On Friday, April 27th, we have….
Avengers: Infinity War Part One
Backstabbing for Beginners
Let’s start off with the easiest prediction out of all of them. Avengers: Infinity War will not only dominate but make the other movies seem like they were never released. Everyone else knew it too. I Feel Pretty had to change its release date because it didn’t want to compete with the alpha-dog that is Marvel.
But enough of that overrated mess, let’s get on with the more interesting ones. My predictions for Disobedience are that it won’t do spectacular but it’ll do well. It’s a Rachel McAdams film with an LGBT romance. Who knows? Maybe the Call Me By Your Name fans will flock to it but one thing is for certain – the hipsters will be in attendance.
On the other hand, I expect Kings to be a shocking success. Shocking because of the dominance of Infinity War and successful because of the content and how relevant it is to the times. I predict that a lot of younger viewers will attach themselves to this movie as soon as they find out about it.
Without a doubt, the highly anticipated Avengers: Infinity War will be the biggest film of the week. It has been a long awaited, hopefully, phenomenal cinematic journey that exceeds expectations. It is one of Marvel’s most ambitious projects that has been in the works for the last several years and features many of the most prominent superheroes. While it is expected to be a top-seller, let’s hope it actually lives up to the hype.
Despite the blockbuster that will be Avengers: Infinity War, I am not much of a superhero film fanatic so the other films to premiere are of more interest. As a Bleeker Street film, Disobedience has the potential to do really well, especially with the likes of Rachel McAdams appearing as one of the main characters, but it is difficult to tell and we’ll have to wait and see.
While Halle Berry and Daniel Craig are at the forefront of this story, I do not have very high expectations for the film Kings, as the storyline does not seem very well thought out -it may either be a shameful mistake or a surprising success. And lastly, I expect Backstabbing for Beginners, starring Theo James, to not be much of an attraction either; it will be more of something that happened, but disappears without much attention given.