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The first photo has been released from "Infini" and "Gabriel" director Shane Abbess' new sci-fi action film "SFv1". Set in a universe of interplanetary colonization, Kellan Lutz plays a mysterious drifter who teams with an off-world military contractor (Daniel MacPherson) amid a global crisis.
Untitled Shah Project
Melisa Wallack ("Dallas Buyers Club," "Mirror Mirror") is set to pen the screenplay for "King of Kings" at Gateway Films with that project currently lining up a director. Terry Stone penned the original treatment and will produce.
The story deals with Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the last Shah of Iran and explores his often fraught relationship with the United States It also documents the mistakes that set the stage for the Iranian revolution and the rise of religious leader Ruhollah Khomeini. [Source: Variety]
- Garth Franklin
Set in the future when humanity has spread out into interplanetary colonies, Kellan Lutz plays a drifter who falls in with an off-world military contractor (Daniel MacPherson) trying to rescue his daughter (Teagan Croft) from peril while evading a global crisis caused by the military contracting company he works for.
Lucas and Ford will play the roles of Gyp and Bill respectively. The film is currently shooting in both Sydney and the Australian Outback. Temuera Morrison, Bren Foster, Rachel Griffiths, Firass Dirani, Dwaine Stevenson and Grace Huang also star.
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- Garth Franklin
The ensemble cast includes Temuera Morrison (Spartacus: Gods of the Arena, Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones, Star Wars: Episode III . Revenge of the Sith, Once Were Warriors), Bren Foster (Infini, The Last Ship, Terminus, Days Of Our Lives), with Rachel Griffiths (Saving Mr Banks, Beautiful Kate, Brothers & Sisters, Six Feet Under, Muriel.s Wedding), Firass Dirani (House Husbands, Underbelly: The Golden Mile, The Combination, The Black Balloon) Dwaine Stevenson (Infini, Gabriel), Grace Huang (The Man with the Iron Fists 1 and 2, Infini, Hiding) and introduces Teagan Croft.
Currently filming in Sydney and outback South Australia, the film is set in the future in a time of interplanetary colonization, when Sy (Kellan Lutz), a drifter, »
- Inside Film Correspondent
Set during a period of interplanetary colonization, the film is Abbess. follow-up to Infini, which has been sold to every major market and was released on digital platforms by eOne in Australia and by Vertical Entertainment in the Us.
It.s shooting for nine weeks in Sydney, the outskirts of Sydney and outback South Australia.
.This is a bigger film with a lot more action than Infini,. says Eclectik Vision.s Brett Thornquest, who is producing with Abbess and Sidonie Abbene.s Storm Alley Entertainment and Matthew Graham.s Phonetic Images.
Lutz (The Expendables 3, Hercules 3D, The Twilight Saga) plays Sy, a mysterious »
- Don Groves
After being shrouded in secrecy for several months, Disney and LucasFilm recently revealed that the first Star Wars spinoff, Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One, will focus on a group of rebels on a mission to steal plans for the first Death Star. While we still don't have any confirmed details about the second Star Wars Spin-Off, a new report claims that the plot will center on the origin story of famed bounty hunter Boba Fett. While the character has not been cast yet, there were rumors earlier this year that Disney and LucasFilm are eyeing Michael Fassbender to play Boba Fett, but that has never been confirmed.
In the original Star Wars trilogy, Boba Fett was played by Jeremy Bulloch, with Daniel Logan playing Boba as a young boy in the prequel Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones. Boba is a Mandalorian warrior who was trained by Jango Fett, »
6 items from 2015
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