free counter

Orlando Bloom in Gran Turismo and Justin Long in Spin the Bottle

Orlando Bloom (Carnival Row) has joined the cast of the film inspired by the famous video game Gran Turismo which already includes David Harbor stranger things and restarting Hellboy and Archie Madekwe, a 27-year-old British …

Orlando Bloom (Carnival Row) has joined the cast of the film inspired by the famous video game Gran Turismo which already includes David Harbor stranger things and restarting Hellboy and Archie Madekwe, a 27-year-old British actor seen in horror Midsommar – The Village of the Damned and in the sci-fi thriller Travelers. The film adaptation from Sony Pictures and PlayStation Productions sees Neill Blomkamp (District 9) at the helm directing from a screenplay written by Jason Hall and Zach Baylan.

The film, which will be based on real events, tells about the possibility of granting the wish of a teenage “Gran Turismo” player, whose gaming skills have won numerous Nissan competitions, to become a real professional racing driver. . The project is about to go into production with a release date set for August 11, 2023.

Orlando Bloom has finished filming the action thriller red right hand which sees him starring alongside Garret Dillahunt and Andie MacDowell as Cash, a man with a troubled past who tries to live an honest and quiet life, but when forced to return to his old profession, he becomes shows capable of anything to protect the city and the only family he has left. Bloom is currently on the set of Wizards! directed by David Michod (Animal Kingdom, War Machine, The King) and written by Michod with actor and screenwriter Joel Edgerton. The plot follows two unfortunate beach bar managers, played by Bloom and Franz Rogowski (Freaks Out), whose trouble begins when they find stolen loot that they really should have left where it was hidden. The cast also includes Pete Davidson (The King of Staten Island), Naomi Scott (Aladdin) and Sean Harris (Mission: Impossible – Fallout).

Read:  10 sequel movies with terrible redesigns that failed miserably

Source: Deadline

Justin Long that we will see in the horror thriller Barbaric in the title role and Ali Arter known for her role as Claire Redfield in the films of resident Evil and for the television series The recruitjoin the cast of spin the bottlea horror starring Tanner Stine seen in the TV series Zac and Mia And The Thundermans and Kaylee Bryant, who starred in TV series Santa Clarita diet and as Josie Saltzman in Legacy. The cast is completed by Ryan Whitney (Claudia Shepard in the Sharknado films), Tony Amendola (Annabelle, La Llorona – Tears of Evil), Hal Cumpston (The Walking Dead: World Beyond), Angela Halili (American Horror Stories ), Christopher Ammanuel (Black Lightning) and Samantha Cormier (Until the Last Clue).

“Spin the Bottle”, an American term for “Spin the Bottle”, is a supernatural horror film directed by Gavin Weissen on his third feature film and his first foray into the horror genre. Weisen has already directed the play The art of coping (2011) with Freddie Highmore, Emma Roberts and Michael Angarano and comedy Unleashed stepdad (2017) with protagonists Emile Hirsch and JK Simmons. The storyline will see a group of teenagers inadvertently unleash an evil force as they perform Spin the Bottle at the site of a gruesome massacre.

Read:  A cast member of The Rings of Power talks about the online controversy

The film which just wrapped filming was financed by Fortress Media Group with Will Hayes, Jim Valdez, Kyle Hayes and Chris Barish serving as producers. Harrison Kordestani serves as executive producer with Scot Ruggles serving as associate producer.

Justin Long returned to collaborate with Kevin Smith afterwards Defense And Yoga pants for the sequel Clerks III, recently released in America and the UK, has two films currently in post-production: the horror thriller Dear David, which follows the man is haunted by the ghost of a boy named David, who tries to kill him. Director John McPhail’s film (Anna and the Apocalypse) is based on the eponymous ghost story and Twitter’s first urban legend. The second film sees Bloom co-star with Brittany Snow in the romantic comedy Christmas with the Campbells caught off guard at the time of an official plot.

Ali Larter has wrapped filming the thriller The man in the white van currently in post-production which sees her star alongside Sean Astin (Stranger Things, Lord of the Rings). The film based on a true story takes us to a picturesque town in Florida in 1974 where a sinister white van starts following a young girl; her parents’ disbelief that this is actually happening, given her daughter’s tendency to overdo it, will eventually lead to a terrifying Halloween nightmare.

Read:  "Florian Zeller's text lit a fire in me"

Source: Deadline

Leave a Comment