Movie News: 'Jeepers Creepers 3' On Its Way; Zoe Saldana Will Kill Giants

Movie News: 'Jeepers Creepers 3' On Its Way; Zoe Saldana Will Kill Giants

Sep 14, 2015

Jeepers Creepers

Jeepers Creepers 3: A hungry flesh-eating creature will take flight again in Jeepers Creepers 3, a long-awaited sequel to a horror series that began in 2001. Victor Salva wrote and directed the first two installments, which found good-looking young people as vulnerable victims of the winged creature known as The Creeper. Francis Ford Coppola (Apocalypse Now) will serve as a producer on the project -- his company produced the original two films -- and production is expected to get underway early in 2016, with Salva returning as writer/director. [Variety]


The Electric Horseman

Our Souls At Night: Robert Redford and Jane Fonda want to star together in Our Souls At Night, a screen adaptation of a novel by Kent Haruf. The story follows two people who have long lived in a small town; after both their spouses die, they attempt to kindle a romance. Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber (The Fault in Our Stars) are set to write the script; Netflix is in talks to back the project. Redford and Fonda previously starred opposite each other in Barefoot in the Park and The Electric Horseman (above), and also appeared together in two other movies. [Deadline]


Guardians of the Galaxy

I Kill Giants: Zoe Saldana (Guardians of the Galaxy) will star in I Kill Giants. She will play a school psychologist who helps a young girl (Madison Wolfe) who is dealing with monsters, some of them real, and some of them imaginary. It's based on a graphic novel by writer Joe Kelly and illustrator Ken Niimura; Kelly wrote the script and Academy Award-winning short film director Anders Walter (Helium) will make his feature debut. Chris Columbus will serve as one of the producers. [Heat Vision]


The Walk

The Walk TV Spot: In The Walk, Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars as high-wire artist Philippe Petit, who boldly set forth to walk between the twin towers of New York's World Trade Center in 1974. A new TV spot showcases his daring and the danger; the movie opens on IMAX and large-format screens on September 30 before expanding wide on October 8. [Sony Pictures]

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