Film is based on a BOOM! Studios graphic novel of the same name written by industry veterans Keith Giffen and Alan Grant.
Iron Sky filmmakers Tero Kaukomaa and Timo Vuorensola [pictured] have announced that they are partnering with Arnold Rifkin and Ross Richie for sci-fi actioner Jeremiah Harm.
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Based on a BOOM! Studios graphic novel of the same name written by industry veterans Keith Giffen and Alan Grant, Jeremiah Harm tells the story of an intergalactic bounty hunter sent on a mission to Earth to hunt down a band of space-faring criminals and the girl they kidnapped.
Kaukomaa, Rifkin and Richie will produce, with Vuorensola on directing duties.
The filmmakers have also revealed that they will be using a crowdsourcing model similar to the one used for Iron Sky where thousands of Internet users helped raise $1m of the film’s budget. Fans can go to www.jeremiahharm.com to create their own aliens for the world of Jeremiah Harm and the most creative creatures will find their way into the film itself.
“Our online community was responsible for bringing Iron Sky to life and we aim to continue where we left off with a similar model for Jeremiah Harm,” commented Kaukomaa. “This is a unique opportunity for thousands of artists, science geeks and film fans out there to contribute to the making of a new science fiction world, and we look forward to them joining us for the ride.”