The next Caesar Entertainment movie will likely not be a sequel to the 1989 film, but rather a sequel that takes place on a fictional Hawaiian island, according to a report.
The movie will be directed by David Wainwright, who wrote the script for the movie with Kevin Kline and will be based on a story that was first published in the January 2019 issue of Entertainment Weekly magazine.
The article was written by Mark DeNardo and appears in the February 2019 issue.
The film, which was originally expected to be released on July 16, 2020, will likely have some crossover appeal with the film of the same name released in 2018.
“The story we’re telling will be a hybrid of those two movies,” said DeNardos film editor, Joe DiPietro.
“There’s a lot of continuity there.
There’s a little bit of a Hawaiian island theme to it.
And we’ll have a new cast that we haven’t seen before, and we’ll be bringing in some familiar faces.
According to the report, the film will be set in 2019, but no release date has been announced. “
What we’re trying to do is create something that doesn’t feel like the original movie and something a little different, so that it can be seen on a different level.”
According to the report, the film will be set in 2019, but no release date has been announced.
The original Jaws, directed by Steven Spielberg, starred James Caan as the villainous Jack O’Lantern, while Steven Spielberg directed a sequel, Jaws 2, in 2019.
The new film will star Will Smith as the titular Jaws and Chris Evans, who will be playing a new villainous character named Mr. Jaws.
The 2019 sequel is being developed by Lionsgate, which will produce.
According to a 2017 report from Entertainment Weekly, the company is “in discussions” to release a sequel.
According the article, the first Jaws was released in 1991 and spawned five sequels that grossed more than $1 billion at the box office.
The 2017 sequel, however, grossed just $1.5 million at the domestic box office, according a report from The Hollywood Reporter.