Broadsheet Trailer Park: Monsters – The Dark Continent

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What you may need to know:

1. Ten years after a satellite crash lands in Mexico, an American soldier stationed somewhere in the Middle East has to cross alien controlled territory to attempt a rescue of his comrades.

2. Monsters: Dark Continent is the sequel to Gareth Edwards’ acclaimed debut Monsters (2010). Edwards just has an executive producer credit on this as he was too busy making Godzilla (2014) to direct the sequel.

3. Scoot McNairy who starred in the original is also an executive producer of this one. He played a blinder in Killing Them Softly (2012).

4. Monsters will become a franchise. There are 2 more sequels planned, one to be directed by Michael Bay. Bring the Rain!

5. The original Monsters is rumoured to have been made on a budget of $15,000 but it was closer to $500,000.

6. The sequel has another debutante in the director’s chair in Tom Green, the Englishman who directed Misfits, not the Canadian habitual attention seeker.

7. Local talent Sam Keeley in the house!

8. Broadsheet Prognosis: Monsters Inc.

Release Date: September 26

(Delboy is away)

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6 thoughts on “Broadsheet Trailer Park: Monsters – The Dark Continent

  1. Jess

    Whaaat? Monsters was a fantastic film with gorgeous cinematography, interesting characters and political undertones. They’re turning it into a lone soldier film and handing it to Michael Bay?

    Thats like Making Grand Budapest Hotel starring Stephen Segal and instead of Wes Anderson directing its Paul W.S. Anderson.

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