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Iron Sky, the Finnish-German-Australian dark sci-fi comedy, has released a new teaser titled We Come In Peace! The teaser also reveals the films release date: April 4th 2012.

Iron Sky has been in production for five years and during that time it has done pioneering work on collaborating with the audience on content creation, publicity and funding the film.

Iron Sky completed principal photography in Germany and Australia this winter. Unlike the first two CGI-heavy teasers, the third teaser gives audiences a glimpse of the live action, actors and dialogue.

Its finally becoming real. I cant wait for next April to get it out there for our fans, said the producer of Iron Sky, Tero Kaukomaa of Blind Spot Pictures. Its also very nice to get the new teaser out with live action, and to continue the very successful crowd investing scheme launched at Cannes last year. That initiative is on the brink of reaching half a million euros, which makes it a major success.

Iron Sky is currently in post production and the first rounds of editing are finished. Energia Productions, the company behind the visual effects of the film, are busy crunching together the space battles, computer generated sets and other CGI effects in Tampere, Finland.

Check it out after the break.




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Speedy (3 years ago) Reply

FINALLY!!!!!

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Anonymous (3 years ago) Reply

Is that Udo Kier at the end?

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Anonymous (3 years ago) Reply

"We come in peace".
Yes.

Finally, can't wait, looks A M A Z I N G!

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Merzmensch (3 years ago) Reply

Yeah! This movie will rock. And yes, it's Udo Kier!

I was btw. on a filming set by Iron Sky in Germany. It was awesome.

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Acrobatic Flea (3 years ago) Reply

Have very high hopes for this! Been waiting a long time to see it!

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Rev Wright (3 years ago) Reply

Although the trailers and film look great, I did raise issues with the makers at a Digital conference a couple of years back that their exploitative model of crowdsourcing was unsustainable. They personally made 150,000 euros off of the voluntary contributions of 1000's of people on their first feature. I hope this is not the case this time around and those who were involved with be renumerated shoild it turn a profit.

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Jay (3 years ago) Reply

Looks amazing. Just love the Zeppelins. Can't wait to see the final product after all this time.


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