After the success of the original, the sequel John Wick: Chapter Two already started filming last year and Lionsgate just announced that the release date of the sequel is set for February of 2017.
Written by Derek Kolstad, with Chad Stahelski in the direction, Keanu Reeves back in the main role as John Wick the retired hitman, among others like Bridget Moynahan, Peter Stormare, Ruby Rose, Ian McShane, John Leguizamo and Lance Reddick.
The cameras are currently being rolled in Rome, Italy, and according to the crew, the story in this sequel will be more based around the Continental Hotel, a place in the story were only hitmen are able to stay.
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Disney and Lucasfilm, have announced that the next film in the saga will be out on December 15 2017, it was originally scheduled for the summer of that year.
The sequel will be directed this time by Rian Johnson, known for films like Brick and Looper. According to Disney’s CEO Bob Iger, Johnson already started rolling cameras while making his own little adjustments to the Star Wars universe. However, J.J. Abrams, director of Star Wars: Episode VII, will only be involved as an executive producer.
The actor Greg Gunberg, life-long friend of Abrams who played the role of Temmin Wexley in the previous movie said that Abrams had read the script of the new Star Wars movie and [...]
20th Century Fox is already aiming high for the franchise, with critics writing good reviews, Fox estimates that this weekend the movie alone can make a minimum of $65 million. According to insiders for The Hollywood Reporter, Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, who wrote Deadpool, are writing the script for the sequel, which has already been greenlit.
Ryan Reynolds will reprise his role for the sequel. However, Tim Miller, the director of Deadpool, hasn’t agreed yet to direct the sequel. Fox have stated that they want to keep the whole creative team together for the sequel.
Story-wise, there really is an incredible number of directions that Deadpool 2 can go in, as he has [...]
Amidst religious and political divisions in our society, ‘Dawn of Apes’ (DOA) gives a deepful, and rather poignant, insight into the struggle for peace and cohesion. With the analogy of Apes, Matt Reeve’s examines two groups (the apes and humans) and creates a web of parallelism, which equates an Ape to an human and vice versa. It’s deep stuff, which is propelled along with a heavy emotional core that’s complimented beautifully with stunning visuals. DOA is such a compelling film because it’s direction is rare, it has the CGI and bombastic end fight, but this is all secondary to a deep character [...]