Channing Tatum Is Reuniting With His ’21 Leap Road’ Administrators

Channing Tatum Is Reuniting With His '21 Jump Street' Directors

A couple of years in the past Common crapped the mattress with their newest stab at The Mummy, a Tom Cruise-led fiasco meant to launch a brand new “Dark Universe” that includes the studio’s many traditional monsters from the ’30s and ’40s. It didn’t work out so nicely. However this 12 months they discovered nice success with being much less bold, whereas spending much less cash: They launched The Invisible Man, a reasonable and ingenious transforming of the traditional movie. Its success impressed them to green-light different stand-alones, together with their newest one: a extra comedian entry that reunites Channing Tatum with the administrators of 21 Leap Road.

As per Leisure Weekly, the very busy Phil Lord and Chris Miller have tasked Tatum for what’s described as a “modern day, tongue in cheek thriller” impressed by Common’s traditional monster films. Particulars are skinny on the bottom, and it’s not clear if it will likely be a parody or which monsters, if any, it’s going to function. Perhaps it’ll be considerably within the vein of 1987’s Monster Squad, during which teenagers sq. off towards Dracula, The Mummy, and the Wolf Man, who apparently has “nards.”

Beginning with the 1931 Dracula, Common’s line of monster films helped make the then-struggling studio change into considered one of Hollywood’s heavy-hitters. And it made stars of actors like Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney Jr., even Oscar-nominated British thespian Claude Rains, who grew to become a star with the 1933 The Invisible Man, regardless of solely being seen as soon as, on the very finish. This 12 months’s free redo of that one starred Elisabeth Moss as a lady escaping spousal abuse, just for her tormentor to create a cloak that makes him invisible.

In the meantime, Lord and Miller have greater than rebounded from being booted off Solo: A Star Wars Story, which underperformed on the field workplace shortly earlier than Spider-Man: Into the Multiverse, which they produced, exceeded expectations and even received them Oscars for Greatest Animated Function. They’re presently engaged on that one’s sequel, a Ryan Gosling astronaut film (to not be confused with this), and a reboot of the cult present that made them names, Clone Excessive.

(Through EW)

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