The remake of “Pet Sematary” began filming today, co-director Dennis Widmyer announced on his Twitter account.
Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch co-helm the movie, the second adaptation of the Stephen King classic, which will star Jason Clarke, John Lithgow and Amy Seimetz.
Film opens April 19, 2019.
— Dennis Widmyer (@denniswidmyer) June 18, 2018
Meanwhile, Dwayne Johnson has taken to his Instagram account to confirm that development has begun on “Jumanji 3” – which Jake Kasdan will return to direct, and Johnson and his co-stars from “Jumanji : Welcome to the Jungle” will reprise their roles in.
Ladies, gents and children of all ages.. The JUMANJI SEQUEL is officially underway. Holy shit what a dynamite pitch from our writer/director Jake Kasdan. We couldn’t stop laughing and most importantly – like our first JUMANJI – the HEART in our story is our anchor. Writing with Jake, are our original JUMANJI writers Jeff Pinkner and Scott Rosenberg. Back to produce is my twin, Matt Tolmach and myself, @danygarciaco & @hhgarcia41. And sorry for the spoiler but @kevinhart4real dies in the first 15 seconds of the movie, to what I’m assuming will be a HUGE standing ovation from the audience and the cast @karengillanofficial @jackblack @nickjonas 😂 #TheSmolderReturns #SevenBucksProds #SONY #JUMANJI
One of two new films fixing on Batman villain ‘The Joker’ will film in September, according to Omega Underground.
Starring Joaquin Phoenix as the clown prince of crime, the Todd Phillips-directed film is said to be set during the ‘80s. Martin Scorsese is executive producing the film.