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Joe Manganiello And Marley Shelton Join Dwayne Johnson In RAMPAGE

Joe Manganiello And Marley Shelton Join Dwayne Johnson In RAMPAGE

You can now add Rampage to the growing list of giant monster movies.

Just like the movies Godzilla,Kong, or Pacific Rim, there’s a giant monster trend. And now Rampage is joining in on the fun.

Joe Manganiello and Marley Shelton are set to join Dwayne Johnson in Rampage, New Line’s adventure project based on the 1980s video game.

Naomie Harris came aboard the Rampage roster last week but now we’re seeing that casting has really ramped up.

Brad Peyton is directing the project, which reunites Johnson, Peyton and producer Beau Flynn, the team behind San Andreas and Journey 2: The Mysterious Island.

Based on the 1980’s video game, the film will feature three creatures — a monstrously transformed gorilla, crocodile and wolf — who wreak havoc on North American cities and landmarks.

Johnson is an animal-loving hero who is the world’s only hope while Naomie Harris, the Oscar-nominated Moonlight actress, is on board as a geneticist with a moral streak.

Manganiello will play the leader of a private military group. Shelton will play a scientist and astronaut.

This is curious for sure. Manganiello is/was going to play Deathstroke in the next Batman movie but with The Batman possibly being delayed this could be a fall back project.

Shelton starred in the Lifetime series The Lottery and appeared in films such as the Anthony Hopkins thriller Solace and Scream 4.

See Rampage stomp onto screens on April 20, 2018!

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Source: THR

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