Quick News: Bohemian, Predator, Lost, Easy, Posters

Quick News Bohemian Predator Lost Easy Posters

Bohemian Rhapsody
20th Century Fox has released several new images from “Bohemian Rhapsody,” the shots showcasing Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury and Gwilym Lee as guitarist Brian May in the film.

The project charts the rise of famed British rock band Queen – all leading up to their iconic performance at Live Aid 1985. Aidan Gillen, Lucy Boynton and Tom Hollander co-star in the Bryan Singer and Dexter Fletcher-directed film opening November 2nd.

The Predator
Director Shane Black’s “The Predator” has scored an R rating from the MPAA. The upcoming sci-fi action thriller has scored its rating for “strong bloody violence, language throughout, and crude sexual references.”

Black made it clear last year of his intent to shoot for an R-rating with an amusing “PG-13 is for pussies” tweet. “The Predator” opens in cinemas September 14th.

When We Were Lost
Stampede and producer Greg Silverman have optioned the film rights to British author Kevin Wignall’s novel “When We Were Lost” with plans to produce it as a teen survival drama film.

The story centers on nineteen teenagers who survive a plane crash bound for Costa Rica. The teenagers go into survival mode while the hope of being rescued dims each day. [Source: Variety]

Easy
Netflix has renewed the anthology drama series “Easy” for a third and final season to air in 2019. Kate Micucci, Jane Adams, Zazie Beetz, Michael Chernus, Kiersey Clemons, Evan Jonigkeit, Elizabeth Reaser, Jacqueline Toboni, Dave Franco, Aya Cash and Marc Maron co-star.

Written, directed and executive produced by Joe Swanberg, the standalone episodes explore diverse Chicago characters as they fumble through the modern maze of love, sex, technology and culture. [Source: Deadline]

Posters
A couple of new one-sheets today including Yorgos Lanthimos’ “The Favorite,” Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma,” Drew Goddard’s “Bad Times at the El Royale,” Steve McQueen’s “Widows” and several character posters for Luca Guadagnino’s “Suspiria”.