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Tulum Tourism Guide: What to Expect in Tulum 2021 (STEP BY STEP GUIDE)

Tulum is situated on the Caribbean coastline of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula, in the Riviera Maya district. In recent years, the town has become more high-end, due to wealthier travelers flocking in, so prices in Tulum are more expensive than similar resort areas in the Yucatán.

Language: Spanish is the main language spoken by the locals, although most working in the tourism industry will also speak English relatively well.

Currency: The Mexican Peso is the local currency in Tulum.

Credit Cards and Banks: Upmarket restaurants and hotels will take Visa and Mastercard payments, but your best bet is to always carry cash. While US Dollars are accepted at some restaurants and shops, you’ll typically end up paying more than if you pay with Pesos, so take advantage of the local ATM’s around.

Safety: Tulum is extremely safe, but like any destination, don’t leave your belongings unattended. You are fine to walk around at night, just use your street smarts and be aware of your surroundings.

Climate: The average high temperatures in Tulum remain about 80 °F (30°C) throughout the year. The rainiest time of the year is between June and October, while the busiest season for tourism is in the dry period between December and April.

Getting Around in Tulum

Tulum Town: The main town area is located right by Highway 307, while the beach is a little further away, and is home to several upmarket spas and hotels. This is where the banks, shops, cafes and the small nightlife district is located, and is the first part of Tulum you will see when you arrive.

Tulum Beach: This beautiful Caribbean beach is where those looking to relax and unwind will head. It’s home to a superb white sand beach, some lovely restaurants, and a few boutique spas and hotels.

Tulum Ruins: The ruins are a short distance away from Tulum Town. There are plenty of taxis that can be found in all three areas of Tulum, but you can also rent a bicycle if you would rather get around by yourself. This is where you can explore the Mayan ruins that date from between the 13th and 15th centuries.

 

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FX ‘Snowfall’ Review: A Robust True Story Makes for a Modest, Retro-Pulp Thriller

Damson Idris as Franklin Saint. Photo: Michael Yarish/FX

Ever since the project was announced, I labored under the misperception that FX’s Snowfall, about the rise of crack in the 1980s, was going to be another The People v. O.J. Simpson. The finished product is a plot-driven, retro-pulp thriller that takes more of its cues from gangster movies than from docudramas. The most striking thing about Snowfall, though, is that it never seems less exciting, less special, than when it’s doing the standard Scorsese/Tarantino thing and putting groups of treacherous men (and a few women) at cross purposes, then watching them threaten and bluff each other until the guns come out (or don’t).

What makes this series from John Singleton, Eric Amadio, and Dave Andron unusual is the attention it pays to the sights, sounds, and textures of people’s lives in 1983 Los Angeles, and to fine details of characterization — in other words, the sort of stuff that would never get a dramatic series a green light unless drugs and violence were attached to it.

A good many people will watch the show for the whacking, not the yakking, and I totally get that, but Snowfall is more compelling when it’s showing the complicated racial dynamics of a Jewish landlord watching his African-American property manager evict a family of black folks, or a Mexican-American pro wrestler staring in longing at a woman he thinks is out of his league, or an African-American teenager who’d like to be the next Frank Lucas letting a scary Israeli cocaine dealer describe him and a friend as his “sons.”

Snowfall Review

Singleton, Amadio, and Andron and their crew of directors — whose ranks include Singleton himself; Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, who directed the Belgian thriller Black; and regular Atlanta helmer Hiro Murai — set the major players on parallel tracks early, then slowly bring them into the same orbit. One apparent goal is to show different facets of the cocaine trade during the 1980s, when Ronald Reagan’s wife Nancy fronted a “Just Say No to Drugs” campaign while his administration funded right-wing Central American governments with drug money. A lot of these details were laid out in investigative journalist Gary Webb’s “Dark Alliance” series of newspaper stories, which explored the ties between the Nicaraguan Contras, the CIA, and black neighborhoods in Los Angeles. Every major character is either involved in the drug trade or is (unbeknownst to them) close to it. But rather than go for a vibe like The Wire or Steven Soderbergh’s Traffic, which explored the drug trade with a newspaperman’s anthropological detachment, Snowfall aims for a bouncier, more seductive vibe.

English theater actor Damson Idris stars as Franklin Saint (yes, that is his name — this is not a subtle show), a teenage weed dealer who lets himself get talked into fixing a rich white preppy client’s problem with the aforementioned Israeli, Avi (Alon Aboutboul). Avi is a party animal and a stone cold maniac, the kind of guy who tests bulletproof vests by having his underlings wear them.

His burgeoning relationship with Franklin is fascinating because Franklin is a creature of pure will, and Avi seems to recognize something of himself in the young man, even though culturally they’re worlds apart. The source of his ambition remains somewhat mysterious even after you find out key details of his life (his aunt and her boyfriend are weed dealers, and his father appears to be homeless). The show treats Franklin as the African-American version of one of those early Tom Cruise characters who climbed the social ladder by constantly raising the stakes of his own life.

There are lots of characters like that, some fabulously wealthy, some barely scraping by, others hovering somewhere in the middle of their respective organizations, doing just well enough that they start to resent not doing better. The CIA is represented by Teddy McDonald (Carter Hudson, a hangdog-handsome character actor in his first major role), who gets pulled into a crime scene cleanup by a Nicaraguan paramilitary figure (Sergio Peris-Mencheta) and ends up laying the groundwork for what’ll probably become the Iran-Contra scandal. The wrestler Gustavo “El Oso” Zapata (Sergio Peris-Mencheta) is a nearly washed-up athlete hanging around the fringes of the underworld, like Terry Malloy in On the Waterfront or Butch Coolidge in Pulp Fiction, doing petty, violent things for pocket money; he gets pulled into the orbit of Lucia (Emily Rios of Breaking Bad), who is plotting to take over her cartel.

The series is cleverly structured, ending each installment on a moment of sudden reversal or complication, so that you’re curious to see what happens next whether you care about all the characters or not. It’s bag-of-chips plotting: You were just about to seal the bag, then something happens that makes you crave just one more chip, or several. There’s a junk-food aspect to some of the filmmaking, too: The directors have a tendency to whirl the camera around or stage endless tracking shots when they can’t figure out how else to make exposition exciting, and a lot of the music cues are on-the-nose, or up-the-nose: The Fixx’s “One Thing Leads to Another” playing over Teddy’s excursion to Central America; a drug-fueled orgy scored to the Rolling Stones’ “Monkey Man,” which at this point should be marked “Property of Goodfellas” and retired. But every time you’re thinking about throwing your hands up, along comes a small detail you’ve never seen on American television, such as a tenant hiding a mason jar filled with raw chicken and milk in her apartment to punish the landlord for evicting her. And the acting, particularly by Idris, Rios, Peris-Mencheta, and Hudson, is phenomenal.

Reference: https://www.vulture.com/2017/07/snowfall-fx-review.html

 

 

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February 2021

Groundhog Day 2021: Groundhog Day is On February 2 And We Wait With Bated (And Ice-Cold)

Happy Groundhog Day 2021! Did Phil see his shadow? Will we enjoy an early spring? Find out—and learn more about this unusual holiday—which has its roots in astronomy and some weird European traditions, including a famous weather-predicting groundhog!

When Is Groundhog Day? What Is Groundhog Day?

Groundhog Day is celebrated every year on February 2. Although the modern holiday is a uniquely American tradition, the history stretches hundreds of years back to European traditions and even ancient times.

The most famous tradition today involves a groundhog predicting the conclusion of winter by seeing his own shadow. According to weather lore:

  • If the plump prognosticator emerges from his hole on a clear day and sees his shadow, he will retreat and there will be six more weeks of wintry weather.
    OR
  • If he emerges from his burrow and does NOT see his shadow, then early spring weather is right around the corner.

What most don’t realize is that Groundhog Day is actually rooted in astronomy—and the movement of the Earth around the Sun.

In the Northern Hemisphere, this date marks the midpoint between the winter solstice in December and the spring equinox in March. (Note: In the Southern Hemisphere, Groundhog Day marks the halfway point between the summer solstice and the autumnal equinox.)

More about that history below. Onto the real question:

Groundhog Day 2021: Did Phil See His Shadow?

We’re talking about that most famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, the Western Pennsylvania groundhog. (Yes, there are other groundhog celebrations as well such as the one in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin.)

This groundhog’s full name is actually “Punxsutawney Phil, Seer of Seers, Sage of Sages, Prognosticator of Prognosticators and Weather-Prophet Extraordinary.” It was so proclaimed by the “Punxsutawney Groundhog Club” in 1887, the same year they declared Punxsutawney to be the weather capital of the world.

Every February 2, the “faithful followers of Phil” watch with bated breath as the groundhog emerges from his burrow. Will he see his shadow and retreat? Or, will he stay above ground in anticipation of an early spring?

The Verdict! 

In 2021, the celebration went virtual and we were there. (In other words, we got up early to watch the show!). Punxsutawney Phil predicted:

  • 6 more weeks of winter there will be!

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How Accurate is the Groundhog’s Prediction?

According to NOAA, Punxsutawney Phil has accurately predicted the coming of spring 40% of the time. That’s not exactly a great track record. (Our guess is that “Phil” isn’t naturally emerging from his borrow to the paparazzi cameras.)

Of course, it’s all in good humor. As the Almanac says, “If he sees his shadow, we’ll have six more weeks of winter; if he doesn’t, it’ll be six weeks until spring.” Get it?

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The Interesting History of Groundhog Day

Imbolc

Originally, Groundhog Day was a Celtic festival marking the year’s first cross-quarter day, or a midpoint between seasons. Read more about the ancient Celtic calendar here.

Celebrated at the beginning of February, the day was called Imbolc—a term from Old Irish that is most often translated as “in the belly”—a reference to the soon-to-arrive lambs of spring. The celebration of Imbolc signaled that the Sun was halfway through its advance towards the spring equinox, and the season of new birth and light was on the horizon.

This day has also been called St. Brigid’s Day, which stems from a mixing of figures and traditions from pagan and Christian beliefs. The Celtic goddess Brigantia is associated with dawn, light, and spring, which are qualities later associated with Brigid of Kildare, a Christian saint (and one of Ireland’s patron saints).

Candlemas

Although it is distinct from Imbolc, the Christian festival of light Candlemas is also observed at this time of year (February 2). The name refers to the candles lit that day in churches, which celebrate the presentation of the Christ Child in the temple of Jerusalem.

Groundhog Day has a rich history based on a deeper meaning; it speaks to the triumph of spring over winter—and birth over death. Again, note the appearance of light over dark with the appearance of candles and dawn—and, of course, the spiritual light of a holier presence.

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Why a Groundhog?

So how does the groundhog fit into this ancient festival? Historically, a groundhog wasn’t the animal of choice: a bear brought the forecast to the people of France and England, while those in Germany looked to a badger for a sign.

In the 1800s, German immigrants to Pennsylvania brought their Candlemas legends with them. Finding no badgers but lots of groundhogs (also called woodchucks or whistlepigs), they adapted the New World species to fit the lore.

Today, that lore has grown into fun winter festivals, with Punxsutawney Phil and furry fellows in other states presiding.

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What Is Groundhog Day’s Connection to Weather?

Since the traditional celebration anticipated the planting of crops, a central focus of the festivities was the forecasting of either an early spring or a lingering winter.

Sunshine on Candlemas was said to indicate the return of winter. Similarly…

When the wind’s in the east on Candlemas Day,
There it will stick till the 2nd of May
.

  • It was not held as a good omen if the day itself was bright and sunny, for that betokened snow and frost to continue to the hiring of the laborers 6 weeks later on Lady Day.
  • If it was cloudy and dark, warmth and rain would thaw out the fields and have them ready for planting.

Our Groundhog Day is a remote survivor of that belief. Though we recognize animal behavior isn’t the only way to judge planting dates, the tradition continues, often with a wink and a smile.

Want to see more accurate planting dates? Check out our Planting Calendar to find dates for starting seeds, transplanting, and harvesting in your area.

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Groundhog Day and Candlemas Lore

If Candlemas [February 2] be mild and gay,
Go saddle your horses and buy them hay;
But if Candlemas be stormy and black,
It carries the winter away on its back
.

Just half your wood and half your hay,
Should be remaining on Candlemas Day
.

On Candlemas Day,
The good goose begins to lay
.

When the wind’s in the east on Candlemas Day,
There it will stick till the 2nd of May
.

On Candlemas Day, if the thorns hang a drop,
You are sure of a good pea crop
.

Wait, What Exactly Is a Groundhog?

The groundhog, also known as a woodchuck or whistlepig, typically makes its home in the brambles and thickets that grow where forests meet fields. There, it digs burrows between 4 and 6 feet deep and up to 40 feet long—removing as much as 700 pounds of dirt in the process.

Like its squirrel relatives, the groundhog eats leaves, grass, flowers, bark, and twigs and climbs trees to reach tender buds or fruit. This furry animal will also go after just about any crop, favoring beans, peas, and carrot tops. It may even take a bite out of every squash or pumpkin in a row, instead of consuming just one. See how to deter groundhogs in the garden.

But the mischief-maker is not all nuisance. Its burrows allow air and water to penetrate the soil and, when abandoned, they become homes for opossums and other small animals. The groundhog itself serves as food for larger creatures, such as bobcats, foxes, and wolves.

With hungry predators on the prowl, it takes courage for a groundhog to emerge from its hole every February to make its forecast. It must take its job very seriously!

Groundhog in snow. Photo by Brain E. Kushner/ShutterStock
Photo by Brain E. Kushner/ShutterStock

What’s the Difference Between a Groundhog and a Woodchuck?

Every year, we’re asked if a groundhog is the same thing as a woodchuck. Yep. There’s no difference (taxonomicaly).  It’s the same borrowing rodent, Marmota monax. The word you use is more of a reflection of where you live. In cold New England, where we can pretty much count on wintry weather no matter what the marmot thinks, the term “woodchuck” is often used. The word comes from a Native American word. The animal’s Algonquin name is wejack or wuchak. What do you call it?

What’s the Weather Forecast?

For a forecast that’s more than folklore, see the Almanac’s long-range predictions (traditionally 80% accurate) or your 5-day weather forecast!

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Palmer (2021) Movie Review

Palmer is a 2021 American drama film directed by Fisher Stevens and written by Cheryl Guerriero. It stars Justin Timberlake as a former college football star, now an ex-convict, who starts to mentor a young boy (Ryder Allen); Alisha Wainwright, June Squibb, and Juno Temple also star. It was digitally released by Apple TV+ on January 29, 2021. The film received mixed reviews from critics, who praised the performances while noting its familiarity.
An ex-convict strikes up a friendship with a boy from a troubled home.
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Director Palmer (2021) :

Fisher Stevens

Writer Palmer (2021) :

Cheryl Guerriero

Stars Palmer (2021)  :

Justin Timberlake, Ryder Allen, Alisha Wainwright | See full cast & crew »

Source:

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fisher_Stevens
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palmer
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justin_Timberlake
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alisha_Wainwright

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The White Tiger (2021) Movie Review

The White Tiger is a 2021 American drama film directed by Ramin Bahrani. The film stars Adarsh Gourav in his first leading role, along with Rajkummar Rao and Priyanka Chopra, who also served as one of the film’s executive producers, along with Prem Akkaraju, Ava DuVernay and Ken Kamins.[1][2][3] The film features a musical score produced by Danny Bensi and Saunder Jurrians, and was photographed and edited by Paolo Carnera and Tim Streeto. An adaptation of Aravind Adiga’s 2008 novel of the same name, the story is about Balram, who comes from a poor Indian village and was forced to drop out of school, just when he had started learning. But he had a dream, to break free from poverty, to unlearn servitude and how to get sucked into feudalism. He uses his wit and cunning to escape from poverty and rise to the top.
An ambitious Indian driver uses his wit and cunning to escape from poverty and rise to the top. An epic journey based on the New York Times bestseller.
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Director The White Tiger 2021 :

Ramin Bahrani

Writers The White Tiger 2021 :

Ramin Bahrani , Aravind Adiga

Stars The White Tiger 2021 :

Adarsh Gourav, Rajkummar Rao, Priyanka Chopra |

Source :

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramin_Bahrani
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aravind_Adiga
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adarsh_Gourav
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rajkummar_Rao
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Priyanka_Chopra

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The Dig (2021)

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The Dig is a 2021 British drama film directed by Simon Stone, based on the 2007 novel of the same name by John Preston, which reimagines the events of the 1939 excavation of Sutton Hoo. It stars Carey Mulligan, Ralph Fiennes, Lily James, Johnny Flynn, Ben Chaplin, Ken Stott, Archie Barnes, and Monica Dolan.
An archaeologist embarks on the historically important excavation of Sutton Hoo in 1938.

Director The Dig (2021) :

Simon Stone

Writers The Dig (2021):

Moira Buffini (screenplay), John Preston (novel)

Stars The Dig (2021) :

Carey Mulligan, Ralph Fiennes, Lily James | See full cast & crew »


SOURCE :

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_Stone
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moira_Buffini
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Preston_(author,_born_1953)
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carey_Mulligan
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Fiennes
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lily_James

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The Queen’s Gambit 

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The Queen’s Gambit is a 2020 American coming-of-age period drama miniseries based on Walter Tevis’s 1983 novel of the same name. It was written and directed by Scott Frank, who created it with Allan Scott. Beginning in the mid-1950s and proceeding into the 1960s, the story follows the life of Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy), an orphaned chess prodigy on her rise to the top of the chess world while struggling with drug and alcohol dependency.

Netflix released The Queen’s Gambit on October 23, 2020. After four weeks it had become Netflix’s most-watched scripted miniseries.[1] It was acclaimed by critics, who lauded Taylor-Joy’s performance as well as the cinematography and production values. It has also received a positive response from the chess community and is claimed to have increased public interest in the game

Orphaned at the tender age of nine, prodigious introvert Beth Harmon discovers and masters the game of chess in 1960s USA. But child stardom comes at a price.

Creators The Queen’s Gambit:

Scott Frank, Allan Scott

Stars The Queen’s Gambit:

Anya Taylor-Joy, Chloe Pirrie, Bill Camp | See full cast & crew »

Source :

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scott_Frank
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allan_Scott_(Scottish_screenwriter)
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anya_Taylor-Joy
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chloe_Pirrie
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Camp

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Jumanji: The Next Level (2019)

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Jumanji 2: Jack Black and The Rock ham it up as video avatars in pointless sequel — Original CinJumanji 2: Jack Black and The Rock ham it up as video avatars in pointless sequel — Original CinJumanji: The Next Level is a 2019 American fantasy adventure comedy film directed by Jake Kasdan and co-written by Kasdan, Jeff erican fantasy adventure comedy film directed by Jake Kasdan and co-written by Kasdan, Jeff Pinkner, and Scott Rosenberg. It is a sequel to 2017’s Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, the second follow-up to 1995’s Jumanji, and is the fourth installment in the Jumanji franchise. It stars Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, Nick Jonas, Alex Wolff, Morgan Turner, Ser’Darius Blain, and Madison Iseman reprising their roles from the previous film while Awkwafina, Rory McCann, Danny Glover, and Danny DeVito also join the cast. The film’s plot takes place two years after Welcome to the Jungle, in which the same group of teenagers, along with an old friend and two unwitting additions, become trapped in Jumanji. There, they all find themselves facing new problems and challenges with both old and new avatars while having to save the land from a new villain in order to escape.

Principal photography took place during 2019, between January 21 to May 11 in locations including Atlanta, New Mexico, Alberta, and Hawaii, with much of the cast consisting of those from the previous film reprising their original roles for the sequel.

In Jumanji: The Next Level, the gang is back but the game has changed. As they return to rescue one of their own, the players will have to brave parts unknown from arid deserts to snowy mountains, to escape the world’s most dangerous game.

 Jumanji: The NDirectorext Level (2019) :

Jake Kasdan

Writers Jumanji: The Next Level (2019) :

 

Jake Kasdan, Jeff Pinkner | 2 more credits »

Stars Jumanji: The Next Level (2019) :

nDwayne Johnso, Jack Black, Kevin Har| See full cast & crew »

SOURCE :

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jake_Kasdan
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeff_Pinkner
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dwayne_Johnson
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Black
  • https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0366389/

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Bad Boys for Life (2020)

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Bad Boys for Life is a 2020 action comedy film that is the sequel to Bad Boys II (2003) and the third installment in the Bad Boys trilogy. Will Smith and Martin Lawrence reprise their starring roles in the film, which is directed by Adil & Bilall and written by Chris Bremner, Peter Craig and Joe Carnahan. The film’s cast also includes Paola Núñez, Vanessa Hudgens, Alexander Ludwig, Charles Melton, Kate del Castillo, Nicky Jam, and Joe Pantoliano. It was produced by Smith, Jerry Bruckheimer, and Doug Belgrad. In Bad Boys for Life, Miami detectives Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett investigate a string of murders tied to Lowrey’s troubled past.

A third Bad Boys film was discussed after the success of the second, with Michael Bay stating he would be interested in returning to direct, but budgetary constraints made going ahead difficult. The film went through several attempts to enter production over the course of a decade, with a variety of writers and directors attached. The project was eventually finalized and green-lit in October 2018, and filming began the following year, lasting from January to June 2019. Principal photography took place in Atlanta, Miami, and Mexico City.

A film about Natasha Romanoff in her quests between the films Civil War and Infinity War.

Director Bad Boys for Life (2020) :

Cate Shortland

Writers Bad Boys for Life (2020) :

Jac Schaeffer (story by), Ned Benson (story by) | 4 more credits »

Stars Bad Boys for Life (2020) :

Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, David Harbour | See full cast & crew »

SOURCE :

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cate_Shortland
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jac_Schaeffer
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ned_Benson
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scarlett_Johansson
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Florence_Pugh
  • ps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Harbour

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Black Widow (2021)

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Black Widow is an upcoming American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. Produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, it is intended to be the 24th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The film was directed by Cate Shortland and written by Eric Pearson from a story by Jac Schaeffer and Ned Benson, and stars Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow alongside Florence Pugh, David Harbour, O-T Fagbenle, William Hurt, Ray Winstone, and Rachel Weisz. Set after Captain America: Civil War (2016), the film sees Romanoff on the run and forced to confront her past.
A film about Natasha Romanoff in her quests between the films Civil War and Infinity War.

Director Black Widow (2021)

Cate Shortland

Writers Black Widow (2021) :

Jac Schaeffer (story by), Ned Benson (story by) | 4 more credits »

Stars Black Widow (2021) :

Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, David Harbour | See full cast & crew »

 

source :

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Harbour
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scarlett_Johansson
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cate_Shortland
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Harbour
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Florence_Pugh
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scarlett_Johansson
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ned_Benson
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jac_Schaeffer

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