“Fantastic Beasts 3”; “The Kardashians”; and more premieres of the week (11 to 17/04)

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CineBuzz has prepared a list of the main releases in theaters, TV and streaming

“Fantastic Beasts 3”; “The Kardashians”; and more premieres of the week (11 to 17/04) – Disclosure/Warner Bros. Pictures/Signature Entertainment/Star+

Another week full of new premieres in theaters and on the main platforms of streaming, like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Star+ and more, is here! And as usual, so you can start choosing what you’re going to watch in the next few days, we’ve prepared a list of the main releases for this week of April, between the 11th and 17th.

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Among the main titles are “Fantastic Beasts: Secrets of Dumbledore”, the third film in the franchise inspired by “Harry Potter”; the Brazilian with Tais Araújo, “Provisional Measure”; “The Kardashians”, new reality show of the famous clan around the world, and much more. Check out:


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    • “Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets” (April 17)

The third film inspired by the “Harry Potter” saga will see the celebrated Hogwarts wizard, Albus Dumbledore (Jude Law) – who knows about the search for control of Grindelwald (Mads Mikkelsen) – enlist Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) to lead a team on a dangerous quest in which they’ll encounter both old and new fantasticals, as well as the villain’s growing legion of followers.

THE CineBuzz already watched the movie, and you can check the full review clicking here! Watch the trailer:

    • “Provisional Measure” (April 14)

In the debut dystopia of Lázaro Ramos in the direction, a lawyer(Alfred Enoch), a doctor (Tais Araújo) and a journalist (Your George) rebel against the order of an authoritarian government that orders all citizens of Africa to return to the continent – creating chaos, protests and a resistance movement that inspires the nation. The trio of protagonists isolate themselves in an apartment, where they begin to discuss social issues. Watch the trailer:

  • “The Traitor” (April 14)

Considered one of the most important mafiosi in the history of Italy, Tommaso Buscetta (Pierfrancesco Favino) was also the main police informant in a massive operation that resulted in hundreds of arrests that helped to dismantle the Italian mafia. Amid deaths, trafficking and threats, Tommaso he lived the two extremes of the law and became known to his former comrades as a traitor. Maria Fernanda Candido, Fabrizio Ferracane complete the main cast. Watch the trailer:


    • “In Chess” – Season 1 (April 12)

In the documentary comedy, the screenwriter and creator Catherine Tate plays a variety of characters, such as Laura Willisthe director who believes that creativity leads to rehabilitation, and live, the psychopath sentenced to life imprisonment. The story unfolds over six weeks, in which the inmates rehearse a musical directed by the actress. Cheryl Fergison. The rehearsals end up bringing this group of different women closer together, who find their voices, gain confidence and strengthen their friendships.

    • “The Donated Shrew” (April 13)

In the romantic comedy, a heartbroken scientist returns home looking for a fresh start. But her hack brother hires a handsome guy to convince her to sell the family lands. Watch the trailer:

    • “Let’s Fix the World” (April 13)

in the plot, David is single, as he has never been able to establish a lasting relationship. His longest life bond is Benito, her 9-year-old son, the result of a casual adventure. Things change completely when, in the midst of a strong argument with Silvinathe boy’s mother, he discovers that the boy is not his son.

  • “The Mother-in-Law Who Gave You” – Season 1 (April 13)

In the Brazilian sitcom, Mrs. Isadir (Rodrigo Sant’Anna) decides to move into his son’s mansion, Carlos (Rafael Zulu), right at the beginning of the pandemic. Unannounced, much to the daughter-in-law’s dismay Alice (Lidi Lisbon), she arrives to shake up the comfortable life of the family, which still includes the grandchildren of isadir, Jonah (Pedro Ottoni) and Marcia (Barbara Sut). Watch the trailer:

  • “Anatomy of a Scandal” – Season 1 (April 15)

The series is a psychological thriller and gripping courtroom drama that uncovers the filth of the British elite through personal and political scandals in which the truth is held hostage to money. James and Sophie Whitehouse live in a world of luxury and wealth. The success story of James as a member of the government and a loving father, he seems to have no limits until a scandal comes to light. Kate Woodcroft she is willing to do anything to move the case forward, which could undermine parliament, the Whitehouses’ marriage and her reputation as a lawyer.

  • “Choose or Die” (April 15)

In the plot starring Butterfield Wing (“Sex Education”) and Lola Evans (“The 100”), when a young programmer starts a forgotten ’80s horror game, she unleashes a hidden curse that shatters reality, forcing her to make terrible decisions and face deadly consequences. Watch the trailer:


    • “The Kardashians” (April 14)

With full access to their lives, the famous and beloved family returns with a new series. kris, Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kendall and Kylie turn the cameras back on to reveal the truth behind the headlines. From the intense pressure to run a multi-million dollar business, to the moments of playing with the kids and dropping them off at school, the series will captivate viewers with a focus on the story of love and family life. Watch the trailer:


  • “The Batman” (April 17)

the long of Matt Reeves must accompany the second year of Bruce Wayne (Robert Pattinson) as a vigilante, fighting crime as the embodiment of revenge. When an assassin targets Gotham’s elite with a series of sadistic machinations, a trail of cryptic clues sends the World’s Greatest Detective on an investigation into the underworld and brings him closer and closer to home.

THE CineBuzz already watched the movie, and you can check the full review clicking here! Watch the trailer:


  • “The Addams Family 2 – On the Road” (April 15)

Following the original synopsis, the story follows the disturbance of death and Gomez in relation to their children, who no longer join family dinners and are consumed by the “shrieking hour”. Therefore, in an attempt to change this reality, they decide to gather the whole family and take a family vacation. As they travel by car across America, they are destined for several hilarious confrontations with a cousin of the family, as well as new characters that will be in the new plot. What could go wrong on this adventure? Watch the trailer:

  • “Sentence” (April 15)

In the series, the story begins when Heloísa (Camila Morgado), due to his experience with the prison system, he begins to defend an alleged murderer who would have committed a brutal crime. In the midst of this work, she ends up discovering the involvement of the leader of the largest criminal faction in the country in the case and that mysterious people want him dead at all costs. Watch the trailer:


  • “Ice Age: Stories of Scrat” – Season 1 (April 13)

In the series of six new animated shorts starring Scratthe hapless and unlucky saber-toothed animal from the stories we already know from the “Ice Age” movies, will experience the ups and downs of being a father, as he and the lovable and mischievous Baby Scrat oscillate between union and struggle for possession of the most precious Nut. Watch the trailer:


  • “Roar” (April 15)

Inspired by the book of Cecelia Aherthe anthology series created by the duo Carly Mensch and Liz Flayhive (both from “GLOW”) and starring Nicole Kidman, follows the protagonists in different domestic and professional settings, in comic stories that mix magical realism, futurism, science fiction and drama. Watch the trailer:

  • “It’s The Small Things, Charlie Brown” (April 15)

The production follows the Sally with a special little flower on the baseball field that could spell disaster for the big game. For Charlie Brown and the team, is just the inspiration they need to make a positive impact on their environment. The film features original songs by Ben Foldsand is driven by Raymond S. Persi (“Zootopia”).

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