The King's Man (2021)
Daniel, played by Brühl, seems to be remarkably similar to Brühl in real life – he is of German-Spanish heritage, the hit that launched his career was a “Stasi comedy,” and since then he has acted in Hollywood movies and series. But this is not Brühl, but a “heightened” version of him, the actor-director says.
The film starts with Daniel sitting in his beautiful Berlin apartment, preparing to fly to London to audition for a Hollywood super-hero movie.
Asbell, who succeeded Emma Watts in the top job last March, welcomes a slew of pedigreed creatives to his team including Sarah Shepard, Brian Dukes, Rashonda Joplin and Catherine Hughes.
“They are all stellar executives, and we’re fortunate to have them on board at a pivotal moment in our studio’s history, as we prepare to greatly expand our streaming output alongside our slate of theatrical films,” Asbell told Variety.
The upcoming 20th slate includes the Ryan Reynolds comedy action film “Free Guy,” the ensemble murder mystery “Death on the Nile,” “The King’s Man” and Steven Spielberg’s “West Side Story.” The four new hires complement a creative team that includes Scott Aversano, J. R. Young and Colin Greten.
Shepard joins 20th as senior vice president of production, moving over
Arterton's extensive film work includes playing 'Bond Girl' 'Strawberry Fields' in "Quantum of Solace"...
...lead roles in "Clash of the Titans" (2010), "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time" (2010), "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters" (2013)...
..."The Disappearance of Alice Creed" (2009), "Tamara Drewe" (2010), "The Escape" (2017) and "Vita and Virginia" (2018).
Since 2016 Arterton has run her own production company, Rebel Park Productions...
...focusing on creating female-led content in front of and behind the camera.
"The King's Man" will be released February 26, 2021.
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"...set during and after World War I, 'Col. T. E. Lawrence' (Fiennes) takes in a young prospect named 'Conrad' (Dickinson) to train him as an elite 'Kingsman Agent'...
"...as a collection of history's worst tyrants and criminal masterminds including 'Rasputin', gather to plot more war..."
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They join Paddy Considine, Olivia Cooke, Matt Smith and Emma D’Arcy in the straight-to-series Game of Thrones prequel from George R.R. Martin, Ryan Condal and Miguel Sapochnik.
Based on Martin’s Fire & Blood, the series, which is set 300 years before the events of Game of Thrones, tells the story of House Targaryen. I hear the series has five lead characters: King Viserys Targaryen (Considine), Alicent Hightower (Cooke), Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen (D’Arcy), Prince Daemon Targaryen (Smith) and Lord Corlys Velaryon (Toussaint), known as the Sea Snake, who becomes Hand to Queen Rhaenyra Targaryen during the Dance of the Dragons.
Toussaint’s Lord of House Velaryon comes from a Valyrian bloodline as old as House Targaryen. As “The Sea Snake,” the most famed nautical adventurer in the history of Westeros,
With the releases of Black Widow and Eternals moved to 2021 due to the pandemic, this will be the first year since 2009 that at least one Marvel movie didn’t make the shortlist. Other tentpoles that might have been, at least, in the conversation, but were moved to 2021 include Bond film No Time To Die, Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi Dune, Top Gun sequel Maverick, prequel The King’s Man and monster ...
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Like Edgar-Jones, Smith and Dickinson were among a slew of talent vying for the male leads in the film, in what turned in to two of the more coveted roles among young rising stars.
The story takes place in the mid-20th century South and centers on Kya, a young woman who is abandoned by her family and has to raise herself all alone in the marshes outside of her small town. However, when her former boyfriend is found dead, Kya is thrust into the spotlight, instantly branded by the local townspeople and law
It’s a promising development for a beleaguered company, yet AMC and the rest of the film exhibition industry are hardly out of the woods — even with the ongoing vaccine rollout. The news of AMC’s debt and equity financing comes shortly after MGM postponed the release of “No Time to Die” for a third time, the latest bump moving it from April to early October. Bond’s vacancy sparked a release date exodus from the first half of the year, with “Morbius,” “Ghostbusters: Afterlife,” “The King’s Man” and “A Quiet Place Part II
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The film had its world premiere March 8, 2020 and was scheduled to hit theaters that month, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, it was rescheduled to September 2020. However, last July, Paramount announced it would be moving the film’s release to April 23, 2021 — its most recent release date.
In March, Krasinski said, “One of the things I’m most proud of is that people have said our movie is one you have to see all together. Well due to the ever-changing circumstances of what’s going on in the world around us, now is clearly not the right time to do that. As insanely excited as we are for you all to see to see this movie, I’m gonna wait to release the film til we Can all see it together! So here’s to our group movie date!
Paramount’s post-apocalyptic thriller — directed by John Krasinski and starring Emily Blunt — has been postponed for a third time. It will now open in theaters on Sept. 17.
“A Quiet Place 2” was initially slated to release last March, but those plans were abandoned in the 11th hour as the heath crisis first started to grip the United States. It was most recently moved to April 23, however that date recently started to look unlikely considering coronavirus cases are still on the rise.
With the surge in Covid-19 infections, moviegoing has been slow to return in the United States. That means studios still don’t feel confident in releasing their buzziest movies on the big screen. Currently in North America, around 65% of movie theaters remain closed, and cinemas that have
Bob's Burgers was originally set to open in theaters this April, but it no longer has a release date. It is unclear if Disney will announce a new date, or have the movie go straight to streaming instead. The King's Man (20th) was previously slated for release on March 12th, and now moves to August 20th. The movie was originally going to open on November 15th, 2019, but was pushed back first to February 14th,
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According to Disney, the studio is moving a number of films from 20th Century Studios and Searchlight Pictures out of the spring and into the fall.
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The moves come as more studios shuffle releases from the first and second quarters of the year.
Yesterday, MGM announced it was moving the next James Bond film, “No Time to Die,” from April 2 to Oct. 8. The film was originally scheduled for release in April 2020 but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. It was then postponed to November, but in October, the film was delayed once again to April 2.
Hopes in Hollywood for box office recovery this spring have started to dim. Despite efforts by newly inaugurated President Joe Biden to accelerate production and distribution of the Covid-19 vaccine, experts have warned that it will take all of the spring
On Friday, numerous titles, all from the company’s 20th Century Studios and Searchlight banner, were shifted out of the first half of the year. Among those films are “The King’s Man,” which moved from March 12 to Aug. 20, while animated family film “Ron’s Gone Wrong” has been pushed from April 23 to Oct. 22. “Bob’s Burgers,” a movie based on the popular TV show that was set for April 9, has been taken off the release calendar entirely.
Meanwhile, four Searchlight titles have been given new release dates: horror film “The Night House” (July 16), the Jessica Chastain-led biopic “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” (Sept. 24), supernatural thriller “Antlers” (Oct. 29 in limited release) and Guillermo del Toro’s twisted suspense drama “Nightmare Alley” (Dec. 3 in limited release).
Prior to Friday’s announcement, “The King’s Man,” which has been postponed numerous times amid the pandemic,
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