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‘Ballerina’: Ana De Armas-Led ‘John Wick’ Spinoff to Begin Filming This Summer

CinemaCon is almost over, and one of this year’s final presentations came from Lionsgate. Their biggest franchise over the last decade has been John Wick. While every action fan alive is waiting for John Wick 4 to come out next year, the Ana De Armas starring spinoff Ballerina is also on the way. At CinemaCon, we got a major update on Ballerina, as Lionsgate announced that the spinoff is set to begin filming this summer.

The film is being directed by Underworld‘s Len Wiseman from a screenplay by Shay Hatten, who is known for John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum and Army of the Dead. The story will follow a female assassin, played by de Armas, who is out for revenge against the people who killed her family. de Armas’ character made a small appearance in Parabellum as a young ballerina who, at the time, was also training to become an assassin.

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Release of James Bond film “No Time To Die” delayed – again

The release of the new James Bond film has been delayed again. The premiere of No Time To Die had already been moved from April to November because of the pandemic. The film has now been further delayed until October 2021 “in order to be seen by a worldwide theatrical audience”, a statement on the film’s website said.

“We understand the delay will be disappointing to our fans but we now look forward to sharing No Time To Die next year.”

The sci-fi epic, which cost approximately $200m to make, has so far made $243 million internationally, but only $41m in the US – where cinemas in Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco largely remain closed.

A significant part of Bond film earnings come from the UK and European market, where coronavirus is once again on the rise and there may be been concern by the studio that potential restrictions could limit box office earnings in November.

The previous Bond film, 2015’s Spectre, took almost $900m (£690m) at worldwide box offices – winning an Oscar for best original song. The latest film will no longer be in contention for the 2021 Oscars under current guidelines.