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Seagals Upcoming Films

JoeDirt

Active Member
#64
Just found this on Instagram. Simon De Karic (film producer) posted this 1 hour ago:

3 FILMS in Canada 1 in Romania and now lunch in Belgrade, Serbia. Big thing coming to Serbia soon.

Here is the link:
https://www.instagram.com/p/BARSoN8HRjn/?taken-by=simondekaric
Surely not all 4 movies will be with Seagal?

Regardless he seems to be as busy in 2016 as he was last year. I wonder if any of the upcoming movies will have him be the lead or if all are supporting roles or glorified cameos?

The only upcoming movie where he's the lead character is Code of Honor, and even in that it looks like his character will disappear and pop-up infrequently and the other characters have as much or more screen time.
 
#65
Seagal should do a 90s Style cop-movie with Lundgren or Van damme with a 20 mio budget . Directed by Peter Hyams, Roel Reine, Don Michael Paul, Jesse v. Johnson or William Kaufmann.
 

JoeDirt

Active Member
#66
So when Contract to Kill wraps pretty soon Seagal will have 8 movies in the can with none of them having been released yet, apart from maybe Code of Honor which was supposed to air on Italian TV but there seems to be no reviews or anything to confirm it did.

The Perfect Weapon
Killing Salazar
Code of Honor
Chinese Seller
Sniper: Special Ops
The Asian Connection
End of a Gun
Contract to Kill

Am I forgetting something? That's easily the most movies he's made in such a short time. I know it used to be a running joke that he had a new DTV movie come out every week, but pretty soon that's going to actually happen!
 
#67
So when Contract to Kill wraps pretty soon Seagal will have 8 movies in the can with none of them having been released yet, apart from maybe Code of Honor which was supposed to air on Italian TV but there seems to be no reviews or anything to confirm it did.

The Perfect Weapon
Killing Salazar
Code of Honor
Chinese Seller
Sniper: Special Ops
The Asian Connection
End of a Gun
Contract to Kill

Am I forgetting something? That's easily the most movies he's made in such a short time. I know it used to be a running joke that he had a new DTV movie come out every week, but pretty soon that's going to actually happen!

And Cyborg Nemesis....
 

JoeDirt

Active Member
#68
And Cyborg Nemesis....
I believe Albert Pyun, the director, announced that Cyborg Nemesis is officially cancelled. AFAIK he only filmed parts of the movie which he did screen at some festivals, but I don't know how long the cut was, probably just a short film at best.
He did put Seagal's face on a poster and obviously added his name to the movie's Imdb page and was hopeful to actually get him, but it didn't pan out.

FYI Pyun has tried to get multiple movies made in recent years, including one Sci-Fi movie he was working on until recently, but he has MS and Dementia and judging from recent Facebook updates he might not have long to live, his health is really, really poor and he pretty much left his goodbyes a while ago.
Sad.
 

rastafari

Well-Known Member
#72
Ive edited the upcoming movies included removing some like Path Of Redemption and adding some more films

Its a hell of a list now.....infact you could be looking at a new Seagal release every 6 weeks and I am sure there is at least 1 film on the list for everyone
 

JoeDirt

Active Member
#74
So far 2016 has seen four Seagal movies released, Sniper: Special Ops, Code of Honor, The Asian Connection and Killing Salazar (only in Japan?) and I suspect The Perfect Weapon will also get released later this year. Have they announced a US distributor for that one yet?

So that's 5 movies in one year.

I think they'll wait until next year to release End of a Gun and Contract to Kill, and now that Attrition is apparently filming that will likely get released next year as well. And if they start filming Gunfighter soon that'll be at least four movies for him next year, and I have a feeling he might sign on to another movie soon where he'll do a one or two day cash grab cameo like in Sniper.

So five movies a year seems to be the thing now. :eek:
 

Martin01

Well-Known Member
Staff member
#75
I think the productions this year are more promising compared to last year:

Contract to Kill: I don't know about this, especially about Seagals involvement and not happy about the locations, but Waxmans last two movies were at least decent in my opinion.
Attrition: Seagals first directorial effort since 20 years.
Gunfighter: The plot sounds great and apparently will be filmed in the US. This has potential to be Waxmans best movie since "The Keeper".
Tip of the Spear: Probably written by Seagal, the plot sounds decent and could be filmed in the US as well.

So I don't know, but at least looking at the descriptions, Seagals role in some of this movies could be bigger than in most movies from last year.

I still hope "Cypher" will move forward sometime, though.