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The film will shoot on location throughout Europe, including London, Paris, Rome and Berlin over the next 3 months.
Streetdance 2 sees the return of favourites from the first film, including George Sampson, who won over audiences with his portrayal of cheeky chappie Eddie, and dance troupe Flawless reprise their role as dance crew The Surge.
George comments “I’m very excited about working on StreetDance 2 3D, the film is going to be totally amazing. I’m looking forward to playing Eddie again especially as I have more of a central role – I’ll be showcasing some spectacular moves. I also can’t wait to be filming all over Europe in some incredible locations.”
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Via an official release, Vertigo Films have announced that shooting will start on a sequel to last year’s mega-Brit-hit-dance-movie (in 3D), Street Dance, this June. The film is called Streetdance 2 3D, and the actual date for principal photographer to start is June 6th.
Here’s the official release.
Vertigo Films are delighted to announce that principal photography will begin on Streetdance 2 3D on 6th June 2011. The film will shoot on location throughout Europe, including London, Paris, Rome and Berlin.
Streetdance 2 3D is the highly anticipated follow-up to Streetdance 3D, one of the most successful independent British films of recent years. The film sees the return of favourites from the first film, including George Sampson, who won over audiences with his portrayal of cheeky chappie Eddie, and dance troupe Flawless reprise their role as dance crew The Surge.
George comments “I’m very excited about working on StreetDance 2 3D, »
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Well, this is some interesting news. According to Screen Daily UK producer-distributor Vertigo Films is ramping up the sequel for Gareth Edwards' Monsters. They've already signed on a pair of directors and provided a brief description of what we can expect.
Here's the lowdown: Monsters 2 will be directed by emerging hotshots Brent Bonacorso and Jesse Atlas with original director Gareth Edwards serving as executive producer alongside actor Scoot McNairy and Vertigo’s Rupert Preston. Vertigo’s Allan Niblo and James Richardson have also brought in Ben Pugh and Rory Aitken from Between the Eyes as producers.
This story will continue by introducing a teacher living in a protected walled city, who has to go into the infected zone to find his long-lost brother, a former military man who is now a Col. Kurtz-esque figure. Niblo promises “lots more creatures” than the original.
No cast is attached yet, but Niblo »
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British rapper Ben Drew (a.k.a. Plan B) will star opposite Ray Winstone in the big-screen adaptation of the 1970s British cop show "The Sweeney." According to Variety, Nick Love ("The Football Factory") will direct from a script he co-wrote with John Hodge.James Richardson of the U.K.'s Vertigo Films is producing with shooting set to begin this fall.The original series, which aired on ITV from 1975 to 1978, focused on two members (Jack Regan and George Carter) of the Flying Squad, a branch of the Metropolitan Police specializing in armed robbery and violent crime in London. The series showed a more realistic side of the police, which often had a disregard for authority and rules as long it got the job »
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4 items from 2011
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