The Purge: Anarchy, or how to improve in a sequel

Something that surely wondered all those who saw The Purge was to why the film was limited only to a House?, having so much violence there outside. Not always a larger and more brutal film that its predecessor mean that it is good, but The Purge: Anarchy is the exception, as it finally extends the landscape and shows that, although it is anarchic chaos, it will always have an established order that defeat.

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With this sequel, it also produced new explorations on the human psyche. Not only are those who seek to torture individuals, but also those who seek its victims in the moments before the call of the campaign, or even a new modality: money people recruits people to hunt during the Purge and paid to their families for the loss. This could not see it in the original, and it’s funny as James DeMonaco builds on its own universe, showing signs of ambition that are not usually seen in sequels.

Walk through the streets, looking for escape from the groups and small mafias dedicated specifically to kill during the event, the protagonists of this film are several, something that may seem irritating but it works in this case, in addition to being quite different, both in terms of racial groups, and personalities.

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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt preparing a new movie together

Nearly 10 years after Mr. and Mrs. Smith, the couple more sexy and prominent Hollywood prepares to make their set return to the display, with a new film entitled By the Sea, that will be written and directed no less than by the own Angelina Jolie.

Apparently, Angelina, who comes from starring in maleficent with a huge blockbuster, is encouraging increasingly to move on to the other side of the camera. In addition to the drama In the Land of Blood and Honey (2011), a story of romance with the Bosnia war as background, this year prepares the launch of another war drama directed by Jolie, titled Unbroken, starring by Jack O’Connell and written by brothers Joel and Ethan Coen.

This film which directs Angelina Jolie and will arrive in theaters in December has consolidated the relationship of the actress and Director with Universal Pictures, which allowed that they planned this new project, which will focus Jolie once, finalized and launched Unbroken.

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What Warner Bros. can offer you!

The Harry Potter franchise may have drawn to a close but the magic and enchantment that we all felt throughout the ten years, seven books and eight films can still be relived and experienced all over again.

Harry Potter fans will not only get to experience the magic of the Harry Potter Studio Tour in all it’s glory and wonder, but be given the chance to watch their favourite films at the series’ production home, surrounded by all things Potter.

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Visitors will explore the studio, getting to see just how scenes and props were used to create the famous franchise before settling down to watch their chosen film from the JK Rowling series.

An attractive history

Warner Bros. opened the spell binding attraction to the public back in early 2012 and has since seen almost 5,000 visitors pass the corridors of the Great Halls and Dumbledore’s Office each day since.

The studio tour has also been honoured with several awards since it’s opening including 2014 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence and was named one of the Top 10 Most Innovative Entertainment Design Projects of 2012 by EntertainmentDesigner.com.

Fun for all the family

The Harry Potter studio tour is an entertaining day out for the whole family and will reignite the magic once again. The tour takes place at Leavesden studios just North-West of London where for over ten years much of the actual filming for many of the films took place.

The tour is a chance to disappear into the wizarding world for a few hours, see the sets, the props, the costumes and even taste for yourself the ButterBeer, a recipe highly sought by many but only known by an elite few.

Recently, the Warner Bros. studio introduced a new audio experience of the tour for the blind, inspired by one little boy’s letters. The experience is now more real, and more magical, for every single child and that means it’s the perfect option for you and your family – whatever your needs.

Could it get better?

Although the tour currently only focuses on Harry Potter, Warner Bros. have highlighted the possibility to expand the famous tour to other Warner Bros. franchises in the years to come. This could promote the tour even further in the eyes of families and offer yet more bang for your buck when it comes to a family day out.

For now, visitors can simply enjoy wandering around a space entirely dedicated to their favourite wizard. Tickets for the Warner Brothers Harry Potter studio tour must be bought in advance and, from July, will cost £31 ($56) for adults, £23.50 for children (under-fours free) and £93 for a family of four.

It is advised that you book your tickets as early as possible to avoid disappointment when selecting your dates. After that, all you have to do is get yourself there – car, tube or broom, however you choose to make the journey is down to you!

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What’s new to see at the cinema this week?

In Planet of the Apes: confrontation, the scene is San Francisco, a city in part converted into a growing nation of genetically evolved apes led by Caesar ape (Andy Serkis).The group of primates peaceful is threatened by a number of survivors of a deadly epidemic that left humans to the brink of extinction 10 years ago, as anticipated at the end of the first film, Planet of the Apes: (R) Evolution (2011). Peace will remain temporarily, but precariously. The war is imminent, and it will be the new dominant species of the planet.

The film is directed by Matt Reeves, who showed his mastery behind the scenes with the films Cloverfield (2008) and Let Me In (2010). The deal could be divided into two: the human actors and the actors playing the apes through the motion capture technique. The first consists of stars like Gary Oldman, Jason Clarke, Keri Russell and Kodi Smit-McPhee, while the second one leading British actor Andy Serkis, Judy Greer and Terry Notary.

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The success of the Guardians of the Galaxy

Most of fans of comics, especially those who follow the films of the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe), are waiting eagerly to Guardians of the Galaxy, the next bet of the study. Based on characters, little-known and completely anti-heroicos, since after all they are a group of mercenaries, this film is a space opera ready to amaze the public. But, if we think about it from the economic point of view, do many things depend on the success of the Guardians of the Galaxy?

Factors and numbers

The main problem with the production itself is the budget. Make a space opera focused on superheroes is not anything cheap, thus reaching some surprising 170 million dollars of preparation. This regardless of the marketing budget, it would raise this figure between 50 and 100 million more.

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J.K. Rowling reveals a new tale of Harry Potter

Three years ago that premiered Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – part 2, which is, so far, the latest cinematic installment of the saga, but, knowing that it is one of the films most raised in history (behind Avatar, Titanic and The Avengers), would not be surprise to anyone that the franchise does not end with her.

It is running the adaptation of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (fantastic beasts and where to find them, 2001), that it will work as a spin-off from Harry Potter, since the book has Newt Scamander as fictitious author and is a book that “part” of the Hogwarts library.

But now, to everyone’s surprise, J.K. Rowling has published an unpublished story about Harry Potter, which leads us to follow his adventures through the site Pottermore many years after the events of the film saga. In this story, we are at shooting with Harry and his companions, when the magician is now 34 years old.

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Top 5 movies to see the 4th of July

The 4th of July is a very special day for the United States, since it celebrates the anniversary of its Declaration of independence. For who do not remember their history lessons, the 13 English colonies in North America signed July 4, 1776, at the Congress in Philadelphia, the United States Declaration of independence, with respect to the Kingdom of Great Britain.

This fact was not only relevant to this country, but it had a great immediate influence in the French Revolution, and other subsequent revolutionary movements that emerged in Europe and America. Film was never alien to these historical processes and in different ways has immortalized in films, let’s see a top 5 movies to see the 4th of July.

#5 Tiburón (1975)

Who did not see the Jaws (shark) in Steven Spielberg’s film, surely you are wondering what has to see this film with the independence day; first the facts take place during the July 4 holiday, but at the same time, the story told in the film may function as an allegory of the events that happened during the war of independence of the United States: the humans fighting the forces of nature (extension is enough and extensive United States at the time of the colonies)a stronger enemy, the need to bring together a group of people to overcome it and red blood in the water, which could be a nod on the Red coats (English).

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The best film premieres in July

The month of July, with the United States in the summer and with the mid-year break, is one of the most outstanding in terms of new releases, and cinematographic Billboard offer extends to all tastes.

This month we not only will have numerous premieres, but also several of those coming to the public with a great expectation prior. With this in mind, here we bring you 10 of the best cinema releases in July in a list ranging from horror releases, animated films, romantic comedies, early sequels, independent productions and big premieres of action. The releases are sorted according to the date of its release:

#10 Deliver Us From Evil

Directed by Scott Derrickson (The Exorcism of Emily Rose, The Day the Earth Stood Still).

Starring Eric Bana, Sean Harris, Olivia Munn, and Joel McHale.

This horror story is a biopic based on the book by paranormal investigations Beware the Night. The central character is Ralph Sarchie (Eric Bana), a New York City police who meets a priest, who drags him to investigate a case and convinces him, against his religious beliefs, that is related to evil forces. The police and the priest will work together to solve the case and combat paranormal forces fighting them.

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J. K. Rowling reveals a new story of Harry Potter

Three years ago that Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released – Part 2, which is, so far, the last film of the saga, but knowing that it is one of the highest grossing films in history (only behind Avatar, Titanic and the Avengers), would not be surprise to anyone that the franchise does not end with her.

For now, is underway adapting Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2001), which function as a spin-off of Harry Potter, since the book has Newt Scamander as fictional author and it is a book that “part” of the Hogwarts library.

But now, to everyone’s surprise, J. K. Rowling has published through the site Pottermore an unprecedented story of Harry Potter, which leads us to follow their adventures many years after the events of the film franchise. In this story, we get a shot with Harry and his companions, when the magician has already 34 years old.

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Candy Crush Saga plays with Tiffi in the mill of wafer and new levels

The game’s most prolific and economically profitable at the time continues to grow with each update. This is Candy Crush Saga, the golden goose of the company King. It is a game that continues to meet its players with constant updates and new levels to multiply the hours of fun. This time leading to the Tiffi protagonist is a sweet version of Holland, where you have to solve a mystery with a wafer cookie. A mere plot excuse enjoying new levels to disappear candy.

This time the update is already available on the platform both Android and iOS. It is a new version that extends the main quest of Candy Crush Saga fifteen new levels. With this, the mobile version of this game has reached the dizzying number of 605 levels. An overwhelming number for new players, but still falling short for the millions of fans that have managed to reach this final stage of the game. Last only for the moment, as there are new levels ready to reach mobile platforms and, for the moment, can only be accessed from the version of the game to Facebook.

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