Michael Flatley’s Blackbird flies into UK cinemas in September

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The Lord of the Dance Michael Flatley makes his film debut in spy thriller Blackbird, and we now have a UK release date of 2nd September.

After a flurry of activity last month, when a trailer for Blackbird was released and there was, to put it mildly, quite a mixed reaction, we finally have a UK release date. The film will be flying into UK cinemas from the 2nd September, with some screenings already on sale, such as the Prince Charles Cinema in London.

The official synopsis reads as follows:

An MI6 operative named Victor Blackley turns his back on the agency after his fiancée is killed on a mission gone wrong. Sometime later, he finds himself as the owner of The Blue Moon, a prestigious hotel in Barbados that acts as a safe haven for international criminals to complete under the table dealings. Though, after years of turning his head to his guest’s business, he is pulled back in to the world he left when a former agent connected to his past turns up as part of a small party, who have come to conduct business on his grounds. What begins as a chance encounter that reignites an old flame quickly becomes a life or death struggle to save not only those closest to him, but also the potential lives of millions throughout the world.

Written, directed, produced, starring and financed by Flatley, the film also features Eric Roberts, Patrick Bergin, Nicole Evans and Ian Beattie. Watch the trailer below:

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