Netflix has released the trailer for Rich in Love 2, the sequel to the romantic comedy film starring Giovanna Lancellotti and Danilo Mesquita, which will be available on the platform on June 2nd.
The first feature film won the hearts of millions of people, rising to the top of the list of most-watched productions on Netflix in Brazil when it debuted in 2020.
The couple Paula (Giovanna Lancellotti) and Teto (Danilo Mesquita) will face difficulties in the new production and will have to learn to deal with turbulence along the way. Paula pursues her dreams and returns to her volunteer work as a doctor, embarking on a new mission with an indigenous community in the Amazon. Teto, on the other hand, tries to persuade his partners to establish his tomato cooperative in a nearby village, but in order to save the company from bankruptcy and reclaim Paula’s heart, he must overcome his spoiled habits and deal with the interests of a powerful farmer.
Rich in Love 2 features Alok on the soundtrack once more, with new songs written in collaboration with indigenous artists, as well as Jo’s participation in the film’s theme song.
The film also stars Fernanda Paes Leme, Jaffar Bambirra, Lellê, Adanilo, Kay Sara, Aline Dias, Roney Villela, and Ernani Moraes, among others, and is directed by Bruno Garotti, who also co-wrote the script with Sylvio Gonçalves.
Production is handled by Anan Filmes, with executive producers Julio Uchôa and Irina Neves, photography by Dante Belluti, and art direction by Claudia Andrade.
Here are five brand-new Korean movies that will suit any mood as the brave deliverymen in Black Knight hit the big screen today. These new series, which range from sci-fi to action to drama to rom-com, promise to offer fans of Korean entertainment a brand-new experience.
Buckle up for Black Knight, a dystopian sci-fi series set in a future where the entire world has desertified due to pollution, and deliverymen known as “Black Knights” navigate and fight their way through the dangerous streets of sand-covered Seoul to bring people necessities for survival. Everyone wants to be a deliveryman, but the barriers to entry are high.
This series, which stars Kim Woo-bin, Song Seung-heon, Kang You-seok, and Esom, is filled with eye-catching outfits, tough-looking trucks, and cutting-edge visual effects. Check out Black Knight if you’re interested in a survivalist genre with a nuanced and fashionable twist.
On June 9, Bloodhounds will air even more high-octane fight scenes. This thrilling series thrusts a compassionate rookie boxer into the perilous world of loan sharks, where he and a fellow newcomer face ruthless loan sharks who lurk around every corner, waiting to strike.
Bloodhounds, a departure from the norm, provides a sense of purpose and camaraderie among the determined youths and good-hearted individuals, while still packing a punch with adrenaline-fueled action and intense, bloody battles.
If you liked Physical: 100 and are a fan of recent titles with strong female protagonists like The Glory, Kill Boksoon, and Queenmaker, don’t miss this gripping Korean reality combat survival show in which 24 strong, skilled women are thrown into the wild unknown of a remote island for a week-long challenge.
These fearless competitors are police officers, firefighters, bodyguards, stuntwomen, military personnel, and athletes from a variety of professional backgrounds. They will form groups, strategize, and compete to be the last group standing.
Even the simplest decisions will have disastrous consequences, turning every move into a calculated risk. How will these experts, each a master in her own field, navigate this new territory? Which characteristics will be most important for survival: strength, endurance, or cunning? The show’s premiere on May 30 will reveal the answers.
King The Land
Check out King the Land, a highly anticipated must-see rom-com starring global K-pop idols Lee Jun-ho of 2PM and Im Yoon-ah of SNSD.
Won, the heir of a large conglomerate group with a troubled past, and Sa-rang, the’smile queen’ employee who works at one of Won’s many branches, star in the series, which premieres on June 17. Both get off to a bad start with each other, but they keep running into each other. Add to that the mystery of a strange note that leads Won to unexpected places, and this series promises to deliver all the sweet rom-com elements in a single package.
Lee Do-hyun, who was most recently seen in the global hit The Glory, plays a fatherless son in this emotional rollercoaster.
Since its premiere on April 26, the first few episodes of The Good Bad Mother have already won fans for their intriguing storyline, in which a strong-willed mother had to become a ‘bad mother’ for her fatherless son, who, seemingly unaware of what caused his father’s tragic death, wanted to climb the social ladder by asking the notorious figure responsible for crippling his family to adopt him.
Whether it’s hope for a grand revenge, a heartwarming renewal of the mother-son relationship, or the satisfying journey of the underdog fulfilling his dreams, this series has it all.
Following the success of Too Hot To Handle Germany, Netflix is currently filming an adaptation of the global hit series Love Is Blind, in which singles in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland who want to be loved for who they are rather than what they look like will sign up for a less traditional approach to modern dating.
Thirty singles begin this 10-episode show by talking to potential partners without being distracted by the other person’s appearance, motivated by a shared desire for big, true love. When Cupid has finished his work, they will propose to their chosen partner and then see their fiancé for the first time. Back in the real world, couples will attempt to supplement their emotional bond with a physical one by planning their wedding day together. Will they discover on their long-awaited wedding day that falling in love blindly is possible? Or will they be sabotaged by physical realities and external factors?
Netflix is casting for the series with its German production partner Redseven Entertainment. Interested singles can learn more by clicking on the link here.
The original US version of the show, produced by Kinetic Content, debuted on Netflix in 2020 and has since become a global phenomenon. The fourth season will premiere in April 2023, and the format has already got adapted in Brazil, Japan, and is currently in development in Sweden and the United Kingdom.
Rodrigo Santoro has joined the series’ main cast, adding even more strength to the successful production. Maitê Proença, known for her outstanding work in theater, movies, and television, will also appear in the new episodes of the series, marking her Netflix debut.
Santoro appears in an exclusive video alongside Tainá Muller, Klara Castanho, Reynaldo Gianecchini, Maitê Proença, and the series’ general director, José Henrique Fonseca.
In addition to the protagonists and new characters, the audience will see Camila Márdila, Adriano Garib, Ester Dias, Liza Del Dala, Alice Valverde, César Mello, DJ Amorim, and Johnnas Oliva, who appeared in the first and second seasons.
Raphael Montes created the series based on a book he co-wrote with Ilana Casoy. Along with Eduardo Pop, Fonseca, Montes, and Casoy serve as executive producers.
Dear Readers, I’m not Lady Thistledown, but I’m here to let you know that our favorite Victorian-era show has returned. Bridgerton is back, bigger, different, and from someone else’s perspective… Queen Charlotte.
Despite the fact that this is a brand-new show and story, we are still able to recognize our favorite locations and family members. In this version, we get a look inside the life of young Queen Charlotte, including how she became queen, her early years on the throne, her relationship with her husband George, and new information about the queen that may surprise fans. We also met new characters as well as younger versions of your favorite characters.
I recently spoke with Sam Clemmett and Freddie Dennis, two of “Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story’ stars. Sam plays Brimsley, the younger version of the character we met in Bridgeton as the queen’s right-hand man. In this version, we meet a young, sweet, gullible, and ambitious Brimsley who is eager to work with the queen but never afraid to speak and live his truths. Freddie plays Reynolds, a new character and player on the show. Reynolds, like Brimsley, serves as the King’s right-hand man and valet.
The two discussed what it was like to work on an already famous, popular, and well-known show, as well as what it was about the roles that drew them to the storyline.
As a Bridgeton fan, I enjoy this version of Queen Charlotte’s story, and I appreciate a good prequel. It excites me that we will learn the backstories of so many of our favorite characters and witness the development of relationships that may still leave you with unanswered questions.
I believe you will all enjoy the show as much as I did and fall in love with the younger versions of characters who were previously difficult to feel out and read.
Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story will be available on Netflix worldwide on May 4.