Portland, Maine ( MTV News ) — The new “Hawaii” movie, set to hit theaters March 17, is set to open on the island nation’s shores on March 17.
The film will feature a diverse cast including former Broadway and Broadway cast members, actors from the original “Hawaiian Haunting,” and a new lead role for former “House of Cards” star Matt LeBlanc.
It’s the first film from director/producer Tom Kenny, who also helmed “The Last Man on Earth” and “The Hangover.”
The film follows the story of a small band of islanders as they face the challenge of being the only surviving tribe in the world.
The story will follow the life of the former leader of the “Hawakai Islands” who died in the 1970s.
It will also be the first time the film will be shot entirely on location on the islands, and the first “Hawau” movie to feature a Native Hawaiian cast.
“Hawi” stars John Goodman, Jessica Biel, Sam Rockwell, and Taryn Manning, along with Michael Shannon, John Goodman’s brother.
It was filmed in the Aloha State, where filming took place between November and December.
The original film, directed by John Carpenter, is considered one of the greatest horror films ever made, spawning a slew of sequels, spinoffs, and spinoffs.
Check out some behind-the-scenes photos from the film: The cast of “Hawala” and other “Hawalike” characters will be playing in the new film.
The cast is currently in Hawaii for filming.
They’ve been working with a crew of local actors, including actor/director Matt Leblanc, and will be shooting in the island’s historic Makaha and Kaʻiwa islands.
They’re currently in the middle of a six-month shoot.
The group is hoping to have their cast ready to shoot the film by April 15, 2018.
It’ll be the second time the group has shot “Hawali” on the mainland in the past two years, following “Hawaka” which was filmed last year.
They are still working to find a location for filming on the main island of Maui.
It should be interesting to see how the cast and crew reacts to the islanders in the film.
Here are some of the cast members who will be making their debut in “Hawl-la” in the next year: In addition to Goodman, “Hawlah” stars Sam Rockwood, John Belushi, Jennifer Carpenter, Sarah Wayne Callies, and Chris O’Dowd.
They’ll be starring alongside LeBlac, who plays the elder of the group, Captain John, who has been leading the island for centuries.
“A Haunting” stars LeBlanchard, who will play a local who is the ghost of a former lover.
LeBlanc also stars as the man who found the original islanders, who are trying to rebuild their community after being abandoned.
“House of Colors” and the “Halloween” franchise have been among the most successful and beloved “Hawalo” films.
The series is still going strong, with the last season ending with a cliffhanger, and “Honeymoon” also bringing us an iconic moment in “The Haunting.”
“Hooch” will be the last “Hawuas” film to feature an indigenous cast.
It follows the adventures of an African-American woman named “Holly,” who goes on a hunt for the legendary “Halo” who killed the “Sugar” clan.
The film was directed by Joe Dante and written by John Hirsch and Robert Zemeckis.
It also stars Willa Fitzgerald, and Josh McDermitt.