Quick News: NYCC, Quiet, Green, Mad, Kong

New York Comic Con
The proper teaser trailer for “Pacific Rim: Uprising” is set to debut Friday, October 6th at the New York Comic Con where special video presentations for Hulu’s Stephen King-verse series “Castle Rock” and a first look at the second season of “The X-Files” revival will also take place. Much of the footage shown is expected to be officially released online shortly after. [Source: Variety]

A Quiet Place
Paramount Pictures has announced the start of principal photography on the John Krasinski-directed supernatural horror film “A Quiet Place” starring Krasinski and his wife Emily Blunt.

The story is set on a farm where a family has been terrorized by a ghostly being for some time. Noah Jupe and Millicent Simmonds also star in the film which Michael Bay, Andrew Form and Brad Fuller are producing. The film opens April 6th 2018.

Green Olds
Thomas Haden Church, Alice Eve, and Finn Wittrock are set to star in Max Mayer’s comedy thriller “Green Olds”. Dallas Brennan, Chris Gilligan, and Rabinder Sira will produce.

Mayer helms from a script written by Dallas Mitchell Brennan in which a young man in the American Southwest who encounters a married couple soon finds himself swept into a strange and dangerous love triangle. [Source: Variety]

10 Days In A Mad-House
Kate Mara (“House of Cards,” “Fantastic Four”) is set to star in and executive produce a currently untitled drama series based on Nellie Bly’s novel “10 Days In A Mad-House”. Entertainment One, Danjaq and The Frederick Zollo Company will produce.

“Jacob’s Ladder” scribe Sarah Thorp will pen potential drama series about the experiences of the first ever female undercover journalist Nellie Bly (Mara). Bly feigned insanity and got herself committed to Blackwell’s Island Asylum to report on the conditions first-hand. [Source: Deadline]

Kong: Skull Island
After famously taking one online movie site to task over their unconstructive criticism (ie. whining), “Kong: Skull Island” director Jordan Vogt-Roberts has participated in the new Honest Trailers episode for his own movie, and doesn’t pull any punches when it comes to criticising his own material. Check out the episode below.