From the crime-ridden streets of White Collar Hooligan to venturing into deep space to find a new home for humanity Actor/Director, Simon Phillips certainly has his work cut out for him as he takes the driving seat both in front and behind the camera in Sci-Fi thriller, The Last Scout.
Related: The Last Scout poster and teaser trailer
Set 48 years into the future with only a handful of humanity left it’s down to the crew of the Pegasus to find a whole new world to inhabit. Phillips teams up again with Paul Tanter, who wrote and directed the White Collar Hooligan trilogy and now steps into the producer role as well as providing the screenplay on a story which takes its inspiration from Tanter’s love of sci-fi series Red Dwarf and Star Trek. The Last Scout has a cast that includes Phillips, Blaine Gray
Set in 2065, with Earth destroyed by war, humanity’s remaining survivors send a fleet of ships to the ends of the galaxy in hope of finding a new world. After seven years of travel and long since out of communication, the crew of The Pegasus are nearing their destination when they encounter a derelict ship. So close to completing their mission with their sanity exhausted they soon realize they are not alone and must fight for the survival of the human race. The suspenseful film offers a chilling “what if” scenario when two superpowers, America vs China, go head-to-head
Set in 2065, with Earth destroyed by war, humanity's remaining survivors send a fleet of ships to the end of the galaxy in hope of finding a new world. After seven years of travel and long since out of communication, the crew of The Pegasus are nearing their destination when they encounter a derelict ship. So close to completing their mission with their sanity exhausted they soon realize they are not alone and must fight for the survival of the human race.
The story takes place in the year 2065, and earth has been destroyed after a nuclear war between the East and the West. It kind of has the same vibe as Christopher Nolan's Interstellar, as mankind is forced to leave earth to try and survive by finding a new home.
The movie stars Rita Ramnani, Peter Woodward, Simon Phillips, Rebecca Ferdinando,
Here’s the full synopsis: The film is a futuristic story of a crew of astronauts searching for a new home for humanity after Earth has been devastated by a nuclear war between the East and the West.
The film stars Phillips (who also directs), Rita Ramnani, Peter Woodward, Rebecca Ferdinando, Deji Laray, Paul Thomas Arnold, Petra Bryant & Blaine Gray. Paul Tanter wrote the script.
The film is a futuristic story of a crew of astronauts searching for a new home for humanity after Earth has been devastated by a nuclear war between the East and the West. A four week shoot has just wrapped at Hollywood’s Laurel Canyon stages, where the company built a complete spaceship.
Tanter said: “After filming White Collar Hooligan 2 in New York last year, we’ve been keen to come back to the Us to shoot and this was the perfect vehicle to do so. As Sci-Fi geeks, this is something we’re very
Evidence will be based on a massacre outside Los Angeles. Detectives assigned to the case have to sift through evidence at the crime scene including the victims camcorder, flip cam, and two cell phones, who then have to analyze the minimal footage to piece together the identity of their killer.
"When I read Evidence I was very jealous I hadn't written it myself and I feel fortunate to be able to bring this incredibly unique story to life," Osunsanmi said.
No production date has been set.
Evidence comes to theaters in 2011 and stars Ryan McCoy, Brett Rosenberg, Abigail Richie, Ashley Bracken, Risdon Roberts, Keith Lewis, Blaine Gray, Andrew Varenhorst. The film is directed by Howie Askins.
Do you remember your first time camping? There's nothing like that first time, and in the upcoming "found footage" movie Evidence, Ryan is making a documentary to record his friend Brett's first camping experience. Of course all hell breaks loose (as you guessed) and the movie promises that “it’s not what you think".
All signs appear to point positively to the fact that this one isn't what you'd expect, including a comment from Uncle Creepy at DreadCentral.com, who said
"The horrors of Evidence are thrown at you relentlessly, full throttle, full frontal, with absolutely no holds barred until the very last frame of the incredible end credits sequence."
Watch for the theatrical release in early 2012 and check out the trailer below. You can also find the official Evidence facebook page here.
Short Movie Synopsis:
Ryan is making a documentary on his friend, Brett, about camping for the first time.
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