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Timo Tjahjanto (The Night Comes for Us, May the Devil Take You, V/H/S/94) is directing the remake of the South Korean zombie epic Train to Busan for New Line Cinema, titled The Last Train to New York and recently set for theatrical release on April 21, 2023. But with Salem’s Lot moving into that date, The Last Train to New York will now have to find a new one.
Deadline reports this afternoon, “Warners is temporarily un-dating New Line zombie movie The Last Train to New York, previously on April 21 next year.”
Stay tuned. The new movie is being produced by James Wan‘s Atomic Monster.
In the original, a zombie virus breaks out in South Korea, while passengers struggle to survive on the train from Seoul to Busan.
Train to Busan was directed by Sang-Ho Yeon and spawned a sequel and an animated prequel.
Atomic Monster’s Michael Clear, and Gaumont’s Nicolas Atlan and Terry Kalagian will also produce alongside Coin Operated’s Gary Dauberman, who is adapting the screenplay.
Judson Scott, Sidonie Dumas, Christophe Riandee and Johanna Byer are exec producing.
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Toho just celebrated “Godzilla Day” with a HUGE announcement tonight, revealing that a brand new installment in the Godzilla film franchise will be releasing next year.
The date? November 3, 2023!
All we know at this time is that Takashi Yamazaki (Lupin III: The First) is directing the new movie, which will be the 30th live action Godzilla film in Toho’s long-running franchise.
Stay tuned for more as we learn it.
Toho’s most recent live action Godzilla film was Shin Godzilla back in 2016.
11.3.23 pic.twitter.com/H2uJo3gwHm
— GODZILLA.OFFICIAL (@Godzilla_Toho) November 3, 2022

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