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Shows I don't take notice of some new films
Probably old news but I just seen two trailers chances are both films are already released earlier this year , but wasn't aware there was a new Hellraiser, Judgement and a children of the corn runaway, if new children of the corn is anywhere as bad as the remake I run away it from it quicker than a child running from a zombie .
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Murder on the Orient Express Sequel To Start Filming next spring

Kenneth Branagh's Murder on the Orient Express sequel Death on the Nile will begin filming in the UK next spring. Branagh's take on the classic Agatha Christie murder-mystery wasn't as warmly received as Sidney Lumet's Oscar-winning 1974 adaptation, but critics did praise the movie for its lavishing production values and visual style. Audiences went on to power Orient Express to a $353 million gross at the global box office against a $55 million production budget, making it a no-brainer when Fox gave the go-ahead to a followup just a couple weeks after the film had opened in theaters.

Branagh, as he did on Orient Express, will direct Death on the Nile from an adapted script by Michael Green, in addition to starring as the world-famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. The original novel by Christie was published in 1937 and has been adapted for the big and small screen a few times over now, including the star-studded 1974 film version and, most recently, as an episode for the ITV series Agatha Christie's Poirot. 2017's Orient Express actually concluded with a scene that saw Branagh's Poirot set off to investigate a crime in Egypt that may or may not be related to the eponymous "Death" in the sequel.



GWW reports that Branagh's Death on the Nile is expected to film in the UK in Longcross Studios, England, like Orient Express before it. Branagh is currently in post-production on Disney's Artemis Fowl, but is expected to begin shooting Death on the Nile by early to spring 2019, in order to make its scheduled December 2019 theatrical release date. It's not clear yet if Branagh intends to film Death on the Nile with 65 mm cameras as he did Orient Express, but the sequel will reunite him with most of the same behind the scenes crew from that movie (including, his recurring cinematographer Haris Zambarloukos).


As far as casting goes, however, Branagh should be the only Orient Express actor who returns for Death on the Nile. Christie's original novel takes place after Orient Express and even references certain events from that story (namely, a red kimono that serves as a key plot point), but otherwise functions as a standalone narrative about Poirot. Branagh's film adaptation is expected to follow suit and reveal what happens when Poirot tries to continue his vacation by taking a holiday trip on a steamer traveling down the Nile... only for one of the guests to turn up dead, thus forcing Poirot to put his sleuthing skills to work once again.

Still, it will be interesting to see if Branagh's Death on the Nile deviates from Christie's source material and includes more direct connections to the characters and story from Orient Express. Branagh's film adaptation of the latter ended with Poirot realizing that not all crimes are as morally black and white as he would like them to be, so it's possible the sequel will build on his character arc in that respect. Death on the Nile could even wind up including or referencing other famous events and characters from Christie's books, thus setting the stage for the Christie movie universe that Branagh has suggested is a real possibility. It's just too bad Josh Gad won't be baiting Daisy Ridley for Star Wars spoilers, this time around
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Old 18th September 2018, 12:26 AM
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Sylvester Stallone Is Back At The Gym For Rambo 5

Sylvester Stallone may be 72 years old, but if he's going to reprise his iconic role as Rambo next year, nothing's going to stop him from hitting the gym. Ten years after his last reprisal as the Vietnam veteran in 2008's Rambo, the rough-and-tough action hero will soon make another return in the upcoming Rambo 5, hitting theaters next fall. In preparation, Stallone took to Instagram to show just how immersed he is in staying in shape to come back as Rambo. Take a look:


The action icon is 100% immersed in pumping iron to get his guns ready to take on the Mexican cartels in 2019 with Rambo 5. The short video is a little too on the nose, as Sylvester Stallone rocks a black tee-shirt with John Rambo's face on it in his younger years and has "Welcome to the Jungle" by Guns N' Roses playing in the background before he says the title of the track himself. The film is set to start filming this month. so Stallone is likely trying to get as much gym time as possible to be in optimum shape to reprise one of his most famous roles. He has been teasing the upcoming film and his crazy workouts on Instagram frequently in anticipation for the next installment of the 36-year-old franchise.

In the past, Sylvester Stallone claimed he was over and done with the character of Rambo, saying his heart was willing but his body couldn't handle the physical part of playing the one man army. Perhaps after the high-acclaim Stallone received after his reprisal of Rocky Balboa in Ryan Coogler's Creed, which earned the action actor a Golden Globe win and Oscar nomination in 2015, his motivations changed-- although he took a backseat and left the fighting to Michael B. Jordan. Stallone and Jordan will soon continue the fighting champion story with Creed II when it hits theaters in November. Whether Rambo 5 will see as triumphant return as received with Creed isn't clear.

Unlike the other action stars of his age, Sylvester Stallone has pushed himself and his body to continue to be of prevalence in Hollywood with recent releases such as Creed, The Expendables and even with an appearance in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. While details of how the next Rambo will play out are still scarce, Stallone doesn't let his age stop him from starring in the same films he was known for in his 30s.

The powerful soldier often armed with a knife, bow and his capable strong hands will return to the screen in fall 2019, this time just south of the border as he deals with Mexican drug cartels with Rambo 5 starring Sylvester Stallone

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Zombieland 2 starts production in January 2019
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Murder on the Orient Express Sequel To Start Filming next spring

Kenneth Branagh's Murder on the Orient Express sequel Death on the Nile will begin filming in the UK next spring. Branagh's take on the classic Agatha Christie murder-mystery wasn't as warmly received as Sidney Lumet's Oscar-winning 1974 adaptation, but critics did praise the movie for its lavishing production values and visual style. Audiences went on to power Orient Express to a $353 million gross at the global box office against a $55 million production budget, making it a no-brainer when Fox gave the go-ahead to a followup just a couple weeks after the film had opened in theaters.

Branagh, as he did on Orient Express, will direct Death on the Nile from an adapted script by Michael Green, in addition to starring as the world-famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. The original novel by Christie was published in 1937 and has been adapted for the big and small screen a few times over now, including the star-studded 1974 film version and, most recently, as an episode for the ITV series Agatha Christie's Poirot. 2017's Orient Express actually concluded with a scene that saw Branagh's Poirot set off to investigate a crime in Egypt that may or may not be related to the eponymous "Death" in the sequel.



GWW reports that Branagh's Death on the Nile is expected to film in the UK in Longcross Studios, England, like Orient Express before it. Branagh is currently in post-production on Disney's Artemis Fowl, but is expected to begin shooting Death on the Nile by early to spring 2019, in order to make its scheduled December 2019 theatrical release date. It's not clear yet if Branagh intends to film Death on the Nile with 65 mm cameras as he did Orient Express, but the sequel will reunite him with most of the same behind the scenes crew from that movie (including, his recurring cinematographer Haris Zambarloukos).


As far as casting goes, however, Branagh should be the only Orient Express actor who returns for Death on the Nile. Christie's original novel takes place after Orient Express and even references certain events from that story (namely, a red kimono that serves as a key plot point), but otherwise functions as a standalone narrative about Poirot. Branagh's film adaptation is expected to follow suit and reveal what happens when Poirot tries to continue his vacation by taking a holiday trip on a steamer traveling down the Nile... only for one of the guests to turn up dead, thus forcing Poirot to put his sleuthing skills to work once again.

Still, it will be interesting to see if Branagh's Death on the Nile deviates from Christie's source material and includes more direct connections to the characters and story from Orient Express. Branagh's film adaptation of the latter ended with Poirot realizing that not all crimes are as morally black and white as he would like them to be, so it's possible the sequel will build on his character arc in that respect. Death on the Nile could even wind up including or referencing other famous events and characters from Christie's books, thus setting the stage for the Christie movie universe that Branagh has suggested is a real possibility. It's just too bad Josh Gad won't be baiting Daisy Ridley for Star Wars spoilers, this time around
I'll stick with Peter Ustinov.
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I'll stick with Peter Ustinov.
Sam's a big fan of Agatha Christie and poirot and all other characters she created and she hated the film.
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I hope the actual film is more like the second half of the trailer

The first half seems like a depressing hatchet job

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