News out of Toronto International Film Festival has Bruce Willis set to star in the modestly-budgeted action-thriller, The Prince. Scripted by Andre Fabrizio and Jeremy Passmore (Red Dawn), The Prince centers on “a retired Las Vegas mob enforcer [who] is forced to return to the city and face his former enemies when his teenage daughter goes missing. Willis plays a man who has waited years for the enforcer to return, and a confrontation is inevitable.” Sarik Andreasyan (American Heist) will direct the film, which just secured financing from Emmett/Furla Films (via Deadline). The production is currently in casting mode and is looking to start filming in New Orleans this October.
Gal Gadot also gets a new stylish image showing off her Diana Prince character.
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'Black Mass' and 'Sicario' will both play at the Toronto International Film Festival before opening in theaters on September 18, 2015.
On today's episode of Collider Movie Talk, the crew discusses Channing Tatum possibly leaving 'Gambit', the trailers for 'The Night Before' and '13 Hours', 'Wonder Woman', and more.
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The World War II film marks Gibson's first directorial effort in nearly a decade.