The expected and praised by the critics Pinocchio by Guillermo Del Toro premieres on Netflix. The weekend also has the premieres of A gift from Tiffany and the year-end special Jorel’s brother
Netflix launches today as expected Pinocchio by Guillermo Del Toro🇧🇷 The classic of children’s stories whose nose grows with each lie told gets modern airs by the direction of the award-winning Del Toro and classics by the stop-motion master Mark Gustafson. In this adventure, Pinocchio embarks on the magic that transcends worlds and reveals the power of love.
New York is the setting for A gift from Tiffany 🇧🇷Something from Tiffany’s), a Christmas movie produced by Reese Witherspoon and Lauren Neustadter that premieres today on Amazon Prime Video. The script mixes the lives of couples Rachel (Zoey Deutch) and Gary (Ray Nicholson) and Ethan (Kendrick Sampson) and Vanessa (Shay Mitchell) even though they don’t know each other. Rachel and Gary have been dating for a while, are happily married, and despite peer pressure, are not ready for marriage. Ethan and Vanessa are about to make their relationship official with a beautiful engagement ring. An exchange of gifts lands Rachel’s jewelry to Vanessa and Vanessa’s engagement ring ends up with Rachel.
The party is going to be big in the new episode of Jorel’s brother🇧🇷 The Christmas special, Brother of Santa, from the series premieres today at 6 pm on Cartoon Network and HBO Max. In the program, everyone is happy, the house is decorated and the table is set. The question that stays in the head is: what is the true meaning of Christmas? To try to express this, Carlos Felino needs to compose a song for his new album. To get to know the various types of Christmas, Carlos, Jorel’s Brother and Lara invade various celebrations in various countries.
Journalist Rodrigo Alvarez leads the documentary series The Ways of Jesus, starting today on Globoplay. Alvarez investigates the power of Jesus’ message as he travels the world in search of sacred texts and surprising archaeological discoveries. In the six episodes, released in pairs on Fridays, the script connects the world lived by Jesus to today.