Rise of the Footsoldier: Origins
The origin story of how Tony Tucker, Rolfie, and Pat Tate unite to form their own firm…
Vinnie Jones joins the cast as Bernard O’Mahoney, a real-life character who was linked to one of the three men murdered in the infamous Range Rover killings. Alongside will be Terry Stone, Roland Manookian and Craig Fairbrass, who all reprise their leading roles from previous instalments in the franchise, along with Conor Benn.
Directed by Nick Nevern and co-written with Andrew Loveday who also produced this film.
Rise of the Footsoldier: Origins Premiere
Another successful premiere for the Rise of the Footsoldier franchise!
Cineworld, Leicester Square was over flowing with celebs and paparazzi all wanting to have a glimpse at the latest film in the franchise.
Director and co-writer Nick Nevern, producer and fellow co-writer Andrew Loveday stole the spotlight on the red carpet. Terry Stone attended with fellow actors Roland Manookian and Josh Myers who equally shone in the spotlight.
Many celebrities attended, along the likes of Love Islanders: Arabella Chi and Molly Smith; who gave a quick interview on the red carpet saying “I’m so excited to be here tonight, it’s crazy! Theres so many people here…”
More of the most recent cast of Love Island also attended, Rachel Finni, Amy Day and AJ Bunker. Jake Cornish and Lucinda Stafford also attended. Cornish spoke about the film in a quick interview on the red carpet “…So excited [for the premiere], can’t wait, lets have it!”
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TOWIE stars Dan Osborne attended alongside Clare and Chloe Brockett. Chris Hughes, who also starred in the film attended, loved up with his new girlfriend Annabelle Dimmcock. The pair stole the spotlight with their kiss in front of the cameras.
Inside the venue, speeches were made before the film started by Nevern and Loveday within the IMAX and Super Screen. Vinnie Jones, who unfortunately could not attend, was recorded on the big screen introducing the film and thanking the cast and crew.
After the film concluded (around 100 minutes) everyone at the premiere was invited to exclusive west end After Parties at Ruby Blues, just around the corner OR Maddox Club, Mayfair. The clubs were bursting with 80s pop music, flooded with celebrities and the public premiere ticket buyers. Bottles of champagne were popping, glasses overflowing and never empty. To find footage of the night, subscribe to our page on the Quack App!