All the buzz in the biggest movie shows – variety


CINEMACON BUZZETER WHAT'S HOT AND COLD IN THE EXHIBITOR OF THIS YEAR CONFAB NO VEGAS: THE LION KING Talk about a home run. Disney provided a glimpse of stunning images of a young Simba and Mufasa warming themselves in a photorealistic African savannah. Add the perspective of Donald Glover and Beyonce singing classic hits, and this remake seems to be huge. (Disney, July 19, 2019) TOY STORY 4 Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the team look good on new hands. The first great toy adventure without Andy still captures all the magic of the first three films. The fourth time is a charm! (Disney, June 21, 2019) IT: CHAPTER 2 "You too will float." The slogan of Stephen King's terrifying adaptation probably applies also to the box office. Both generations of the Losers' Club took to the stage in Vegas, promising to haunt the audience once again. (WB, September 6, 2019) TWINS MAN Will Smith and Ang Lee make a powerful duo. The dramatic footage that uses cutting-edge technology to see Smith struggling against his younger self was enough to impress the crowd at CinemaCon. (Paramount, October 11, 2019) GOOD PEOPLE Images of Seth Rogen's harsh comedy, starring Jacob Tremblay as an innocent teenager who lets the bombs fly, makes huge chunks in the crowd. (Universal, August 16, 2019) THE SECRET LIFE OF ANIMALS 2 The sequel seems as funny and adorable as the first. Add Tiffany Haddish as a battling Shih Tzu named Daisy, and Universal Saliva with pet lovers. (Universal, June 7, 2019) TERMINATOR: DARK FATE Mackenzie Davis, Gabriel Luna and Natalia Reyes join the pillars of the Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton franchise in a sequence that looks brave and satisfying thanks to director Tim Miller. (Paramount, November 1, 2019) MAN FOGUETE Taron Egerton channels Sir Elton John, fabulous glasses and everything else, in the fantasy musical. Performance renditions like "Your Song", "Crocodile Rock" and "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" make it look like a rock show. (Paramount, May 31, 2019) CLOWN The Crown Prince of Crime received a warm reception in Las Vegas. Joaquin Phoenix's brave vision of the Joker dampened skepticism about the history of DC's origins.(WB, October 4, 2019) FORD V. FERRARI Matt Damon and Christian Bale play an engineer and a racing driver in bed with Ford, struggling to build a car that defeats the dominant position of the 1960s – Ferrari. We would bet this one crosses the awards season. (Fox, November 15, 2019) PIKACHU DETECTIVE If Ryan Reynolds achieves the same sarcastic charm of "Deadpool", the Pokemon adaptation can become a success among the fanboys. (WB, May 10, 2019) UGLYDOLLS A lively adventure about a bunch of misfit sockpuppets could be a treat for families. In addition, features new songs by Kelly Clarkson, Nick Jonas and Blake Shelton. (STX, May 3, 2019) YESTERDAY The premise seems pretty simple: what if you were the only person in the world who knew John, Paul, George, and Ringo? But iconic interpretations of the Beatles' songs may not be enough to keep the film from looking too fancy. (Universal, June 28, 2019) ALADIM Guy Ritche's movie about the Disney classic shows a fine line between captivating and full-bodied. Can Will Smith's Genie keep an eye on the epic role of Robin Williams? (Disney, May 25, 2019) BROOKLYN MOTHER Ed Norton directs and stars in this drama about a 1950s private detective with the Tourette's. The rugged armored trailer sucked oxygen out of the room. (WB, November 1, 2019)


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