AMERIGEDDON, coming to theaters nationwide May 13, 2016, has been described as “the movie the establishment doesn’t want you to see.”
Showing what happens when a not-so-future U.S. government conspires with the United Nations to stage an attack on the energy grid, AMERIGEDDON depicts a country ruled by martial law in which citizens are stripped of their constitutional rights and their guns. A group of patriots fight back and rescue the country from slipping into irreversible chaos.
AMERIGEDDON’s release in an election year is not coincidental. The film illustrates a dystopian future all patriots must guard against and is a call to action to preserve the Second Amendment and stop executive rule by fiat. Director Mike Norris, son of Chuck Norris, asks for like-minded Americans to support the film.
“The fact that a recent poll showed a majority of Americans are enraged with the federal government points to a frenzy of unrest with the dictatorial way in which our country has been run,” said Norris.
“My family has long been involved in protecting the rights of Americans. We are concerned about the future and and see this film as a call to action. We urge people to join us in theaters and show Hollywood and politicians that true patriots will fight for their rights and want to see their values represented on-screen.”
A collaboration between Norris and entrepreneur and writer Gary Heavin, AMERIGEDDON seizes on fact-based threats and asks the ultimate question, “What happens when government turns on the people it’s supposed to protect?”
Executive Producer Gary Heavin believes the film’s message warning is timely.
“We made a movie that is fun to watch but it is based in reality. In AMERIGEDDON, survivors of an EMP attack on the United States must live in a state of martial law led by the United Nations. American soldiers must decide whom they serve, second amendment rights are curtailed and food, water and survival become our primary concerns—unfortunately, these are all likely scenarios resulting from a very real threat,” said Heavin.
“I believe if we can entertain while we inform, more people will wake up; and if we hope to restore our freedom we must share the truth with as many people as possible.”
Co-written by Norris and Heavin, the film features Marshall Teague (THE ROCK), Annalynn McCord (“Dallas”, “90210”), Dina Meyer (“Starship Troopers”), Spencer Neville (“Days of Our Lives”), Mike Norris (“Walker, Texas Ranger”), Diane Ladd (JOY) and India Eisley (“The Secret Life of the American Teenager”).
The film is being supported by a social marketing campaign from Ribbow Media Group,a leader in building audiences for films such as Obama’s America, Obama 2016, God’s Not Dead, and War Room, among others.
For more information, visit the film’s Facebook page: https://www.Facebook.com/AmerigeddonMovie.
About ForeWarned Film:
Forewarned Films was created as a joint venture between Mike Norris and Gary Heavin as a platform to produce films and television programs to further narratives that protect patriotic values in a time of great social change that threatens the underpinnings of America. AMERIGEDDON is the first of a series of planned films and television projects to help protect the country’s freedoms. Heavin is the founder of the successful fitness franchise Curves begun with his wife and Norris is a long-time director, actor and stunt man and the son of actor Chuck Norris.
About Mike Norris:
Mike Norris is a film director and the eldest son of American icon Chuck Norris. Early on, as a child on the set of his father’s movie sets, Mike was inspired to follow in his father’s footsteps. Mike was given the opportunity to direct on the hit television show “Walker Texas Ranger”. It was there his passion for telling stories became a reality and he discovered the importance of narrative that can both educate and entertain. As a Christian, Mike wants to share his passion for his faith and his country as well as the importance of the Constitution. Mike has been married to his wife Valerie for twenty-four years and has three children, Hannah, Max, and Greta. Mike makes his home in Dallas, TX.