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The future keeps getting brighter for "Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation" star Rebecca Ferguson. She's currently filming "The Snowman" with Michael Fassbender, and later this year will appear in the already anticipated thriller "The Girl On The Train," not to mention she already has "Florence Foster Jenkins" with Meryl Streep in the can. But now the rising actress is getting her first major lead role. Read More: The 20 Best Breakthrough Performances Of 2015 Variety reports she'll star in the sci-fi feature "Life" for director Daniel Espinosa ("Snabba Cash," "Safe House"). Penned by "Deadpool" scribes Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese, the story centers on the crew of an international space station who come across life from Mars that is more intelligent than expected. Presumably it leads to some unexpected consequences. No word yet on when production will begin, but it's an intriguing premise. And »
- Kevin Jagernauth
This is one of those stories that, to those of us at the end of the movie chain, makes little difference. The films in question will both still arrive on the day they were expected to, and the only slight change will be the logos at the start.
The Girl On The Train and the live action remake of Ghost In The Shell (starring Scarlett Johansson) are both dated for October 7th 2016 and March 31st 2017 respectively. But overnight, both movies fell off the Walt Disney Pictures release schedule in the States.
Had they been dropped? No, not quite. But instead we get further evidence of the shrinking number of movies that Disney itself is distributing, which is likely to get to single figures next year.
2016 is going to be one exciting year at the movies!
We’ve wrapped up the year that was and are welcoming the new year into theatres with open arms in what is shaping up to be the biggest year for films ever. Really. Movie lovers rejoice because you are going to get spoiled for choice in 2016.
We’ve got hotly anticipated returns to some major franchises like X-Men, Star Trek, Captain America, and Kung Fu Panda, we’ll reunite with some old friends in Finding Dory, Alice Through the Looking Glass, and Zoolander 2. We'll be catch up with Robert Langdon in Inferno, find out why Angry Birds are so angry, get literary in The Girl on the Train, meet a giant in The Bfg, learn How to Be Single and discover Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Oh yeah, we’ll also get our first taste of the »
- Rachel West
3 items from 2016
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