It’s been about a year since we last heard anything about Albert Pyun’s Cyborg Nemesis, but it has expanded its title to Cyborg Nemesis: The Dark Rift and gotten some new artwork and a teaser trailer.
Pyun is almost done with the production and tells us of the film’s lead, Joei Fulco: “She is going to be a big star; she’s amazing in Cyborg Nemesis and is only 16 years old!” He adds, “We have one more shoot to do at the end of June and expect it to include a well known action star I’ve worked with previously.”
As for the teaser, beware that it only has a rough temp sound mix and the VFX shots are not final yet either, but it should give you an idea of where Pyun is going with the film, which is drawn from the world of Cyborg and the action of Nemesis. Cyborg Nemesis: The Dark Rift has been acquired by Wrekin Hill for release via Lionsgate later this year.
A distress call goes out from an orbiting space station named the Dark Rift. A tactical Marine unit is sent to the Dark Rift to investigate the emergency. The Marines find that everyone on the station is dead except a 16-year-old girl, who turns out to be not what she seems.
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