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Have you spent any portion of your day today watching Jesus Christ break himself off of his crucifix and fire giant machine guns while screaming? Well, that means you haven't yet watched the latest teaser for Iron Sky: The Coming Race. Fix that problem by hitting the play button below.
Iron Sky: The Coming Race, is a direct sequel to the 2012 weirdo science-fiction film Iron Sky - and while this video doesn't exactly demonstrate any connection between the two movies, there are definitely shared sensibilities. After all, the original Iron Sky may not have had a screaming Jesus, but it did have Nazis attacking earth from a space station located on the moon.
If you watched this entire trailer, you probably noticed that what we're seeing is not yet part of a completed project. Iron Sky: The Coming Race is currently trying to raise its budget through crowdfunding, and the filmmakers have a page set up on Indiegogo. The project is looking to raise $500,000, and with 11 days left before their deadline they are at 57%, with $283,523 raised. The campaign will end on December 20th at midnight PST, so if you want to see the film get made, your best course of action is to contribute.
Set to be directed by Timo Vuorensola, the Finnish filmmaker who helmed the first Iron Sky, Iron Sky: The Coming War is set 20 years after the original and finds the world devastated by nuclear fallout. In case the Jesus Christ trailer didn't quite tell you what you needed to know about the movie, you can watch the longer teaser for the movie below:
In case you were wondering/concerned, no, your eyes are not deceiving you. That is indeed Hitler riding on the back of a Tyrannosaurus Rex. You're not going to get that kind of action out of Jurassic World, folks:
If Iron Sky: The Coming War is able to raise enough money, the plan is to have production kick into gear in 2015 and have the film ready for distribution sometime in 2016. Are you looking forward to it, and will you contribute to it getting made?