Johnny Pacar previews ‘The Remaining,’ talks about the Rapture, impact on the genre
A new faith-based film is coming, but may surprise fans and churchgoers as it presents the Rapture which shocking and scary side effects. Star Johnny Pacar spoke with Dispatch Radio about The Remaining and what audiences can expect.
Pacar discusses his role as Tommy, who wants to have fun and party as the story begins. The journey of the characters and their self-examination was the key attration to the story for the former Zombie Apocalypse star. Check out the teaser and links below.
The young group left behind after the Rapture are desperately scrambling to survive while ” horrifying enemy” is unleashed on the earth.
Affirm continues to be a growing leader in the faith-based entertainment industry, picking up the film for wide distribution. Pacar is excited for audiences to experience the film and leaving questioning their own beliefs.
Johnny can also be seen in Fort McCoy, a World War II drama based on a true story which is getting an expanded VOD/DVD release in September as well. He co-stars with Eric Stoltz, Lyndsy Fonseca, Camryn Manheim, Kate Connor and Matthew Lawrence.
Johnny also confirms he aspirations as a musician, headed back to the studio with his band to create some new music.
Check out the full interview below.
The Remaining opens in theaters on September 5, 2014.
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The supernatural thriller, based on biblical accounts of the end times is directed by Casey La Scala (Donnie Darko) and written by La Scala and Chris Dowling. The film stars Alexa Vega (Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D), Shaun Sipos (Texas Chainsaw 3D, TV’s “The Vampire Diaries”), Johnny Pacar (Flight 29 Down), Italia Ricci (TVs “Chasing Life”), Bryan Dechart (Step Up 3D) and newcomer Liz E. Morgan. The Remaining is produced by Brad Luff (Urban Legends), Marc Bienstock (Quarantine 2: Terminal) and La Scala. Rounding out La Scala’s team are cinematographer Doug Emmett (Paranormal Activity 4), production designer Brian Stultz (Iron Man 3) and editor Paul Covington (30 Days of Night).
The Remaining is rated PG-13 for intense sequences of terror, violence and destruction throughout, and thematic elements. Running time is 87 min.
Teaser Trailer – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEYj9rF8qrA