Common pulls Michael Peña and Lizzy Caplan's sci-fi film Extinction from schedule

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For the second time in a little bit greater than a yr, a film studio has abruptly dropped a Michael Peña film. Final time it was The Bringing, a film that appeared type of exploitative and by no means really received filmed. Now it’s Extinction, which presumably did get filmed and was even set to return out on January 26, 2018, however it’s now not on Common’s launch schedule. This comes from The Hollywood Reporter, which says Common didn’t give any rationalization for pulling the film, leaving us to supply baseless hypothesis on why this has occurred. Maybe Common by accident taped over all the footage with the large soccer sport? We do not know.

Extinction was directed by Ben Younger and it stars Lizzy Caplan and Mike Colter together with Peña. THR says that it’s a thriller the place “a person should save his household from an otherworldly phenomenon,” however that doesn’t inform us very a lot. Maybe the otherworldly phenomenon was that Peña’s character was supposed to carry on to the onerous drive containing an upcoming film, however then a ghost appeared and stole it?

Both approach, the film isn’t popping out on January 26 anymore.

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