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08.10.2017

Nick Jonas, Tom Holland, and Daisy Ridley are all starring in a movie together! The trio will join forces for Lionsgate’s post-apocalyptic thriller Chaos Walking, The Hollywood Reporter reports.

Doug Liman will direct the film, based on the best-selling YA novel by Patrick Ness.

The story is set “on a colony planet where almost all women have been killed by a virus and all living creatures are struck by ‘The Noise,’ a virus which inflicts immersive visions of ones’ every thought. The cacophony drives many mad until a young man (Tom) makes a silent discovery: There is a girl (Daisy) who may be the key to unlocking the New World’s many layered secrets.”

Nick will play Davy Prentiss Jr., “a young soldier in Mayor Prentiss’ army fueled by jealousy over his father’s (Mads Mikkelson) mentorship of long-time rival Todd Hewitt (Tom).”

Demian Bichir and Kurt Sutter also star. Chaos Walking is set to hit theaters on March 1, 2019!

05.12.2017

Lionsgate is set to launch the film “Chaos Walking” at the upcoming Cannes Film Festival, starring Daisy Ridley and Tom Holland, based on the popular young adult novel by Patrick Ness. The project, which is directed by Doug Liman, is currently in pre-production and is sure to be one of the most coveted titles to hit the market next week.

Chaos Walking” Synopsis:

The Carnegie Medal-winning book is set on the distant, rugged planet of New World, which was colonized a generation earlier by settlers from earth seeking a better life. When an infection called the Noise suddenly makes all thought audible, privacy vanishes, chaos ensues and a corrupt autocrat threatens to take control of the human settlements and wage war with the indigenous alien race.

Only young Todd Hewitt (Holland) holds the key to stopping the planet-wide destruction. As he flees with his dog in hand, he stumbles upon a strange and silent girl, Viola (Ridley). They soon set off on a white-knuckle adventure into the depths of unexplored New World to find a way for Viola to contact her people on a distant spaceship and Todd begins to realize that he must unlearn everything he knows in order to figure out who he really is which Todd must unlearn everything he knows in order to figure out who he really is.

Ness Quote:

“I’m so excited to be working with the Lionsgate International sales team on the launch of Chaos Walking in Cannes,” said Ness. “It’s been an adventure getting to this point and the combination of Daisy Ridley, Tom Holland and Doug Liman is ridiculously good.”

08.09.2016

Daisy Ridley isn’t quite sick of travelling to galaxies far far away just yet, as she’s signed up for another blockbuster sci-fi franchise in waiting.

The Star Wars’ actress has joined the cast of Lionsgate’s upcoming adaptation of Patrick Ness’ Chaos Walking, a young adult sci-fi series set in a dystopian world where all living creatures can hear each other’s thoughts.

A large portion of Chaos Walking is focused around Prentisstown, the only human settlement on the planet New World which is solely populated by males.

It’s safe to assume the film adaptation will focus on the first book in the trilogy, The Knife Of Never Letting Go, which centres on Todd Hewitt as he’s forced to escape his home and encounters a girl called Viola in the swamp – the role Daisy has most likely signed up for.

The film is set to be directed by Doug Liman who previously helmed the underrated sci-fi flick Edge Of Tomorrow and The Bourne Identity, with production set to begin in 2017.

Daisy certainly isn’t settling on the Star Wars franchise, as she’s also set to reunite with The Force Awakens director JJ Abrams for the supernatural drama Kolma too.

You’ll be able to catch your next dose of Rey however in the forthcoming Star Wars: Episode VIII directed by Rian Johnson, which officially finished filming last month.