For Riddick: Furya, the fourth entry in the action series that began with the 2000 smash Pitch Black, Vin Diesel, and David Twohy will reunite.
His play will be directed by Twohy. Samantha Vincent will also produce under Diesel’s One Race Films company and star alongside him.
The global sales will be introduced by Rocket Science and CAA Media Finance during the European Film Market the following week.
In the new movie, Riddick makes his long-awaited return to his home Earth, which he hardly recalls and worries the Necromongers might have destroyed. But he discovers there that other Furyans are engaged in a struggle for survival with a brand-new foe. And more than he could have ever dreamed, some of these Furyans like Riddick.
Following Pitch Black, Diesel, and Twohy released The Chronicles of Riddick in 2004 and Riddick in 2013.
With Riddick: Furya, we’re finally prepared to respond to the long-standing demands of our army of fans, Twhoy remarked that he’s worked with Vin and One Race for 20 years, and during that time they’ve produced three films, two computer games, an anime, and motion comics for the internet. Returning to Riddick’s homeworld will enable them to finally learn more about the origins of the character in this new big-screen event.
Diesel, who plays in the Fast and Furious franchise and provides the voice of Groot in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, is still one of Hollywood’s most commercially successful action actors. Additionally, Saving Private is credited.
In addition to the three previous Riddick movies, which he also wrote and directed, Twohy also wrote and directed The Fugitive, the extraterrestrial horror picture The Arrival, and the supernatural thriller Below.
CAA, Linden Entertainment, and Felker Toczek Suddleson Abramson McGinnis Ryan all represent Diesel. Atlas Artists is a representative of Twohy.
In Berlin, Rocket Science’s EFM slate also includes Michael Gracey’s Better Man, Conor McPherson’s Girl from the North Country, which is based on the Broadway production of Bob Dylan and stars Olivia Colman, Woody Harrelson, Tosin Cole, and Chloe Bailey, Alex Winter’s The Adults, Steve Coogan, Josh Gad, and Evan Rachel Wood, Peter Cataneo’s The Penguin Lessons, and Peter Farrelly’s Ricky