I have some exciting content for you today! I was contacted by the lovely Ari Gold, the writer and director of the long-awaited film, The Song of Sway Lake (you may remember it being called American Sway) starring Robert Sheehan and Rory Culkin. His film will be finally premiering in Summer 2017!
The official Facebook page has been updated with some beautiful high quality NEW promotional stills of the film! Here are a few below from the page:
Amazon Original arctic thriller series, Fortitude, will launch its second season exclusively on Amazon Prime Video in the US on Friday, April 14. The first season of Fortitude, which premiered with great success on Sky Atlantic in 2015, is currently available on Prime Video in the US with more than 2,000 four and five-star reviews from customers. Season two resumes as an Amazon Original Series with noted actor Dennis Quaid (Vantage Point) joining the ensemble cast.
Robert has been nominated for an IFTA award in the ‘Supporting Role (Drama)’ category for his performance in Fortitude! Absolutely well deserved, he was fantastic in Season2 of Sky Atlantic’s thrilling television series, *cross fingers* he wins! Amazon Prime will have Season 2 available later this year for American viewers so you guys won’t be missing out! Check out all the nominees here. The 2017 IFTA Film & Drama Awards will be held on April 8 in Dublin.
The official trailer for Geostorm has just arrived! We see Robert Sheehan’s eyes pop in briefly. It’s been a long time coming with so many release date changes, thankfully we can settle! In cinemas WORLDWIDE in October. You will be able to watch this amazing film in 3D & IMAX in areas as well!
Are you ready for a very different kind of weatherman? In the new disaster movie Geostorm, Gerard Butler plays a satellite designer who must work with his estranged brother (Jim Sturgess) to save the world after climate-controlling satellites malfunction.
The film costars Abbie Cornish, Katheryn Winnick, and Ed Harris and is directed by Dean Devlin, who knows a thing or 1,297 about despicting havoc onscreen, having produced and cowritten both Independence Day movies and the 1998 version of Godzilla.
Rob has just posted a new photo on Twitter of himself in New Zealand reading up on Mortal Engines by Philip Reeve, the wonderful book that the film is based on. Filming will officially start on March 6, 2017 in Wellington. Exciting stuff!
— Robert Sheehan (@RobMSheehan) February 28, 2017