Start Date Set For ‘Divorce Party’ As Main Cast Added; ‘Rambo’ Reboot Planned

A start date for the Sprockerfeller Films and 2020 Productions comedy The Divorce Party has been set, with filming to begin in November in Savannah, Georgia. Thomas Cocquerel, Matilda Lutz, and Claire Holt will topline the Hughes William Thompson-directed film. Written by Lane Garrison and Mark Famiglietti, The Divorce Party story tracks a newly dumped divorcee (Cocquerel) who hires his former wedding planner (Lutz) to throw a “divorce party” celebrating his new singledom after being left by his wife (Holt). Sunil Perkash, Ryan Johnson, Martin Sprock and Paresh Ghelani are producing.

Cocquerel is repped by CAA, Management 360 and Shanahan Management in Australia; Lutz is repped by UTA and Silver Lining Entertainment; Holt is repped by WME, Management 360 and attorney Doug Stone. Garrison is a client Crimson Media, and attorney Mark Johnson. Famiglietti is repped by Silver Lining Entertainment and Bloom Hergott Diemer Rosenthal Laviolette Feldman Schenkman & Goodman. Thompson is repped by Gray Krauss Stratford Sandler Des Rochers.


Nu Image/Millennium Films is moving forward on Rambo: New Blood, a reboot of the John Rambo franchise to be written by Brooks McLaren and directed by Ariel Vromen. The original series that kicked off with 1982’s First Blood starred Sylvester Stallone and spawned three sequels, most recently 2008’s Rambo. The new version won’t feature Stallone but will instead star a younger actor in an approach said to be inspired by the James Bond series. The project is in the very early stages and no plot details have been revealed.

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