The woeful start to environmental disaster movie 'Geostorm' at the box office could cost Warner Bros and Skydance a massive $100 million in loses.
The massively delayed film, which rolled cameras back in 2014, made a woeful $13.3 million in the US over the weekend, a drop in the ocean of its reported $120 million production budget.
Gerard Butler, the star of new eco-disaster movie 'Geostorm', says diversity is very important in his new film, but he remains unrepentant about starring in 'Gods of Egypt'.
The 'Geostorm' star says his recent motorcycle accident left some damage, but could have been a lot worse.
The one-sheet posters for the movie featured the tagline 'Brave The Storm', as well as illustration of a tsunami barrelling down a city block.
Ever wondered what ‘Twister’ would be like if it starred Gerard Butler? Several new teaser trailers have appeared online for ‘Geostorm’ – the upcoming natural disaster movie starring Gerard Butler as a satellite designer who’s trying to save the world from a massive storm which has been caused by climate-controlling satellites.
In Gods of Egypt, Gerard Butler, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, and Brenton Thwaities battle inside the world of Egyptian mythology. (See Coster-Waldau in exclusive character poster above!) Bek (Thwaities), a mere mortal among deities, finds himself in an epic clash to save mankind and his true love from the cruel god of darkness Set (Butler). To save the corporeal world, Bek must travel through the afterlife and across the heavens, gaining help from the powerful Horus (Coster-Waldau) along the way.