Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, and Morgan Freeman return in the sequel to Olympus Has Fallen. This time, they’re over in the UK, as the title London Has Fallen implies.
Just hours after the elections that locked in David Cameron at Downing Street with a new conservative majority government behind him, Focus Features has released a teaser poster for the film featuring big destruction in London. The image explodes Big Ben and promises big action spectacle as a united terrorist organization seizes the (fictional) PM’s funeral as an opportunity to attack gathered world leaders. Read More »
Posted on Monday, September 29th, 2014 by Angie Han
London Has Fallen may have found a new director. According to a new report Babak Najafi, best known for Easy Money II: Hard to Kill (a.k.a. Snabba Cash II), has entered talks to take over at the helm following Fredrik Bond‘s last-minute departure.
Gerard Butler returns to star in the Olympus Has Fallen sequel along with Aaron Eckhart. Learn all about the new London Has Fallen director after the jump.
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A couple years ago, director Daniel Espinosa made a splash with the film Snabba Cash (Easy Money) when it became a massive box office success in Sweden. Espinosa came Stateside, where he made Safe House, and Snabba Cash star Joel Kinnaman joined him. Kinnaman had a part in Safe House, and has been seen in The Killing, and as we told you earlier today, may be the new RoboCop.
But Kinnaman also starred in a sequel to Snabba Cash, directed by Babak Najafi while Espinosa worked as exec producer. Like the first film, this one is based on a novel by lawyer Jens Lapidus. The original found JW (Kinnaman), a newbie drug dealer, put on the trail of another dealer who recently escaped jail. He comes into conflict with Yugoslavian mob muscle Mrado, who is also on the escapee’s trail. In the sequel the three men find themselves colliding once again.
Snabba Cash 2 should hit screens in Sweden and Europe later this year. Check out a trailer for that below. The Weinstein Company, meanwhile, owns the US rights to the original movie, and has finally set a date to put it on US screens. Read More »