Greenland: Migration | Gerard Butler starts filming in UK

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Morena Baccarin and Gerard Butler return for the Greenland sequel, Greenland: Migration. And filming is now underway…

The man they call Gerard Butler, Mr Gerard Butler, is back on British shores for the next few weeks, as filming is now underway on the sequel to the terrific 2020 movie, Greenland.

The new film is called Greenland: Migration, and is set to pick up where the first film left us. Gerard Butler takes the lead alongside Morena Baccarin. Given that the first movie left things – spoiler free! – in an interesting place, the sequel has plenty to feast on.

The plan is to shoot the movie in the UK through until the middle of June, before then completing a couple of weeks in Iceland.

Ric Roman Waugh, who directed the original movie, is also back behind the camera for Greenland: Migration. The script has been written by Chris Sparling and Mitchell Lafortune, and the plan presumably is to get the film pretty much done this year, ahead of a release in 2025.

The release of Greenland was curtailed somewhat by the events of 2020, and yet it still found a path to success despite the lack of cinema space available to it. Hopefully, there’ll be the chance to see the follow-up on the big screen, although there’s no news yet on who the UK distributor for the film will be.

We’ll keep you posted as we hear more. In the meantime, Gerard Butler has been working on another film in the UK too, the liv action take on How To Train Your Dragon. He’s wrapped up filming on a sequel to another of his films as well, with Den Of Thieves 2: Pantera heading to release at some point this year.

Now, if can sort out a sequel to Geostorm as well, that’d make this writer really rather happy…

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