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Sf Studios picks up sequel to cult film.
Sf Studios has picked up Nordic rights (Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland) to the sequel to cult film Iron Sky.
“I’ve been working on this film for years, and now, with the release schedule forming up, I’m finally able to sigh in relief,” director Timo Vuorensola said.
“Collaborating with the Iron Sky Universe team, producer Tero Kaukomaa and director Timo Vuorensola, for a pan-Nordic release is something we look forward to,” Jenny Stjernströmer Björk, chief content officer at Sf Studios, said.
“Iron Sky: The Coming Race is a fantastic project with a unique universe and a big fan-base »
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Sequel to cult hit takes 25 years after events in the original.
Iron Sky The Coming Race shot in Belgium and is in post. It tales place 25 years after events in the original, when Nazis colonised the moon and launched an attack on earth.
The sequel picks up the action after a nuclear war has ravaged earth, as survivors of the fight with the Nazis attempt to recolonise earth but must contend with an army of dinosaurs guarding the Holy Grail.
Myriad president Kirk D’Amico said: “We are delighted to be working with Timo and Tero and »
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Hitler is on a dinosaur in the first trailer for Iron Sky 2…
The first Iron Sky movie arrived in 2012, off the back of a six year development period. It was fuelled heavily by fandom, with the makers of the film working closely with its potential audience through the making of the movie. Eventually, it reached the finish line, although its UK release spluttered, off the back of the decision to give it just one day in British cinemas. It took a fan backlash to do something about that.
Still, it’s a movie firmly classed as a cult one, with reviews not on the happy side generally. But still, it did enough business to warrant a sequel. Which is what brings us all together today.
Iron Sky: The Coming Race has been in the works officially since 2013, and this time, the movie has been crowdfunded too. Its »
It’s been a long while since we got the first teaser for Iron Sky: The Coming Race, the sequel to the 2012 crowd-funded hit Iron Sky, but now we have a brand new poster and trailer for the film, which are both as bonkers as you’d expect them to be. Check them out here…
Twenty years after the events of Iron Sky, the former Nazi Moonbase has become the last refuge of mankind. Earth was devastated by a nuclear war but buried deep under the wasteland lies a power that could save the last of humanity – or destroy it once and for all. The truth behind the creation of mankind will be revealed when an old enemy leads our heroes on an adventure into the Hollow Earth. To save humanity they must fight the Vril, an ancient shapeshifting reptilian race, and their army of dinosaurs.
- Gary Collinson
2012's absolutely bizarre cult hit Iron Sky is finally getting a sequel next year and, it may not be a great movie, but it just got an insane new trailer. The teaser for Iron Sky: The Coming Race has finally arrived online, and it is way more bizarre than any of us could have possibly imagined. If the idea of space Nazis wasn't enough for you, how about Hitler riding a T-Rex like a horse? Because that definitely happens in this latest footage.
The Iron Sky: The Coming Race teaser was recently uploaded to the official Iron Sky YouTube channel, and it was worth the wait. The movie may not ultimately be worth a six-year wait, but even if that is the case, this trailer is definitely worth a few minutes of your time. There are spaceship battles that almost look worthy of Star Wars, a Nazi base at the center of the Earth and, »
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