It was accounted for recently that John Boyega had exited Netflix’s Rebel Ridge movie mid-way through the shoot. According to Netflix, Boyega expected to leave due to “family reasons” which is altogether justifiable, yet another report from THR claims that the entertainer simply…walked away.
Sources disclosed to THR that John Boyega walked away from the creation without telling anybody, and the possibly reason the producers realized this was on the grounds that when they searched for him at his inn, they found that he had looked at. The sources don’t give a clarification for Boyega’s exit, just to say that the entertainer had “myriad issues ranging from the script to his accommodations.” Netflix leaders, including Scott Stuber and Ted Sarandos, fruitlessly attempted to get Boyega to return yet the creation was subsequently closed down and many group individuals were given up. Jeremy Saulnier, most popular for Blue Ruin, Green Room, and Hold the Dark, is coordinating Rebel Ridge in light of his own content, and keeping in mind that plot subtleties are being left hidden, it’s said that the film will be a “high-velocity thriller that explores systemic American injustices through bone-breaking action sequences, suspense and dark humor.” Saulnier declined to comment.
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John Boyega immediately denied the report through his representative, Femi Oguns. “I can categorically say that these rumours are completely untrue,” Oguns said. “People will form their opinions often rooted from boredom. As stated John unfortunately left due to family reasons which in truth is none of anyone’s business except his own. John and Netflix have a wonderful relation which will continue to grow for years to come whether that be through his acting or through [Boyega’s production company] UpperRoom.” When it was first declared that Boyega had left Rebel Ridge, Netflix was expecting to rapidly track down another lead, however it appears they couldn’t do as such. Production is required to continue right on time next year.