Amazon Prime Video: The Hobbit, Charmed, Super 8, films, series not to be missed in March 2021 – News

News culture Amazon Prime Video: The Hobbit, Charmed, Super 8, films, series not to be missed in March 2021 The SVOD platform Amazon Prime Video is accessible via a subscription from Amazon Prime and enriches its catalog with new content every month. After Soulmates, The Beverly Hills Cop or Palm Springs in February, it’s time for new series and new films. Quite heterogeneous, the selection for the month of March should allow everyone to find something they like.

The Hobbit – The Trilogy (Theatrical Version) – March 23rd

Eight years after The Return of the King was released in theaters, Peter Jackson returned to the top in 2012 with The Hobbit, the 1937 book by JRR Tolkien. As with The Lord of the Rings, the production opted for a trilogy. which disappointed a number of fans, not least because of the length of the narrative. Despite everything, the Hobbit trilogy has developed very well in theaters and can be released in its theatrical version on Amazon Prime on March 23rd. As a reminder, the hobbit tells the story of Bilbo, years before the Lord of the Rings. Bilbo leads a peaceful life in the Shire and finds his calm undermined by Gandalf and a horde of Lone Mountain dwarves eager to find their home, now guarded by a dragon. He reluctantly reacts to the call for adventure, which will confront him with many dangers, but also with an object that can change the fate of the world.

Super 8 – March 3rd

Directed by JJ Abrams (Star Wars Episode VII – The Force Awakens) and produced by Steven Spielberg, Super 8 is a movie that breaks up. This 2011 film is considered brilliant by some and heavily criticized by others. He seldom leaves you indifferent. Super 8 is played in 1979 in Ohio by Kyle Chandler, Joel Courtney and Elle Fanning. While filming a short film with a Super 8 camera, a group of teenagers had a terrible train accident. Shortly afterwards, strange things happen in the city and the accident seems much more mysterious than expected …

Charmed – The Complete 8 Original Seasons – March 8th

If you were born in the 80s or early 90s, you have surely seen the Saturday trilogy on Channel 6. Among the series that occupy the program of these evenings, we find Charmed, which was broadcast between 1998 and 2006. In this fantastic series we find three sisters, Prue (Shannen Doherty), Piper (Holly Marie Combs) and Phoebe (Alyssa Milano) in their family home in San Francisco. The three sisters are quickly confronted with supernatural events and discover a mysterious book of magic that awakens their powers. Together, the three Halliwell sisters become the guarantors of a good fight against the underworld and the demons that are sent to earth while they try to lead a normal life. Later the family integrated Paige Mathews, played by Rose McGowan, Billie Jenkins (Kaley Cuoco) or Chris, played by Drew Fuller.

I want you, neither do I – March 26th

Amazon Prime Video exclusivity, I want you, I’m not a movie either is a romantic comedy by Rodolphe Lauga, written by Inès Reg and Kévin Debonne, in which we find Laurie Peret, Pauline Clément, Anthony Sonigo, Michèle Garcia, the comedian Constance and Fadila Belkebla. In the film, Nina (Inès Reg) and Dylan (Kévin) have been friends since childhood. For his part, Dylan always imagined he was going to pair up, but it never happened. After a breakup, Nina returns to the Basque Country to find Dylan, and her friends won’t fail to make it clear to them that their future can be written together.

Invincible – Season 1 – March 26th

Invincible was created by Robert Kirkman and published at Origin of the Walking Dead comics from 2002 to 2018. The story will be turned into an animated series starting March 26th. It tells the story of Mark Grayson, a normal teenager whose father Nolan is the most powerful superhero in the world. At the age of 17 he began to develop his own strength, began to exercise alongside his father, but showed a certain appetite for violence. Additionally, his father’s troubled past doesn’t necessarily help him stay on track. Much like the series The Boys, Invicible offers a different take on the world of superheroes by portraying a bloodier, more violent world and blurring the line between good and bad.

Further excursions will follow


Grey’s Anatomy, Season 16 – March 1, Hairspray, Film – March 1, Knight of Cups, Film – March 1, Lead in the Head, Film – March 1, Crazy Joe, Film – March 1, The Grimoire d’Arkandias – March 1 March 3rd The City of Shadows – March 1st Blitz, movie – March 2nd A Prince in New York March 2nd – 5th Looking Bad Boys Desperate, movie – March 9th Jack and Jill, movie – March 10th Ma Loute, Film – March 13 Vanguard, Film – March 15 The Daughter of the Train, Film – March 16 Three Memories of My Youth, Film – March 20 Allies, Film – March 23 Welcome to Suburbicon, Film – March 23 Birdman , Film – March 24th Song to Song, film by Terrence Malick – March 30th

The series

Making a mark – March 12th La Templanza – March 26th S.WAT, Season 3 – March 26th Why women kill – March 26th By MalloDelic, journalist MP