Filming dates revealed for Avatar sequels, Wolverine 3, Blade Runner 2 and more


In a follow up to stories we posted last week, My Entertainment World have broken the news of multiple production start dates for a few highly anticipated films.


The First Wolverine 3, We reported last week that Hugh Jackman stated in an interview that the script was close to being ready. Well it appears it must be done as Production is expected to start on April 25th as its on track for its 2017 release date.

We also reported that the Avatar Sequel had been delayed from its planned 2017 release date. Well production is expected to begin on that film in April around tax day. James Cameron will return to direct and Sam Worthington and Zoe Zaldana will return to reprise their roles from the 2009 Box Office hit.

Cameron is planning to film three Avatar sequels back to back and release each sequel across three Consecutive years.  We will likely get a new release date after they have finished filming the first one.

Another sequel that will begin very soon is that of Blade Runner 2. Production is expected to begin on that film in July with principal photography to take place in the UK and Hungary. That film is to be directed by Denis Villeneuve, with original director Ridley Scott working on the film as a producer. Harrison Ford is expected to reprise his role from the original and will be joined by Ryan Gosling in an unknown role.

A sequel that is anticipated from a very different audience is that of last years successful film Fifty Shades of Grey. Its sequel Fifty Shades Darker is expected to start production later this month. The film is expected to be released on Valentines Day in 2017.

A Sequel to another more recent Ridley Scott film, is Alien: Covenant, a sequel to Alien Prequel, Prometheus. Scott is expected to direct that film, with production set to begin in April. Michael Fassbender is the only actor expected to return from Prometheus and the film is set to be released October 6, 2017.

And finally Transformers 5 is expected to begin production in May, And it was confirmed Michael Bay will once again return to direct the film. Mark Wahlberg will  also expected to reprise his role from Transformer 4.

Let us know in the comment section below which of these films are you most looking foreword to seeing in cinemas? And what films are you not looking foreword to?



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