The arrival of “Glass”, the new work of M. Night Shyamalan, brings together the interest of the premieres of this weekend in the country and the industry expects it to raise around 50 million dollars.
The film, a sequel to “Unbreakable” that works at the same time as a continuation of “Split” – his previous work – now proposes a clash between the protagonists, superheroes without a layer whose confrontation can have disastrous consequences.
Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson, protagonists of “Unbreakable” (2000), retake their characters here, as well as James McAvoy and Anya Taylor-Joy, who led the cast of “Split” (2016).
The rest of premieres that arrive at the billboard are “The Heiresses”, “An Acceptable Loss” and “Adult Life Skills”.
“The Heiresses”, by Marcelo Martinessi, tells the story of Chela and Chiquita, a couple of women united by a long relationship and whose life changes with the loss of their economic status.
Ana Brun and Margarita Irún are the protagonists.
“An Acceptable Loss,” by Joe Chappelle, focuses on the figure of a former US security adviser threatened by politicians because of her dark past.
Tika Sumpter, Jamie Lee Curtis, Ben Tavassoli and Jeff Hephner form the cast.
Finally, “Adult Life Skills” by Rachel Tunnard, tells the story of Anna, a woman who, about to turn 30, is lost and without finding meaning in his life.
Jodie Whittaker, Lorraine Ashbourne, Brett Goldstein and Rachael Deering appear on the tape. (EFEUSA) .-