Robin Hood (previously referred to as Robin Hood: Origins)is an upcoming American action–adventure film directed by Otto Bathurst and written by Ben Chandler and David James Kelly, from a story by Chandler and based on the tale of Robin Hood.
The film stars Taron Egerton, Jamie Foxx, Ben Mendelsohn, Eve Hewson, Tim Minchin and Jamie Dornan. It will be released by Lionsgate’s Summit Entertainment on November 21, 2018.
What may improve the film’s chances, however, is director Otto Bathurst, whose past credits include the very first episode of Black Mirror, the one revolving around the British Prime Minister and a pig, and the first three episodes of Peaky Blinders.
Whatever the finished result, the film appears to have long been a top priority for studio Lionsgate, who’ve been developing the project since 2015. So desperate for Egerton to star, they delayed filming for over a year to accommodate the star’s Kingsman schedule, and finally began filming in late 2016.
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‘Stop Telling People I Killed My Mother’ – Stonebwoy To Shatta Wale
It appears the dust may never settle on the fracas between Stonebwoy and arch-rival Shatta Wale.
Shatta Wale in an interview on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM had expressed his desire to establish a cordial relationship with his label mate but added that the latter was hesitant.
Stonebwoy in his response on Yaad Settings on Hitz FM with King Lagazee angrily lambasted Shatta Wale and questioned his sincerity.
“You go and say I killed my mother and come back and text me that you want peace, you want to make music?” he blurted.
“After he dissed my mother and [you] come around and say you want friendship?”
The ‘Baafira’ singer stressed that he can tolerate anything from Shatta Wale but not an insult to his departed mother.
Clearly, Stonebwoy indicated that he was not ready to bury the hatchet.
While the boss of Burniton Music was on tour in July, a Twitter user believed to be a fan of Shatta Wale accused Stonebwoy of murdering his mother.
The BET award-winner lost his temper, angrily replied his accuser and dared the user to confront him with that claim.
Stonebwoy in his interview on Hitz FM on Sunday suggested that Shatta Wale was the mastermind behind the allegation that he killed his mum.
He also warned Shatta Wale to desist from discrediting other artistes while pretending to preach peace.
I’m A Proud Feminist – Actress Genevieve Nnaji Declares
Nollywood actress, Genevieve Nnaji has openly declared she’s a proud feminist who embraces her femininity.
The actress made this known in an interview with Women and Hollywood Magazine, a media organisation that educates, advocates, and agitates for gender diversity in Hollywood and the global film industry.
She said: ‘I’m a proud feminist who embraces her femininity. I feel sometimes women are made to feel self-conscious and ashamed of their womanhood. Perhaps like “Wonder Woman,” we may wake up one day to discover that it is our superpower, and then we would be unstoppable.”
When asked to name her favorite woman-directed film and why. Genevieve Nnaji said;
“Patty Jenkins’ “Wonder Woman.” It was powerful and strong, and at the same time, feminine and sexy.
Speaking on the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, she said: “How quickly the oppressed have risen to the top, and yet the train has not stopped. If anything, they continue to create amazing content.”
History has shown that in almost every situation where a group of people or a demographic is being oppressed, it’s usually because the oppressors are threatened by the potential of the oppressed to be great. I’m happy women all over the world are discovering their superpower and turning “why me?” into “not me.”
‘Mile 22’ Official 2018 Movie Trailer
STX Films has release the final trailer trailer for Mile 22, the upcoming thriller from Lone Survivor and Deepwater Horizon filmmaker Peter Berg. The film stars Mark Wahlberg as an operative from the CIA’s most highly prized unit, who is tasked with retrieving and transporting a valuable intelligence asset (Iko Uwais) the actor of action hit movie The Raid, through 22 life-threatening miles of dangerous territory.
After diving into emotional and political thrillers with Lone Survivor and Patriot’s Day, Berg is making his first return to straight-up action since 2012’s Battleship. I have no doubt this film’s still going to have a political and jingoistic bent — it’s the Berg way — but damn if this trailer doesn’t look like a whole heap of action-packed fun. Plus, when you’ve got Uwais in your film, you’ve immediately got my attention.
Check out the Mile 22 trailer above. Scripted by Graham Roland and Lea Carpenter, the film also stars Lauren Cohan, Ronda Rousey, and John Malkovich. Mile 22 opens in theaters on August 17th.
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