A plane crashes into the Pacific Ocean, plunging its passengers from vastly different backgrounds into an unlikely bond. NO WAY UP is a high-concept catastrophe film that also functions as a survival thriller. The downed plane rests precariously on the verge of a chasm, with the passengers and crew members trapped inside the plane’s tiny air pocket.
Their oxygen supply is rapidly depleting, and they are surrounded by deadly threats from every direction. It can feel like every new release is a rehash of an older one, what with the current rise in reboots, remakes, and book adaptations. You may feel one way or another about this trend, but you can’t deny that it adds excitement to the announcement of new original releases.
The picture, according to producer Mike Runagall, is “arresting and immensely commercial.” In spite of the fact that “No Way Up” was only recently announced and details are still being worked out, THR revealed enough to make lovers of action movies thrilled. Detailed information about the plot, characters, and premiere of “No Way Up” is provided below.
When Will the Film Be Released?
The release date of “No Way Up” has not yet been determined. We also know that the spring of 2022 on the island of Malta is set to be the start of filming since this was verified by Altitude Film Sales on Instagram. The film’s events will likely take place in the spring or summer because of the region’s mild climate.
Yet their plane is likely to spend most of the story submerged in an air pocket, so weather might not play a role. Yet since the events of “No Way Up” take place in the Pacific Ocean rather than the Mediterranean Sea, which borders Malta, it is anyone’s guess where their plane will end up if it crashes.
The film’s production is scheduled to begin in the spring of 2022, thus a release date in early summer 2023 seems plausible given the film’s action-packed nature and the fact that it would be an ideal summer blockbuster. Filmgoers who are interested must wait and see.
Who Is Starring in No Way Up?
Deadline reports that Kelsey Grammer (from “Fraiser”) and Phyllis Logan will play the leads in “No Way Up” (“Downton Abbey”). Altitude Film Sales has stated that the film “sees characters from very diverse backgrounds thrust together,” although further details regarding their roles remain unknown at this time.
Though he is most recognized for his role as Dr. Frasier Crane on “Cheers” and “Frasier,” the celebrated actor Kelsey Grammer has also appeared in numerous action films, including “X-Men: Days of Future Past” and “Transformers: Age of Extinction.” Interestingly, one of his most recent movies, “Money Jet,” is a heist film set in the air.
On the other hand, Logan is frequently cast in dramatic and comedic roles. The actress is widely recognized for her roles as Lady Jane Felsham in “Lovejoy” and Mrs. Hughes in “Downton Abbey.” She is playing a disabled mother in the upcoming BBC series “Guilt”. Producers Annalise Davis (“Up There”) and Molly Conners (“Birdman”) will be working on “No Way Up,” alongside Mayson, Runagall, and Will Clarke of Altitude Film Entertainment.
The Plot of No Way Up
In the film “No Way Up,” Kelsey Grammer and Phyllis Logan’s characters are thrown together in a desperate struggle for survival after their plane crashes into the Pacific Ocean. Their plane is severely damaged and about to crash into the water, and the passengers and crew have very little air left.
“a compelling drama of survival in the extreme,” as described by Fäh, sums up the thriller. With what we know about the plot at this point, “extreme” seems like the best way to describe this terrifying situation. It’s a roller coaster trip of suspense and thrills.
the filmmaker continued, propelled by a cast of “wonderfully constructed people” who face and overcome seemingly impossible odds. There has never been a better chance to bring them to life with a cast of this caliber. Options on “No Way Up” will be sold to purchasers at the next American Film Market.
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