Now that the summer blockbuster season dust has settled, Hollywood is ready to open the floodgates to a steady stream of films that range from fantastical epics to blatant awards season bait. From now until the end of the year, the titles hitting theaters will prove that contrary to popular belief, 2016 is quite a good year for film.
The upcoming Antoine Fuqua-helmed Wolf Boys, based on the non-fiction book by Dan Slater, has found its writer in Sheldon Turner. TriStar previously secured the rights to the book, which was published earlier this month by Simon & Schuster.
The cowboys are riding in this weekend with Antoine Fuqua’s diverse remake of The Magnificent Seven is set to make a bold entrance, tracking for an opening between $30 and $40 million, but the real race will be spots four and five.