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A statement from Phoenix Fire Entertainment and some announcements regarding its upcoming slate.


Firstly, the studio would like to thank filmmakers and audiences alike for their incredible support in its very first year, and it hopes that it delievers more great cinematic experiences going forth. Special thanks to the reception to the likes of Tim Wardle's The Gift of Life (nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature), David Fincher's In the Doghouse (nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Actor: Drama), and Ryan Coogler's Tony Hawk's Pro Skater (nominated for an Academy Award for Best Cinematography; Phoenix Fire's most profitable film in its launch year slate).


Secondly, Phoenix Fire wants to announce that it will be donating a portion of the revenue generated by the Niki Caro-directed drama Returning from Hell, hitting theaters in limited release on November 1st Y8 and expanding wide on December 5th, to both the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) and the National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect. The film is based on the real life story of a woman who was mistreated from childhood by both her family and, later on in adult life, by a partner.


Next, Phoenix Fire, having already finished production on two of its biggest Y8 films, Julia Hart's The Lost Empire (releasing on January 12th) and Paul Verhoeven's Far Cry (March 22nd), announces that it plans on moving forward with a December Y8 release for the Steven Spielberg anthology blockbuster Dreams. Should the film not finish production to make it to Y8, Mr. Spielberg will move on to other scheduled compromises and Phoenix Fire will bring another director to complete the film, but that is only in case the film doesn't make its currently projected Y8 release.


Finally, the studio wants to make a major announcement regarding its biggest upcoming release, the Y9 live-action/animation-hybrid space opera Mighty Fall. Phoenix Fire is already hard at work in production of the movie, with director Alex Hirsch at the helm. Previously, the studio announced that the film would feature beloved cartoon characters Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck as supporting characters, to be voiced by Billy West and Dee Bradley Baker respectively (them reprising their roles from Space Jam and the upcoming Space Jam: A New Legacy). However, after some revisions of early drafts of the script, Mr. Hirsch and the studio have decided that this will no longer be the case, as, ultimately, the presence of these widely revered characters clashed with the darker tone of Mr. Hirsch's vision. Instead, Mighty Fall will feature entirely original characters reprising the roles that Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck would originally fulfill. Billy West and Dee Bradley Baker will still voice these characters, in a star-filled cast that also features Olivia Cooke, Finn Wolfhard, Naomi Scott, Christoph Waltz and Emma Thompson.


As for Looney Tunes fans, fear not, because you will get your own treat. Phoenix Fire is in talks with Peter Browngardt, developer of the HBO Max series Looney Tunes Cartoons, to develop a full-length animated feature centered on Looney Tunes characters, with the voice cast of that series also reprising their roles. This will be the second movie to be released by the Phoenix Fire Animation banner of the studio (third if we retroactively include Vixen and the Flaming Feather), alongside January Y9's Vixen and the Castle of Doom. The project, which goes by the working title of Wabbit Hole, may pay homage to classic Bugs Bunny cartoons by pitting the famous rabbit against all of his enemies, like Yosemite Sam, Elmer Fudd and Marvin the Martian... in all of their multiverse forms. The movie has no set release year, but will be coming relatively soon after Mighty Fall.


Thank you so much for reading. Merry Christmas (belated) and happy New Year!

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Last minute announcement: Phoenix Fire officially announces that, due to a commitment with a fellow studio, Steven Spielberg will no longer direct Dreams in Y8. He will remain on as a producer.


Instead, the director that agreed to helm the film in Mr. Spielberg's place will be none other than:



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Jennifer Yuh Nelson, director of Kung Fu Panda 2Kung Fu Panda 3, and, most notably in the CAYOM dimension, Spark: Beyond the Sky and the all-time box office record setter, Spark: A Hero's Promise.


Phoenix Fire Entertainment is proud to have Ms. Yuh Nelson behind this ambitious project.


Dreams is a blockbuster-sized anthology film, composed of many different short films of all sorts of genres, from fantasy to sci-fi, comedy to horror, all united by the common thread of being the creations of eager film fans. Based on the 2020 video game of the same name. It is set to release on Y8, eyeing a December 13th date.

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Phoenix Fire Entertainment commends fellow studio Endless Entertainment for announcing a second arm of animation, besides its main arm Endless Animation, dedicated to adult animated features. Phoenix Fire will follow on its foot-steps and announce two separate divisions of animation.


The primary studio is Phoenix Fire Family Animation. This studio will be responsible for mainstream family-friendly animation catered towards all audiences. Its first two features will be Peter Avanzino's Invader Zim, an adaptation of the Nickelodeon cartoon, coming in Fall Y9; and Peter Browngardt's Wabbit Hole, a Looney Tunes film centered on Bugs Bunny and his many multiverse foes, release date aiming towards Summer of year TBD. Afterwards, a Sackboy movie, based on the LittleBigPlanet video game character, will be going forward, it to be directed by Steve Moore.


And now, we are proud to officially announce Phoenix Fire Artstyles. Our second animation arm, this studio will produce animated features of all different sorts of art-styles, leaning more towards experimental and less mainstream-friendly, and aimed at all different spectrums, from films for all ages, to adult-only features. Despite having been released as a Phoenix Fire Entertainment feature in theaters and initially in home video, Vixen and the Flaming Feather will be henceforth declared as a Phoenix Fire Artstyles movie, the logo of the studio appearing in its home video versions from here on out. As far as fully produced features from the scratch by the studio:

  • the first will be coming in Y8 as Dave-Day, an R-rated claymation feature directed by Eric Fogel, based on a short by animation duo Twin Tales, about an American soldier named Dave as he gets ready for the Normandy beach storming;
  • in Y9, we will be getting Vixen and the Castle of Doom, the sequel to Flaming Feather, still directed by Gianluigi Toccafondo, but now set to feature voice acting, with Katherine Langford already cast as the voice of Vixen;
  • in Y10, Paul Trillo will be directing a full length feature version of his sci-fi short Until There Was Nothing, a philosophical tale about exploration of a black hole, which will be Artstyles' first big budget film, given that the studio aspires for photo-realistic animation;
  • beyond these projects, a third and final Vixen film, a Sackboy spin-off animated entirely through the LittleBigPlanet 3 video game, and an original horror film inspired by Surrealist art are already in motion.

The majority of these projects, save for a few exceptions, are set for January of their respective years, similarly to how Vixen and the Flaming Feather came out in the very first weekend of the year.

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As production for the much-anticipated sequel Attack on Titan: The Wings of Freedom, directed by Matt Reeves, is finalizing, Lager Pictures has announced the now solidified main cast line-up for the film, with character descriptions to accompanying them:






Chris Evans (the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Snowpiercer, Knives Out) as Commander Erwin Smith, the stoic, confident commander of the Survey Corps who takes a massive gamble in putting humanity’s faith in Eren, believing his Titan powers are the key to retaking the lost land of Wall Maria.


Anne Hathaway (Les Miserables, The Dark Knight Rises, Interstellar) as Hange Zoe, a veteran section commander of the Survey Corps in charge of Titan research, harboring an energetic obsession with the giants and taking a special interest in Eren’s Titan powers.



Dane DeHaan (Chronicle, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Learning to Care) as Captain Levi, a cold, deadpan captain in the Survey Corps who is tasked with looking after Eren. He is respected among his peers and the general public, widely seen as “humanity’s savior”. His blunt and oftentimes bleak outlook on life clashes with Eren’s idealistic beliefs.



Fionn Whitehead (Dunkirk, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch) as Eren Jaeger, a strong-willed, impulsive young man with the ability to transform into a Titan. Following the events of the battle of Trost, Eren is held in captivity by the Military Police in Wall Sina, where he awaits a trial that will determine his ultimate fate.



Lyrica Okano (Hulu’s The Runaways) as Mikasa Ackerman, Eren’s fiercely loyal but emotionally withdrawn adoptive sister, who becomes wracked with anxiety after Eren’s imprisonment. 



Charlie Plummer (HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, All The Money in the World, Lean on Pete) as Armin Arlert, Eren and Mikasa’s timid but intelligent friend, who finds himself trying to deduce the motives of an unforeseen enemy.



Alden Ehrenreich (Solo: A Star Wars Story, the Scooby-Doo Duology, the upcoming World of Trouble) as Oluo Bozado, a skillful but outspokenly cocky member of the Levi’s hand-picked Special Operations Squad, boasting an impressive Titan kill-count.


Riley Keough (Mad Max: Fury Road, American Honey, The Odyssey: Homecoming) as Petra Ral, a kind, loyal member of Levi’s Special Operation’s Squad, who becomes an older sister figure to Eren.



KJ Apa (CW’s Riverdale, The Odyssey: Homecoming, Countdown City) as Jean Kirstein, a pragmatic member of the Cadet Corps, who, after losing his friend Marco in the harrowing events of Trost, finds himself guilt-ridden and morally conflicted on whether to join the Military Police or the Survey Corps.



Dakota Fanning (TNT’s The Alienist, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) as Annie Leonhart, a cold, apathetic member of the Cadet Corps who desires to join the Military Police to avoid further contact with the Titans.



Dacre Montgomery (Netflix’s Stranger Things, Power Rangers, The Odyssey Trilogy) as Reiner Braun, a strong, dutiful member of the Cadet Corps, looked up by the other cadets as a “big brother” figure.



Moises Arias (Monos, The King of Staten Island, Ender’s Game) as Connie Springer, an enthusiastic but often naive member of the Cadet Corps.



Kaitlyn Dever (The Last Policeman trilogy, Booksmart, Short Term 12) as Sasha Braus, a polite farmgirl with a compulsive appetite and a member of the Cadet Corps.



Kiernan Shipka (Netflix’s The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Mass Effect: Ascension) as Christa Lenz, a shy but kind member of the Cadet Corps, who deals with a terrifying choice of whether or not to join the Survey Corps.



Gabriel Chavarria (USA Network’s The Purge, War for the Planet of the Apes) as Gunther Schultz, a stern and skeptical member of Levi’s Special Operations Squad, who is apprehensive and distrustful of Eren.



Alan Ritchson (HBO’s Titans, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire) as Eld Jinn, a firm and fearless veteran member of Levi’s Special Operation Squad, being the oldest and most experienced member of the squad.





Luke Evans (The Hobbit trilogy, The Odyssey trilogy, Ms. Blakk 4 President) as Commander Nile Dok, a former colleague turned rival to Erwin Smith and the commander of the corrupted Military Police Brigade, who advocates for Eren’s execution, believing him to be a threat to the peace and stability of the citizens.





J.K. Simmons (Pillars of Eternity trilogy, Spider-Man trilogy, Whiplash) as Commander Dot Pixis, the eccentric, alcoholic commander of the Garrison Regiment, who acts as a key witness in Eren’s trial.


Minor/Supporting Roles:



George MacKay (1917, Captain Fantastic, The Most Wanted Man in Great Britain) as Bertolt Hoover, the soft-spoken but reliable member of the Cadet Corps who generally tags along with Reiner and is shown to harbor feelings for Annie.



Kaya Scodelario (The Maze Runner trilogy, Crawl, Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile) as Ymir, a cynical member of the Cadet Corps who tries to dissuade Christa from joining the Scouts.



Clancy Brown (The Shawshank Redemption, Starship Troopers, Thor: Ragnarok) as General Darius Zackly, the strict Commander-in-Chief of the three military branches who acts as the judge in Eren’s trial.



Zoe Kravtiz (Mad Max: Fury Road, Super Mario Bros., the upcoming The Batman) as Captain Rico Brzenska, a steely-eyed captain of the Garrison Regiment who acts as a witness in Eren’s trial.



Matthew Macfadyen (HBO’s Succession, Pride and Prejudice, The Assistant) as Minister Nick Bruhl, the extreme and fanatical high-standing leader of the Order of the Walls, a religious cult that worships the three walls, believing them to be holy. 



Harry Melling (The Harry Potter series, Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit, The Devil All The Time) as Moblit Berner, a member of the Survey Corps and Hange’s stressed and overly-worried personal assistant.



Jay Ryan (CBS’ Beauty and the Beast, It: Chapter 2) as Miche Zacharius, a quiet but tactical and keenly perceptive veteran Survey Corps section commander, who acts as Erwin’s confidant.



Sam Witwer (SyFy’s Being Human, Star Wars, CW’s Supergirl) as Dita Ness, a bandana-wearing veteran squad leader who specializes in training recruits.



Harris Dickinson (Netflix’s The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, FX’s Trust, The King’s Man) as Marlowe Freudenberg, a righteously steadfast Cadet Corps member with a black-and-white view of morality determined to join the Military Police and root out corrupted individuals.



Maya Hawke (Netflix’s Stranger Things, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) as Hitch Dreyse, a sarcastic and air-headed Cadet Corps member, who frequently teases other Marlowe and other soldiers.



Tom Glynn-Carney (Dunkirk, The King) as Floch Forster, a pompous but cowardly Cadet Corps members who clashes with Jean.


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A new addition to Cookie Pictures' Y8 release slate, Florence is an adaptation of the award-winning visual novel of the same name developed by Mountains and first released by Annapurna Interactive in 2018. It tells the story of Florence Yeoh, a 25 year old Chinese-american woman who've never felt fulfilled in life and never had her first love. Pressured by her mother to find a husband thinking it'll solve all of her problems, Florence's daily, lonesome routine soon gets the best of her, and at her lowest point she meets a street cellist named Krish who brightens up her life in unexpected ways. "Florence is all about our protagonist on her quest for self-fulfillment," Cookie Pictures President and CEO Sebastian Peters spoke of the project. "It's not a story about any grand trials or tribulations, but what makes it special is its endless commitment to charm and an ever relatable perspective on love, family, life goals and how the passage of time affects all of us. It's a short game, but one we've been compelled to experience over and over again."




Florence is directed by Pixar story artist and writer Madeline Sharafian (pictured far left) who directed the SparkShort "Burrow" released in late 2020, and served as a storyboard artist on "Coco." The voice cast consists of Jessica Henwick ("Marvel's Iron Fist," "Love and Monsters") as Florence, Himesh Patel ("Yesterday," "Hilda and the Midnight Giant") as Krish, and Kelly Hu ("American Dragon" trilogy) as Florence's mother. The production budget is expected to land at around $15 million, owing to the smaller scope of the animation, and while a release date isn't set for the film, the studio is hoping to have it out either in time for Valentine's Day or the Christmas holidays, whichever would be most beneficial.


Florence is set to be another step for the animation studio into smaller, self-contained productions in between larger scale work such as the Hilda series. After long droughts in between releases, Peters hopes to put the studio at the forefront of the overall larger Cookie Pictures Group and produce multiple films of varying budgets and sizes each year. Starting in Year 9, along with Hilda and the Black Forest, Cookie Pictures Animation plans to produce two additional films which will be discussed at a later time, adding up to three releases per year going forward.

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New Journey Pictures Animation has optioned an animated film from Spies in Disguise directors Nick Bruno and Troy Quane titled Right on Cue, in which a pool table and its billiard balls become sentient after a meteor collision, and a kid who likes billiards must team up with their reluctant older brother (and the eccentric cue ball) to recollect the table and billiard balls before the stripes and solids engage in a turf war with one another. Developing...

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Attached to Toons v Reality and 3D showings of Green Lantern Corps: Home 


Endless Animation  

In Association with Marvel


We are shown quick heartwarming and action-packed moments of The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl.


Announcer: In Y5, audiences loved Squirrel Girl, but in Y8, she faces a threat so evil, so dangerous and one that really knows how to spread... DOOM.

Next December,




We see a helicopter descending down on Morbeck Manor as Melissa Morbeck (Kelly Hu), a corrupt billionaire expresses excitement, as she has Hit-Monkey (Brian Tee making monkey sounds) get the door.


We are shown glimpses of Doctor Doom (Michael C. Hall) but never get a chance to see his whole body.


As he enters the room, Melissa’s excited face turns into one of confusion and disgust as the camera reveals Doctor Doom has become out of shape, now sporting a “dad-bod”


Doom: I know, I know. Most mortals can’t handle the raw and powerful might of Doctor Doom.



We then cut to few action shots of Doctor Doom fighting, including ones where he easily overwhelms Squirrel Girl (Anna Kendrick) and her friends.


The Un-Title-Able Squirrel Girl Sequel 


We then cut to Doctor Doom having dinner with Melissa as she asks did he bring the wine. Doom did but notes Melissa is a billionaire, as Melissa points out Doom is a monarch, which Doom replies “Touché”




in 3D, Dolby Cinema and IMAX




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New Journey Pictures can confirm that Wii Sports Resort: The Legend of Wuhu Island will release in Y9. It will have the biggest budget of all the Wii films thus far and plans to utilize Wuhu Island as a setting to its fullest.


New Journey Pictures has also released an official statement clarifying that in a Super Smash Bros. collaboration project, Brad Pitt would have the role of the Mii Brawler, and Morena Baccarin from Wii Play would have the role of the Mii Gunner. According to NJP spokespeople, the character in the Wii Sports Resort film who gets featured during the depictions of the Swordplay minigames would have the role of the Mii Swordfighter.

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Lager Pictures has recently re-adjusted their slate of upcoming films: including several release date changes, director changes, and dating of new upcoming projects. They are as follows:



The long-gestating Coming-of-Age Mystery/Drama film Penpal, based on the novel by Dathan Auerbach, has undergone years and years of development hell within Lager Pictures since Y2, with several notable indie directors Trey Edward Shults (Krisha, It Comes at Night), Jeremiah Zagar (We The Animals), and Alma Har'el (Honey Boy) all having been attached to the film through the years and a full filmed version of the film, made by Har'el, yielding less-than-stellar test screening results which forced the studio to re-convene and start completely from scratch. Though it is still up-in-the-air as to whether the film will make its tentatively planned Y8 release date, the studio is excited to confirm that they have solidified a final directing choice for the eventual final product: none other than legendary Academy Award-winning director Steven Spielberg (E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial, Schindler's List, Fortnight).




According to reports, the prolific director is a huge fan of Auerbach's novel, citing that the story's central themes resonated with him in a very personal way and was also drawn in by the ambitious bending of genres with the classic coming-of-age narrative with blended elements of mystery and horror. The film's non-linear narrative has reportedly proven to be the major hurdle in the film's development, something that the Lager Pictures studio-execs believed a more seasoned and experienced director would be more adept to handle. Currently, Penpal is scheduled for a Fall release date, though the studio is still 50/50 on whether it will still make that release date.




In other news, Ali Abbasi's Abomination, a re-imagining of Mary Shelley's classic Gothic Horror novel Frankenstein, has been taken off Lager Picture's Y8 release schedule and is now tentatively scheduled for an unknown Y9 release date. It is rumored that the film will serve as the studio's Y9 Festival submission. The film will Adam Driver as Frankenstein's monster, with Naomi Scott, Brian Cox, Samara Weaving, Jack Reynor, and Tom Hiddleston rounding out the rest of the cast.




The third Attack on Titan film, slated for Y10, and the Y9 Biographical Drama film Blockbuster have both received director changes for the respective projects, with James Wan (The Conjuring duology, Furious 7, Aquaman) replacing John Krasinski for the former while Damien Chazelle (Whiplash, La La Land, First Man) will replace Theodore Melfi for the latter.




Several previously slated films such as Patrick McHale's animated film The Haunted Mansion, Gore Verbinski's horror film Pitch Black, and Mira Nair's Sci-Fi romance film Across the Universe have all been removed from the Lager Pictures release slate and placed back into development.




The highly-anticipated Animated Sci-Fi/Adventure ensemble feature Star Reaper has been pushed back from May Y9 to July Y10. Though development on the film's production is well underway and reportedly seeing promising results, Lager Pictures reportedly wanted to remove the film from an overly crowded and competitive summer release slate filled with other Sci-Fi films. As of now, the Christopher Nolan directed Neo-Noir Sci-Fi Thriller Samsara will be the studio's only $100 million-plus tentpole released in Y9.




Following several years of on-and-off development, the untitled third Rescuers film, now directed by Brenda Chapman, has been confirmed for a Spring Y10 release date. The film will reportedly be a joint collaboration between Lager Pictures and their subsidiary animation studio, Lager Pictures Animation.






And finally, Academy Award-winning director Peter Jackson, most well-known for The Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies, will be teaming up with Lager Pictures to direct Point Pleasant, a Historical Supernatural-Mystery film partially inspired by the book The Mothman Prophecies by John Keel, slated for a Y11 release date. According to reports, Jackson cited David Fincher's mystery/thriller film Zodiac and James Wan's Conjuring films as creative influences in crafting the narrative of Point Pleasant.


Partially based on true events in 1966/67, the film follows a newly appointed sheriff (Ethan Hawke) of the sleepy small town of Point Pleasant, West Virginia, gets more than he bargains for when eye-witness reports of a large, winged creature, dubbed the "Mothman", grips the small town in fear and paranoia. Forming an unlikely partnership with an obsessive UFOligist, John Keel (Andrew Scott), the two work together to uncover a deep rabbit hole of conspiracies and unexplainable supernatural phenomena. 



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Endless Entertainment is working on a live action The Princess and The Frog remake. David E. Talbert (Almost Christmas, Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey) has signed on to write, produce and direct. The film is said to be a reimagining and not a retelling such as past remakes the studio did with Treasure Planet and Lilo and Stitch, saying the story will be more focused on the 1920s New Orleans landscape than the bayou. A big change is Tiana will remain human for the film, instead of turning into a frog.

Casting is still under ways as Daveed Diggs (Birdwing) is the frontrunner to play the main villain, Dr. Facilier as Leslie Odom Jr. is in talks to play Prince Naveen.

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New Journey Pictures Animation is ready to announce the lead voice cast for Right on Cue; Madalen Mills (Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey) will star in the lead role as Janelle, with Shameik Moore (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse) tentatively cast as the reluctant older brother Trey and Kristen Wiig (Despicable Me 2) cast as Cue-tee, the anthropomorphic cue ball who helps Janelle and Trey find the other billiard balls.


NJPA chose Kristen Wiig for Cue-tee specifically because development staff pondered sidekick characters such as Earl and Randy Raccoon, and after asking "what if the kooky sidekick was female," they sought out Kristen Wiig due to her impressive resume of good voice work.

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Numerator Pictures has finalized its cast for its Sci-Fi Drama/Thriller Here Nor There, which is slated for a Fall release.


The film is being headlined by Margaret Qualley (The Leftovers, Fosse/Verdon, Fatal Rendezvous) and Trevor Jackson (Grown-ish, A Woman in the Crowd), and other principal roles are played by Nicholas Braun (Succession), Dakota Fanning (The Alienist, Attack on Titan), Shazad Latif (Star Trek: Discovery), Wunmi Mosaku (Lovecraft Country, Loki), August Diehl (Schadenfreude, A Hidden Life), and Katja Herbers (Westworld, Evil)


Filling out the cast are Anne-Marie Duff (Suffragette, Sex Education), Jessica Henwick (Iron Fist, On the Rocks, Yang), Jake Horowitz (The Vast of Night), Tuppence Middleton (Mank, Pillars of Eternity: An Ancient Legacy), Ralph Ineson (The Witch, Chernobyl, Mass Effect), Scott Shepherd (The Report, First Cow), Ato Essandoh (Chicago Med, Away) and Gustaf Skarsgård (Kon-Tiki, Vikings)


* CAYOM roles are noted in Italics



Here Nor There is directed by Deborah Chow (Better Call Saul, Star Wars: The Mandalorian), with a story/screenplay from Misha Green (Lovecraft Country)

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New Journey Pictures has some announcements for music scores for their films. Brian McOmber, a multi-film partner of Trey Edward Shultz, will score The Gnashing, and Daniel Pemberton (Into the Spider-Verse, various LittleBigPlanet games) will score Right on Cue.

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