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June 8, 2021

Hayley Law And Keith Powers To Topline Avan Jogia’s Debut Feature, ‘Door Mouse’

Hayley Law (Riverdale, Altered Carbon) and Keith Powers (The Tomorrow War, Straight Outta Compton) are set to star in actor Avan Jogia’s debut feature, Door Mouse, which just wrapped production in Canada. Also starring Famke Janssen (Redeeming Love, When They See Us, X-Men) and Donal Logue (The Cloverfield Paradox, Zodiac), the neo-noir thriller...

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May 26, 2021

Highland adds Mickey Rourke supernatural thriller ‘Warhunt’ to Cannes slate

Highland Film Group heads into the virtual Cannes market next month with worldwide sales rights to the completed supernatural thriller Warhunt starring Mickey Rourke. Jackson Rathbone (The Twilight Saga, The Last Airbender), and Robert Knepper (Jack Reacher, Hunger Games franchises) also star in the film, which shot in Riga, Latvia, and is directed by Mauro...

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May 19, 2021

Mel Gibson, Elisha Cuthbert Join Josh Duhamel in ‘Bandit’

The action thriller is directed by Allan Ungar (“Gridlocked”), and is written by Kraig Wenman. The movie is based on author Robert Knuckle’s best-selling novel and journalist Ed Arnold’s interviews with Gilbert Galvan Jr, who went by the name Robert Whiteman when he was dubbed the Flying Bandit for successfully...

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May 18, 2021

Skeet Ulrich, Anne Heche & More Join Alec Baldwin Natural-Disaster Movie ‘Supercell’

EXCLUSIVE: Skeet Ulrich and Anne Heche have joined Oscar nominee Alec Baldwin in the natural disaster adventure film Supercell. The film, which is already in production in Georgia and Montana, is directed by Herbert James Winterstern (NBC’s Siberia) from a script by Winterstern & Anna Elizabeth James (Deadly Illusions). Also joining...

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