The first images for The Time War and some cast announcements.

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New images have been released giving us our first look at the Neil Johnson written and directed film – The Time War. Check them out below and the one above.

In a press release sent to us courtesy of October Coast also came the announcement that Daniel Logan (young Boba Fett from the Star Wars prequels) and Aaron Jacques (Starship: Apocalypse,  Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter) have joined the cast of the film.

The film also stars Tracey Birdsall, Stephen Manley, and William Kircher. It also features the voice of the late Sir Christopher Lee who narrated the film. It’s being produced by Empire Motion Pictures, the same people who brought us the Starship films and Humanity’s End.


More from the press release:

The Time War shows the consequences of Adolf Hitler traveling through time and re-writing history. Rather than taking a campy-cartoony stance on the notion, The Time War takes a more serious, scientific-based approach to the consequences of time travel and the theoretical multi-verse. As Adolf Hitler starts to re-write his genetics, he learns that cause and effect are not as simple as it may seem on paper. After dealing with multiple versions of himself, his greatest nemesis is his own daughter Dijanne (played by Tracey Birdsall) who takes on his legacy of empire building and creates an army of one, from various versions of herself from across a billion different time lines.

The resulting Time War spans thousands of years and lays waste to the earth following a devastating atomic war. Time travel and rewriting history are heavily complex notions, and Dijanne, daughter of Adolf Hitler, discovers that she is the center of the universal destruction that threatens to extinguish all life from planet earth.

[Related: Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter star Tracey Birdsall hasn’t taken a break in 5 years!]

The Time War is currently in production and is expected to be released sometime in 2018.



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