Production on the sequel has begun in Atlanta, according to Variety, with Marvel Studios producer Kevin Feige telling the publication, “It’s clearly extremely emotional without Chad.” Everyone is, however, quite enthusiastic to reintroduce the world of Wakanda to the general public and to the fans. We’ll accomplish it in a way that Chad would be proud of.” Scott Adkins is now “in negotiations” to join the cast of John Wick: Chapter 4 according to Deadline. At this time, no information about his character is known. Baghead, a film adaptation of Alberto Corredor’s horror short, will star Ruby Barker of Bridgerton and Freya Allan of The Witcher, according to Deadline.
The plot revolves around the titular Baghead, who is described as “a strange, small wrinkled-up figure.” A person who has the ability to manifest the dead and bring them back to life for brief periods of time. People seek out the enigmatic medium in order to reunite with long-lost relatives. However, once in communication with Baghead, the character’s true powers and intentions are exposed, and there is a high price to be paid for the deceased’s interaction. ” Vin Diesel revealed it’s only a “matter of timing” before work on the fourth Riddick film begins in a recent interview with Gamesradar.
Fear Street Part One: 1994, which premieres on Netflix this Friday, has a few new photographs on bloody -Disgusting. Continue reading for more information. David Twohy wrote an excellent script. It’s only a question of when we’ll get the chance to shoot it. However, I assume we’ll be filming that in Australia. It would also be the fourth instalment in the series, which would be fantastic. In three new clips from The Forever Purge, a petting zoo becomes a fiendish death trap in the hands of rabbit-masked killers who show no regard for the Purge procedure. Alex Kurtzman announced on The Pod Directive (via /Film) that he’d like to film a musical episode of Star Trek: Short Treks as well as “one in black and white” to “find out what it means.” Kurtzman.
Then he goes on to say that he “probably” has “50 different” Star Trek ideas in all. I’d want to do a musical, for example, with the words as well. I’d like to try doing one in black and white and see what that entails. I’m sure I can come up with 50 different methods to tell stories and 50 different areas of the Star Trek universe to investigate. That might not be the proper kind of niche for the bigger shows, but I think we always think of the Short Treks as the scenes that are just as important as what’s going on in the main episodes but that you wouldn’t have time for. These are the moments where you can focus your attention. So that’s something I’d like to do. Nothing would make me happier.