Bloodshot, starring Vin Diesel, has landed on the 93rd Academy Awards finalist list, securing a nomination for Best Visual Effects.
Bloodshot has landed on the shortlist for the 93rd Academy Awards.
The film, based on the Valiant Entertainment anti-hero, has been nominated for Best Visual Effects, along with Warner Bros. ‘ Beginning Y Birds of Prey (and the fantastic emancipation of a Harley Quinn).
Bloodshot follows Private Ray Garrison, who is killed by a mercenary after a mission in Iraq. They inject him with nanites that allow him to access computer systems around the world and give him superhuman strength and a regenerative healing factor. Bloodshot debuted on March 13, 2020, just before the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic closed cinemas around the world. Sony Pictures was able to switch to a home video release, bringing it to the top spot in video-on-demand services.
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DMG Entertainment creative director and filmmaker Dan Mintz confirmed that a Bloodshot The sequel is in the works, with Vin Diesel set to reprise his role as the nano-powered super-soldier. Valiant is also developing a film based on Herald with original films and Paramount Pictures. Directed by Justin Tipping, Herald will feature a group of outcast teenagers who discover their superhuman abilities and come together.
Directed by Dave Wilson from a script by Eric Heisserer and Jeff Wadlow, Bloodshot stars Vin Diesel, Guy Pearce, and Toby Kebbell.
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