Premiere Friday, on Netflix.
The fifth season of Cobra Kai is here.
Arrives the fifth season of the sequel series Karate Kid. As Terry Silver (Thomas Ian Griffith) leads Cobra Kai into a new regime, Daniel Larusso (Ralph Macchio), Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) and an old ally join forces in a battle that goes beyond the dojo.
From Thursday 8, on Star +.
The British black comedy Between the Weddings premieres Thursday on Star+.
Eight-episode British series that combines romantic comedy and action thriller. Katie (Rosa Salazar) and Stefan (Gavin Drea) begin an affair despite the fact that she is engaged. On Katie’s wedding day, her husband and his entire family are murdered. The police think it was Stefan. Stefan thinks it was Katie. And no one knows for sure what actually happened.
Available from Thursday 8, on Disney +.
Tierra Incógnita is the new original Latin production of Disney +.
Original Disney series produced entirely in Latin America. It follows Eric Dalaras (Argentina Pedro Maurizi), a teenager who discovers a spooky park while searching for the truth behind the mysterious disappearance of his parents eight years ago. Mora Fisz, Toto Kirzner, Silvia Kutika and Lautaro Delgado are part of the cast of this eight-episode fiction.
From Friday, available on Netflix.
Netflix continues betting on South Korean series with Narcosantos.
South Korean series based on real events. An ordinary businessman participates in a secret government mission to capture a Korean drug trafficker operating in South America. With Park Hae-soo from the squid game.
From Friday, on Apple TV +.
third season of the animated musical series. As Bitsy continues his tireless quest to buy the park, Owen embarks on a new promotional campaign to make more people fall in love with him, and Paige finds herself busier than ever when she secures a deal for her first book.
Starting Thursday, on HBO Max.
Third season of the series about the teenage heroine of DC Comics. Courtney Whitmore (Brec Bassinger) is hopeful that there will finally be peace in Blue Valley; Starman returns from the dead and offers to train her while she helps him adjust to her new life. But a murder forces them into action.
World premiere Thursday, on Disney+.
Tom Hanks in the first image from the upcoming Disney+ live-action movie “Pinocchio.”
Within the framework of “Disney+ Day”, the platform opens worldwide the live-action version of the endearing wooden puppetwho goes on an exciting adventure to become a real boy.
Directed by Robert Zemeckis Tom Hanks plays Geppetto, the carpenter who builds and treats Pinocchio (Benjamin Evan Ainsworth) as if he were his own son. And Joseph Gordon-Levitt is Jiminy Cricket, who officiates as Pinocchio’s guide and conscience.
Available on Amazon Prime Video from Saturday 10.
Cooper Hoffman and Alana Haim star in the acclaimed “Licorice Pizza.” (MGM via AP)
Written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, the film follows the deceptive navigation of first love through the story of Alana Kane (Alana Haim) and Gary Valentine (Cooper Hoffman) as they grow up and fall in love in 1973 Los Angeles. three Oscar Awards in 2021, including Best Picture.
Thor: Love and Thunder
Available from Thursday 8, on Disney +.
Natalie Portman and Chris Hemsworth. AP
New delivery of the God of the Hammer of Marvel, directed by Taika Waititi. Thor (Chris Hemsworth) enlists the help of Valkyrie, Korg and his ex-girlfriend Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) to battle Gorr the Butcher God (Christian Bale), who wants to extinguish the gods.
From Friday, on Netflix.
Netflix premieres the French romantic drama Breathless.
Roxana (Camille Rowe) falls in love with world diving champion Pascal Gautier (Sofiane Zermani) and begins to participate in different diving competitions around the world, challenging her limits more and more. But how far will she be able to go? French drama inspired by a true story.
From Friday, available on Amazon Prime Video.
Documentary that follows the people who find themselves in the midst of a global tragedy, when two Boeing 737 Max planes crashed just five months apart in 2018 and 2019. The perspective of the affected relatives, their legal teams and the award-winning journalist Seattle Times Pulitzer, Dominic Gates.
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