The tumultuous energy of Jonathan Majors as The One Who Remains in the Disney+ series “Loki” makes him seem like the perfect fit to play Rodman. He will reprise a version of that character – Kang the Conqueror – in the upcoming Marvel movie “Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantimania”. The main characters will appear next in the Korean War film “Devotion” alongside Glen Powell (“Top Gun: Maverick”), which opens over Thanksgiving weekend.
“48 Hours in Vegas” is produced by Phil Lord, Chris Miller and Aditya Sood, with Rodman, Ari Lubet and Will Allegra executive producing. The script was written by Jordan VanDina.
The press release for the film previously stated:
Visualize it: Las Vegas, Nevada. 1998. The NBA Finals are in full swing. The Chicago Bulls are on track to finish their second lap in eight years. And Dennis Rodman, a groundbreaking cultural presence on and off the court and the team’s future Hall of Fame, defensive expert and recovery genius, just bravely told coach Phil Jackson that he He needs 48 hours in Vegas. It was, of course, a request that Jackson respected.
Inspired by two mythical days reeling in Sin City, Lionsgate’s 48 Hours in Vegas will take audiences on Rodman’s frenetic adventures with his deft assistant GM and will detail a love affair. you’re budding that neither of you ever thought possible problems.
We will update you with details on Majors participation and release dates as soon as they become available.
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