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Brie Larson's CAPTAIN MARVEL Is Revealed In New Set Photos
We're surely a ways from any other female-led Marvel properties other than what lies ahead for actress Brie Larson's upcoming debut as Captain Marvel. For now, production is underway and New York Post's Page Six column entry from Bryan Hood now reveals an exclusive first look at the film's star with a slate of seven set photos now online; What you see above is a sampled crop of Larson in costume from the tweeted article which you can check out in full at PageSix.com.
Mississippi Grind's Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck are helming the film for its March 2019 release from a script by Geneva Robertson-Dworet (upcoming Tomb Raider and Gotham City Sirens), Meg LeFauve (Inside Out) and Nicole Perlman (Guardians of the Galaxy). The 1990's-set story sees Larson as Carol Danvers, the ill-gotten US Air Force Security Chief who becomes the title heroine following a near-fatal explosion involving alien DNA.
The Oscar-winning actress is bringing her best superhero game for the film's March 8, 2019 open, marking one of at least two appearances in Marvel and Disney's MCU. Samuel L. Jackson will also star as a younger incarnation of Nick Fury, sans eyepatch with actress DeWanda Wise (She’s Gotta Have It), and actord Ben Mendelsohn (Rogue One, Ready Player One) and Jude Law (Sherlock Holmes).
Changes are in the midst for upcoming New York City-set martial arts mobster comedy, Made In Chinatown following last week's exclusive report. Acclaimed filmmaker, stunt multi-hyphenate and author Art Camacho (Half Past Dead 2, Assassin X, Confessions Of A Pit Fighter) is being tapped to direct the new pic which rolls cameras in June.
Stuntman, world-class wushu stylist and champion Gold medalist, actor Alfred Hsing will make his starring debut from a script by executive producer and author Mark V. Wiley. Mingling tropes from various memorable hit films like Kung Fu Hustle, Analyze This, Micky Blue Eyes and Big Trouble In Little China, Made In Chinatown centers on Vinny, a Chinatown resident who, with the help of his sifu and a select few good friends, works to assimilate himself into the Italian mob lifestyle and gain top-tier status whilst in pursuit of the girl of his dreams.
Dubbed as "The Fight Master" in the 90s among a multitude of other accomplishments, Camacho…
An exasperating wait, no less, for folks like myself who live in the U.S.. Still, it's nice to know that a Blu-Ray/Digital HD release of the new tournament martial arts thriller, Boyka: Undisputed, is well on its way with an August release, while it's even nicer to know that the film's star, actor and martial artist Scott Adkins wants to do a fifth.
He says so at around the 11:40 mark in his latest interview now online following his recent appearance at MCM Expo in London this week to discuss the role and the film as a whole - And not for nothing either as he continues to pound away at fans who enjoy his movies, but insist on stealing them online which will otherwise kill any chance of the film happening before 2030 if we're lucky (my words, not his).
Adkins also shares several new images from his latest, Accident Man, and some gems on Michael Cuesta's American Assassin, working with Tony Jaa on the recently-wrapped ensemble action thriller, Triple Threat, and muc…
Well this is spiffy. Who Taffy Edwards is remains a mystery while said individual sits in the directors chair for upcoming independent crime pic, English Dogs. The film is set to arrive sometime this year and has Time Rush actors Byron Gibson (Only God Forgives) and martial arts sensation, action actor Ron Smoorenberg (Asura) leading the cast.
Plot details are nil as things stand, save for what we can extrapolate from the official trailer that premiered on Wednesday in addition to the film's doughty tagline: "There are 340 breeds of Dogs on the Planet but there can only be one Alpha". And that's about all we got to work with along with what the trailer offers in its ambitious British gangster tropes with Thailand as the backdrop, and watching Gibson throwdown along with shots of Smoorenberg in his element on top of chewing some scenery as a crimeboss, which is always welcome.
Check out the trailer below!