translated from Spanish: Aladdin, with Will Smith, arrives this weekend to the Billboard

This is a pretty quiet weekend thanks to the overwhelming economic power of Disney, the big bet of the house of the mouse to maintain its success in box office is a new version of Aladdin, with Will Smith painted of blue. If it is not his whim, three other releases seek his preference: one on Impossible loves (the sun is also a star), catastrophes (disaster in Paris), and Drama (the anonymous artist).
What do you crave?
Director: Guy Ritchie
Starring: Mena Massoud, Naomi Scott, Will Smith, Chico Kenzari
Synopsis: Aladdin is an adorable but unfortunate pilferer in love with the Sultan’s daughter, Princess Jasmine. To try to conquer it, he accepts Jafar’s challenge, which consists in entering a cave in the middle of the desert to find a magic lamp that will give him all his desires. That’s where Aladdin will know genius, starting an adventure as he had never imagined before.
The Sun is also a star (The Sun is too a Star, 2019)
Address: Ry Russo-Young
Starring: Yara Shahidi, Charles Melton, Gbenga Akinnagbe, Faith Logan
Synopsis: A teenager finds love in a difficult time in the life of her family.
Disaster in Paris (Just a breathe Away, 2019)
Director: Daniel Roby
Starring: Romain Duris, Olga Kurylenko, Fantine Harduin, Michel Robin
Synopsis: When Paris plunges into a strange deadly fog, the survivors take refuge in the upper floors and rooftops of the city. Without news from the outside world, electricity, water or food, a family struggles to survive the catastrophe. But as the hours go by, they are forced to face reality: Rescue teams don’t seem to be coming. If they expect to get out alive, they’ll have to risk going out in the fog.
The anonymous artist (Tuntematon Mestari, 2019)
Direction: Klaus Härö
Starring: Amos Brotherus, Stefan Sauk, Heikki Nousiainen, Pirjo Lonka
Synopsis: An old art negotiator, left behind by the corporatization of the industry and separated from his family, expects an undervalued icon to make his fortune back.
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