Venice 2022: Don’t Worry Darling, Blonde, Timothée Chalamet, Cate Blanchett and Luca Guadagnino are coming?

Among the most anticipated titles whose presence scheduled in Venice 2022 is almost certain we point out Don’t Worry Darling by Olivia Wilde, the biopic Blonde, the horror by Luca Guadagnino with Timothée Chalamet and the new film with Cate Blanchett.

Tuesday 26 July we will discover the program of Venice 2022but like every year Variety launches into forecasts and advances on the program suggesting the possible arrival of some of the most anticipated titles. Between these, Don’t Worry Darling by Olivia Wilde with Harry Styles, the biopic Blondethe new film by Luca Guadagnino with Timothée Chalamet and the new work of Cate Blanchett.

Blonde – an image of Ana de Armas

As previously anticipated by Variety, this year the American studios will break into the Lido at full capacity, just like in the pre-health emergency. Warner Bros. will launch the psychological thriller Don’t Worry Darling, second directed by Olivia Wilde starring Florence Pugh and Harry Styles.

Focus Features will be at the Lido with Todd Field’s TAR, which will see Cate Blanchett as the fictional Lydia Tár, one of the greatest conductors in the world and the first female conductor of a large German orchestra. Blanchett is a Venice regular who chaired the festival’s main jury in 2020.

From Netflix comes Andrew Dominik’s long-awaited Marilyn Monroe biopic Blonde starring Bond girl Ana de Armas as the Hollywood icon. The presence of the film at the Lido is practically certain.

Master Gardener Joel Edgerton Sigourney Weaver

Master Gardener: Joel Edgerton and Sigourney Weaver in one scene

The adaptation of Netflix’s Don DeLillo, White Noise by Noah Baumbach, with Greta Gerwig, Adam Driver and Jodie Turner-Smith, Bardo, False Chronicle of A Handful of Truths, a new effort by Alejandro G. Iñárritu in which tells the story of a Mexican journalist and documentary maker who is going through an existential crisis, and the modern tragedy of Romain Gavras Athena, co-written by the French director with Ladj Ly.

MGM, now owned by Amazon, will be in Venice with Luca Guadagnino’s Bones and All with Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell as two cannibal lovers on a journey across America in the 1980s.

It is very likely that Amazon will choose the Venice exhibition to launch its first Argentine original film, the 1985 political drama, directed by Santiago Miter. 1985 is the true story of how prosecutor Julio Strassera, a young lawyer, and his inexperienced legal team dared to pursue the leaders of Argentina’s bloody military dictatorship in a battle against odds and a race against time, defying bombs and threats. of death.

Certainly the presence of the independent production of the Italian director Andrea Pallaoro Monica, with the transgender actor Trace Lysette in the role of a transgender woman who returns home to the Midwest to take care of her dying mother, played by Patricia Clarkson. While flying the Italian flag, both Monica and Bones and All filmed in Ohio.

Another film on which the voices of the last few hours have been concentrated is Master Gardener by Paul Schrader, which should land in the Out of Competition since Schrader will be in Venice to collect the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement. The film tells the story of horticulturist Narvel Roth, played by Joel Edgerton, who takes care of a beautiful Louisiana estate owned by a wealthy widow played by Sigourney Weaver. Things take a dark turn when the widow’s troubled great-granddaughter arrives on the scene.

Timothée Chalamet and Luca Guadagnino together again for MGM’s Bones and All

Among the Italian titles eligible for the event are Emanuele Crialese’s Immensity with Penelope Cruz and The Lord of the Ants by Gianni Amelio, a biographical film on the Italian poet, playwright and director Aldo Braibanti, who was imprisoned in 1968 due to an anti-gay law of the fascist era. In the cast, Elio Germano and Luigi Lo Cascio.

The 75th edition of Venice will take place from 31 August to 10 September

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