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Tom Hardy’s Netflix film “Havoc”: What We Know So Far

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Netflix is doubling down on overall deals with talented and award-winning filmmakers, making the most recent one with Gareth Evans (Apostle, Gangs of London). The first project to come out of this deal will be Havoc, a crime drama starring Tom Hardy (The Revenant, Venom). Evans will write and direct the film which is currently in development.

Gareth Evans is most well known for his Indonesian martial arts films like The Raid, The Raid 2 and Merantau, through which he brought the Indonesian martial art of pencak silat into world cinema. Evans is also known for creating and directing the Sky Atlantic’s critically-acclaimed series Gangs of London which stars Joe Cole (Black Mirror, Peaky Blinders) and Michelle Fairley (Game of Thrones).

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Netflix’s overall deal with Evans has been in development for a while, according to Deadline, and both sides wanted to make sure Tom Hardy was locked before announcing anything. Netflix liked Evans’ style very much and began working out a deal after their collaboration on the 2018 horror thriller Apostle, which starred Dan Stevens, Michael Sheen and Lucy Boynton.

The producers behind Netflix’s Havoc are Gareth Evans for One More One Productions (Apostle), Ed Talfan for Severn Screen (Apostle, The Pembrokeshire Murders) and Aram Tertzakian for XYZ Films (Mandy, The Silencing). Leading star Tom Hardy is also set to produce.

What is the plot of Havoc?
The official logline for Netflix’s Havoc has been revealed via Deadline:

The story is set after a drug deal gone wrong, when a bruised detective must fight his way through a criminal underworld to rescue a politician’s estranged son, while unraveling a deep web of corruption and conspiracy that ensnares his entire city.

While the premise of the film doesn’t break any new grounds, it has no source material and that might feel refreshing to the kind of Netflix viewer who may have felt overwhelmed by the recent push towards franchises, adaptations, sequels, prequels and reboots.

Who is cast in Havoc?
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As of February 2021, only Tom Hardy has been announced to star Netflix’s Havoc. Hardy will star as the leading character, presumably the aforementioned ‘bruised detective’. Hardy is known for his roles in many films and TV series including The Dark Knight Rises, Mad Max: Fury Road, Venom, Capone, Inception, Peaky Blinders and more.

What’s the production status on Havoc?
Netflix’s Havoc is currently scheduled to enter production in late-June 2021, according to issue 1235 of Production Weekly. Filming is to take place primarily in Wales, UK.

When we might see Havoc on Netflix?
Considering a June 2021 production start, we can rule out the possibility of Netflix’s Havoc being released in 2021, but rather sometime in 2022.

Are you looking forward to Havoc on Netflix? Let us know in the comments and keep this bookmarked for all future updates.

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“Lucifer” Season 5, Part 2: Netflix Release Date and What We Know So Far

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Lucifer Season 5, Part 2 is almost ready to release but won’t arrive on Netflix until April 2021, except March 2021. Here’s an updated guide to everything we know so far about Lucifer’s final season in the form of part two of season five.

As you probably all know, Lucifer has become one of the greatest Netflix original series, taken over by Fox after the sudden cancellation. Netflix takes over production starting with season three, with season four ending on May 8, 2019 and the final season arriving on August 21, 2020.

We already have a lot of coverage on the fifth season of Lucifer, including a complete soundtrack guide for the new series. We also announce that Lucifer is making his biggest TV debut on Netflix since the top 10 of Netflix’s global launch in early 2020. This is also reflected in Neilsen’s display data.

Editor’s Note: Some of this information is released from our headline on the fifth season of Lucifer.

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Long before Lucifer Season 5 Part 1 was released on Netflix, we were getting annoyed with all the episode titles and who should write and direct? Below is a list of the most recent episode titles for episodes 9-16.

Episode 509 – “Family Dinner” – Written by Joe Henderson and directed by Nathan Hope
Episode 510 – “Bloody Heavenly Sweet Karaoke” – Written by Ildi Modrovich and directed by Shervin Shilati.
Episode 511 – “Resting Devil’s Face” – Written by Myra Z. Barnum, Joshua Duckworth and Ricardo Lopez Jr. and directed by Bola Ogun
Episode 512 – “Daniel Espinoza: Naked and Afraid” – Written by Mike Costa and directed by Greg Beeman
Episode 513 – “A Little Harmless Pursuit” – Written by Julia Fontana and Jen Graham Imada and directed by Richard Speight, Jr.
Episode 514 – “Nothing Lasts Forever” – Written by Chris Rafferty and directed by Lisa Damen
Episode 515 – “Is this really going to end ?!” – Written by Jason Ning and directed by Ildi Modrovich
Episode 516 – “A Chance for a Happy Ending” – Written by Joe Henderson and Ildi Modrovich and directed by Karen Gaviola
It should be noted that the episode titles were announced until March 12, 2020, before the resumption of the sixth season of Lucifer. So we’re still not sure if some of the episode titles will change, but we’re sure this will affect the gist of the final episode as we’ll be graduating in a bit.

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‘F1: Drive to Survive’ Reportedly Renewed for Season 4 at Netflix

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F1: Drive to Survive is returning for its third season quickly before the 2021 F1 season starts and as indicated by a noticeable F1 columnist, the Netflix group behind Drive to Survive are indeed once again at it which flags that the show will be returning for season 4.

For those ignorant, the docu-arrangement F1: Drive to Survive investigates the earlier year’s F1 season frequently half a month prior to the new season starts giving fans a method of finding a workable pace or remember the occasions to get amped up for the new season.

Through selective meetings, the arrangement covers the F1 season in a novel manner taking a gander at the greatest news and stories in F1 for that year.

The primary season showed up in March 2019, season 2 showed up in February 2020 and the third season, which covers the 2020 F1 season, is because of delivery on March nineteenth, 2021.

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When will “Legacies” season 3 air on Netflix?

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Legacy is one of a large collection of CW shows coming back for another season, but with the condition that it will run longer than usual. Here’s what we know about Legacy Season 3 and when the third season can be broadcast on Netflix worldwide.

If you don’t dive into the series, Legacy is part of The Original, which in itself is a split from The Vampire Diaries (it’s all on Netflix in most regions except Legacy, but not forever).

It shows Daniel Rose Russell as Hope Mikaelson attending a new school where he can develop his supernatural abilities.

Seasons 1 and 2 air on Netflix in the US. The first season lands on 5 April 2019 and the second one on 3 April 2020.

It’s worth noting that only Netflix has legacy in the US, and as we’ll see shortly, the series is unlikely to come to Netflix internationally.

CW is not broadcasting Old Season 3 in the October regular slot. Instead, it is moved along with other headings in the CW table. This is because the production of the show, like most other shows, including Netflix’s Shale, has been affected by the coronavirus outbreak.

Filming is scheduled to take place in late 2020 and will air on January 21 with an estimated 16 episodes.

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