Gerard Butler / Pierce Brosnan's Shattered Movie Poster (Blog)

Category: Shattered News | Posted by: DaisyMay
Article Date: August 27, 2007 | Publication: Movies Online | Author: Michael
Publication/Article Link:Movies Online

We just got the poster for the LionsGate Thriller Shattered starring Pierce Brosnan, Gerard Butler and Maria Bellow. The film was originally titled ButterFly on a Wheel and was renamed. I have no idea why since the title WAS really cool. Neil and Abby Warner have the perfect life and a perfect marriage. With their beautiful young daughter, Sophie, they are living the American dream... until today.

When Sophie is suddenly kidnapped, they have no choice but to comply with the abductors demands. The kidnapper - Ryan (PIERCE BROSNAN), a cold and calculating sociopath takes over their lives with the brutal efficiency of someone who has nothing to lose. In the blink of an eye Neil and Abby's safe and secure existence is turned upside down. Over the next twenty four hours they are at the mercy of a man who wants only one thing. That they do his bidding. It soon becomes clear that Ryan's demands are all the more terrifying... because he doesn't want their money. What he wants is for Neil and Abbyís life, the life that they have built over 10 years, to be systematically dismantled and destroyed. Piece by piece.

With time running out on their little girl, Neil and Abby realise their nightmare is about to take its most deadly turn: They will have to face Ryan's final, horrifying challenge - would they kill an innocent man to save their own child? In the far distance a solitary light burns in the window of a lodge as the car glides to a halt - and Neil knows it is a question only he can answer - when Ryan hands him the gun... The film is Directed by MIKE BARKER (A Good Woman, Best Laid Plans)

GB.Net Note: This blog entry pertains to the international release of the film. Despite the fact that the film has aired on American television other countries will still be getting it released in theaters and at film festivals.