With a little luck (and if the Coronavirus permitting) the next 28 August we will be able to see in cinemas New Mutants, title, directed by Josh Boone that we have been waiting for more than three years by your continual delays.
Boone conceived this film as the beginning of a triloga, and the director has commented that “After all this time, I have been able to do my version of “The New Mutants” and I’m very proud of her. What I hope now is to be sufficiently successful to enable me to complete the triloga. I have everything planned,”
Maisie Williams, Anya Taylor Joy, Charlie Heaton, Alice Braga, Henry Behind, Blu Hunt, Happy Anderson lead the cast of this spin-off of the “X-Men” which is set in a hospital isolated, where a group of young mutants est held against their will to undergo treatment psiquitrico. When they begin to occur fenmenos strangers, both their new abilities of mutants as their friendship pondrn to the test as they fight to get out alive.
AFTER THE MUTANTS COMES THE REVELATION…
After directing “The New Mutants”, Josh Boone has been commissioned to carry out a new adaptation for television of “Apocalypse”, a novel by Stephen King, which premiered the next otoo CBS.
To do this he has surrounded himself with a cast consisting of James Marsden (Stu Redman), Amber Heard (Nadine Cross), Whoopi Goldberg (Mother Abigail), Greg KinnearGlen Bateman, Odessa Young (Frannie) or Henry Behind (Nick Andros) in the ten episodes of this series that already had a version in the years ninety.