Exxodus Pictures has released its first official character image from their upcoming motion picture Jinn.
The image is of William Atherton (Ghostbusters, Die Hard) playing the role of “Father Westhoff” in the supernatural thriller that will introduce the authentic mythology of the jinn to the western world.
Jinn also stars Ray Park (Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, X-Men, G.I. JOE: The Rise of Cobra), Serinda Swan (Tron: Legacy, A&E’s Breakout Kings), Faran Tahir (Iron Man, Star Trek) and newcomer Dominic Rains.
Exxodus is currently finishing post-production on JINN and will be completed by the fall. To learn about the mythology of the jinn and updates on the film join the Facebook page.
“In the Beginning, Three were Created…
Man made of Clay.
Angels made of Light.
And a Third…made of Fire.
From the beginning, stories of angels and men have captured our imaginations and have been etched into our history crossing all boundaries of culture, religion, and time. These two races have dominated the landscape of modern mythology for countless centuries, almost washing away the evidence that a third ever existed. This third race, born of smokeless fire, was called the jinn. Similar to humans in many ways, the jinn lived invisibly among us and only under dire or unusual circumstances were our paths ever meant to cross.
As humans became the dominant force on Earth, contact between man and jinn steadily decreased. .
Modern man has all but forgotten the jinn.
It is time for him to remember.”
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