MTV News is reporting that “Revisit” director Mike Judge is set to direct the follow-up to his 2011 documentary “The Great White Hope.”
This time around, Judge will be directing a much larger-scale production of the original film.
As the title suggests, the story of the film focuses on a white American family that returns home from a five-week vacation to find that it is overrun by white Americans.
The film, which starred Kevin Costner and Michelle Williams, was a huge success at the box office and is currently in theaters nationwide.
The trailer for the followup was released back in February, and the project is currently slated to shoot in the fall.
We already know that the film will explore the themes of race and immigration, and we already know it will feature some big names in the acting game.
However, we still don’t know much about the film’s plot or who will star in the film.
While it is still very early in the process, we already have some interesting tidbits to share about the follow up to “Revise.”
First, the movie will also feature a much younger cast.
While the film is still in production, the film-makers have confirmed that the cast for “Revised” will be younger than the film was in its original form.
“Revises” director Judge told MTV News that the original cast of “Revist” included several people who were in their 30s or 40s.
This is very different from “The Greatest Showman” where many of the actors were in high school and playing college students.
“I thought I’d have a different cast in the original version,” Judge said.
“The whole thing is very new for me.
I’ve never done a feature film where you can see a younger cast than you’ve ever seen before.
This film will be different.”
We also know that this new cast will not be making their feature debut.
“We’re not doing the same film that was done five years ago,” Judge added.
“They will be on the set with us, but they won’t be in the films that were done before.”
In addition to the older cast, “Revists” will feature a cast of teenagers that will also be in their 20s.
These teens will be playing teens, but as the title of the trailer suggests, this time around they will be teenagers.
“It will be very different to the film that we did with Kevin Costberg and Michelle,” Judge told the magazine.
“A lot of them are very young and very naïve, and they have a lot to learn.”
The cast will also include the film co-star, Tom Cavanagh, as well as the film director, David Wain.
The production also promises to have some of the most controversial themes in modern history explored in “Revising.”
This is not the first time that the movie has brought up the topic of race, however, and it is unclear if the project will include any of the controversial topics.
“There will be no more racial slurs, or racial slurs of any kind,” Judge explained.
“You’ll be able to see how a family is reacting to a situation, and how their perspective has changed.”
While the focus of the new film will still be on white people, the focus will also also be on immigration and the American dream.
“All of these stories are really big and important,” Judge stated.
“This is about the American Dream.
This will be a family story.”
It’s been a while since “Revision” hit theaters, but we know that it will be the biggest film in history.
As long as you like your movies a little more dark and gritty, this one will have you on the edge of your seat.
RELATED: ‘Revises’ Director Mike Judge on How The Making Of The Movie Changed Him As a filmmaker, Judge said he feels the film “changed me” as a filmmaker.
He also said that he is “absolutely thrilled” that the project has already been picked up by MTV.
“As a filmmaker,” Judge continued, “I felt a sense of empowerment and hope that the public would see this film and that they would get the opportunity to see what this film had to offer.”
“Revisions” will air on MTV Networks on October 21, 2019 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.