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11 August 2011

Watch The Official Trailer For WILL starring Damian Lewis, Bob Hoskins


Throughout history there is always historical events people will always remember and will always aks “What where you doing on the day?” Most of the times the events are political, tragedies, revolutionary but sometimes its Sporting like the one for this film WILL.

Vertigo Films are proud to announce the wide UK theatrical release of WILL. This much anticipated film that tells the story of a young boy’s emotional journey across Europe to watch the football team that he loves will be released in the UK on the 21st of October.

The Chief Executive of GalataFilm, Taha Altayli, said, “We’re excited to be working with Vertigo which had two Oscar nominated films last year. We know that Vertigo’s expertise will find the audience and acclaim that this fabulous family film deserves.”

WILL is a co-production between Istanbul based GalataFilm and LA/UK-based Strangelove Films and is an original screenplay by Zack Anderson and Ellen Perry. It is also the feature directorial debut film of the Emmy-nominated Perry. Her fellow producers include Altayli and Anderson, Stewart Till, Stephen Moffitt, Mustafa Karahan, Muharrem Gulmez, Timothy Nicholas and Mark Cooper.

No matter if your a football fan or not or a fan of Liverpool you cannot deny the manner of the comeback of Liverpool to win the tournament against one the most successful teams in world football AC Milan. I was working on Majorca Spain I was performing a airport to hotel coach transfer it happen to be a Manchester flight but majority of people on my coach were Liverpool fans so I had the pleasure of informing them!





Eleven-year-old Will Brennan’s (Perry Eggleton) life is turned upside down when his long-absent father (Damian Lewis) reappears with tickets to the 2005 Champions League Final in Istanbul. But when fate intervenes, Will runs away to Istanbul for the biggest soccer match of the year, searching for meaning in a world that seems to have abandoned him.


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