A third Deep Blue Sea movie is set for release this summer, and has been given an R-rating in the US – more details right here.
This one might be a surprise for those who didn’t know that there was a Deep Blue Sea 2, but the 1999 original – directed by Renny Harlin – has now inspired a trilogy of movies.
Deep Blue Sea 3 was first revealed last year, with the news that Netflix was backing the project.
Since then, we’ve learned that John Pogue has directed the feature (having previously helmed The Quiet Ones and Quarantine 2), and the cast includes Nathaniel Buzolic, Emerson Brooks and Bren Foster. Dirk Blackman (Underworld: Rise Of The Lycans) has penned the script for the movie.
And the film is now complete, it seems. It’s listed for release in the US on 28th July 2020, presumably direct to the Netflix service, although Warner Bros Home Entertainment has also backed the film. It’s been given an R rating this week by the Motion Picture Association Of America. When we hear of its UK release, we’ll let you know.
If you were curious about the second film, meanwhile, you can find more on that one right here.
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