Monday, August 24, 2020

THE MATCH IS READY TO START NEXT WEEK WHEN RUSSIAN SF EPIC ADVENTURE THE GOALKEEPER OF GALAXY AKA COSMOBALL HITS CINEMAS

     'GOALKEEPER OF GALAXY'
ARRIVES NEXT WEEK TO RUSSIA
While America is counting its losses in ruined cinemas (while doing almost nothing to try and save them), the rest of the world has found its
The film will arrive to US in January as Cosmoball
saviours in international blockbusters: Italian Pinocchio is ruling UK, The Eight Hundred is breaking records in China, and I think that Russian cinemas will see their old glory back next week when they are releasing GOALKEEPER OF THE GALAXY (Вратарь Галактики) their most anticipated movie of the year, a massive epic sf adventure. Yevgeny Romantsov leads the cast of the film the production of which started back in 2017 on the massive sets which occupied more than 3,500 square meters! More than 1,5 tons of costumes were produced for the
The film opens in Russia next weekend
film. The film will also have more than 50 digitally created characters done by using motion capture method. The US release, under title Cosmoball, will be in January 2021. 

Earth Vs Aliens    
 This 3D space opera written and directed by Dzhanik Fayziev is set in the future, in a post apocalyptic city in a world destroyed by an intergalactic war that has shifted the planets poles. Above the city towers a huge alien ship - it's a stadium, resting the planet's fate in the hands of the willing and capable CosmoBall players defending the Earth, and the fate of the planet depending on the result of the match between earthlings and aliens!

A Match Of Cosmoball! 
2071. Galactic wars have destroyed the Moon and changed the climate on the Earth. Now tropical forests are covering Moscow, while New York is iced all over. A huge alien ship towers over Moscow – it is the stadium where
The movie was produced on a budget of $15 million which is a lot for Russia
spectacular intergalactic Cosmoball competitions take place. The game combines both sport and gladiator fights. When the game is on, the whole
Yevgeny Romantsov leads the cast of the film
world stops in its tracks to watch it. The players are called Athletes, only they are allowed to compete because of their powers and ability to control them. Everyone adores Cosmoball except Anton – a regular guy who wants to find a
The production of the film begun back in 2017!
job to help his family. But once he reveals his powers and gets to the world's Cosmoball team. Now he’s one of the Athletes. Anton has no idea what special role is destined for him, and that the final game will become the battle for the Earth.

12 comments:

  1. That looks interesting. Kinda reminds me of Star Trek.

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    1. It is so charming seeing how Russians do better fantasy than Hollywood.

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  2. I wouldn't be surprised if US movie theaters become a thing of the past. I've told you before that I find them ridiculously priced. For my whole family to go see (1) movie, it costs $80 +tax and that's without even a snack! Goalkeeper of the Galaxy isn't my favorite genre (plus I'd be dead and frozen in ice lol), but the graphics are fabulous!

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    1. It is crazy, I think the prices in the more modern cinemas in our country are below 10 bucks for a movie, usually around $3 or 5 in smaller cinemas.

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  3. I agree with Jax. I have a feeling Cinema is not going to thrive here anymore since Covid. People are okay with buying the new releases to stream at home instead of heading to an overpriced cinema where movies and snacks for 4 can run up to 1/4 of a weekly paycheck.

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    1. It is possible that this was/is the intention of big studios so that they don't have to share any money with the cinemas. They've already broken the window between the cinematic release and streaming which was the constant reason for fighting between them and theatre owners.

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  4. It will be interesting to see what stays and what is going to be a thing of the past when this is all said and done. I have barely stepped foot inside a grocery store since all of this started, relying on curbside ordering instead. I do miss our 24 hour stores though. I feel like I'm in Europe again with everything closing early these days. No more late night food runs, or late night medicine runs if we need it. Everything is closed by 9pm here.

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    1. I've never had a late night run for anything in my life LOL I find shops working at night scary for the shop assistants themselves. Especially in your country with so many thugs and looters and robbers and other maniacs.

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  5. We don't often need anything too late at night, but sometimes it's nice to be able to run into the grocers if we've been out late with friends to grab a snack or pick up something that we wouldn't want to have to leave the house for again in the morning. It's just nice knowing that the option was there if we ever needed it.

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    1. It is, I'm sure, I cannot stand the countries which have shops closed on Sunday. Neighbouring Croatia has them closed so that people would be forced to go to church! I despise it when religion meddles with our daily lives.

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