Soul premieres next month…
According to EmpireOnline, Soul is among the 58 feature films that will be screened at the virtual event which will run from October 7 to 18.
Soul is scheduled for release theatrically in the United States on November 20, 2020.
Its synopsis reads:
“Joe Gardner, a middle school music teacher, has long dreamed of performing jazz music onstage, and finally gets a chance after impressing other jazz musicians during an opening act at the Half Note Club. However, an untimely accident causes Gardner’s soul to be separated from his body and begin to proceed to The Great Beyond, and Gardner escapes to The Great Before, a world where souls develop personalities, quirks, and traits before being sent off to Earth. There, Gardner must work with souls in training at The Great Before, such as 22, a soul with a dim view on the concept of life, in order to return to Earth before his body dies and also to get to his act before his enemy Paul attempts to steal Joe’s dream.”
See the trailer below:
Tom Cruise risks life and limb in a new video from the set of Mission Impossible 7…
Just when you think the guy has done it all when it comes to death-defying stunts, Tom Cruise still manages to show he has another trick up his sleeve.
Thanks to a new set video, fans have been given their first look at the sort of thing to expect in the forthcoming film, teasing high-octane action via an incredible stunt being performed by Cruise himself.
The new footage shows the actor riding a motorcycle off a mountaintop ramp, opening his parachute just in time as he plunges into the air.
If what is seen in the video is any indication, director Christopher McQuarrie and Cruise have something outrageous planned that will please action lovers.
Check out the insane video below:
Christopher McQuarrie and Tom Cruise are taking Mission: Impossible 7 to another level pic.twitter.com/eZaa5z8s5Y
— zach (@ZachMacieI) September 7, 2020
Ms. Marvel series taps Bad Boys for Life directors…
A few months ago, it was revealed that Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah (the filmmakers behind the last Bad Boys film) met with Marvel Studios to discuss their involvement in a future project. Well, now we know what they will be doing soon.
Per a report from The Direct, the duo will direct at least one episode of the Disney + series Ms. Marvel.
The show will reportedly be inspired by and focus on the most recent incarnation of the titular character, a teen named Kamela Khan.
Ms. Marvel is a shapeshifting Muslim Pakistani-American from New Jersey who becomes the newest holder of the Ms. Marvel identity.
She is the youngest of two children from a traditional Pakistani family, and her powers have been described polymorphous (this means she can stretch and change her shape).
An online statement on the character reads:
“Despite her traditional roots, Kamala was the typical American teenager. Wanting to be herself, but still make her family proud. For several years, Kamala was a fan of superheroes especially the Avengers and, more importantly, Carol Danvers. So much, in fact, that she started writing online fan-fiction about the Avengers and Captain Marvel. Even going as far as joining the Carol Danvers Corps online.”
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