A couple of months ago we learned that Vin Diesel was in talks to join Sony Pictures’ feature film adaptation of Valiant Comics’ Bloodshot. The movie is set to be directed by Dave Wilson, who is Deadpool director Tim Miller‘s partner at Blur Studios.
After launching the franchise fourteen years ago, Vin Diesel is coming back to the world of xXx with xXx 3: The Return of Xander Cage. Diesel is reprising his role as the extreme sports athlete-turned-secret-agent, and this time he’s being joined by a cast that includes martial arts masters Jet Li and Tony Jaa, actresses Nina Dobrev, Ruby Rose, Bollywood star Deepika Padukone, and franchise vet Samuel L. Jackson. Continue reading
Last week, Warner Bros. released a trailer for The Iron Giant: Signature Edition. This is a digitally remastered version of the 1999 film that will include two new scenes that were cut from the original movie.
There might be another reason behind this remastered version of the film. It seems the studio might have bigger plans in store. Vin Diesel took to his Facebook page and posted a very intriguing comment: Continue reading
A year after The Fast and The Furious made him a star, Vin Diesel tried to kickstart another franchise with xXx, a film in which he played a former stuntman/extreme sports nut contracted as a secret agent by the NSA. It was as ridiculous as you’d imagine — I recall there being a lot of grinding down handrails — and Diesel went off to make The Pacifier while Ice Cube came in for xXx 2: State of the Union.
But Diesel, ever the franchise man, wants to return to his roots and after announcing he would be back for another sequel, it appears production is close to getting underway. In an Instagram post, Diesel says the movie — once called xXx: The Return of Xander Cage, though we’re not sure if that title remains or not — starts filming this December.