2012: Supernova Trailer Now Online

Thursday, October 15th, 2009 @ 11:27 pm | Headline, News, Releases

The trailer for 2012: SUPERNOVA is now available online.

Starring Brian Krause (Charmed) and (pictured) Heather McComb (Apt Pupil) and Najarra Townsend (Me and You and Everyone We Know), this action-packed disaster film marks the directorial debut of long time Asylum line producer, Anthony Fankhauser.

2012: SUPERNOVA will be released on October 27, 2009.

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    6 Responses to “2012: Supernova Trailer Now Online”

    1. Nation Says:

      This looks kick ass!! The Asylum just keeps getting better and better!

    2. David Says:

      His special effects looks better in this movie, it annoys me that the people are so narrow minded to say that they movies are crap and rip off. They only like the movies with the 300 millon dolars budget, and they forget that some amazing movies can be done with low budget (like the amazing District 9)

    3. Admin Says:

      A review:

      http://www.movieline.com/2009/10/2012-supernova-just-one-adam-lambert-power-ballad-away-from-total-ripoff.php

    4. Admin Says:

      Another review:

      http://www.videoviews.org/2012supernova.html

      Hope you like the next one better, Patrick.

    5. Russia Says:

      Who is doing this video ? Idiotic speeches of actors, the foolish scenario. Is it all that can be proud in USA ? I think that this film is from and for people with low IQ.

    6. Admin Says:

      Thanks for the review, Dan:

      http://kinkycyborg.com/wordpress/2012-supernova/dvd-reviews/

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