Blind Spot plans prequel and sequel to Iron Sky
Stealth Media has sales rights to the first Nazis on the moon film.
The Nazis may be on their way back to the moon. On the eve of Cannes, Blind Spot Pictures’ Tero Kaukomaa, the producer of cult Third Reich in space movie Iron Sky, has confirmed that he is plotting not one but two sequels.
“It is on the table very actively. We have good plans for both an Iron Sky prequel and a sequel!”
Kaukomaa declined to give precise details of what forms the sequels will take.
The first Iron Sky film, partially financed through crowd funding, has proved a social media phenomenon. Stealth Media has sold it all over the world. The new Iron Sky Films are likely to be financed in the same way.
Kaukomaa and Iron Sky director Timo Vuorensola are also developing further sci-fi projects both for film and TV.
The producer recently joined forces with members of the Iron Sky team to form VFX company Troll. Meanwhile, Kaukomaa is also producing Aki Louhimies’ crime thriller Never Forever, now in post-production. Nordisk has already taken Scandinavian rights. A sales agent is expected to be announced shortly. Kaukomaa will bring the first footage of the film to Cannes.