Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot is in negotiations to star in Ruin, a post-World War II revenge thriller being made by Mad River Pictures, the company run by Marc Butan, The Hollywood Reporterhas confirmed.
Ruin centres on an ex-Nazi captain in post-Second World War Germany who seeks to rectify his past by hunting down the surviving members of his former SS Death Squad.
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At a September court hearing, Ramo's lawyer alleged that Harris may have been the one to throw the first punch. At the rally, 32-year-old Heather Heyer was killed when a vehicle struck a crowd of counter protesters.
Meanwhile, Gadot has the much-awaited sequel of "Wonder Woman" in her pocket for late 2018.
Gadot will next be seen as the Amazonian warrior in Justice League, which is slated to hit cinemas from 17 November (17).
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That forecast calls for partly sunny skies with a chance for a shadow monster to disrupt your evening plans. No reports on the titles of the remaining episodes having new names have surfaced yet.
Kurzel is also said to be prepping a film about Australian outlaw Ned Kelly. His 2016 fantasy actioner "Assassin's Creed", based on the videogame, generated $240 million in worldwide box office. Ruin sounds like it might be a flawless vehicle for Fassbender, but as yet there are no reports about the actor being attached to the film. The 32-year-old also recently signed onto star in Kornel Mundruczo underwater thriller Deeper, which also features Bradley Cooper, and tells the story of former astronaut who goes on a deep-sea dive mission.
It is still unclear what role the "Keeping up with Jones" actor will be playing. Her DCEU commitments mean she is locked in to Justice League 2 and the Flash standalone Flashpoint as well as Wonder Woman 2.
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Current owners of diesel cars will be allowed to continue to drive their vehicles in the city, the reports have suggested. Paris officials have taken to making public transportation free on days when pollution levels are especially high.