Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz, administrators behind the coronavirus-delayed horror film Antebellum, are already cooking up their subsequent venture. It’s known as Rapture, and it’s described as an “apocalyptic drama” and “a mind-bending nightmare of Biblical proportions.” Plus: Antebellum now has a brand new launch date in place for this August.
Lionsgate is clearly very proud of Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz, the administrators of the upcoming Antebellum. A lot in order that they only nabbed the filmmaking duo’s subsequent pic, Rapture. Per THR, Rapture is “a mind-bending nightmare of Biblical proportions through which a household is torn aside by warring beliefs and should come collectively to unravel the thriller across the sudden vanishing of the worldwide inhabitants — earlier than it’s too late.”
With this information comes the reveal that Antebellum has a brand new launch date: August 21. In a press release, Nathan Kahane, president of the Lionsgate Movement Image Group, mentioned:
“We couldn’t be extra excited to launch Bush+Renz’s Antebellum on August 21. After the superb expertise of collaborating on that movie, we’re excited to construct a second movie with these prolific and daring auteurs. Like with all the things they do, Rapture will likely be lovely, evocative and can pierce by the muddle, and we’re sure it should spark many essential conversations. They’re the form of voices we want proper now. We couldn’t be extra proud to be working with them together with Sean McKittrick and Raymond Mansfield at QC Leisure and Zev Foreman as we deliver their movies to audiences in all places.”
Bush and Renz added:
“In Lionsgate, we couldn’t want for extra dedicated studio companions than Joe Drake, Nathan Kahane, Damon Wolf and their groups, who demonstrated their assist of our imaginative and prescient as artists and filmmakers at each juncture of the event and manufacturing course of with Antebellum. We stay up for persevering with our efforts in collaboration, to redefine the theatrical expertise for the moviegoing viewers with our subsequent venture, Rapture.”
All of this sounds nice. I’m very a lot trying ahead to Antebellum, which seems fairly rattling nice based mostly on the trailer (fingers crossed that new launch date holds). And the premise of Rapture is an attention-grabber for certain.
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