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‘Code 8 Part II’ Trailer

[ Written on February 02 2024 by Admin ]

Netflix has released the first official trailer for Code 8 sequel Code 8 Part II, starring Stephen and Robbie Amell.

In this sequel to Code 8, Connor (Robbie Amell) is out of prison and working as a janitor at a community center, having cut ties with his former criminal associate Garrett (Stephen Amell). Connor’s attempt at staying out of trouble is destroyed when he’s forced to help 14-year-old Pav (Sirena Gulamgaus) escape from a pack of corrupt officers led by Sergeant King (Alex Mallari Jr.). King uses the newly launched robotic K9’s to track Pav down, while Connor finds himself once again reaching out to Garrett and his crew for help, but can he trust the man who landed him in prison in the first place?

Directed by Jeff Chan, Code 8 Part II is on Netflix February 28.

‘Calamity Jane’ Trailer

[ Written on January 25 2024 by Admin ]

Watch the first trailer for Calamity Jane, the revenge action film bringing the former Arrowverse stars Stephen Amell and Emily Bett Rickards back together.

After Wild Bill is killed in a poker game, Calamity Jane must break out of prison and seek revenge before the Deadwood’s Sheriff can arrest them.

Calamity Jane releases in theaters and on digital on February 2.

See Stephen and Robbie Amell return in electrifying ‘Code 8: Part II’ photos

[ Written on January 18 2024 by Admin ]

EW can exclusively reveal a sneak peek at the cousins’ action-packed sequel to 2019’s “Code 8,” which debuts on Netflix next month.

EW – Robbie Amell and Stephen Amell are turning up the heat in their Code 8 sequel.

EW can exclusively reveal that sci-fi movie Code 8: Part II will hit Netflix next month on Feb. 28. Before that happens, check out a sneak peek at the film in a new batch of electrifying photos.

“When I got to see it for the first time, I got to the end of it, and I was like, ‘I want more. I want more,'” Stephen tells EW. “The whole experience feels like we graduated, it’s been extraordinary.”

“We were able to make the first movie thanks to the passion of the 30,000 fans who backed us — we wouldn’t be here without them,” Robbie says. “Having the opportunity to bring them along on the next part of Connor and Garrett’s story, but without asking for anything in return is just incredible.”

After the super-powered cousins first starred together in the CW’s Arrowverse as DC Comics heroes, they went on to bring their sci-fi passion project to life in a 2016 proof-of-concept short. Their resulting Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, which sought to raise $200,000 to make a full-length movie, raised an overwhelming $2.4 million. So the Amells created, starred in, and released Code 8 in 2019.

Now, after a stalled continuation with a now-canceled Quibi series, they’re debuting the official sequel film on Netflix, which they produced. “When I see the opening credits, that one little shot that comes up that says ‘Producers’ and then it says ‘Robbie and Stephen Amell,’ I get goosebumps whenever that happens,” Stephen says. “It’s really cool.”

“Jeff [Chan], our director, is very good at blending genres so it’s got the excitement, but you have these real characters and real relationships that you care about, because if you don’t care about them, then the powers mean nothing,” Robbie says. “He’s amazing at creating these worlds and these stories where you’re invested in the people. And then, we get an incredible visual effects team, we get to have some very cool action scenes, and we deliver the entertainment factor because at the end of the day, that’s the goal.”

Code 8 Part II picks up after the events of the first movie, which introduced a gritty world where 4 percent of the population is born with supernatural abilities. Instead of being loved as superheroes, these power-enabled people face discrimination and live in poverty, often resorting to crime.

Connor Reed (Robbie), a power-enabled young man, was lured into the lucrative criminal world by Garrett (Stephen), who helped Connor sharpen his powers in order to execute a series of crimes on behalf of a drug kingpin, while a militarized police unit hunted them down.

The sequel, EW has learned, is a different story entirely from what would’ve been the Quibi spinoff. We now find Connor working as a janitor as he attempts to distance himself from Garrett. But when a 14-year-old named Pav (Sirena Gulamgaus) is targeted by corrupt police officers after investigating the wrongful death of her brother, Connor is forced to re-team with Garrett, the person who destroyed his life, to help the young girl.

“Code 8 – Part II” Official Teaser

[ Written on November 10 2023 by Admin ]

The reunion we’ve all been waiting for is here. In a world where 4% of the population are born with abnormal powers and heavily policed by high-tech robotics, an ex-con teams up with the drug lord he despises to protect a young girl from a corrupt police sergeant. Robbie and Stephen Amell star in Code 8 Part II.

‘Heels’ Cancelled

[ Written on September 27 2023 by Admin ]

The bell has officially rung for the Duffy Wrestling League. After just wrapping up its second season on Starz earlier this month, Variety exclusively reported that the hit wrestling drama Heels has been canceled at the network. Following a small-town independent wrestling promotion trying to take it to the next level professionally, the series starred Stephen Amell and Alexander Ludwig as brothers Jack and Ace Spade. It’s one of four series Starz scrapped today, including Blindspotting, Run the World, and The Venery of Samantha Bird which had yet to air its first season.

UPDATE: EW – The news was particularly painful for Heels’ small but devoted following of viewers, coming as it did just 10 days after the intense season 2 finale. “High Flying” followed Amell’s Jack Spade and his Duffy Wrestling League promotion as they put on a “Harmageddon” show in the hopes of landing a major deal with a streaming platform called Continuum. In the main event, Jack faced off in a match against the Condamned, a character played by his brother, Ace (Alexander Ludwig). He executed a dangerous flying leap into the ring — and ended up catastrophically injured, with no feeling in his legs.

But Jack and the DWL may not be down for the count just yet. Now that the Hollywood writers’ strike has ended, showrunner Mike O’Malley says he and his team are “actively” shopping the show around to other networks. “I really do think it’s going to have a life someplace else,” says O’Malley, who also appears on the show as Charlie Gully, the flamboyant promoter of the rival Florida Wrestling Dystopia league. “We did not intend, nor do we intend, for [the season 2 finale] to be the last episode of the show.”


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