This news is coming as a huge relief that Gerard’s Film ‘Greenland’ is finally set to digitally release on Amazon Prime Video.
One of those movies in this series, which after getting stuck and postponing for so much time is finally seeing the light of the day is the suave and stellar actor’s film which is making all his fans happy now and it is indeed exciting news that Gerard’s film ‘Greenland’ is to digitally release on Amazon Prime Video.
It’s finally time for all those movies that had gotten stuck and couldn’t release on time thereby getting delayed.
Actor Gerard Butler is one of the most stellar and iconic actors in Hollywood films industry who is best known for impressing the audiences, fans, and critics with his iconic brilliant performance for his amazing portrayal of King Leonidas in the film 300 (2006).
His other memorable performances include his characters of Secret Service agent Mike Banning in the action thriller trilogy film series of Olympus Has Fallen, London Has Fallen, and Angel Has Fallen (2011), Role of military leader Tullus Aufidius in the 2011 film Coriolanus, a modernized adaptation of Shakespeare’s tragedy of the same name. And he has also played Sam Childers in the 2011 action biopic Machine Gun Preacher.
Gerard’s upcoming film ‘Green Land’ also stars actor Morena Baccarin who would be seen playing a key important role in the film. The film is going to be released digitally and would be missing its original traditional theatrical release in majority of the film markets. It is going to be released digitally on the globally renowned and prominent VOD OTT platform Amazon Video Prime.
Greenland has an ensemble star cast that comprises Gerard Butler, Morena Baccarin, Scott Glenn, Andrew Bachelor, and David Denman. Basically, it is a disaster survival thriller film.
Like many other recent movies of second half of 2020, it has been facing a release date issue and problem for quite a long time. Now the makers have taken a decision that it will skip its primary and main theatrical release thereby going straight to be digitally streamed on Amazon Prime Video.
The makers of Greenland have decided that the movie will not release in theatres because of the ongoing current COVID 19 pandemic situation. The film will now be released on Amazon Prime Video and also would be available to buy from 13th October 2020 along with being open to rent from 27th October 2020.
Greenland release date has been changed and shifted quite a countless number of times. The movie was initially planned to hit the silver screens at the theatres on 12th June but was later pushed ahead and delayed to 30th July 2020. In the same time frame, it was moved forward again to 14th August 2020, due to COVID-19 pandemic. Its domestic film release was set for 24th July 2020 but was yet again pushed ahead to 25th September 2020.
However, it is true that this film even then did go to theatres in a few places which include Belgium (July 29), France (August 5), and Scandinavia (August 12).
Later on the 14th September, the makers again shifted and delayed the movie indefinitely in the United States. But now finally the ‘Greenland’ will be available on Amazon Prime Video. Till now, the reports have stated that the movie has reportedly collected around $17 million against its budget of $34 million.
The ‘Greenland’ movie trailer :
Official description of the Greenland Movie: “A family fights for survival as a planet-killing comet races to Earth. John Garrity (Gerard Butler), his estranged wife Allison (Morena Baccarin), and young son Nathan make a perilous journey to their only hope for sanctuary. Amid terrifying news accounts of cities around the world being leveled by the comet’s fragments, the Garrity’s experience the best and worst in humanity while they battle the increasing panic and lawlessness surrounding them. As the countdown to global apocalypse approaches zero, their incredible trek culminates in a desperate and last-minute flight to a possible safe haven”.
Greenland is directed by Ric Roman Waugh. The disaster film is produced by Gerard Butler under his G-Base banner along with Thunder Road Films and Anton. Chris Sparling has penned down the script with revisions by Mitchell LaFortune. The film’s cinematography is by Dane Gonzales and score is composed by David Buckley. It marks Butler and Roman Waugh’s second collaboration, following Angel Has Fallen.