LEGEND OF GATOTKACA Flies Into The U.S. From Well Go USA On Hi-YAH!, Disc And Digital This Season!
There’s reason to believe in Indonesia’s currently burgeoning line of superhero titles in film and television. Hanung Bramantyo’s Legend Of Gatotkaca remains just one example of many, given its evolution over time and the changing of hands from one director to another.
The good news now is that folks in the U.S. will get a chance to see the hand Bramantyo deals in this spectacular arena with Well Go USA at the forefront of its rollout. Subscribers to the company’s streaming imprint, Hi-YAH! will get a chance to check out the flick on February 17, followed by Digital, Blu-Ray and DVD releases from March 21.
After a superpowered assassin kills his best friend, a young man uncovers a secret prophecy that will be key to surviving the battle against an ancient evil in the superhero origin story LEGEND OF GATOTAKACA, which debuts exclusively on the martial arts streaming service Hi-YAH! February 17, before landing on Digital, Blu-ray™ and DVD March 21 from Well Go USA Entertainment. Directed by award-winning filmmaker Hanung Bramantyo (Getting Married), LEGEND OF GATOTAKACA stars Rizky Nazar (Mecca I’m Coming, Bittersweet Seventeen), Yasmin Napper (Imperfect), Edward Akbar (A Man Called Ahok, Foxtrot Six), Sigi Wimala (Macabre), Yayan Ruhian (The Raid 2, The Raid: Redemption, John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum, Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens), and Cecep Arif Rahman (The Raid 2, John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum, Gundala).
Synopsis: After witnessing the shocking murder of his best friend by a masked assassin with terrifying superpowers, Yuda stumbles upon a secret prophecy long concealed by powerful people. After unlocking dormant abilities of his own, Yuda discovers that he—an ordinary college kid with no belief in the old legends—may very well be the key to winning the upcoming battle against an ancient evil.
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