The Mandalorian star role in the new Captain Marvel Director’s movie

Freaky Talesnew movie from Captain Marvel Directors Anna Bowden and Ryan Fleck just announced a star-studded cast including The Mandalorian Star Pedro Pascal. Set in the 1980s, the film will also star Ben Mendelsohn, Jay Ellis, Jack Champion, Angus Cloud, Dominic Thorne, Keir Gilchrist and Michelle Farrah Huang, and will bring a number of notable Auckland locals back into the environment they’re trying to regain control of.

for every Limitwhich broke the news, here’s the synopsis: “Set in Oakland in 1987, Freaky Tales is a fully original and immersive film based on Ryan’s experience growing up in the Gulf. The film consists of four interconnected stories, each featuring distinct characters, real-life locations, and noteworthy historical events (some real, some imagined).

This comes amid a busy period for Pascal, who not only appears in The Mandalorianbut The last of us It appeared this year The unbearable weight of sheer talent. Mendelsohn is equally busy, being one of the biggest “smarmy villain” character actors of the current era, with roles in films such as Rogue One: A Star Wars Story And the Single player ready.

Boden and Fleck have been attached to a number of TV and film projects since then Captain Marvel, but this is the first to really move. It was previously reported that they were in talks for a Disney+ series, likely a Marvel show, but that hasn’t materialized yet.

Freaky Tales It feels like another chapter in the wave of ’80s and ’90s nostalgia that took off Weird things. next kevin smith movie, 4:30 movieAlso set in the 1980s, it focuses on navigating teen theater. This one has an added nostalgic value, because it will be filmed at Smith’s childhood movie theater, which he recently purchased.

Given the title and split narrative, that’s also likely Freaky Tales It will conjure up some comparisons with Southland Talesthe cult classic (and a box office bomb) from Donnie Darko Director Richard Kelly.

The Deadline story also says so Freaky Tales It will be funded by eOne, with Jillian Share, Jen Gorton, and Chanel Vidal overseeing production of the film for the studio, and Share and Gorton executive producing. Macro Film Studios’ Jelani Johnson and Bobby Hanks will serve as producers, with Charles D. King and James F. Lopez serving as executive producers. Too $hort will also be produced and directed by David Weintraub, with Raphael Saadiq handling the film’s music.



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