The upcoming Godzilla vs. Kong film from Warner Bros. has earned a PG-13 rating ensuring “intense sequences of creature violence/destruction”. That alone should be good news for fans looking forward to this epic monster fest that will pitch two of film’s most famous monsters against each other. Godzilla vs. Kong is currently slated to hit cinemas in November but those plans may be postponed to next year as cinemas struggle to reopen. Warner Bros. has also not put out a trailer on the film yet, which suggests a possible postponement of the film, likely to next year.
Impossible 7 To Resume Filming
The seventh instalment of Mission: Impossible will finally resume filming in September. The production was already due to begin filming in Italy in March when it came to a halt due to the coronavirus pandemic. If it all goes according to plan, then the sequel should make it for its original cinema premiere which was slated for mid-2021. Directed by Christopher McQuarrie, the sequel has experienced some changes recently due to scheduling issues, mainly involving the casting of a key character.
To Adapt Kill Them All Graphic Novel
The graphic novel, ‘Kill Them All’, will be adapted into a feature film at Paramount Pictures. The studio is reportedly scouting Victoria Mahoney to direct the film, which will be her first major directing job. She previously served as a second unit director on The Rise of Skywalker, assisting J.J. Abrams. ‘Kill Them All’ will be an all-out actioner with a female lead. The story centres on a betrayed murderess who teams up with an ex-cop to take on a Miami crime lord in his luxurious hideout, forcing them to take on an army of bodyguards and henchmen in the process.
To Reopen Theme Park
Lionsgate has announced a June 24 re-opening of its critically-acclaimed world’s first “vertical” theme park in Novotown on China’s Henqin Island near Hong Kong and Macau. The park features one-of-a-kind immersive attractions based on such motion picture blockbusters as The Hunger Games, The Twilight Saga, Now You See Me and more. With extensive health and safety precautions, operational partner Village Roadshow Theme Parks will be able to re-open Lionsgate Entertainment World at 50 percent capacity.
Rights To Revert To Marvel Studios
In six months’ time, the rights to Daredevil will officially revert back to Marvel Studios, allowing the studio to do what it pleases to the character. This means that Marvel can utilise the character how it sees fit within its cinematic or television universe. It can also mean that Marvel Studios can ultimately decide if it wants to continue the storylines set during the Netflix series. The original agreement between Netflix and Marvel Studios limited the use of the characters from the series for 18 months following the cancellation of the series.