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Summit announces release dates for Gods of Egypt, Step Up All In, and Allegiant

12.17.2013

Summit Entertainment has set release dates for three of their upcoming films, and I'm sure the thought going through everyone's mind as they read the headline was, "Really? Another f*cking STEP UP movie?" Yes, the popular dance series is getting a fifth film, and it will be released on July 25, 2014. Series regulars Ryan Guzman, Briana Evigan, Stephen "tWitch" Boss and Misha Gabriel will be back for the 3D movie, and Trish Sie (who choreographed and created OK Go's treadmill video for "Here it Goes Again") will be behind the camera for STEP UP ALL IN.

GODS OF EGYPT starring Gerard Butler, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Geoffrey Rush, Brenton Thwaites, and newcomer Courtney Eaton will be in theaters on February 12, 2016. The film from director Alex Proyas is about a thief (Thwaites) who forms an alliance with the god Horus (Coster-Waldau) against the evil Set (Butler) after the later kills Horus' father (who is also Set's brother), and becomes the ruler of Egypt.

The YA adaptation DIVERGENT doesn't hit theaters until March of next year, but Summit is hopeful that the film will launch a franchise similar to THE HUNGER GAMES. The second film's release was previously announced (March 20, 2015), and the third film is now set to hit theaters on March 18, 2016. The movies star Shailene Woodley and Theo James, and is set in dystopian future where people are divided into factions based on different human virtues like bravery and selflessness.

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Source: THR

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1:38AM on 03/21/2015
Eww Divergent and Step Up
Eww Divergent and Step Up
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12:39PM on 12/17/2013

Man, oh man I shope Gods of Egypt is good

Proyas showed so much flipping potential at the beginning of his career. The Crow is, for my money, the first truly good comic book adaptation to be made. And, although the more I watch it the more convinced I am it has it's flaws, Dark City verges on masterpiece. I was so sad when I, Robot ended up being his followup, while not a "bad" film per se it's a completely by the numbers mainstream flick that should have been so much better considering the source material and the director. Knowing
Proyas showed so much flipping potential at the beginning of his career. The Crow is, for my money, the first truly good comic book adaptation to be made. And, although the more I watch it the more convinced I am it has it's flaws, Dark City verges on masterpiece. I was so sad when I, Robot ended up being his followup, while not a "bad" film per se it's a completely by the numbers mainstream flick that should have been so much better considering the source material and the director. Knowing hurt my soul with how bad it was. I think there's still hope for Proyas, but if this turns out to be another dud, that hope will be sorely tested.
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11:47AM on 12/17/2013
You know all those tweeny-booper movies that the people of this website never watch? That's Divergent.

I'm down for Gods of Egypt though.
You know all those tweeny-booper movies that the people of this website never watch? That's Divergent.

I'm down for Gods of Egypt though.
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9:54AM on 12/17/2013
Gods of Egypt sounds awesome.
Gods of Egypt sounds awesome.
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