outings of the week (November 22 to 28)

It’s Christmas in Marvel Cinematic Universeand Clint Barton takes the family to New York to see the musical inspired by the life of captain america, Steve Rogers. But the end-of-year celebrations will not be peaceful for Gavião Arqueiro, in this series of wonderful studios which debuts this week on Disney+.

With the help of Kate Bishop, a 22-year-old archer who dreams of becoming a superhero, Barton must confront a presence from the past that threatens to derail much more than the festive spirit. Starring Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye and Hailee Steinfeld as Kate Bishop, “Hawkeye” also stars Vera Farmiga, Fra Fee, Tony Dalton, Zahn McClarnon, Brian d’Arcy James, and newcomer Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez (the future Echo).

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Disney+ is also launching the three-part series this weekThe Beatles: Come Back‘, directed by peter jackson and created entirely from nearly 60 hours of never-before-seen restored footage. The production offers the most intimate and honest look at the creative process and the relationship between John, Paul, George and Ringo ever filmed.

The docuseries showcases the Beatles’ creative process as they attempt to write 14 new songs in preparation for their first live show in over two years. Faced with an almost impossible deadline, the strong bonds of friendship shared by the musicians. The documentary series presents – for the first time in its entirety – the Beatles’ last live performance as a group, the unforgettable spectacle at the top of London’s Savile Row.

always in music Manu Gavassi launches his new visual album ‘Gracinha’ on the platform. With a mega production, the singer appears alongside a heavy cast that will illuminate the project even more: Paulo Miklos Zul, Ícaro Silva, Amaro João de Freitas Neto, Samuel De Saboia, João Mandarino and Titi Ewbank Gagliasso are some of the nouns.

The visual album, which was conceived, scripted and co-directed by Manu, presents a format that mixes music and cinema, and which in addition to promoting the songs, lends cinematic formats and techniques for a more artistic and conceptual aura. at work.

Disney Plus updates its list of films, series and documentaries every Wednesday and Friday (and this week, exceptionally, on Thursdays and Saturdays), so there is something for everyone: documentaries, films and the sequel to the series that are at the antenna. . The former are subject to change by the platform without notice. To verify:

Wednesday – 24/11

  • Hawkeye (episodes 1 and 2)
    • Series (6 episodes) | share | Adventure | Year of production: 2021 (USA)
    • Marvel Studios’ Hawkeye is a new original series set in post-blip New York City where former Avenger Clint Barton, Hawkeye, has a seemingly simple mission: to spend Christmas at home with his family. But when a threat from his past comes to light, Hawkeye reluctantly teams up with Kate Bishop, a talented 22-year-old archer and his biggest fan, to unravel a criminal plot.

  • wild camera
    • Series (8 episodes) | Documentary | Nature | Year of production: 2017 (Brazil)
    • Follow nature cameraman Cristian Dimitrius in his search for incredible images of spectacle that only Brazilian wildlife can provide. For this, Cris, along with his two genius engineering assistants, will have to develop and build cinematic gadgets capable of capturing unprecedented images.
  • discovery of india
    • Series (2 episodes) | Documentary | Nature | Year of production: 2020 (UK)
    • The story of modern India’s connection to its mystical roots seen from above.
  • Become Cousteau
    • Movie (1h34) | Documentary | Nature | Year of production: 2021 (USA)
    • A look at the life, passions, accomplishments and tragedies surrounding famed explorer and conservationist Jacques Cousteau, with newly restored archival footage.

  • Marvel Studios ahead (episode 5)
    • Series (5 episodes) | Documentary | Year of production: 2021 (USA)
    • “Marvel Studios Forward” is an immersive documentary series that delves into the making of new shows and movies from Marvel Studios. This episode features behind the scenes of the ‘What If…?’ animation.

Thursday – 25/11

  • Beatles: Get Back: Part 1
    • Series (3 episodes) | Documentary | Music | Year of production: 2021 (UK)
    • Peter Jackson’s documentary trilogy, “The Beatles: Get Back”, transports the viewer to the recording sessions of “Let It Be”, from a collection of more than 60 hours of never-before-seen content. The film also presents, for the first time, the entire last performance of the group, on the terrace of the Apple label, on Savile Row street, in London.

Friday – 26/11

  • Cute
    • Movie (27 mins) | Music | Year of production: 2021 (Brazil)
    • Gracinha’ is the new visual album by singer Manu Gavassi. The film mixes music and cinema.
  • The legend of the mummies
    • Movie (1h24) | Entertainment | Family | Year of production: 2014 (Mexico)
    • Three friends are confronted by a horde of mummies who wake up mysteriously and fall into a trap while trying to save their companion.
  • Home Alone 5: Alone for Christmas
    • Movie (1 hr 27 mins) | Comedy | Family | Year of production: 2012 (USA)
    • Finn’s family moves from California to freezing Maine. When his parents are stuck at a party due to a blizzard, Finn and his sister are left home alone. The boy then discovers that burglars are going to try to recover a work of art hidden in his basement, and he must stop them.
  • A Muppets Christmas: Letters to Santa Claus
    • Movie (1h) | Comedy | Family | Year of production: 2008 (USA)
    • When Gonzo accidentally hijacks three letters to Santa Claus, he convinces Kermit and his friends to personally deliver them to the North Pole.
  • Beatles: Come Back: Part 2
    • Series (3 episodes) | Documentary | Music | Year of production: 2021 (UK)
    • Peter Jackson’s documentary trilogy, “The Beatles: Get Back”, transports the viewer to the recording sessions of “Let It Be”, from a collection of more than 60 hours of never-before-seen content. The film also presents, for the first time, the entire last performance of the group, on the terrace of the Apple label, on Savile Row street, in London.

Saturday

  • Beatles: Come Back: Part 3
    • Series (3 episodes) | Documentary | Music | Year of production: 2021 (UK)
    • Peter Jackson’s documentary trilogy, “The Beatles: Get Back”, transports the viewer to the recording sessions of “Let It Be”, from a collection of more than 60 hours of never-before-seen content. The film also presents, for the first time, the entire last performance of the group, on the terrace of the Apple label, on Savile Row street, in London.

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