How long will Rebel moon be?
Fans of Jack Snyder, Star Wars and Science fiction are getting excited because of the announcement of a release date for Snyder’s Star-Wars inspired science fiction. But viewers really want to know how long Rebel moon will be?
How long will Rebel Moon be?
Rebel Moon will be about 4 hours 30 minutes long. The first part- “Rebel Moon: A Child of Fire”, is over 2 hours long but definitely not up to a run-time of three hours. The Second Rebel Moon movie- “Rebel Moon: Scargiver”, is also 2-hours long. This makes Rebel Moon 4-hours long combined.
Viewers who are anticipating how long rebel moon is, should know that apart from the 4-hour long combined duration, there will also be a director’s cut of both movies, which will have a runtime that surpasses the duration of both movies combined, and will be over 4-hours long also.
Here is how long Rebel Moon will be
- Rebel Moon: A Child of Fire: 2 hrs+
- Rebel Moon: Scargiver: 2hrs+
- Rebel Moon: Directors’ Cut: 4hrs+
That’s how long Rebel Moon movie will be.
About Rebel Moon
Rebel Moon: Part One – A Child of Fire is an upcoming American epic space opera film directed by Zack Snyder from a screenplay he co-wrote with Kurt Johnstad and Shay Hatten, based on a story Snyder also created.
The film features an ensemble cast that includes Sofia Boutella, Charlie Hunnam, Michiel Huisman, Djimon Hounsou, Doona Bae, Ray Fisher, Cleopatra Coleman, Jena Malone, Fra Fee, Ed Skrein, and Anthony Hopkins.
Rebel Moon: Part One – A Child of Fire is scheduled to be released on December 22, 2023, by Netflix, with a limited theatrical release being planned. A follow-up, Rebel Moon: Part Two – The Scargiver, is set for release on April 19, 2024.
In a universe controlled by the corrupt government of the Mother World, the moon of Veldt is threatened by the forces of the Imperium, the army of the Mother World controlled by Regent Balisarius. Kora, a former member of the Imperium who seeks redemption for her past in the leadership of the oppressive government, tasks herself to recruit warriors from across the galaxy to make a stand against the Mother World’s forces before they return to the planet.
Rebel Moon is inspired by the works of Akira Kurosawa, the Star Wars films and Heavy Metal (magazine).
The film´s logo is a homage to the adult science fiction and fantasy anthology. The film also began development as a Star Wars film that Snyder had pitched to Lucasfilm shortly after the sale of Lucasfilm to The Walt Disney Company in 2012.
This pitch was to be a more mature take on the Star Wars universe. Snyder also pitched the idea as both a video game and a movie to Warner Brothers a couple of times.
Following the Lucasfilm acquisition, the project was redeveloped by producer Eric Newman and Snyder, first as an original television series, before settling on a film by Netflix.
On November 2, 2021, it was announced that Sofia Boutella had been cast in the film, in the lead role.
On February 9, 2022, Charlie Hunnam, Djimon Hounsou, Ray Fisher, Jena Malone, Staz Nair and Doona Bae joined the cast. Later that month, Stuart Martin and Rupert Friend joined the project.
On April 8, 2022, Cary Elwes, Corey Stoll, Michiel Huisman and Alfonso Herrera joined the cast. On May 16, 2022, it was announced that Ed Skrein had replaced Friend as the film’s main antagonist due to scheduling conflicts, with Cleopatra Coleman, Fra Fee and Rhian Rees joining the project.
On June 8, 2022, it was announced that Anthony Hopkins had joined the cast as the voice of Jimmy, an impossibly sentient JC1435 mechanized battle robot and one-time defender of the slain King
Additionally, Stuart Martin, Corey Stoll, Cary Elwes, Alfonso Herrera, Rhian Rees, and Ray Porter, who acted out and recorded the film’s script for Snyder to listen to while preparing the day’s shoot, have been cast in undisclosed roles
Filming commenced as of April 19, 2022, with Snyder sharing the first images from the set on Twitter that day.
Snyder also served as cinematographer.
It ran until December 2,with 152 days of filming taking place in California, to tap into $83 million in qualified spending and tax incentives