Submitted by kyosuke 975d ago | news

Live Action ‘Kite’ Project Moving Forward With New Director

After the sudden and surprising death of director David R. Ellis, the Kite live action project obviously was put into a bit of chaos. Nobody had said anything for a bit since it wasn’t the time or place, but a lot of elements were already put into play for the project and a decision had to be made. It turns out that the project is being taken over by South African director Ralph Ziman and things are continuing forward as Ellis had set them into place, with Samuel L. Jackson, India Eisley and Callan McAuliffe set to star in it. The feature was set to be filmed in Johannesburg and it was expected to begin filming in February and that’s largely expected to continue, though some allowances are obviously going to be made in regards to getting everything set up. (Culture, Kite, Live-Action)

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