Iron Sky director Timo Vuorensola has released a concept promo trailer for another film project Jeremiah Harm, and it looks really freakin' cool! The film is an adaptation of the graphic novel created by Alan Grant and Keith Giffen. Here's a description...
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. After that, the bodycount has been steadily rising, and by mid-30's, he has basically hunted down every imaginable race in the galaxy - but not his own kind. See, he's the only human around as far as he knows, until he is assigned to Earth, a planet claimed to be lost thousands of years ago. And of course he finds himself from New York, chasing a bunch of alien criminals and a girl they kidnapped from the Most Important Man In the Universe.
The movie is being produced by Tero Kaukomaa (Iron Sky), Arnold Rifkin (A Good Day To Die Hard) and Boom! Studios' Ross Ritchie. Timur Bekmambetov's Bazelev's outfit is also involved with the development of the film.
This is only test footage and none of it will be used in the final product, but it still gives us an awesome look at what Vuorensola is planning visually. I love the tone and I'm excited to see how it turns out!