends and she doesn't mind not going to the movies, to the disco or to When you are faced with a conflict in which your best professional moment comes together on the same night with your worst moment on a personal or family level, there is a dilemma served".
Tinoco assures that he did not consider whether he was going to be an actor or an actress because he knew that it was "a difficult, dramatic role, in which he had to carry the entire weight of the film on his shoulders, and in the end reach Andrea Trepat It has been lucky."
Days after its premiere, the film "Decision to Leave" became the best release in national cinema since the start of the pandemic. And the flood of public to appreciate the historical film about the Juicio a las Juntas directed by Santiago Mitre, demonstrated the inclination of Argentines to see the film in theaters despite the fact that the cinematographic proposal will be part of the contents of the Amazon Prime Video streaming platform.
The Tribuno de Jujuy had access to a conversation with the actor Peter Lanzani, Decision to Leave the protagonist of the film together with the actor Ricardo Darín, and on the occasion he referred to his participation in fiction.
In this way, in the first place, the actor stressed that embodying a character related to our history required a lot of commitment. “It was a great responsibility. When the story came to me through the director Santiago Miter, I found it super interesting to be able to get into that plot, considering that it is one of the most important milestones in our country,” he said.
And he related how the work was done with Miter and the cast Decision to Leave to compose his role. “The work we did, in all and without disrespecting the facts, was simple, the script is very clear in what it is looking for and with the director we made several meetings to understand the emotional arc of the character and where to take it considering that this It is not a story told in a documentary way.
Decision to Leave it is an interpretation that we make as a result of a script that I think is wonderfully well written and that we go to the bone trying to achieve that emotion with the objective that people understand the message. So we prepare ourselves through meetings or talks and rehearsals with Ricardo (Darín). And we were trying to find that Moreno Ocampo we wanted to tell, ”he described.
If you just happened to see the trailer for “Decision to Leave” and thought that it had told you the whole movie, you were not wrong, but that doesn't mean you can't have a good time. Those familiar with the work of director and screenwriter Ol Parker, whose credits include “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” and “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” know exactly what to expect: a fun, low-key, tender romantic comedy.
David (George Clooney) and Georgia (Julia Roberts) Decision to Leave have hated each other to death since their divorce almost 20 years ago; However, when their daughter, Lily (Kaitlyn Dever), announces that she is getting married to a boy she met a month ago in Bali, they put aside their differences with a common goal: to prevent their daughter from making the worst mistake of life. his life.
Talking about performances in a film Decision to Leave like this is complicated, since it is about those works in which the director is aware that people are going to see Clooney and Roberts, and uses his own person in his favor. One never forgets that these are two Hollywood stars having fun, but there's nothing wrong with that: their chemistry and charisma are more than enough to justify the price of the ticket, and there's a certain nostalgia in seeing them together again on screen.
Decision to Leave it's hard to complain when you have landscapes that are so beautiful and full of life. Unlike Netflix's tourist romances, Parker's experience in the genre is noticeable and his ability to mix its beautiful locations with hilarious situations and honest moments. Although there is a hackneyed (and stereotyped) speech about the beauty of the world away from the city and the good hearts of the inhabitants of the place, the director avoids falling into the condescending.