The first poster has been released for Come Away and you can view in the gallery! The movie is set for release in 2020 and the wait will be long!
One of the companies that is working on the production of the movie Come Away, which will star Angelina Jolie and David Oyelowo, has released a poster for the film.
In the poster, we can see the image of two children, Peter and Alice, running through the forest. The fantastic drama imagines a scenario in which Peter and Alice are brothers, a backdrop to their famous stories. When the eldest of the family dies early in a tragic accident, the couple of young protagonists – long before they are the stars of two of the most famous fables in history – are forced to protect their parents (Jolie and Oyelowo) from the despair of mourning. The burden of the task will present a crossroads: either the two brothers choose the reality they know in their home; or enter the world of imagination – which begins to create the perfect setting for your future journeys.
The film, which is currently filmed in London, before having its recordings changed to Los Angeles, has no official release date, although internal information will ensure that it will not hit theaters until 2020.
Some news about Kung Fu Panda 4 and that is that preliminary release date is 2020!
Fans have been waiting for the Kung Fu Panda 4 release date, the American computer-animated action comedy martial arts movie starring Jack Black (age 49) as Po, Dustin Hoffman (age 81) as Master Shifu, Angelina Jolie (age 43) as Tigress, Jackie Chan (age 64) as Monkey and many more big names.
Kung Fu Panda (movie series) has been very successful worldwide. Their fans have been wanting Kung Fu Panda 4 after the release of Kung Fu Panda 3 in 2016 even though reports are saying this third installment is the lowest-grossing film in the Kung Fu Panda series.
Kung Fu Panda 4 release date
It seems like Dreamworks is not in a rush in releasing Kung Fu Panda 4 anytime soon. Are they taking their time to complete its story? If so, does it mean it will be a bigger one than the rest?
Rumor has it that Kung Fu Panda 4 will be delayed until 2020. As to the reasons of the delay, there are no reports yet.
In Kung Fu Panda 3, Po finally meets his father and the other pandas like him. With that, could Kung Fu Panda 4 be more about family and all?
Big admirer of Michael Caine and his career – this is for sure exciting news! Miss Mbatha-Raw is a lovely actress as well and worked together with Angelina in Maleficent 2 too.
Michael Caine, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, and British actor David Gyasi have joined the cast of the drama “Come Away” starring Angelina Jolie and David Oyelowo.
Brenda Chapman, director and co-writer of Pixar’s “Brave,” is helming from a script by Marissa Kate Goodhill. Fred Films and Yoruba Saxon Productions are the production companies. Producers are Leesa Kahn, James Spring, Andrea Keir, and Oyelowo through Yoruba Saxon. Michelle Manning will be an executive producer.
Producers plan to shoot “Come Away” initially in the U.K. and then in Los Angeles in the fall. Jolie is currently shooting “Maleficent 2” for Disney. Oyelowo will be seen next in the horror film “Only You” and in the sci-fi drama “Chaos Walking.”
Jolie and Oyelowo will play the parents of the brother and sister who became the protagonists of “Alice in Wonderland” and “Peter Pan.” When their older brother dies in a tragic accident, they seek to save their parents from despairing over the losses — and are then forced to choose between home and imagination.
Character details are currently unknown for Mbatha-Raw, Caine, and Gyasi.
Mbatha-Raw was most recently seen in Disney’s “A Wrinkle in Time.” Caine can be seen next in “King of Thieves,” and Gyasi recently finished “Maleficent 2” with Jolie.
A international trailer has been released for the upcoming documentary Why Are We Creative? and you can view it below.
Screen Daily can reveal the first trailer for German filmmaker Hermann Vaske’s documentary Why Are We Creative? ahead of its world premiere in Venice Days.
Vaske spent some 30-years globe-trotting and tracking down world-renowned luminaries in their fields to quiz them on what drives their creativity.
The resulting documentary features some 50 candid interviews with David Bowie, Quentin Tarantino, Ai Weiwei, Björk, Wim Wenders, Philippe Stark, Yoko Ono, John Hegarty, David Lynch, Yohji Yamamoto, Damien Hirst, Angelina Jolie, Nobuyoshi Araki, Tarantino, Bono, Nick Cave, Neo Rauch, Stephen Hawkins, the Dalai Lama, Peter Ustinov, Marina Abramovic, Diane Kruger, Julian Schnabel, Jimmy Page, Vivienne Westwood, Takeshi Kitano and many others.
Celluloid Dreams is handling international sales. Vaske’s company Emotional Network Production produced the documentary with the support of Hessenfilm und Medien, Deutscher Filmförderfonds DFFF and ZDF 3Sat. Rise and Shine has taken German distribution rights to the film.
Angelina wrote an article for CNN in her role as a UNHCR Special Envoy and you should really read this, in Angelinas own words.
Angelina Jolie: A tale of two refugee girls
Refugee families endure innumerable forms of mental and physical anguish, including the pain of being unable to provide their children with food when they are hungry or medicine when they are ill or injured. But I have also seen how much it weighs on refugee parents when they are unable to send their children to school, knowing that with each passing year, their life prospects are shrinking and their vulnerability is growing.
In a new report, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, warns that rising numbers of refugee children are not receiving an education. While the implications are grave, our response should not be to despair but instead to see an opportunity.
The global refugee crisis is a major challenge for our generation. But the task is not hopeless. Refugees themselves are not passively waiting for help, but are actively searching for ways to be part of the recovery of their countries. Education is a key to helping them to do this.
The contrasting lives of two Syrian girls I have met brought this home to me vividly.
The first was a young girl who arrived in Lebanon with her five siblings when she was 11. Her mother had been killed in an airstrike, and the children were separated from their father. There was no parent to put food on the table, so she spent her days collecting garbage to sell for miniscule amounts of money and doing the back-breaking labor of fetching water and cooking and cleaning so her siblings could go to school.
She had to set aside her dream of becoming a doctor, and at 14, she married and become a mother. Today, she still cannot read or write. Even if the war ended tomorrow, she has been robbed of her childhood and the future she might have had.
Read full article in the press archive.