A few brief updates on projects about to (or currently) filming have emerged today.
First up, the Russo Brothers’ follow-up to “Avengers: Endgame” – the bank robber heist film “Cherry” starring Tom Holland as an Army medic that turns to a life of crime – will reportedly begin shooting around July 15th in Cleveland.
Holland is currently filming reshoots for Doug Liman’s “Chaos Walking” ahead of the press tour for “Spider-Man: Far From Home” releasing July 2nd.
Next, Kenneth Branagh’s planned adaptation of Agatha Christie’s “Death On The Nile” is reportedly targeting a September 30th start at Longcross Studios in the UK ahead of a planned October 2020 release.
Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer, Letitia Wright and Tom Bateman are all set to star while Branagh is back as Hercule Poirot who investigates the murder of a wealthy heiress onboard a nile cruise. Many onboard have reason to kill her, but when they start dying it only deepens the mystery of the killer’s identity.
Finally, the third “Jumanji” movie is still in the midst of shooting with the team currently setup in the deserts of New Mexico. Star Dwayne Johnson has dropped a new video showing off he and co-star Kevin Hart hopping onto some camels whoch you can see below.
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My camel training is on point, since I rode them for Scorpion King. But, my son @kevinhart4real has no idea what’s coming when his camel is in his “cush” position and goes to stand up. I’m not saying I would’ve been happy if he fell off and did an ass up – face down plant directly in the New Mexico dirt… I’m just saying I may have laughed. Hard. Too much with brotha Kev and as always he commits in our movies and goes ALL IN. #OhShit #YouGotItBrothaaa #JUMANJI
Source: HN Entertainment