IN HONOR OF , SONY CRACKLE RELEASES NEW EXTENDED CLIP FEATURING BRENTON THWAITES FOR SUMMER COMEDY-HORROR,
‘OFFICE UPRISING,’ PREMIERING THURSDAY, JULY 19
Movie Also Stars Zachary Levi, Jane Levy, Karan Soni, Ian Harding and
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Today, Sony Crackle released a new extended clip featuring Brenton Thwaites (“Titans,” “Pirates of the Caribbean”) for the network’s summer comedy-horror movie “Office Uprising,” premiering Thursday, July 19. In the almost six-minute clip titled “How to Survive a Day at Ammotech,” Desmond (Brenton Thwaites) advises on seven steps on how to make it through a day at the office.,
“Office Uprising” follows the story of an underachiever working at a major weapons manufacturing firm who finds that his co-workers have been “weaponized” by Zolt, a new energy drink designed for the military. He must then set off to rescue his one true love from an office building full of psychotic coworkers armed with deadliest tech.
The movie also stars Tony-nominated actor Zachary Levi (“Shazam!” “Chuck”), Jane Levy (“Don’t Breathe”), Karan Soni (“Deadpool”), Ian Harding (“Pretty Little Liars”) and Alan Ritchson (“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” “Blue Mountain State”).
Ahead of the wide premiere, the movie debuted with a sneak peek preview Thursday, July 12 on PlayStation®3 and PlayStation®4 via the Sony Crackle app and will have a second exclusive home on Amazon Fire TV starting.
Rounding out the ensemble are: Barry Shabaka Henley (“Bosch”), Kurt Fuller (“The Good Wife”), Kenneth Choi (“Spider-Man: Homecoming”), Gregg Henry (“Scandal”) and Sam Daly (“Murder in the First”).
The movie is helmed by Lin Oeding and written by Ian Shorr (“Splinter”) and Peter Gamble. Giulia Prenna, Sean Lydiard, James Steele, and Will Clevinger serve as the film’s producers and Christopher J. Conover, Brenton Thwaites, David Boies, Stephanie Pinola, Brian O’Shea, Nat McCormick and Sean E. DeMott as executive producers.
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A veteran of both studio development (300) and indie production, producer Giulia Prenna launched Mind the GAP Productions with Sean Stone's directorial debut Greystone Park, featuring Oliver Stone. Working with the writers on Office Uprising for 9 years until the right team came together, including Brenton Thwaites as Executive Producer and partnering with The Exchange, Mind the GAP is continuing to produce commercial film projects that offer strong roles for established actors, with an eye toward using global sales as a key component of financing.