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Women from the sex industry in Iran are murdered, "Wednesday" flees to New York: everything coming to the cinema in March | Israel today


Jenna Ortega receives the baton from Nev Campbell, the gods come to take revenge on humans, three hours of Keanu Reeves and a Persian-speaking crime thriller • Yishai Kitchels organizes a watch list for you for March

"Creed 3" (March 2)

Third episode in the successful boxing series, which started as a spin-off to the "Rocky" series and has already taken on a life of its own.

And this time: Adonis Creed (Michael B. Jordan) is on top of the world in every way.

But then a childhood friend of his (Jonathan Majors, "Antman and the Wasp: Quantum Mania"), who used to be a promising boxer, is released from prison after a long prison term and demands to meet him in the ring.

"Creed 3", photo: Public Relations

For the first time in the series, Sylvester Stallone does not participate in the celebration (although he is one of the producers of the film).

This is also Michael B's directorial debut.

Jordan, who replaces Ryan Coogler ("Black Panther"), who directed the previous two parts.

"Holy Spider" (March 9)

A Persian-speaking crime thriller (Danish production) that won the best actress award at the last Cannes Film Festival.

Based on a true story, the plot follows a journalist who investigates the exploits of a serial killer who systematically kills women who work in the sex industry in Iran.

With Zar Amir Ibrahimi and Mahdi Bakhstani.

Director: Ali Abbasi.

"Holy spider", photo: Yehchaz

"Scream 6" (March 9)

The sixth installment of the old horror series sends the survivors of the previous film to start a new page in New York City.

Unfortunately for them, the brutal killer Ghostface also decides to move to the big city and the killing spree continues even harder.

With Jenna Ortega ("Wednesday"), Courteney Cox, Melissa Barrera, Hayden Pantier, Dermot Maloney and Mason Gooding.

Directors: Matt Bettinelli-Olfin and Tyler Gillette.

"Shahzam: Wrath of the Gods" (March 16)

A sequel to the beloved DC superhero movie from 2019.

Rebellious orphan Billy Batson (who becomes a superhero when he says the word "Shahzam") teams up with his amazing friends to fight against three angry gods who come to Earth to take revenge on humans for having their power taken from them.

With Zachary Levy, Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Grazer, Rachel Zegler, Lucy Law and Helen Mirren (who admitted in interviews that she couldn't understand the plot of the film).

Director: David F.


"Shahzam: Wrath of the Gods", photo: Yehzam

"Valeria Gets Married" (March 23)

The film by director-screenwriter Michal Vinik ("Brush"), which won the best film award at the last Haifa festival, tells the story of Christina, a Ukrainian citizen who married an Israeli man and has been living with him for four years in Israel, and her younger sister, Valeria, who arrives in Israel at the beginning the film in order to meet her intended husband.

With Lena Freifeld, Dasha Taborunovitz, Yaakov Zeda Daniel and Abraham Shalom Levy.

"Valeria is getting married", photo: Guy Raz, courtesy of Lema Productions

"John Wick 4" (March 23)

Keanu Reeves returns to the character of the legendary assassin for another round of punches, stabs and short-range shots.

The plot takes place all over the globe, the rivals are deadlier than ever and the length of the film, believe it or not, tickles the three hours.

"John Wick 4", photo: PR

The supporting cast is particularly impressive in its current surroundings and includes such formidable action stars as Donnie Yen, Scott Adkins and Marco Zaror (joining Ian McShane, Lance Reddick and Laurence Fishburne).

Chad Stahlsky, who directed the previous three films, also directed this time.

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