This is truly breaking news. Last week We reported that Most in Demand Director for Commercial films David Leitch who gave us Dead Pool 2, Atomic Blonde and Hobbs and Shaw was brought on board to direct Bullet train an Adaptation of Japanese Manga comics for Sony
No Cast was attached to the project, however we had mentioned that a big Star was extremely interested in coming on board now its official.
Brad Pitt will lead Sony action thriller Bullet Train . Pitt who’s last main stream action film was Troy will once again don the Action Avatar.
The film is Based on the popular Japanese book Maria Beetle by Kotaro Isaka, Bullet Train centers on a group of hitmen and assassins with conflicting motives on a train in Tokyo.
The project has been described as a cro Speed, the Keanu Reeves action film set on a bus, meets Non-Stop, the 2014 Liam Neeson thriller set on a plane. Sources say that Pitt will play an American hitman named Ladybug.
The studio is fast tracking this project and hoping to shoot this fall. The film is a contained thriller, which means it can be shot on a contained set and more easily follow health restrictions than a sprawling action movie set.
Antoine Fuqua, who originally developed the project, is producing under his banner Fuqua films alongside Leitch and Kelly McCormick via their 87 North banner.
The script is being written by Zak Olkewicz (Fear Street) and Leitch is overseeing the development. In order to boost earning Sony has an interesting line up of Action films.
Morbius Starring Jarred Leto , Black five Developed and Directed by the World’s most commercial Director Michael Bay and Venom 2.
The news is super exciting . Keep reading this space for more.
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