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Ahead of its world premiere at the Action On Film Festival this Friday, a behind the scenes featurette has arrived online for writer-director Neil Johnson’s (Doomsday) upcoming sc-fi action Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter featuring interviews with the cast and crew of the film; check it out below after the official synopsis…
See Also: New poster and trailer for Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter
Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter fixes on the overthrow of humanity by Artificial Intelligence and the determined rebel, Sienna (Birdsall) who goes up against the droid empire.
- Amie Cranswick
British director Neil Johnson is a favourite around these parts. His sci-fi and horror extravaganzas may not have the biggest budgets or glossiest effects but they're a heck of a lot of fun and from the sounds of it, he's back at it.
Johnson's latest sounds like a doozy.
Originally written in 1995, The Time War imagines Hitler going back in time and rewriting history. It's a cool concept and details are vague so it's not clear how far he goes back in time and what history he's re-writing but you can expect things are going to get ugly.
After years of being on hold, The Time War went back into production in 2010 and Johnson was so convinced that it would get made that [Continued ...] »
A poster has arrived online for writer-director Neil Johnson’s upcoming sci-fi thriller The Time War. The film is narrated by the late British screen legend Christopher Lee in one of his final roles and also stars Tracey Birdsall (Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter) and Barry Corbin (WarGames); take a look below…
The Time War fixes on the thrilling, entertaining scenario that imagines Adolf Hitler travelling back in time and rewriting history.
- Amie Cranswick
Artificial intelligence will be the downfall of humanity. Humans will never learn that lesson.
In a distant future, a group of people will battle the artificial intelligence on Earth and other worlds in Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter.
At San Diego Comic-Con International last month, Lrm caught up with the lovely actress Tracey Birdsall on the exhibit floor to discuss her leading role in the movie.
Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter will be released later this year.
Watch the interview below.
- Gig Patta
We have a look (via The Toyark) at McFarlane Toys’ new Rick Grimes, Aaron, and Lucille figures. All three Walking Dead figures will be available to purchase this winter. Also in today’s Highlights: details on the respective cast appearances of Wynonna Earp and Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter at San Diego Comic-Con 2016, which kicks off next week!
A Look at Three The Walking Dead Figures from McFarlane Toys: “Constable Rick Grimes
Release Date: Winter 2016 Specs Paint: Original Paint Format: Action Figure Scale: 5 Inches Packaging: Blister Msrp: $14.99 Constable Rick Grimes is a Walgreens exclusive figure.”
“Aaron – Exclusive
Release Date: Winter 2016 Specs Paint: Original Paint Format: Action Figure Scale: 5 Inches Packaging: Blister Msrp: $14.99 Aaron is a Walgreens exclusive figure.”
“Negan’s Bat “Lucille”
The leader of the group known as The Saviors, Negan is one of the most merciless enemies to ever cross paths with Rick Grimes and the other survivors. With no remorse, »
- Tamika Jones
Currently in production in the Salton Sea, Yuma, Arizona (same locations as Return of the jedi used), Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter is described as “Star Wars meets Mad Max” about the overthrow of humanity by artificial intelligence.
The film stars Tracey Birdsall (Loving), Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’s Daz Crawford, and Star Trek III : The Search for Spock’s Stephen Manley. With a supporting cast which features Livvy Stubenrauch (Frozen), Erin Bethea (Fireproof), Tim McGrath, Miss Asia USA Ashley Park, and Aaron Jacques (I Might Even Love You). Neil Johnson directs.
Birdsall will also reprise the role in a new TV series The Gods of War
- Phil Wheat
6 items from 2016
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