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Mission: Impossible 6 looks like its setting its sights on Paris. The previous films have shot on location in England, Prague, Dubai, the desert, Austria and even China, but now the franchise will head to France this summer for principal photography.
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The Hollywood Reporter reported the news of the new glamorous location with the news that Rogue Nation helmer Christopher McQuarrie will return to direct this one. Tom Cruise will, of course, return as Ethan Hunt, and other key players, including Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Pegg and Ving Rhames are also expected to come back for another adventure with the Imf.
The film has a release date set for July 27th 2018.
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- Paul Heath
You can't keep a good spy down! Mission: Impossible has become quite the warhorse franchise, and it sounds like Paramount will keep pumping them out until the end of time. Which, judging from the nightly news, could be as early as next week. Mission: Impossible 6 is already planned for a 2018 summer release date. And it sounds like production is about to heat up.
Tom Cruise will be back as super spy Ethan Hunt in this sixth installment of the popular action series. Production on the as yet untitled Mission: Impossible 6 is eyeing a late spring or early summer start date. Things got a little behind, as Tom Cruise and the studio were engaged in what has been referred to as a mild pay dispute.
Hacker emoji Jailbreak (Ilana Glazer), exuberant Gene (T.J. Miller) and his handy best friend Hi-5 (James Corden) embark on the app-venture of a lifetime in Sony Pictures Animation’s Emojimovie: Express Yourself, in theaters summer 2017.
Making good on the commitment to increase overall output while continuing to offer its distinctive mix of family films, Sony Pictures Animation today released the project details on its upcoming roster of titles through 2018, along with additional highly anticipated future feature film projects, including one from Pulitzer Prize-winner Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Kristine Belson, President of Sony Pictures Animation, says, “We are proud of the artist-driven titles we have coming to the marketplace. The abundance, variety and quality of the features are a testament to the wealth of creative talents who call Sony Pictures Animation their home.”
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On Wednesday, Sony Pictures Animation gave further details about their slate of upcoming movies and unveiled the star-studded voice cast for The Star, their animated nativity film. The project centers around a Donkey named Bo who teams up with a slew of stable animals to save the very first Christmas.
Steve Yeun has signed on to lead the voice cast and take on the role of Bo, while his closest animal friends will be played by Keegan-Michael Key (Dave the dove) and Aidy Bryant (Ruth the sheep). The rest of the cast includes Kelly Clarkson as Leah the horse, Kristin Chenoweth as Mouse, Anthony Anderson as Zach the goat, Gabriel Iglesias as Rufus the dog, Ving Rhames as Thaddeus the dog, Delilah Rene as Elizabeth, Kris Kristofferson as Old Donkey, Gina Rodriguez as Mary, Zachary Levi as Joseph and Christopher Plummer as King Herod.
- Justin Cook
Sony Pictures Animation unveiled its slate through 2018 on Wednesday including new voice cast on previously announced features.
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An A-list voice cast is lending talents to Sony Pictures Animation’s The Star. Executive produced by DeVon Franklin, who is known for the faith-based films Heaven Is For Real and Miracles From Heaven along with Lisa and Brian Henson, The Star now has its own stars saddling up on the film: Oprah Winfrey, Tyler Perry, Tracy Moran, Kris Kristofferson, Kristin Chenoweth, Kelly Clarkson, Gabriel Iglesias, Ving Rhames and Gina Rodriguez, as well as Steven Yeun who plays the… »
The 62-year-old talk show giant has joined Perry in the cast of the upcoming animated holiday film The Star, People confirms.
The film, from Oscar-nominated writer-director Timothy Reckart (Head Over Heels), tells the story of a brave little donkey named Bo (The Walking Dead‘s Steven Yeun) and his animal friends who follow the Star and become the accidental heroes of the greatest story every told — the first Christmas.
Winfrey, Perry and 30 Rock vet Tracy Morgan will voice Deborah, »
- Dave Quinn
18 January 2017 11:12 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
The Walking Dead star Steven Yeun, pop star Kelly Clarkson, Oprah Winfrey and Saturday Night Live’s Aidy Bryant are among those lending their voices to The Star, Sony Pictures Animation’s animal take on the first Christmas.
Keegan-Michael Key, Kristin Chenoweth, Anthony Anderson, Gabriel Iglesias, Ving Rhames, Delilah Rene, Kris Kristoferson, Gina Rodriguez, Zachary Levi, Tyler Perry, Tracy Morgan and Christopher Plummer are also in the large cast, which was announced as part of Spa’s presentation Wednesday.
- Borys Kit
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