Cannon Films Is Back In Business?

Cannon Films, the iconic independent film studio of the 1970s and 1980s which essentially continued the careers of the likes of Charles Bronson and Chuck Norris through and after their prime, are back – more than twenty years after shutting their doors.

Responsible for the likes of “Masters of the Universe,” “Cyborg,” “Breakin’,” “Cobra,” “Lifeforce,” “Invasion U.S.A.,” “American Ninja,” “Death Wish II,” and “Bloodsport,” the studio is now back with a new slate of movies is on the horizon.

Formed under the new hand of Richard Albiston, Cannon Films Ltd. was established in 2014 and is moving forward with the ideals of former chairman Menahem Golan about putting the artist first. Today comes word of eight films which mark their inaugral slate – “America Ninja Apprentice,” “Return of The Delta Force,” “U.S. Sniper,” “Allan Quatermain and the Jewel of the East,” “Curse,” “Zombi: They Live,” “Writer’s Block” and “The Leopard Hunts at Midnight”.

Source: Joblo, Cannon Films