Indeed, Millenium Media will ‘fall’ even further with a fourth installment into their Fallen franchise with Greenland star Gerard Butler headlining Night Has Fallen. The actor will also reteam with Angel Has Fallen director Ric Roman Waugh back at the helm with Robert Mark Kamen penning the script.
Butler will also produce with Les Weldon, Yariv Lerner and Alan Siegel, with Avi Lerner, Trevor Short, Boaz Davidson, Millennium Media president Jeffrey Greenstein and Jonathan Yunger exec producing. The film will shoot at Millennium Media’s Nu Boyana Studios in Sofia, Bulgaria and throughout Europe, according to the report.
The franchise launched in 2013 under Antoine Fuqua’s direction for Olympus Has Fallen, followed by Babak Najafi’s London Has Fallen, and Ric Roman Waugh’s Angel Has Fallen. The trilogy, in sum, sees Butler in the role of Secret Service Agent Mike Banning, battling terroristic threats from enemies invading the White House to mercs launching strategic attacks on the streets of London, and ultimately fighting to clear his name while on the run, and reuniting with his estranged father, played by Nick Nolte.
As for what lies ahead for the fourth?
…“The plot is top secret,” said Millennium Media…
So that’s that, on top of Greenstein also confirming a TV series is also in the works, which is also on par with what G-Base’s own Siegel had to say during last November’s AFM with word on a new Fallen trilogy, telling Deadline’s Tom Grater:
“If we do it in India, the star of that could come into Angel Has Fallen 4. It could be a symbiotic relationship,”
India sounds interesting.
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