Posted by The Hollywood Reporter on July 30, 2018 06:08:47New “The Huntsman: Winter’s War” trailer has landed and it features the most adorable look yet for the iconic young warrior.
“It’s a little bit different than ‘Huntsman,'” says director Josh Boone.
“We have the most fun making this movie.
This is going to be a fun movie.”
“Huntsmen” is in theaters now and has a budget of $60 million to play with.
“I think there’s a whole lot of potential for it,” Boone adds.
“In some ways it could be a little too much, a little more of the same, a lot of the old school, and a little of the younger, younger version of what it used to be.”
The film was directed by Dan Gilroy, who is directing the upcoming “The Hateful Eight,” which opens on November 10.
The studio is currently shooting “The Avengers,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” “Captain America: Civil War,” “Doctor Strange” and “Thor” 2.
Boone’s “Huntersman” will star Ben Mendelsohn, Oscar Isaac and Rachel McAdams.
Check out our exclusive “Hunting Season” interview with Boone below.
“The thing that I’ve always loved about ‘Hunting’ is that it’s really about the struggle,” Boone tells The Hollywood Review.
“For the most part, there’s always something going on in the world that’s going to keep you from having a normal life.
That’s the kind of world that we live in.”
Boone tells THR that the movie is a “different kind of ‘Hunters’ than anything that we’ve done.”
“I wanted to do something different than what we’re used to seeing from the big studios, because I think that’s where they’re really going,” Boone says.
“If you look at the last two ‘Hunted’ movies, you can see that the story is more about the struggles of these young men and young women.
They’re living in this world of conflict and survival, so they’re not always going to feel the same way as they do in the movies.
That was something I really wanted to play in this movie.” “
Hunt is a great example of the fact that you can be the underdog and still have your own story and your own perspective and your voice.
That was something I really wanted to play in this movie.”
Boone says the script was written by Michael Kaplan, who worked on “Hunted” for “The Hangover” and is currently working on the upcoming biopic “A Dog’s Purpose.”
Boone describes the script as “one of those that you’d be like, ‘Oh my god, that’s crazy.'”
The story focuses on two boys, Hunter and Sam, who, when their parents die, move in with a single mom named Lillian.
Hunter and Lillian share a bond, but it’s not always romantic.
The two share a love of guns, which comes into play when they get their own.
Boone tells the Review that Lillian “has a kind of a gun in her hand.
It’s a very powerful thing.”
Boone adds that Lillis’ character is played by “the most beautiful, funny actress in the business.”
The trailer for “HunTS” can be seen below.