Reign of Fire (2002) Hindi Dubbed Watch Online Movie
|Reign of Fire|
|Directed by||Rob Bowman|
|Produced by||Richard D. Zanuck
Lili Fini Zanuck
|Screenplay by||Matt Greenberg
|Story by||Gregg Chabot
|Music by||Ed Shearmur
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|Edited by||Declan McGrath
|Distributed by||Buena Vista Pictures|
|July 12, 2002|
|Box office||$82.15 million|
Reign of Fire is a 2002 British-Irish-American post-apocalyptic disasterfantasy film directed by Rob Bowman and starring Matthew McConaugheyand Christian Bale, with the screenplay written by Matt Greenberg, Gregg Chabot, and Kevin Peterka. The film also features Izabella Scorupco and Gerard Butler.
The film is set in a post-apocalyptic England in the year 2020; twenty years after London tunneling project workers inadvertently reawake dragons from centuries of slumber and the creatures have subsequently replaced humans as the dominant species on Earth. With the fate of mankind at stake, two surviving parties, led by Quinn Abercromby (Bale) and Denton Van Zan (McConaughey) respectively, find that they must work together to hunt down and destroy the beasts in a desperate attempt to take back the world.
The film was released by Touchstone Pictures on July 12, 2002. It has grossed $82 million on a $60 million budget.
The film opens in the undated past. During construction on the London Underground, workers penetrate an underground cave. A huge dragonemerges from hibernation, incinerating the workers with its breath. The only survivor is a boy, Quinn Abercromby (Christian Bale), whose mother, Karen (Alice Krige) — the construction crew chief—is crushed to death protecting him. The dragon flies out of the Underground, and soon more dragons appear. It is revealed through newspaper clippings and the narration that dragons are the species responsible for the extinction of the dinosaurs. They are speculated to hibernate after destroying most living creatures until the planet repopulates. After the dragons reawaken, humanity resists with military force, including with nuclear weapons in 2010. This, however, only hastens the destruction, and within a few years, humans are nearly extinct.
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