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Mo McRae joins Gerard Butler in the upcoming ‘Den of Thieves,’ in theaters this Friday, January 19th.
Gerard Butler and Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson star alongside each other in an upcoming action movie “Den of Thieves.” in theaters January 19th.
Don’t just see a movie, become part of one, or at least let the theater toss you around a bit!
In a time in the (not so distant) future human kind is forced to face the damage they’ve put the Earth through.
And the man chosen to fix the damage? Jake Lawson (Gerard Butler), the architect of “Dutch Boy”- a satellite structure created to override Mother Nature under the power of man. But absolute power corrupts absolutely and when malfunctions with “Dutch Boy” lead to catastrophes on Earth it’s up to Lawson, his brother Max (Jim Sturgess) and White House Secret Service operative (Abbie Cornish) to solve the mother of all mysteries before the mother of all storms hits.
The Knockturnal got to sit down with the cast and director/writer of Geostorm, read our exclusive interview with Gerard Butler below:
Nicolette Acosta: Out of all of these natural disaster storms, what is the one that would send you running in the other direction?
Gerard Butler: They would all send me running in another direction…
Nicolette Acosta: As they should…
Gerard Butler: As they should… I actually find, some of them, like to see a Tornado, I’ve actually seen one, but I often imagine, I’d love to get quite close to them, cause I think they are amazing. But the one that I’d like to be furthest away from are Tsunamis, they are freaky, because they just wipe – I mean, there is nothing left after a Tsunami. Everything else there is a way you can get around it. It’s so…
Nicolette Acosta: Devastating…
Gerard Butler: Yeah, devastating, that’s the word.
Nicolette Acosta: Actors normally pull from their own experiences to put in to whatever roles they are doing. What do you pull from when you are literally being launched into space to stop the mother of all natural disasters?
Gerard Butler: It’s a very good question, what I pulled from was the first time that I was ever launched into space, trying to stop this natural disaster, and I went, “God, the similarities here are uncanny, really?” Therefore it just came to me and it was fine
Nicolette Acosta: No wonder you got the part, you can relate to this!
Gerard Butler: Dean [Devlin], I remember when I was younger, and we created a science that stretched out around the planet, and then it all went wrong, and I had to fix it, because I was the guy that built it, its so amazing, and he went yeah, “you’re the guy!”
Nicolette Acosta: When you went up into the space station, to prep for this role… No, but if you went on a similar mission, and you could only bring three things with you, what would you bring?
Gerard Butler: I hate that I say this but my phone, just cause there is so much on it, there’s even music on my phone… What else would I want? Probably fresh underwear… And maybe one book.
Nicolette Acosta: What book?
Gerard Butler: I knew you’d ask that…
Nicolette Acosta: Well if you’re gonna say a book!
Gerard Butler: Stealing Fire. Stealing Fire. Its about… do you know stealing fire?
Nicolette Acosta: I do know Stealing Fire, I’m a nerd, I love books… Interesting choice, I think that it’s very apropos actually. What’s the biggest message you want people to walk away from watching Geostorm?
Gerard Butler: There are a lot, but ultimately if you were to look for the thru line that ties them all up together. It’s always about getting over our self-interest, and learning to work together, so it’s like two brothers working together, guy learning to be a father, you know, it’s about coming together, whatever aspect that is. Whether it’s the government, or scientist themselves, it’s kind of like the inspirational note within this movie, in saying in whatever level it is, it’s about us thinking more from a soul level and coming together.
The film is now playing!
Lionsgate has just released a new trailer to the upcoming film, Gods of Egypt, a story following a human who must save mankind by pitting the gods against each other. Directed by Alex Proyas (The Crow and Dark City) and written by Matt Sazama (The Last Witch Hunter) and Burk Sharpless (who also teamed up with Sazama to make The Last Witch Hunter), the film is set to come out on February 26, 2016.
The film will star a number of well known actors like Gerard Butler as Set, the God of Darkness who is reigning over Egypt and throwing all natural order into chaos, or Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Game of Thrones) as Horus, a god who is by all means happy to be up for a challenge against Set. Also within the film is Brenton Thwities (The Giver) as the main character of Bek, the human who is put to the test to save the world, as well as Geoffrey Rush as Ra, Rufus Sewell as Urshu, Elodie Yung as Hather, Abbey Lee as Anat, Courtney Eaton, Chadwick Boseman, and more.
Bek and the gods must prove their strengths through a number of battles and overcoming obstacles that stand in their way, all in order to get their way and save—or destroy – the world. You can watch the trailer for the film below.
With enough explosions to make Michael Bay proud, London Has Fallen looks to be some more of the same as it’s predecessor, but it’ll most definitely be a fun time.