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December 2022: What’s New At Kanopy
1. Blood Brother
Two or more men who are not related by blood but have vowed loyalty to one another are called blood brothers. Modern practices typically involve a “blood oath,” in which each member makes a tiny cut, typically on a finger, hand, or forearm, and the two incisions are then pushed together and tied. The concept is that each participant’s blood now flows into the veins of the other participant.
2. God Committee
The God Committee is a potential 2021 American drama film that Austin Stark wrote, produced, and directed based on Mark St. Germain’s play of the same name. Starring in it are Colman Domingo, Dan Hedaya, & Kelsey Grammer. The movie focuses on organ transplantation systems and how it affects the recipients. On June 20, 2021, the movie made its global debut just at Tribeca Film Festival. On July 2, 2021, Vertical Entertainment made it available.
3. The Blue Angel
Directed by Josef von Sternberg and starring Marlene Dietrich, The Blue Angel is a musical comedy-drama film released in 1930. It is set in an unnamed port city in northern Germany. Inspired by Heinrich Mann’s 1905 novel Professor Unrat, Carl Zuckmayer, and Robert Liebmann wrote it with uncredited assistance by Sternberg.
Produced by Jordan Peele’s Monkeypaw Productions, Nope is an upcoming 2022 American science fiction horror film that Peele has helmed, written, and co-produced. Daniel Kaluuya & Keke Palmer play horse-riding brothers looking for signs of an unexplained flying object in the movie. Steven Yeun and Keith David all play supporting parts.
Zach Cregger will write and direct the 2022 American horror movie titled Barbarian. Arnon Milchan, Raphael Margules, and J.D. Lifshitz are the producers. The movie’s main actors are Justin Long, Bill Skarsgard, and Georgina Campbell. In the story, a lady discovers that the rental home she had unintentionally booked with a man while unaware of the house’s sinister secret.
6. Where the Crawdads Sing
In 2022, an American film adaptation of Delia Owens’s 2018 novel of the same potential name, Where the Crawdads Sing, will hit theaters. Olivia Newman oversaw production, with help from Reese Witherspoon & Lauren Neustadter, working from a script by Lucy Alibar. David Strathairn, Garret Dillahunt, and Daisy Edgar-Jones are also included in the cast.
The American science fiction action-adventure television series Andor, commonly referred to as Star Wars: Andor was developed by Tony Gilroy for the Disney+ streaming service. It’s the precursor to the spinoff movie Rogue One and the fourth live-action Star Wars series (2016). The five years leading up to the movie’s events are followed in the series by former burglar-turned-Rebel spy Cassian Andor.
8. Interview with the Vampire
American director Neil Jordan adapted Anne Rice’s 1976 novel Interview with the Vampire for his 1994 picture starring Tom Cruise & Brad Pitt as vampires. The story follows Lestat (Cruise) & Louis (Pitt), two characters involved in 1791 when Lestat turns Louis into a vampire. The movie details their interactions and how they turned Claudia, a ten-year-old girl, into a vampire.
9. Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities
A horror streaming television series produced by Guillermo del Toro for Netflix is titled Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities. It includes eight contemporary horror stories in Gothic & Grand Guignol styles. While the other is directed and written by different directors, two are co-authored by del Toro himself. The first day was October 25, 2022.
10. Tulsa King
Tulsa King Taylor Sheridan and Terence Winter are the creators and showrunners of the American crime drama television series Tulsa King, which airs on Paramount+. Sylvester Stallone plays the lead in the show, a first for him in a written television series. Stallone plays a recently released Mafia capo who is transferred to Tulsa, Oklahoma, wherein he attempts to establish a criminal enterprise.
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