US distributor RLJ Entertainment has released the first trailer for Dundalk director John Moore’s newest film I.T..
The film sees Navan star Pierce Brosnan play a successful businessman, who was once a thug in his youth but has since changed his ways. He discovers that his company’s new I.T. employee is actually a dangerous madman who’s out to destroy the businessman and his family.
Brosnan is joined on-screen by Anna Friel, Michael Nyqvist, Stefanie Scott, and James Frecheville.
Moore directs from a script by Terminator 2: Judgment Day writer William Wisher and Timber Falls writer Daniel Kay, which is on a story idea from Little Miss Sunshine co-producer David Friendly. I.T. is produced by Friendly, the late Beau St. Clair (The November Man), Nicolas Chartier (The Hurt Locker), and Craig J. Flores. Brosnan is an executive producer, alongside Dominic Rustam, Frank Hildebrand, Elika Portnoy, and Valentina Gardani. Voltage represents the film internationally.
I.T. is produced by David T. Friendly (Little Miss Sunshine), Beau St. Clair, Nicolas Chartier (The Hurt Locker), and Craig J. Flores. Brosnan is an executive producer for Irish DreamTime, alongside Dominic Rustam, Frank Hildebrand, Elika Portnoy, and Valentina Gardani. Macdara Kelleher of Fastnet Films is the Irish film and television production company of Macdara Kelleher, Morgan Bushe and director Lance Daly. in Dublin is an executive producer.
I.T. shot on location across Dublin last summer and will be released in the US on September 23rd. No word on an Irish release as of yet.