Vin Diesel's latest anticipated film Bloodshot has finally received a filming start date. In pre-development since its announcement in 2012, it seems Sony pictures is finally ready to leap into the world of Valiant Comics.
Production has begun on Kings of Mulberry Street, a feature film written and directed by acclaimed director and producer Judy Naidoo, and set in the fictional town of Sugarhill District, populated mainly by people of Indian descent. The film is being shot in Verulam and Tongaat in KwaZulu Natal.
A film adaption of Capcom's long-running video game [VIDEO] series, "Monster Hunter," will go into production this September in Cape Town with a budget of $60 million.
Fast-rising South African helmer Sibs Shongwe-La Mer has been tapped to direct "Meridian," produced by Cassian Elwes and Susan Carter Hall. By Christopher Vourlias
Paul W S Anderson will direct Monster Hunter movie, and like Resident Evil: the Final Chapter, it will be filmed in the Cape Town area of South Africa. By Stephany Nunneley
According to Variety, Constantin Film will be the main distributor, and the budget is around $60 million.
Cannes-winning South African film maker Oliver Hermanus is planning to use his next film to explore military conscription and how it shaped white masculinity during apartheid. By Vukile Dlwati
South African director, Liesl Tommy, has been signed to direct the big screen adaptation of Trevor Noah's autobiography, Born A Crime. This is Noah's first project with Viacom, the parent company of Comedy Central, and will be released through their venture, Day Zero Productions.
Kosta Kalarytis, the director and producer of the award-winning local feature 'Dora's Peace', is in the process of developing an exciting new project under his production company, One Man Band.
Biblical movie Samson filmed on South African sets adapted from a separate production and used the country as a double for Middle Eastern story settings. Bruce Macdonald co-directed the film and is also a director of South African production service company Boomtown Films. by Nick Goundry