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Sequel Bits: ‘Trick ‘r Treat 2’, ‘Triplets,’ ’48 Meters Down’, ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’

Sequel Bits: ‘Trick ‘r Treat 2’, ‘Triplets,’ ’48 Meters Down’, ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’
In this edition of Sequel Bits: Michael Dougherty wants Trick ‘r Treat 2 to be his next movie Dan Aykroyd wouldn’t say no to a Ghostbusters TV show Arnold Schwarzenegger expects Twins sequel Triplets to shoot next year 47 Meters Down sequel will swim into theaters 2019 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Lego sets reveal new details It’s almost Halloween, […]

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Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios Buys ’47 Meters Down’ Sequel

Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios Buys ’47 Meters Down’ Sequel
Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures has acquired the worldwide distribution rights to the shark thriller “48 Meters Down” from the Fyzz Facility.

“48 Meters Down” is the official sequel to the Mandy Moore/Claire Holt shark thriller “47 Meters Down,” which has grossed over $58 million worldwide to date. “48 Meters Down” is slated for worldwide theatrical release on June 28, 2019.

As with the original, “48 Meters Down” is a deep-sea horror/thriller with Johannes Roberts returning as director with a script he is co-writing with his “47 Meters Down” co-writer, Ernest Riera. Producers are James Harris, Mark Lane, Wayne Marc Godfrey, and Robert Jones of the Fyzz Facility. Altitude Film Sales, the sales agent on “47 Meters Down,” will be an executive producer on the sequel.

Roberts recently wrapped production on “Strangers: Prey at Night,” a follow-up to the original 2008 suspense thriller starring Christina Hendricks, Bailee Madison, and Lewis Pullman, which the Fyzz Facility produced and financed.

“48 Meters Down” takes
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'47 Meters Down' Sequel Nabbed by Byron Allen's Entertainment Studios

'47 Meters Down' Sequel Nabbed by Byron Allen's Entertainment Studios
Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios, which worked with The Fyzz Facility on the shark-infested indie hit 47 Meters Down, is reteaming with the production company for the planned sequel, 48 Meters Down.

Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures, the theatrical distribution division of Allen's company, has acquired the worldwide rights to the follow-up, already setting a June 28, 2019 release date.

47 Meters Down, which starred Mandy Moore and Claire Holt, has become 2017’s highest-grossing independent movie, taking in $44 million at the domestic box office this summer and more than $53 million, globally.

Johannes Roberts is set to return to write and direct the...
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The 47 Meters Down Sequel 48 Meters Down Will Be 2.128 Percent More Intense

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The 47 Meters Down Sequel 48 Meters Down Will Be 2.128 Percent More Intense
Considering how much we have all aged since the spring, it’s understandable if you don’t immediately recall that Mandy Moore survive-the-sharks movie 47 Meters Down. But like The Shallows before it, the deep-sea thriller that is entirely about not getting eaten by sharks wildly overperformed its projected box-office take, making more than $50 million around the world on a budget of about $5 million. With that kind of return, it was only a matter of time until the property got a sequel, and now The Hollywood Reporter is saying just that. Writer and director Johannes Roberts will return for, wait for it …
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'Cars 3' Speeds to Weekend #1 as 'Wonder Woman' Tops $570M Worldwide

'Cars 3' Speeds to Weekend #1 as 'Wonder Woman' Tops $570M Worldwide
Disney and Pixar's Cars 3 brought in enough to take the top spot at the weekend box office, but most eyes will be turning toward the spectacular third weekend for Warner's Wonder Woman in second place and Lionsgate's All Eyez On Me, the latter of which definitively over performed versus pre-weekend expectations. Also outperforming expectations was Entertainment Studios' 47 Meters Down while Sony's Rough Night had a rough weekend, finishing outside the top five.
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Mandy Moore’s Shark Tale ’47 Meters Down’ Bought From Weinsteins

Mandy Moore’s Shark Tale ’47 Meters Down’ Bought From Weinsteins
Entertainment Studios has bought North American rights to Mandy Moore’s survival adventure “47 Meters Down” from the Bob and Harvey Weinsteins’ Dimension Films.

The company is planning for a 2017 release through its recently purchased theatrical distribution company Freestyle Releasing.

Moore and Claire Holt star as adventure-seeking sisters who go cage-diving while on vacation in Mexico. Much to their horror, the cage breaks away from the boat and leaves them trapped at the bottom of the ocean surrounded by hungry Great White sharks, forcing them to swim 47 meters to the surface while being hunted by the sharks.

“47 Meters Down” also stars Matthew Modine and is directed by Johannes Roberts. Mark Lane and James Harris produced with Bob and Harvey Weinstein as executive producers.

Entertainment Studio has a multi-year output deal with Netflix and recently closed a multi-year home entertainment output deal with Anchor Bay/Starz with the announcement of acquiring, producing,
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Something Lurks In The Deep

Lurking In The Waters Near You On DVD, Digital HD And On Demand August 2, 2016 The terrifying underwater thriller In The Deep swims into town on DVD August 2 from Dimension Films and Anchor Bay Entertainment and on Digital HD and On Demand from Starz Digital. Directed by Johannes Roberts (The Other Side of …

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‘In the Deep’ Ups the Ante With Two Sharks! (Poster)

We announced last week that Dimension Films, Anchor Bay Entertainment and Starz Digital will be releasing In The Deep on DVD, Digital HD and On Demand August 2. Originally titled 47 Meters Down, the new shark thriller is directed by Johannes Roberts hot off his The Other Side of The Door. The shark thriller ups the ante on The Shallows by adding […]
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Interview with Director Johannes Roberts for ‘The Other Side Of The Door’

The spirit world never wants to be disturbed.

And yet—the living never heed the warnings.

The Other Side Of The Door follows a mother who recently lost her son due to a horrific accident in India. With the feeling of absolute guilt, she found an ancient ritual that allows her to speak with her dead son one last time as long as she doesn’t open the door to the other side. She ignores the warning and opens the door to horrific events.

The film stars Sarah Wayne Callies, Jeremy Sisto and Sofia Rosinsky.

Latino-Review had a phone interview with director Johannes Roberts for The Other Side Of The Door. We discussed filming in India, origins of the story, the cast and the spirit world.

The Other Side Of The Door is currently available on Blu-ray, DVD and digital download.

Read the transcript interview below.

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Upcoming Shark Thriller ’47 Meters Down’ Gets Bizarre Name Change to ‘In the Deep’

I don’t think I’ve ever seen a film steal an abandoned title before. This has to the a first, right? Dimension Films, Anchor Bay Entertainment and Starz Digital have just announced that they’ll be releasing In The Deep on DVD, Digital HD and On Demand August 2. Originally titled 47 Meters Down, the new shark thriller is directed by Johannes Roberts […]
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