Alphas Movie starring Sam Worthington

We just spotted this first official teaser poster of Alphas, the upcoming action thriller movie directed by Steven Quale based on a script by Frank Hannah and Christopher Tuffin and starring Sam Worthington:

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Alphas Movie Poster

From the Director of “Aliens of the Deep” and “Into the Storm“.

Fight to the depths.

Plot synopsis:
“After the government shuts all attempts to cull a Great White feeding ground off of their coast, the only option left is to introduce their natural enemy into those same waters, led by a damaged and unpredictable Killer Whale.”

Do you root for the sharks or for the orcas? Do you side with the fish or with the marine mamals? Why?

The film has yet to get an official release date.

Stay tuned with us for more details about the movie Alphas.

Update – Another plot synopsis reads as follows:
“When the local Great White population spirals out of control, environmentalist Gavin McDade (Sam Worthington) is tasked with finding a natural solution to the shark problem. He tracks down the owner of a nearby Killer Whale sanctuary, whose career as an Orca trainer was cut short when she attacked by the star of her own show. She reluctantly agrees to reintroduce a pod of juvenile Orcas into the same waters to drive out the sharks, but soon realizes there’s a female alpha Great White lurking beneath the surface capable of destroying them all. With nowhere else to turn and with his rebellious sister’s surf competition quickly approaching, he must convince the former trainer to unleash the same creature that nearly killed her in what will become the greatest battle of apex predators the oceans have ever seen.”

One Response - “Alphas Movie starring Sam Worthington”

  1. Ron

    This SHOULD be a good film. If the effects are good, the plot real, it should be a hit. There is no debate on which is the dominant predator; it’s the Orca. The story line might use an extinct species of shark to represent the “threat”. Sam Worthington is a good actor, so no worries on that end. I personally don’t enjoy an animal seen as “bad”, but it’s been done before, and in an entertaining way(Jaws). Hopefully, the writers and director will keep it real, keep it with great cinematography, and, perhaps, show where the capture of dolphins leads to other negative issues. Just a film, of course, but this one has great potential. I look forward to seeing it.