WWE Studios (NYSE:WWE) and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment announced Tuesday the next two films that will begin production as part of their continued collaboration.
This March, cameras will start rolling on Jingle All The Way 2, the sequel to the 1996 comedy Jingle All The Way.
Starring Larry the Cable Guy (Tooth Fairy 2, Cars) and featuring WWE Superstar “Santino Marella” the film is directed by Alex Zamm (Tooth Fairy 2, Dr. Dolittle: Million Dollar Mutts) and will release this 2014 holiday season.
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Also announced is the fourth installment of The Marine franchise, the eighth collaboration between WWE Studios and Twentieth Century Fox including the theatrical releases of The Marine and 12 Rounds.
Shooting this April, The Marine 4 will star WWE Superstar Mike “The Miz” Mizanin, who will be the first WWE Superstar to reprise his role in The Marine franchise, and will also feature “Summer Rae,” the first WWE Diva to be featured in a WWE Studios production.
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Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will handle worldwide distribution for the pictures across all formats including Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD.
WWE will utilize its extensive reach to market the release of each film.
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is the industry leading worldwide marketing, sales and distribution company for all Fox produced, acquired and third party partner film and television programing.
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