Tom Cruise’s vision and love for the movies reach a whole new level in the exciting «Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One» The actor/producer was uncompromising in defending the importance of movie theatres and the role of movie exhibitors, and he believed in the power of cinema as a collective experience after the global pandemic. Tom Cruise and the audience went out winning with «Top Gun: Maverick» in 2022, a hit at the box office when he refused to release the movie on streaming. The movie was also a success because it attracted audiences who had stopped going to the movies for a while, allowing them to rekindle their sense of nostalgia and experience the joy of watching a movie in a theatre. Tom Cruise and director Christopher McQuarrie return in 2023, showing that the Gods of Cinema are still alive and ready to rock our world with the arrival of an exquisite chapter of the Mission Impossible saga, a thrilling visual experience with strong emotions to be experienced in cinemas.
In 2023, there is a feeling that the summer blockbusters will be back in cinemas again with proposals for all tastes. As we begin to gain some insight on the films’ release policies during the pandemic, it is understood that theatres are now still a mandatory destination. This coincides with the re-alignment policies of some Hollywood Studios. Most directors have always thought this way, and we have Apple and Amazon with agreements to show their productions in cinemas. In the autumn, we will have two unforgettable encounters with the cinema with Martin Scorsese’s «Killers of the Flower Moon» and Ridley Scott’s «Napoleon». Even now, we are crossing into 2023 Ecuador, and the cinemas are once again establishing themselves as a meeting point for viewers seeking art and entertainment.