The month of May and June will see glorious amount of releases at the box office. It’s always the case with constant fluxes of releases—when is it ever steady?
One movie exciting viewers is the third act—the “Before” series, with Before Midnight making its way to theaters on May 24, 2013 (US release). The movie is directed by the famed Richard Linklater (Before series, Walking Life)—the man who helmed the previous two movies, Before Sunrise (1994) and Before Sunset (2004). The third part retains Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy.
A staggering romantic drama about Jesse and Celine—the first two installments showed viewers the coincidental encounters of these two souls—at Vienna and nine years later at Paris. This story goes eighteen years after Before Sunrise and takes us to Paris again! Before Midnight has been the attraction in many Film Festivals and the reviews look positive—along the same path of the prequels.
In the same month, albeit on the 31st, we are getting a treat in the form of The Kings of Summer—a comedy based on running away into independence! Kings of Summer has been drawing great interest ever since the premier at Sundance Film Festival. The trailer looks good. Directed by the maker of the short movie Successful Alcoholics, Jordan Vogt-Roberts, the Kings of Summer sure looks to be one of those coming of age movies.
In the same path of glory, we get a treat from the legendary director Woody Allen in form of Blue Jasmine—a supposedly comic drama. Coming from Allen, the maker of the classic Annie Hall and the beautiful Midnight at Paris, one is convinced of this film being another lighthearted drama from one of the best, Woody Allen. The trailer is yet to come out, but the release date—as of now—stands July 26, 2013 (USA).
Last but not the least, the complete comic escapade—Ghanchakkar is making its way to the Friday nights on June 28, 2013 (India). The director is the supremo behind Aamir (2008) and No One Killed Jessica (2011)—Rajkumar Gupta. The trailer looks fantastic and both the leads—Emraan Hashmi and Vidya Balan—seem to be in complimentary moods.
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