HBO Latin America is pleased to announce its cinematic premieres for NOVEMBER 2011.

  • The King’s Speech (The Weinstein Company) – After the death of King George V (Michael Gambon) and the abdication of his eldest son, King Edward VIII (Guy Pearce), younger brother Bertie (Colin Firth) is crowned King George VI of England. Bertie suffers from a debilitating speech impediment which threatens his image as leader. In order to assist him, his wife Elizabeth (Helena Bonham Carter) arranges for her husband to seek the help of an unorthodox speech therapist, Lionel Logue (Geoffrey Rush). With time, technique and Bertie’s new friendship with Lionel, King George VI manages to find his voice. Directed by: Tom Hooper

{FILE IMAGE: The Tourist} HBO Latin America is the leader in paid, Premium television network broadcasting in the region, who as well as being recognized for the quality and diversity of its original programming, movies, and documentaries, delivers services of the hightest technology in SD and HD formats in over 23 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean

  • The Town (Warner Bros. Pictures) – Doug MacRay (Ben Affleck), James Coughlin (Jeremy Renner), Albert ‘Gloansy’ Magloan (Slaine) and Desmond Elden (Owen Burke) are a group of masked bank robbers from Charlestown, a neighborhood in Boston. During one of their robberies, the crew briefly holds Claire Keesey (Rebecca Hall) hostage before releasing her unharmed. In order to protect the crew’s identity from both their former hostage and the authorities, Doug begins to develop a personal relationship with Claire. In falling for her, Doug tries to distance himself from his criminal past – yet, it is never that easy to escape your roots. Directed by: Ben Affleck
  • The Tourist (GK Films) – American tourist, Frank Tupelo (Johnny Depp) meets Elise Clifton-Ward (Angelina Jolie) on a train going to Venice. Elise chooses Frank as a decoy, and together they start an adventurous journey travelling through Europe, dodging bullets in Paris and running through the winding canals of Venice while evading the police and a revenge-seeking mobster. Throughout the electric journey, a budding romance develops between the two fugitives. Directed by: Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck

The story of the man who became King George VI, father of Queen Elizabeth II. After his brother abdicates, George (Bertie) reluctantly assumes the throne. Affected by a terrible stutter and considered unfit for office, Bertie accepts the help of an unorthodox speech therapist, Lionel Logue. Through a strange set of techniques and the beginning of an unlikely friendship, Bertie is able to find their voice and courage to lead the country through the war.

  • The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (Walt Disney Pictures) – Dave Stutler (Jay Baruchel) is a seemingly average New York teen with a hidden talent. Training under master sorcerer, Balthazar Blake (Nicolas Cage), he develops his talents and learns the art and science of magic. Meanwhile, the spiteful wizard Maxim Horvath (Alfred Molina) joins forces with Drake Stone (Toby Kebbell) to claim New York City. Blake and Stutler must do their best to save the Big Apple. Directed by: Jon Turteltaub

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