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Judge Dredd Owner Rebellion Sets ‘School’s Out Forever’ as First Film From Its New Studio (Exclusive)

Judge Dredd Owner Rebellion Sets ‘School’s Out Forever’ as First Film From Its New Studio (Exclusive)

Rebellion, which owns the Judge Dredd and 2000 Ad franchises, has set its first in-house projects that will use the company’s new studio space near Oxford, England. Post-apocalyptic thriller “School’s Out Forever” will be first out of the gate, shooting there and on location, followed by several projects based on Rebellion’s comic book and publishing shared worlds, including a new Judge Dredd project and Duncan Jones’ Rogue Trooper project.

“School’s Out Forever” is based on a book in Rebellion’s Afterblight Chronicles, a shared world that features contributions from various authors and hails from Rebellion’s Abaddon Books imprint. The first installment of a trilogy from Scott K. Andrews, “School’s Out Forever” follows a 15-year-old who flees to his school as a safe haven after an apocalyptic event wipes out most of the world’s population.

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