Wesley Snipes Takes on Villain Role in Casino Heist Thriller Payline
Wesley Snipes is about to play and produce a new thriller entitled which will be no only see the actor come back to the screen as a villain for the first time in more than two decades, but the film will also be made with a fully renewable energy. This film also contains a potentially very entertaining principle, making it one thing we might want to put on everyone's radar. Who does not want Snipes to do its part to save the planet in the real world while robbing a big screen casino?
First, let's talk about what Line of Payment is about. According to a new report, the film is described as a cross between Ocean & # 39; s 11 and Free Fire . For those who may not have seen Free Fire (which was quite underestimated), there is a sale of arms which went wrong in a warehouse, resulting in a deadly and fun shooting, but very unconventional. In this case, we will be watching two completely different criminal groups who decide to try to steal the same casino in a small town that night, turning the fight into an intense battle between the two criminal factions.
For the record, Wesley Snipes has been a criminal since 1993, when he played alongside Sylvester Stallone in Demolition Man . In this film, he plays the role of the leader of a group of former soldiers trying to steal the casino. One would not normally think that a movie like this would focus on something like a renewable energy, but that's the case. Wesley Snipes had this to say.
"This is a vehicle to show the next generation of independent filming in a 5G-powered world." Our goal is to show how 100% renewable energy film production certified can show the love for the environment, the community and still produce a breathtaking popcorn film. "
Dawn's Light produces the project, along with Richard Switzer and Jason Cherubini on behalf of the studio. Apparently, many major Hollywood studios think that the cost of a film using renewable energy is prohibitive. Their purpose is to show with The line of payment that this is not necessarily the case. Cherubini said this about it.
"While we seek to develop the next generation of multimedia content, we know that it must not only be diverse and exciting, but that its production needs communities where it was created."
The script comes from Rob Robol and Jay Boyd. Allan Ungar and Alexander Ferguson should also produce. There is no word on who could end up in the director's chair, nor is it clear when production could begin. At the very least, this could help to lose some time before one of these new Blade projects that Wesley Snipes continues to talk about is taken over by Marvel. Snipes should also appear in Netflix's film Dolemite is My Name alongside Eddie Murphy later this year. This news had already been reported by the Hollywood Reporter.