No Way Up Release Date: Everything You Need To Know

Remakes, sequels, and adaptations of classic works have increased in frequency recently, making it feel like everything that comes out has already been done. No matter how you feel about this trend, it does provide some mystery to the announcement of new original releases.

The Hollywood Reporter revealed the existence of a new survival thriller on October 27 and provided some plot details. Claudio Fäh will helm “No Way Up,” based on a screenplay by Andy Mayson (“47 Meters Down”) (“Northmen: A Viking Saga”).

It has been reported that the film about the plane accident will be a “rollercoaster blend of disaster movie and survival thriller.” Movie producer Mike Runagall said the picture was “arresting and tremendously commercial.”

Although “No Way Up” has just been announced and details are still being worked out, THR has disclosed enough to make action movie enthusiasts interested in this project. The release date, synopsis, and cast of “No Way Up” are all detailed here.

When Will The Film Be Released?

Dates for the release of “No Way Up” are currently unavailable. Altitude Film Sales stated on Instagram that filming would begin in Malta in the spring of 2022, confirming a report from The Hollywood Reporter.

There is a good chance that the events in the film will take place in the spring or summer due to the location’s Mediterranean climate. The weather may not be relevant, though, as their jet is likely to spend the bulk of the story submerged in an air pocket.

 

Who knows where their plane will crash land, especially because “No Way Up” takes place in the Pacific Ocean rather than the Mediterranean Sea, which borders Malta.

The action-packed film would make for a perfect summer blockbuster, and with the production schedule set for next spring, it’s fair to speculate that “No Way Up” could have an early summer 2023 release date. Potential movie-goers will have to wait and see.

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Who Is Starring In No Way Up?

It has been reported by Deadline that Kelsey Grammer (“Fraiser”) and Phyllis Logan will play the leads in “No Way Up” (“Downton Abbey”). As of yet, details about their parts are scant, but Altitude Film Sales has revealed that the picture “sees characters from very diverse backgrounds thrust together” (via Instagram).

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.” The irony is that one of his most recent movies, “Money Jet,” is a heist film set in the air.

Nonetheless, Logan is more often seen in dramatic roles or comedic roles. The actress has become famous for her roles as Lady Jane Felsham in “Lovejoy” and Mrs. Hughes in “Downton Abbey.” New to the cast of “Guilt” on the BBC, she plays a disabled mother who is completely dedicated to her children (via The Sunday Post).

Behind the scenes of “No Way Up,” Altitude Film Entertainment’s Mayson, Runagall, and Will Clarke, as well as producers Annalise Davis (“Up There”) and Molly Conners (“Birdman), will be hard at work.

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What will No Way Up be about?

As their plane crashes into the Pacific Ocean, Kelsey Grammer and Phyllis Logan’s characters (in the film) are forced to work together in order to survive. No one knows if they will make it out of the crippled plane, which is about to crash into the water, alive.

The drama is “a riveting story of survival in the extreme,” as described by Fäh (via THR). With what we know about the plot at this point, “extreme” seems like the best term to characterize this terrifying situation.

The director described the film as “a rollercoaster loaded with tension and thrills,” praising the “collection of superbly made people that are driving this story, overcoming seemingly insurmountable difficulties” (via THR). It’s a great chance to bring them to life with this caliber of actors.

At the forthcoming American Film Market, bidders will have the opportunity to option “No Way Up” (via THR). Please visit the Digihindnews page for more recent updates like this.

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