‘Bang!’: Idris Elba will try to stop the Apocalypse in ‘Deadpool 2’ director’s film
According to Deadline, the Netflix will adapt the comics to the series ‘Bang!’ in a film directed by David Leitch (‘Bullet Train’) and starring Idris Elba (‘The Suicide Squad’).
The feature is the result of a partnership with Dark Horse Entertainment and the plot will be written by Matt Kindtwho also signs the comics, and Zak Olkewicz, screenwriter of ‘Bullet train’.
in the plot, Elba will bring to life the world’s most famous spy is sent to track down and kill the leader of a terrorist cult, which sets out to start the Apocalypse with a series of novels designed to brainwash its readers.
In addition to starring Elba will be one of the producers, along with Leitch and Kelly McCormick, representatives of the 87 North Productions.
For now, there is still no information about the rest of the cast and no forecast for the start of recordings.
As the project is in the early stages, updates should be released over the next few months.
Until then, it is worth remembering that the next film from Elba It is ‘The beast‘, which hits national cinemas in August 11th.
The survival horror’The beast‘ (Beast), starring Idris Elba (‘The Suicide Squad’), received a high age rating (R), and can only be watched by adults.
Promising many gory scenes with attacks by killer lions, the film was rated by the MPA for “extreme violence, bloody imagery and language”.
It is worth remembering that the production will reach national cinemas in August 11th.
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Balthasar Kormákur (‘Survivor’) is responsible for directing.
“The widower Dr. Nate Samuels (Elba) travels to South Africa, where he met his wife, with their two teenage daughters to a game reserve. But what begins as a journey of healing turns into a terrifying struggle for survival when a lion, a bloodthirsty hunter survivor who now sees all humans as enemies, begins stalking them.”
The cast still has Sharlto Copley (‘District 9’), Iyana Halley (‘The Hate You Sow’) and Leah Sava Jeffries (‘Empire’).
The script, based on an idea of Jaime Primak-Sullivanit was written by Ryan Engle (‘Rampage: Total Destruction’).
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