Plot Details Emerge for Third Riddick Film

Plot Details Emerge for Third Riddick FilmMore details are coming in from the European Film Market regarding David Twohy and Vin Diesel’s return to the Riddick universe! Looks like the interstellar badass will once again be taking on monsters! Saints be praised!

According to The Hollywood Reporter the script features the character Riddick — the most wanted man in the galaxy — left for dead on a barren alien planet, dealing with “trisons” (three-legged bisons) and “mud demons.”

He must then contend with two squads of bounty hunters, one of which rides rockets called jetcycles.

Yep. Give us an R-rated flick that features a hefty amount of violence, and they can consider us there with fucking bells on. Whatever that means.

Look for more on this one soon!

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  • Floydian Trip

    I hated Pitch Black and I hate Vin Diesel. Worst actor ever!

    • thedarkestshadow

      We can tell that you haven’t seen too many movies or don’t know anything about acting or actors. He isn’t the greatest but he is far from the worst ever.

      • Terminal

        Compared to Channing Tatum, Robert Pattinson, and Chris Klein the guy is fucking Laurence Olivier.

        Plus I mean come on, he was very good in Saving Private Ryan and rocked The Iron Giant. The man has surefire charisma and that goes a long way in Hollywood. It’s not like Sylvester Stallone or Ahnuld were ever amazing actors either but they still lasted for a long time and I think if Vin Diesel ever gets his career back in order, he can last a long time too.

        • Floydian Trip

          The only thing good about him in Saving Private Ryan was that he died within the first 20 minutes of the movie.

          • Terminal

            And Spielberg had the foresight to give him center stage if briefly. Diesel rocks. His movies don’t.

  • Vanvance1

    Pitch Black was solid fun. The sequel… whoa, epically dumb. Not Star Wars dumb, but dumb enough.

  • Terminal

    Thank goodness they’re making him a monster masher like in “Pitch Black.” I couldn’t take anymore of the “Is he the neo-Mad Max or Christ?” undertones from the sequel.