On June 28, Netflix is releasing a sci-fi film titled Blown up and we’ve shared all the important details about the upcoming movie right below.
Blown up is a Norwegian original film directed by Martin Sofiedal from a screenplay by Emanuel Nordrum. Both Sofiedal and Nordrum are known for their work on short films. Sofiedal is known as an author of short films say hello and Uncharted: Ambush, fan Movie. He was also the author of the adventure film Legend of the Ghost Dagger. Nordrum is best known as the author of short films The culture and De gales dans.
Are Heidenstrom produced by Miso Film Blown up and Peter Bose and Jonas Allen signed on as executive producers. The talented cast includes Axel Bøyum, Fredrik Skogsrud, Ingrid Bolsø Berdal, André Sørum, Evelyn Rasmussen Osazuwa, Mathias Luppichini, Eirik Hallert, Ingar Helge Gimle and Rune Temte.
So what is Blown up around? That’s not a problem for us. We’ve shared the official synopsis and more below!
Inspired by the Norwegian UFO phenomenon comes a sci-fi movie about a group of childhood friends who get together for a game of laser tag, but things quickly go awry when an alien invasion takes place. Luckily for the group of friends, the lasers can kill aliens, but getting rid of them all won’t be an easy task.
Here’s the official synopsis on Netflix below:
Blasted follows childhood friends Sebastian (Axel Bøyum) and Mikkel (Fredrik Skogsrud) as they reunite for Sebastian’s bachelorette party. While Mikkel never grew beyond a teenage laser tag prodigy, Sebastian has blossomed into a career-obsessed workaholic, using the party to flatter a potential client. But when the bachelorette party stumbles headlong into an alien invasion, it’s up to Mikkel and Sebastian to reunite as the awesome laser tag duo they once were and fight back.
Busted Guide for Parents and Age Ratings
The film is rated TV-MA, meaning it is only suitable for adult audiences. The reason for this age rating is to show some content that many parents would consider inappropriate for younger children. Some of the inappropriate content includes severe violence, use of various weapons such as guns, kissing scenes, and drinking alcohol. There will also be plenty of intense, scary scenes and profanity used by some of the characters. Blown up is definitely a movie to watch when there are no kids around.
Watch the action-packed trailer of the film below!
Blown up Will land on Netflix June 28 at 12:00 p.m. PT/3:00 p.m. ET. Will you watch the sci-fi movie?
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