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Michael B. Jordan and Jordan Vogt-Roberts Team For New Monster Movie

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« on: March 20, 2019, 01:13:36 pm »

Michael B. Jordan and Jordan Vogt-Roberts Team For New Monster Movie

Michael B. Jordan and Jordan Vogt-Roberts Team For New Monster Movie
The 2017 release Kong: Skull Island turned out to be, ahem, a monster success for director Jordan Vogt-Roberts. So it shouldnít be a complete shock to see him return to that style of film.

In a new report, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that Vogt-Roberts will direct a yet unnamed monster film. New Regency, alongside Alana Mayo, serves as producers for the forthcoming film. Michael B. Jordan, who made a huge impact as Kilmonger in last yearís Black Panther, serves as producer with his company Outlier Society.

Details for the film arenít available just yet, so we donít know just how big its monstrous scope will be. However, itíll take place in Vogt-Robertsí hometown of Detroit, as he has brought projects to the Motor City in the past.

Thereís a lot of powerhouse talent behind this forthcoming monster project. Vogt-Robertsí Kong film made $545 million worldwide, priming Warner Bros. for this summerís release of Godzilla: King of the Monsters. New Regency previously produced the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, which has become a huge box office hit that also scored at the Oscars a few weeks ago.

Related: Kong: Skull Island Blu-Ray Details and Box Art Revealed
The film is still very early in planning, as the team is in the midst of finding a screenwriter. Casting also hasnít begun just yet, so itís unknown if Jordan will take part on-screen.

Considering the buzz for monster movies as of late (particularly Godzilla), this is good news for fans of the genre. And donít worry, Metal Gear Solid fans Ė Vogt-Roberts will still work on that once production is complete on this film.

Expect more details on this monster project in the months ahead. Are you happy to see Vogt-Roberts contribute to the genre once again? Let us know in the comments below!


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