Having previously worked together in “The Favorite,” Joe Alwyn will reunite with director Yorgos Lanthimos for the latter’s next film “And” at Searchlight. Filming begins in New Orleans this month.
The storyline is remains under wraps. Alwyn joins an ensemble cast that already has Oscar winner Stone, Jesse Plemons, Willem Dafoe, Margaret Qualley and Hong Chau. [Source: THR]
“Barbarian” breakout Georgina Campbell has signed on to star with Liam Neeson and Joe Keery in the sci-fi actioner “Cold Storage” based on David Koepp’s novel. Jonny Campbell is directing for Studiocanal.
Sounding like a variation of Michael Crichton’s “The Andromeda Strain,” the story deals with a mutating micro-organism having been contained in a military facility – until it escapes. It’s up to a retired bioterror operative and two unlikely heroes employed in the facility to destroy the organism and save mankind. [Source: Deadline]
Following yesterday’s character posters, Netflix has premiered the new trailer for the eight-episode animated series “Sonic Prime” which hits the service on December 15th. Deven Mack, Brian Drummond, Ashleigh Ball, Shannon Chan-Kent and Adam Nurada co-star.
The new animated series sees the hedgehog travelling across the “shatterverse” after a battle between Sonic and Dr. Eggman causes reality itself to shatter. Sonic will need to go on an epic quest across multiple dimensions that will see him fight new foes and meet new allies in an effort to fix the universe and save his friends.
The trailer is here for Randall Emmett’s “Savage Salvation” starring Jack Hutson, Robert De Niro, John Malkovich, and rapper Quavo. The film hits digital and on-demand on December 2nd.
Adam Taylor Barker and Chris Sivertson penned the story about a man who moves to a small town where his fiance is killed by drug dealers. Filled with rage, he embarks on a vengeful killing spree to take them all down.
Next, Peacock has premiered the official trailer for “The Calling,” a new crime drama series based on Dror Mishani’s novels about hopeful NYPD detective Avraham Avraham (played by Jeff Wilbusch). All eight episodes premiere on November 10th.
In the series, a case involving a search for a woman’s missing son gets flipped on its head, and Avi’s faith and religious principles are shaken as he begins questioning his own humanity. David E. Kelley serves as showrunner whilst Barry Levinson directs.
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