New set photos of the upcoming 3D underwater-based fantasy film, Empire of the Deep have been released. The photos show the colorfully dressed mermaids and many other underwater creatures, including the good and the bad in their unique costumes.
Starring Jae Choe, Sam Voutas, Alec Su, Steve Polites, Maxx Maulion, Jean-Michel Casanova, William Shriver and Liang Yanfei, it directed by Michael French under the script of Randall Frakes and Jiang Hongyu. It is scheduled for limited release somewhere in 2011. The movie follows the mermaid legends which have existed for over thousands of years in this world, magic and demons and about one man’s struggle against his own destiny. Many of us still have a feeling that they exist and we could meet them some day, although we do know for a fact that it is unlikely.
As far as the legends are concerned this beautiful race displays their seductive nature when it comes to humans via their songs. However many questions have remained unanswered, about them. Empires of the Deep will provide these answers, reveal the hidden secrets and disclose much more relevant fantasies. Empires of the Deep involves underwater creatures like mysterious mermaids, giants, an evil mage and numerous undersea kingdoms and races.
A young man with a hidden power meets the mermaid by coincidence when he searches on a temple that vanished overnight. The meeting gives rise to a series of events that leads to the very foundation of these exquisitely beautiful creatures’ world and an unlikely love story between them begins. Furthermore, the movie also explores the characteristics and capabilities of mermaids like how their love could turn out to be true, bewitching or deadly.
Empires of the Deep will, all in all, keep the attention of audience drawn with its amazing choreography and tremendous underwater fight scenes which have been shot using a new style of huge action set-pieces. It is being said that the movie will franchise comic books, animation and online games and also gifts and theme parks which are currently under development.
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