The highly-anticipated hedonistic backpack thriller Jet Trash has been selected to screen at the Edinburgh Film Festival on 24 & 25 of June! Robert stars in the film and is also one of the producers.
From today, tickets for Jet Trash screenings can be purchased through filmhousecinema.com for £?10.00.
I co-wote this film – it's based on my novel GO. Premiering at Edinburgh film festivalhttps://t.co/sMJDPog3SR
— Simon Lewis (@SLewisWriter) May 25, 2016
For those who have listen to Rob’s latest interview on Neil Delamere’s Sunday Best (previous update, listen) we know that his newest project Mortal has been planned to start filming in Norway in late July!
With more news coming forward, we now know that Rob will be play Eric; a young Norwegian/American who discovers he has super powers he can neither control nor understand.
Sheehan (Mortal Instruments:City of Bones) plays the young Norwegian/American Eric who has been hiding in the mountains in Western Norway for three years after surviving a traumatic incident. He discovers he has super powers he can neither control nor understand. With the help of a young female psychologist, he manages to unknot his own story linked to Norse mythology.
Øvredal who came up with the idea and wrote the script says he has always been inspired by Norse mythology. “I think the Nordic audience in particular is going to enjoy this film and I can’t wait to start filming,” he said. Nordisk Film Norway’s John Einar Hagen is producing together with Kon-Tiki producer Aage Aaberge, US producer Brian Kavanaugh-Jones of Automatik as well as Ben Pugh and Rory Aitken of London-based management and production company 42. Ingenious Media is co-financing and Nordisk Film handle Scandinavian distribution.
John Einar Hagen told nordicfilmandtvnews.com that he hopes to raise regional funding as most of the film will be shot in the west coast of Norway, with a Norwegian crew. “Besides the main character Eric the cast is primarily Norwegian. It’s a Norwegian film with a great concept appealing to an international audience”, he added.
Sales company IM Global is starting to pitch the project in Cannes. Filming is set to start in the fall.
We spoke to audiences at last night’s press performance of King John including Robert Sheehan and Michael Xavier. Following the success of The Wars of the Roses last year Trevor Nunn returns with his take on Shakespeare’s epic battle of ascension, King John.
Robert is attached to star in a Norwegian mythology film called Mortal which will be directed by Andre Ovredal. Production is expected to start this summer in Norway!
Trollhunter helmer André Øvredal will direct Mortal for Nordisk, 42 and Automatik, with Robert Sheehan starring. IM Global is launching sales in Cannes. Øvredal, who has The Autopsy of Jane Doe in the pipeline, conceived the story, a fantasy adventure origins plot about a young man discovering he has god-like powers based on ancient Norwegian mythology.
“My goal is to again bring the amazing Norwegian mythology out to a worldwide audience, this time through a modern, action-oriented character journey,” said Øvredal.
Production is slated to take place this summer in Norway with Brian Kavanaugh-Jones of Automatik, Ben Pugh and Rory Aitken of 42, and John Einar Hagen of Nordisk Film Production producing. Michael Roban, Henrik Zein, Aage Aaberge, Aron Coleite, André Øvredal and Josh Horsfield will exec produce. Nordisk Film and Ingenious Media are backing and Nordisk Film also will distribute in Nordic countries with IM Global handling international sales.
It’s here! The brand new music video by The Toilers. Banshee Betty starring the man himself, Charlie Murphy and Claire Rafferty, check it out below!
Rob and his brother Brendan are doing The Debra Kerry Challenge 2016 to raise money in support for people with Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), a rare skin disease. Please help the great cause by donating if you can! More details below.
We have decided to do the DEBRA Ireland Kerry Challenge and politely ask you to donate to this worthy cause if you can.
EB is a severe rare genetic skin condition, EB. EB means skin is as fragile as the wings of a butterfly, it means endless blistering, excruciating bandaging.. an exhausting battle.
We are grateful for everything we have and grateful to have wonderful people like Emma Fogarty & all at Debra Ireland in our lives.
Please donate what you can to this worthy cause if you can.