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Plane London film premiere 2023

Brodie Torrance saves his passengers from a lightning strike by making a risky landing on a war-torn island - only to find that surviving the landing was just the beginning. When most of the passengers are taken hostage by dangerous rebels, the only person Torrance can count on for help is Louis Gaspare, an accused murderer who was being transported by the FBI. In order to rescue the passengers, Torrance will need Gaspare's help, and will learn there's more to Gaspare than meets the eye.

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  • Release in Cinemas: 2023-01-13
  • Runtime: 107 minutes
  • directors: Jean-Franu00e7ois Richet

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Did you know ... ?

  1. Its Philippine distributor has voluntarily "taken out" the film from Philippine theaters, after Filipino Senators voiced their concerns stating that the film is "offensive to the nation's name and reputation." Senator Robin Padilla noted that the film's bad image of the Philippines comes at a time when the country is trying to revive its tourism after the Covid-19 pandemic. He also added that If the producers of the film claim it is fiction, they should not have said the story happened in the Philippines. He also voiced concern over the film's portrayal of Jolo residents as siding with the terrorists.
  2. The studio wanted a different title for the movie, but Gerard Butler insisted on keeping the title simple and went with "Plane".
  3. The movie features several former Navy SEALs as stunt performers and consultants, because the director Jean-François Richet wanted to make the action scenes as realistic and authentic as possible. He hired Remi Adeleke and Pete Scobell, who are both former Navy SEALs and have experience in acting and stunt work, to help train the actors and coordinate the stunts. They also appear in the movie as minor characters or extras.
  4. Was actually filmed in Puerto Rico and not Singapore or The Philippines where the movie is supposed to be.
  5. The movie was originally scheduled to be released in October 2022, but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, because the production was affected by the lockdowns and travel restrictions imposed by various countries. The filming was completed in late 2021, but the post-production and marketing were delayed by several months.
  6. In a 2023 interview, Jean-François Richet spoke about using the film's physical challenges to enhance the storytelling: "When you see the characters with sweat, it is real. It's not fake. We don't put water on them just before the shot. So it was real. And when they are tired and exhausted, it's real too. So it was very interesting for this story. You have to take the difficulty and transform the energy... into good things for the movie. You cannot fight against that, so you have to play with it."
  7. The movie was filmed mostly in Puerto Rico, with some scenes shot in Singapore and London, because the story involves a flight from London to Singapore that gets diverted to a remote island in the Pacific Ocean. Puerto Rico was chosen as the main filming location because of its diverse landscapes, tax incentives, and availability of crew and equipment. Singapore and London were used for some exterior shots and airport scenes.
  8. A sequel featuring Mike Colter called "Ship" is in development.
  9. This film was already anounced in 2016.
  10. Originally picked up for distribution by Solstice Studios, however due to Solstice going under, they sold the distribution rights to Lionsgate.
  11. Plane and The Shining share a similarity in which both films have a protagonist with the last name Torrance whose career was damaged by a fighting incident. Jack Torrance from The Shining lost his job as a college professor when he broke the arm of a student and Brodie Torrance from Plane lost his glamorous flight routes due to a fight with a belligerent passenger.
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