The silver screen, Peace region, and more

This could be the best year yet for film, in a long, long time. 

The final installment of a 40-year-old saga in Star Wars wraps this Christmas, while 22 pictures and a decade of Marvel movie-making magic has already happened in Endgame.

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 Classmates of the early 90s independent scene, Quentin Tarantino and Kevin Smith are in post production of their most persona films to date since their first work in the early 90s, while that guy named Scorsese is wrapping picture with a pair of new actors on the scene named Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro. 

There is another John Wick movie. Another The Rock and Cars! movie in Hobbs and Shaw, while matters like Glass have already come and gone. Reloads like Hellboy, Child’s Play and more all drop this year. My man Stephen King as another iteration of It for you as well, and John Rambo is coming back this year. What a time to be alive. 

There are over one thousand movies in pre production right now. That is not as many as you would think for say all of the 2019/2020 releases. 

One of them is right here in the Peace.

 Sukunka is a feature length motion picture prepping to film in the Peace region this summer. 

It will showcase the region geography and talents as well. 

I would imagine you could watch these Mirror pages for any official updates. Producers say mother nature is not co-operating right now as the project moves out of pre-production, from a summer movie point of view. But it’s still early May. 

Long summer ahead.

 

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