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Christopher Webster [Celluloid 05.03.10] post apocalyptic movie news scifi gallery

Last August we brought word of a new post-apocalyptic actioner by visionary director Shaun Rana (Warren Lich) called Days of Victory. The story about two enemy soldiers stranded on a dead planet sounded a lot like Barry B. Longyear's "Enemy Mine" and we were struck by the amazing concept art which showed to futuristic soldiers facing off on the rubble of war torn planet earth.

Now we've got two new pieces of artwork courtesy of Rana's team that you should really check out. They are even better than the first (which is also included in this post.)

In the aftermath of the rise and fall of the New World Order, World Wars 3 & 4 have laid bare a post-apocalyptic world. The Muslim world and the West are locked in hatred toward one another. WW5 erupts. Two soldiers from each side of the conflict, sworn enemies, face off in an air strike over a desolate, nuked landscape, uninhabited for decades. They crash yet survive to continue the battle, until two days in, they stop and grudgingly align to try to overcome the horrific conditions.

The scars of heavy pollution and earthquakes leave them stranded in a barren wasteland. Left without food or transportation, 2000 miles from civilization, they are forced to use an old nuclear bunker as shelter, once used for manufacturing A.I. troops. The destruction of the world is evidenced by the ravaging death tolls of all life forms. As the clock ticks, the stark reality and ironic dependence on one another allow the once bitter seeds of hatred to blossom into a powerful alliance.

Check out two striking pieces of concept poster art after the break.

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Anonymous (12 years ago) Reply

What will the budget be like? I hope the artwork for the covers won't be misleading like the Asylum movies.


Anonymous (12 years ago) Reply

the art looks like its meant for a video game box. i'm not impressed.


Debro (12 years ago) Reply

Sounds very promising indeed.

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