Approaching the Unknown is an upcoming science fiction drama about the first man that will set foot on Mars.
Watching the trailer you will notive influences from several movies. You get the drama elements and indie style from Moon, but also from last year’s Martian where astronauts’ solitude is explored as well. It also feels like a low budget Interstellar.
Anyhow, it looks really promising and maybe a hidden gem for 2016 among the more obvious anticipated blockbuster. It won’t make a lot of money, but it will win over the hearts of critics and audiences.
Mark Strong as Captain William D. Stanaforth, Sanaa Lathan as Captain Emily Maddox, Charles Baker as Captain Frank Worsely, Anders Danielsen Lie as Greenstreet and Bettina Skye as Nasa Technician.
Captain William Stanaforth is on a one-way solo mission to take the first steps in colonizing Mars. Like all pioneers throughout history, Stanaforth will face insurmountable odds and life and death decisions as he rockets bravely through space.
Approaching the unknown is directed and written by Mark Elijah Rosenberg. Premieres on 3 June 2016.
A horror fantasy remake of the classic Grimm story about the Sleeping Beauty.
Considering that the original Brothers Grim stories were in fact scary The Curse of the Sleeping Beauty will be closer to them than any other film before about Princess Aurora.
Ethan Peck as Thomas, India Eisley as Sleeping Beauty, Natalie Hall as Linda, Bruce Davison as Richard, Scott Alan Smith as Billings and Zack Ward as Nathan.
Thomas Kaiser inherits an ancestral mansion that has been in his family for generations, only to learn that he has also inherited an ancient curse stemming back to the Crusades. Forced into his new role as “protector” the guardian appointed to keep the evil demons in the house at bay, Thomas must unravel the mystery of the house, while struggling to awaken the beautiful Briar Rose, held captive in a terrifying netherworld seen previously in his dreams.
The Curse of Sleeping Beauty is directed by Pearry Reginald Teo. Premieres on 13 May 2016.
Three years after the release of Olympus Has Fallen, we get it’s sequel London Has Fallen starring Gerard Butler as Mike Banning, a U.S. Secret Service agent. Morgan Freeman as there again, he’s just the president in London Has Fallen, not God.
On the funeral of the British prime minister who has died under mysterious circumstances are present leaders of the Western world. U.S. Secret Service agent Mike Banning finds out that terrorists will attack them and he will do everything in his power to prevent that from happening.
Gerard Butler as Mike Banning, Morgan Freeman as Speaker Trumbull, Angela Bassett as Lynn Jacobs, Aaron Eckhart as Benjamin Asher and Charlotte Riley.
London Has Fallen is directed by Babak Najafi. The premiere is on 4 March 2016.
Cast starring in Now You See Me 2 is Lizzy Caplan as Lula, Daniel Radcliffe as Walter, Jesse Eisenberg as J. Daniel Atlas, Mark Ruffalo as Dylan Rhodes, Woody Harrelson as Merritt McKinney and Dave Franco as Jack Wilder.
The adventures with the Four Horsemen continues, now they must perform an unprecedented stunt to clear their names and expose the unethical practices of a tech magnate played by Daniel Radcliffe.
Now You See Me 2 is directed by Jon M. Chu. Premieres on 10 June 2016.
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