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STX capitalized on its product presentation Tuesday at the CineEurope trade show in Barcelona by offering sneak peeks of a handful of upcoming films.
Chadwick Boseman stars with J.K. Simmons and Sienna Miller in the crime thriller 21 Bridges. STX offered an exclusive new trailer of the Brian Kirk-directed film, which is scheduled for release in September.
Also set to premiere in September is Lorene Scafaria’s Hustlers, a female ensemble film about a group of New York strippers who take vengeance on their wealthy clients. STX showed off an exclusive preview of the pic, which stars Jennifer Lopez.
“Ever since we started shooting in New York, the internet has gone wild for this film,” STX president of international John Friedberg said at the Barcelona presentation. He presented the company’s slate alongside Llewellyn Radley, STX managing director, U.K. and executive vp international.
Friedberg and Radley also talked briefly about pics in the pipeline for 2020 and beyond, including I Care a Lot; The Marsh King’s Daughter; Horizon Line; The Friend, starring Casey Affleck, Dakota Johnson and Jason Segel; and the Chris Pine-starrer Violence of Action.
Gerald Butler appeared in a video to introduce his upcoming disaster thriller Greenland, which reunites the actor with his Angel Has Fallen director Ric Roman Waugh. Butler called the film, about a family’s fight to survive a cataclysmic natural disaster, “epic, exciting and emotional.” Greenland is set to begin filming next week.
STX also presented extensive clips and a trailer for the Dave Bautista vehicle My Spy. Bautista stars for director Peter Segal (Get Smart) as a CIA agent outwitted by a 9-year-old girl, played by newcomer Chloe Coleman, whose family he’s been sent to surveil.
The Barcelona crowd also was shown an exclusive first-look trailer for Countdown, a horror title about a group of friends who download an app that tells them the precise moment they will die, which is set to open in October; and an exclusive trailer for the horror sequel Brahms: The Boy II starring Katie Holmes.
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