Jessica Frances Dukes shares behind-the-scenes look at Ozark
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Warner Bros. have announced the official cast of the upcoming film Eraser: Reborn, based on the 1996 cult classic starring action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger, Eraser. Dominic Sherwood will lead the new blockbuster, with the cast also featuring Ozark’s McKinley Belcher III and NCIS: Los Angeles breakout Eddie Ramos.
Eraser: Reborn was filmed under wraps earlier this year and is poised to release on streaming in early 2022.
Based on the original Eraser led by Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Terminator star portrayed witness protection specialist John Kruger who becomes suspicious of his co-workers while working on a high-tech weapons case.
Almost three decades later, Dominic Sherwood will take on the title role of U.S. Marshal Mason Pollard who specialises in faking the deaths of high-profile witnesses.
The upcoming reboot will also star Jacky Lai (V-Wars), McKinley Belcher III (Ozark) and Eddie Ramos (Animal Kingdom).
McKinley Belcher III is best known for his supporting role as Agent Trevor Evans in the Netflix crime drama starring Jason Bateman and Laura Linney.
He has also appeared in a number of popular shows, including Power, Chicago PD and most recently Showtime’s historical drama The Good Lord Bird.
The reboot will also feature Eddie Ramos, who got his start appearing as Flaco in the season five finale of NCIS: Los Angeles.
Ramos has since taken on supporting parts in series like Teen Wolf and Animal Kingdom, and even lent his voice to the popular video game sequel Just Cause 4.
Meanwhile, the film’s lead is well known to fantasy fans having appeared in the young adult series Shadowhunters in the main role of Jace Herondale.
The English actor later appeared in last year’s one-off sequel series Penny Dreadful: City of Angels as Kurt.
Filming for the Eraser reboot was already completed under-the-radar this year so is expected to arrive near the start of next year.
The film was reportedly produced for Warner Bros. Home Media, though not HBO Max, so will be available to stream at home in addition to a potential theatrical release.
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It is currently in its post-production stage, and the studio have confirmed an unspecified spring 2022 release date.
Producers include Hunt Lowry (Last of the Mohicans) and Patty Reed (Deep Blue Sea 3).
One of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s lesser-known roles, Eraser nevertheless grossed $240 million off an estimated $100 million budget.
The original was directed by Chuck Russell, best known for The Mask, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3 and the 1988 remake of classic creature feature The Blob.
If Eraser: Reborn finds its audience, it could become an unexpected streamer hit as cinema releases are still feeling the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Dominic Sherwood will sadly not be returning to his Penny Dreadful role as the spin-off series was cancelled after just one season.
However, McKinley Belcher III is speculated to reprise his role as Agent Evans in the upcoming fourth season of Ozark to enact his revenge on the Byrdes.
Ozark seasons 1-3 are available to stream on Netflix. NCIS: Los Angeles season 13 will premiere on Sunday, October 10 on CBS.
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