According to The Wrap, Noah is set to star in remake of the classic 1987 horror flick ‘The Lost Boys’ along with Jaeden Martell of ‘It’ fame.
Warner Bros. is prepping a remake of Joel Schumacher’s 1987 film “The Lost Boys” and has tapped Noah Jupe (“A Quiet Place”) and Jaeden Martell (“It”) to star.
Jonathan Entwistle (“The End of the F***ing World”) will direct the new, re-imagined “Lost Boys” film, and Randy McKinnon, who is also writing the “Static Shock” film for the studio, is working on the script.
Though plot details are being kept under wraps, the film is said to be set in the modern day.
The cult horror comedy starred Jason Patric and Corey Haim and was the story of two brothers who move to a California beach town and discover that it’s a haven for vampires.
Noah attended a Cinespia screening of ‘Dazed & Confused’ at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery over the weekend and had a little reunion with his ‘Honey Boy’ costar Lucas Hedges. You can see images from the event in the gallery.
Warner Bros Pictures has released the full trailer for ‘No Sudden Move’. Noah seemes to have a fairly small part, but you can see a couple of shots of him in the trailer. Screencaps have been added to the gallery.
According to The Wrap, Noah’s upcoming movie ‘No Sudden Move’ will first premiere at the Tribeca film festival on June 18 and will then be released on HBO Max on July 1. Members of the cast are said to be at the screening, but since Noah appears to have a small role as he’s not in the teaser, he probably won’t be there. You can also see the teaser below.
Film starring Don Cheadle, Benicio Del Toro and David Harbour premieres on HBO Max on July .
“No Sudden Move,” the next film from director Steven Soderbergh, has been set as the Centerpiece Gala selection for this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.
The movie will make its world premiere as part of the festival on June 18 with an outdoor screening, and it will then premiere on HBO Max on July 1. Members of the cast will be on hand for the premiere.
Don Cheadle, Benicio Del Toro and David Harbour lead the crime film set in 1954 Detroit and also stars Ray Liotta, Jon Hamm, Amy Seimetz, Brendan Fraser, Kieran Culkin, Noah Jupe, Craig muMs Grant, Julia Fox, Frankie Shaw and Bill Duke.
The story centers on a group of small-time criminals who are hired to steal what they think is a simple document. When their plan goes horribly wrong, their search for who hired them –and for what ultimate purpose – weaves them through all echelons of the race-torn, rapidly changing city. Ed Solomon wrote the screenplay.
Variety reports that ‘A Quiet Place Part II’ has been moved to an earlier release date. It is now slated to come out on May 28.
Fans of “A Quiet Place” will get to see the sequel in theaters earlier than expected.
Paramount Pictures has pushed up the release date of “A Quiet Place Part II” by several months, moving the film from Sept. 17 ahead to May 28. It took the spot previously occupied by Mark Wahlberg’s action-thriller “Infinite,” which was relocated to Sept. 24.
Paramount filled the Memorial Day weekend slot after Universal, earlier on Thursday, postponed “F9” from late May to June 25.
Variety reports that ‘A Quiet Place Part II’ will be released on Paramount Plus 45 days after its theatrical release on September 17. Also, a very happy 16th birthday to Noah!
“Mission: Impossible 7,” “A Quiet Place Part II” and more upcoming Paramount Pictures releases will be available to view at home sooner than expected.
Those films will debut exclusively in theaters as planned. However, the studio has newly shortened the amount of time they will play only on the big screen. After 45 days, new Paramount theatrical films will land on the budding streaming service Paramount Plus. Currently, “Mission: Impossible 7” is scheduled to release in theaters on Nov. 19 and “A Quiet Place Part II” is set for Sept. 17.
The announcement was made during ViacomCBS’ investor day on Wednesday. The presentation was orchestrated to hype up Paramount Plus, which launches on March 4. The platform, a rebrand and expansion of CBS All Access, will have to compete with a glut of streaming service offerings, including Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu, Disney Plus and Apple TV Plus.
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