17 Mar GENERATION IRON RELEASES TRAILER FOR ‘STRENGTH WARS: THE MOVIE’
Watch the official trailer for Strength Wars: The Movie
Earlier last week Generation Iron revealed the teaser poster and teased the release date for the upcoming documentary – Strength Wars: The Movie. Now Generation Iron Network has released the official trailer for the film. It also reveals the release date – April 16, 2020.
Alongside the trailer and release date announcement, the film is also now available to pre-order on digital. Reserve your digital copy today and save $2 off your purchase.
Over the years Strength Wars became an internet phenomenon with a dedicated multimillion viewership in Europe. It quickly grew to be one of the most notable tests of strength in the world. Rather than segregating each athlete into their discipline (Strongman, Powerlifting, Bodybuilding, etc) – Strength Wars combines all disciplines into one ultimate battle of pure raw strength.
Now some of the biggest names in strength sports have come together for the biggest Strength Wars battle ever made. A tournament to decide who is the toughest and strongest man in the world.
For the first time ever, Strength Wars will be seen across the world as a feature film. Bigger name competitors, bigger screen, bigger battles. Get ready for the ultimate form of Strength Wars!
Official synopsis below:
Introduced in 2012, Strength Wars pits two muscle and strength athletes from different sports such as Bodybuilding, Powerlifting, Strongman, and Cross Fit against each other, by competing in a collection of strength exercises to determine an ultimate winner. Now in 2020, Strength Wars gets the feature film treatment with the biggest strength tournament in the competition’s history.
Welcome to Strength Wars: The Movie.
Directed by Vlad Yudin (Generation Iron series, The Hurt Business, Dorian Yates The Original Mass Monster) and produced by Edwin Mejia Jr., the film will feature an all-star cast including Larry Wheels, Anabolic Horse, Terron Beckham, Jerry Pritchett, Blaine Sumner, Big Neechi, Leonidas Arkona, and NDO Champ. The film will increase the stakes, transforming the 2v2 battles into an eight person tournament where only one can stand tall as champion. The film will also dive deep into the lives of each competitor across the globe as they train and prepare for the Strength Wars tournament.
In January 2019, the Generation Iron Network announced that it had acquired the Strength Wars brand and planned to bring the competition show to a larger audience. Later that year, they announced that production had begun on a feature film documentary.