Chaos Walking, adaptation of Patrick Ness’s young adult novel The knife in hand, will undertake several ‘reshoots’, according to THR. The film directed by Doug Liman (At the edge of tomorrow) stars Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley but, due to the complexity of their agendas, the requirement to record new scenes could force Lionsgate to delay the release date, which is now signaled Avengers Infinity War for on March 1, 2019 in the US The budget of the film moves around 90-100 million dollars, and the idea is to start a franchise that can compete with superheroes, ‘remakes’, etc.
The “additional photography” will last between two and three weeks as indicated by THR, although this will not take place until the end of the year or the beginning of 2019. Filming finished in November, although the delay is due to Tom Holland (Avengers: Infinity War , Spider-Man: Fighting with My Family Homecoming 2) and Daisy Ridley (Star Wars: Episode IX, A Woman of No Importance) are two of the most demanded actors in Hollywood.
The knife in the hand is a dystopian story set in Prentisstown, a small settlement in “New World”, an alien planet newly colonized by the human race. Almost all of humanity has died in a war against the Spackle – the Masillas – and because of a virus that has affected mostly women. All creatures can hear the thoughts of others in a chain of images, words and sounds known as “Noise.” The cacophony causes madness in many until a young man named Todd Hewitt (Holland) discovers that Viola Eade (Ridley) can be the key to everything. Mads Mikkelsen, Nick Jonas, David Oyelowo, among others, complete the cast. Ness, author of the book, maintains negotiations with Lionsgate to write the new pages of the script. Until we know more, we leave you on these Peterloo lines the trailer of Avengers: Infinity War (April 27).