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‘Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ Director Kari Skogland to Helm ‘Wind River’ Sequel

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier director Kari Skogland is hooked up to helm Wind River: The Subsequent Chapter, a sequel to the 2017 crime drama set on a Native American reservation in Wyoming that starred Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen.

Martin Sensmeier will star and reprise his position as Chip Hanson. Patrick Massett and John Zinman penned the sequel screenplay, with further forged to be introduced forward of manufacturing set to start out in January 2023.

In Wind River: The Subsequent Chapter, terror escalates on the Wind River reservation as a sequence of ritualistic murders stay unsolved. The FBI enlists Hanson, a newly minted tracker for the U.S. Fish & Recreation, who turns into embroiled in a determined and harmful struggle between the authorities, a vigilante and the Reservation he calls dwelling.

The movie is produced by Matthew George for Citadel Rock Leisure and Acacia Filmed Leisure, and Basil Iwanyk and Erica Lee for Thunder Street Photos. Govt producers embody Rob Reiner, Michele Reiner, Derrick Rossi, Jonathan Fuhrman, Courtney Shepard and Hernan Narea.  

Canadian director Skogland can also be hooked up to direct Cleopatra, with Gal Gadot. She was earlier set to direct Matthew McConaughey in Dallas Sting,  a soccer film from Skydance and Berlanti Schechter Productions that was scrapped six weeks forward of manufacturing over misconduct allegations.

Skogland’s credit embody directing and govt producing Marvel’s The Falcon and the Winter Soldier for Disney+, Showtime’s The Loudest Voice, starring Russell Crowe and Sienna Miller and Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Story.

Skogland is represented by WME and Nameless Content material.  Sensmeier is represented by Buchwald and Justine Hunt.  

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