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Among the upcoming titles teased with exclusive clips at the show were Working Title’s hostage thriller Entebbe, starring Rosamund Pike and Daniel Bruhl; Sicario sequel Soldado, reuniting Benicio del Toro and Josh Brolin; Jerry Bruckheimer’s all-star Afghan war drama Horse Soldiers; The Glass Castle, starring Brie Larson and Woody Harrelson and based on the best-selling memoir by Jeanette Wallis; and alien occupation thriller Captive State.
Meanwhile, the trailer for the Jake Gyllenhaal-starring Boston Marathon drama Stronger was given its world premiere a day before its official release, alongside screenings of trailers for action-thriller American Assassin, led by Dylan O’Brien as a CIA black-ops recruit; firefighting thriller Granite Mountain Hot Shots; and Wonder, based on R. Palacio’s 2012 novel and starring Jacob Tremblay. (Wonder, set for release Nov. 17, is also being given a special screening at CineEurope.)
Previously titled Saw: Legacy, the latest installment in the Saw horror franchise, which is due out Oct. 27, was also served up via a teaser, alongside the first unveiling of its new name: Jigsaw.
Additionally, via a series of special videos, Mila Kunis gave a shout-out for her comedy The Spy Who Dumped Me, while Tom Holland, Daisy Ridley and Doug Liman talked up sci-fi pic Chaos Walking, set to start production this fall, and Seth Rogen promoted his upcoming comedy Flarsky from 50/50 director Jonathan Levine.
Lionsgate’s presentation concluded with the very first glimpses of footage from its high-profile Robin Hood reboot, which has just finished shooting and stars Taron Egerton in the lead role. The film — with a cast also including Jamie Foxx, Jamie Dornan and Ben Mendelsohn — is set to hit cinemas in March 2018.
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