Leguizamo has swapped Encanto's Bruno for a brutal mercenary who hates Christmas in Violent Night. Quite the heel turn.
Tommy Wirkola allows Santa Claus, as played by David Harbour, to bring the brutality in Violent Night.
The star of Stranger Things focused more on swinging sledgehammers than learning how to convincingly ride a sleigh.
New trailer for Netflix original movie 'What Happened to Monday,' sci-fi action-adventure starring Noomi Rapace as seven sisters; Glenn Close; Willem Dafoe
If you were looking forward to more big screen adventures with Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton as the fairy tale siblings grown up as badass evil-bashing bounty hunters, we have both some good news and some bad news for you. Deadline reports that the in-development sequel to the 2013 comedy horror ‘Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters’ has had the plug pulled by studio Paramount - who plan instead to take the property to the small screen for a spin-off TV series. In some ways this isn’t too surprising, as things had long seemed shakey around ‘Hansel & Gretel 2.’ The first film had only been a moderate success, under-performing in the US but doing well internationally, so questions were asked over how in-demand the sequel really was.
A follow-up movie to 2013 comedy horror ‘Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters’ is in the works - and now, we may have an idea of the title and just a hint of what it might all be about. Tommy Wirkola, writer-director of the Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton vehicle, has opted not to return behind the camera for the sequel, but did pen the screenplay. One among these was VFX artist turned director Steven Ilous, who recently shared concept art he worked on for the film at his website (via Comicbook.com).
Okay - we’ll admit we didn’t see this one coming, as we’d long since assumed this one to be deader than the Wicked Witch of the West.