Watch: 'Iron Sky' Director's New Sci-Fi 'Jeremiah Harm' Test Footage
"I hate aliens. They never learn nothin'." While I still haven't seen Iron Sky, the Nazis-on-the-Moon sci-fi film, it did have a major impact with movie fans all over the world. Finnish filmmaker Timo Vuorensola earned enough clout from that to already get his next project off the ground, and he has decided to take on adapting Alan Grant & Keith Giffen's comics character Jeremiah Harm. It's another sci-fi, but this one is about a badass bounty hunter named Jeremiah Harm hunting down some alien vermin. Twitch has posted a promo reel of impressive footage that makes me unquestionably interested in seeing this. This is purely test footage that was shot in Finland earlier this year, but it won't actually be used in the movie itself. Check it!
Watch the early test footage promo for Timo Vuorensola's Jeremiah Harm movie, found by Twitch:
Jeremiah - you can call him Jerry, but he'll probably rip your limbs off if you do - is a nasty guy with a bad attitude and a lever-action rifle to back that up. He's a human, but never really went to Earth. Born and raised in several intergalactic orphanaries with a bunch of aliens from all corners of the galaxy, he begun a career as a bounty hunter early, scoring his first kill before the age of 15. The bodycount has been steadily rising, and by his mid-30's, he has basically hunted down every imaginable race in the galaxy - but not his own kind. Adapted from Alan Grant & Keith Giffen's comic book series first published in 2006.
Timo Vuorensola is the Finnish filmmaker behind the sci-fi film Iron Sky previously. Jeremiah Harm will be launching crowdfunding for the film to get the money it needs to be made and finished. For more info on the feature film or comic books, visit their website at: jeremiahharm.com. What do you think? Badass?
Reader Feedback - 9 Comments
Someone get this man some bubble gum
William W on Nov 21, 2012
and some ass to kick
Xacto01 on Jul 9, 2013
duke nukem if i ever heard him
sranker on Nov 21, 2012
Someonegive this man $200 million.
email@example.com on Nov 21, 2012
200 MIRRION DOLLA?!
christox on Nov 22, 2012
Rael Lyra's artwork is great in the comic, also liking that Alan Grant is involved. Get Phil Collins to bit part act in it and write the soundtrack and I'm in.
Carpola on Nov 22, 2012
Someone get this man a screenwriter.
Snev De la Fontaine on Nov 23, 2012
Iron sky was a hoot. cheesy comedy action flicks are fun to watch. i look forward to it. i tell you the short footage above looks way better than the twlight flicks.
dbamma on Nov 25, 2012
Hah an awesome mixture of Sin city and some space game, hell yeeah 😀
Oliverjeppe on Nov 26, 2012
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