Missing, the fourth film in the saga starring Josephine Langford and Hero Fiennes Tiffin, is coming soon to the big screen with a new chapter in the complex love story between Tessa and Hardin.
This year Missing will land in movie theaters, the new film made by the creators of Searching, where social networks will once again be the main element in its plot development.
To whet your appetite, Sony Pictures has released the trailer in Spanish for Missing, which you can look at through the video we leave below.
Like its predecessor, the story of Missing will unfold through the devices' screens, offering us a particular perspective.
Thus, the film's plot revolves around June, a young woman who, when she goes to pick up her mother at the airport after spending a vacation in Colombia with her new boyfriend, neither she nor her partner show signs of life.
Trying to find answers about the mysterious disappearance of her mother, June's search is hampered by international red tape.
Stuck in Los Angeles, thousands of miles away, June uses all the technology to find her before it's too late.
However, the deeper he searches for her, the digital investigation of her raises more questions than answers in a tangled mystery. When June reveals secrets about her mother, she realizes she never really knew her.
Apart from the trailer, Sony Pictures has released the official poster of Missing, which you can see below.
The cast of Missing is made up of Storm Reid (The Last of Us, The Nun 2, One Way), Nia Long (People Like You, My Two Lives, The Banker), Amy Landecker (Minx, Three Months), Ken Leung (Time, Industry), Thomas Barbusca (The Girl Who Had It All, Blessed Adolescence) and Lisa Yamada (We Are Dead, The Sound of Magic).
Joaquim de Almeida, Tim Griffin, Megan Suri, Tracy Vilar, Jill Remez, Karina Noelle Castillo, Rick Chambers, Michael Segovia, Rita Rucker, Jameel Shivji, Marcello Padilla, Daniel Henney and Jalil Jay Lynch complete the cast.
The movie Missing will be released in theaters on February 24, 2023. What do you think of the trailer? Let us know your impressions in our comments section.
These computer screen movies even have their way of designating themselves, and it is. Hold on to the pigtails: computer screen mystery thriller, to which a translator tells me this: "mystery thriller computer screen." These are movies followed through a computer and whose plot revolves around what happens through the devices.
After the magnificent SEARCHING, its sequel, MISSING, will hit theaters on January 20, the first official trailer for which has just been released.
Thanks to this trailer, we have been able to see the approach of the film that will bring an interesting twist compared to the original since now it will be a daughter who looks for her missing mother through the Internet after she did not return from a trip she has gone to with your partner.
Storm Reid leads the film's cast, including Nia Long, Amy Landecker, Ken Leung, Thomas Barbusca, Lisa Yamada, Joaquim de Almeida, Tim Griffin, Megan Suri, Tracy Vilar, Jill Remez, Karina Noelle Castillo, Rick Chambers.
Searching was one of the great surprises of 2018 since, with a tiny budget, it managed to raise more than 75 million dollars worldwide, which has led to a sequel.
SEARCHING 2 advances its theatrical release for fear of being ignored at the box office because it shared the billboard with Cocaine Bear from Universal and Jesus Revolution; of Lionsgate. Both for their previous date, February 24, 2023. Therefore, the release date becomes January 20 of that same year.
The film has yet to be announced, for now, in Spain. But outside our territory, it is postulated as the next installment of the Searching franchise that will repeat when it comes to telling its story through screens. This new method, derived from false documentary and found footage; which would be like found footage on a tape, in addition to its history, managed to make the first installment a success in sales.
On this occasion, the film will star Storm Reid; known, among other roles, for playing Gia on the HBO series Euphoria, and Nia Long; an Actress recognized for having played Will Smith's girlfriend in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
This second part introduces new characters and will follow the same format. Everything will be presented through the screens of the respective characters. The script is in charge of Will Merrick and Nick Johnson, based on a draft by Sev Ohanian and Aneesh Chaganty, both producers.
The teaser includes behind-the-scenes footage showing how some things in the movie were made, like filming the cars. There are also some quotes from the actors, including Orlando Bloom, who will act in the film and promises us "vibrant sound" that will allow us to feel the races as if we were in the cars themselves.
It has also been pointed out that the film will focus on cars and have "action, drama, and a love story." It will follow the story of Jann Mardenborough, a teenage Gran Turismo player whose skills led him to win championships and become a professional driver.
Sony Pictures has Missing published a first advance (on these lines) about Missing movie directed by Neill Blomkamp (District 9, Elysium, Chappie). "It's a pleasure to talk to you about our Gran Turismo movie," explains Archie Madekwe, the film's protagonist. "It's based on a true story, packed with fast-paced action and drama. It's also a love story with brutal car racing scenes that will make you feel right there. They sound thunderous, and audiences will feel the full impact and thrill of a race at 300 kilometers per hour", explain the two big stars involved, David Harbor (Jim Hopper in Stranger Things) and Orlando Bloom (Legolas, Will Turner).
As its actors advance, Missing is based "on the life of Jann Mardenborough, a very young Gran Turismo player who, thanks to his video game skills, had a chance in an official Nissan competition and became a professional racing driver." An alter ego of Lucas Ordóñez, our compatriot who won the first edition of the Nissan GT Academy, signed for the team and entered the world of competition, where he has accumulated great success in such important races as the 24 hours of Le Mans, in the who has obtained second and third place in the LMP2 category.
Missing is one more example that Sony has decided to bet heavily on the audiovisual world, for which it has confirmed future adaptations of God of War and Horizon. After the success of the Uncharted movie, the company has finished encouraging itself with the theme and has a good number of projects underway, such as the imminent The Last of Us series.
The scheduled Missing date for the Missing movie is next August 11, 2023, and it will be then when we see if Blomkamp lives up to one of the most iconic franchises in PlayStation history. Without going very far, the latest installment of it, Gran Turismo 7, came out in March of last year and received an 8.7 in the FreeGameTips review, where we described it as "a motorsport symphony orchestra."
Drew Barrymore starred in two Charlie's Angels movies, and now the actress has revealed that she would be willing to reunite with Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu for a third installment.
Drew Barrymore isn't on our screens as much anymore, but the actress has now revealed that she'd be down to reunite with Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu for a new Charlie's Angels movie. Speaking with People about his upcoming projects, Barrymore addressed Mindy Kaling's recent suggestion that he should return to the franchise.
"Those are interesting challenges because they have been established. That builds on something," she said. "There's so much history there that they don't feel like [the work of] making movies. It's like, 'Do you want to spend your life doing that? With those people?' Yes. I would show up. I really would."
In the same interview, Missing, Barrymore also shared his interest in teaming up with Adam Sandler again after co-starring in 50 First Dates, Blended, and The Right Guy.
Barrymore Missing would be looking to tap into that nostalgia factor, and as the producer of the original movies, there's a good chance she could reunite with her co-stars. The first film of the adaptation of the famous television series of the 70s with Barrymore as the protagonist along with Lucy Liu and Cameron Díaz obtained 264 million dollars worldwide. Three years later, it had a sequel, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, and despite the criticism, the film managed to gross 259 million dollars worldwide.
It must be Missing that the actress was also an executive producer of the attempted reboot in the form of a series for ABC in 2011. Still, it was canceled after episode 8, despite having 13 scheduled due to its low audience data. Later Charlie's Angels returned to have another theatrical reboot in 2019, with Barrymore again serving as executive producer, with Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska replacing the original trio. The film did not receive a very positive response from critics, who gave it a 52% on Rotten Tomatoes, and the reboot ended in disaster. The film cost 48 million dollars and could only collect 73 million worldwide.
With that in mind, a sequel to the 2019 film seems likely, let alone another reboot in the future, though the best way to reignite interest in this series is to bring back Barrymore, Diaz, and Liu. Would you like to see a third installment of Charlie's Angels?.
This 2023 reserves Missing for lovers of Spanish cinema a 30-minute gay western by Almodóvar, Extraña Forma de Vida; the long-awaited return of Víctor Erice, after three decades since his last work; and the version of J.A. Bayona from the plane crash in the Andes in 1972, The snow society. But there will also be a long-awaited crop of second films, with names as powerful as Celia Rico, Elena Trapé, Pablo Maqueda, Paul Urkijo, Lucía Alemany, Alauda Ruiz de Azúa, or Eduardo Casanova.
'Strange way of life.' Starring Pedro Pascal (The Mandalorian) and Ethan Hawke, Extraña Forma de Vida is a half-hour short film, the second that Pedro Almodóvar has released as a stand-alone piece after the success of La Voz humana, with Tilda Swinton, which the man from La Mancha has shaped western to tell a homosexual love story.
'Close the eyes.' Missing Author of only masterpieces, El Sur, El sol del quince, and El espíritu de la colmena, Víctor Erice returns to cinemas at the age of 83 with his fourth film, Close Your Eyes, a drama focused on identity and memory, with the actors Manolo Solo, María León and José Coronado as protagonists, which puts him behind the cameras 30 years after a long absence.
'The Snow Society.' After his foray into the series "The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power" and international cinema with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, J.A. Bayona premieres La Sociedad de la nieve, his version of an event that occurred in Chile in 1972 when a rugby team flying in a plane crashed in the Andes with no other way to survive than to feed on the corpses of their companions.
'Champions.' Winner of the Goya for best film of 2018 and 'king' of the box office that same year with Campeones, Javier Fesser takes up the story and characters in Campeonex, a sequel in which he brings together the original team, except Javier Gutiérrez, in another installment in the one in which humor and tenderness will triumph thanks to actors with disabilities such as Jesús Vidal, Sergio Olmos or Gloria Ramos.
The new Missing by director David O. Russell, 'Missing,' comes to the domestic format thanks to the film distributor and publisher Divisa Home Video. The production landed in theaters last November from 20th Century Studios, New Regency, and director O. Russell.
'Missing' is a romantic adventure about three friends embroiled in one of American history's most shocking undercover plots.
Written and directed by five-time Oscar nominee David O. Russell, 'Missing' is produced by Arnon Milchan, Matthew Budman, Anthony Katagas, David O. Russell, and Christian Bale, with Yariv Milchan, Michael Schaefer and Sam Hanson serving as producers.
In October 2023, Missing, Jodi Kantor, and Meghan Twohey, two New York Times investigative journalists, published an article that shook the foundations of the film industry. Harvey Weinstein, founder and head of the multi-award-winning production company Miramax was accused of sexual abuse and having perpetrated it for decades, trying to buy the victims' silence with money.
Two years later, Missing both published the book She Said: The Journalistic Investigation That Uncovered Harvey Weinstein's Abuses and Fueled the #MeToo Movement, where they compiled in even more detail how they carried out the exhaustive investigative process and how they dealt with it - having everything against him- to a system and machinery that looked the other way, being complicit in the abuses.
The adaptation of Exposed, the film based on the 2019 book about the investigation of Kantor and Twohey, arrives in theaters. It is directed by Maria Schrader (Unorthodox), who pragmatically describes on screen how those 3,321 words became the origin of the #MeToo movement, in which thousands, perhaps millions, of women dared to tell their own stories of harassment and sexual assault.
Based on the book by Pulitzer Prize winners Jodi Kantor and Meghan Twohey, Uncovered naturally presents the path that led them to expose someone like Harvey Weinstein, considered both eminent and untouchable.
To do so, they needed to have the official testimony of the victims, who feared the legal consequences that breaking their silence years later could bring.
'Teresa.' Missing After her debut with the poetic De Tu Ventana a la mía and her twelve Goya nominations for La Novia (2015), Paula Ortíz from Zaragoza premieres her vision of Santa Teresa de Jesús based on the play La Lengua en piezos, by Juan Mayorga, which includes a spectacular cast, with Blanca Portillo, Asier Etxeandia, Greta Fernández, and Luis Bermejo, among others.
‘Mari(two)’. The Valencian Lucía Alemany, who entered auteur cinema through the front door with La Inocencia, changes register in her second film, Mari(dos), to launch into comedy with Paco León, Ernesto Alterio, and Celia Freijeiro as protagonists of a love story three.
'Irati.' Missing Sitges Festival Audience Award, Irati takes place in the 8th century when Charlemagne's army crosses the Pyrenees, and the leader of the invaded valley reaches a blood pact to defeat the enemy. Paul Ukijo (Errementari) returns to the traditions and stories of ancient gods and Basque legends to create one of the most surprising films of the year.
'The distances.' After going through several television series (Rapa and HIT among them), ESCAC graduate Elena Trapé returns to feature films with Els encantats, a step forward in the feelings of frustration and loneliness that she already expressed in her first film, Las distancias, with Laia Costa, Aina Clotet and Daniel Pérez-Prada as the stars of this emotional drama shot in Catalan.
'My solitude has wings,' Missing Mario Casas debuts behind the cameras with the backing of Warner Bros. and the leading role of his little brother, Óscar, in My solitude has wings, a neighborhood drama located on the outskirts of Barcelona, with friendship and the jump to adulthood amid an environment of violence and loneliness as the axes of the world in which a rather lost boy lives.
'The little loves.' The Sevillian filmmaker returns with another women's story after the wonderful Viaje al Cuarto de un madre, this time with Adriana Ozores and María Vázquez, giving life to another generational relationship to talk about love and loneliness.