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An Unexpected Gem in British Filmmaking – Rise of the Footsoldier: Vengeance
Rise of the Footsoldier: Vengeance serves as a stellar reminder that series can indeed mature and evolve with time.
Rise of the Footsoldier: Vengeance (Film Review)
It might be the best directed, shot and acted film of the series.
Rise of the Footsoldier: Vengeance review – super-stabby sequel a cut above its predecessors
Brisk addition to the British gangster franchise dials down the misogyny and ups the dramatic stakes
Craig Fairbrass almost quit Footsoldier films – until new sequel lured him back
The Brit flick legend explains why he was "adamant" he wouldn't play Pat Tate again... and reveals what changed his mind.
ArrDee on his debut film role – and “big” new music collaborations
Brighton's most exciting young MC stars in 'Rise Of The Footsoldier: Vengeance'
Signature Entertainment rallies ‘Rise Of The Footsoldier: Vengeance’ for UK-Ireland, unveils first look (exclusive)
Nick Nevern’s latest instalment from cult crime film series Rise Of The Footsoldier has been picked up by Signature Entertainment in the UK and Ireland from UK sales outfit Carnaby International, for an autumn theatrical release.
SOLDIERING ON: Craig Fairbrass sparks panic as he’s seen covered in ‘blood’ in London
FILM hardman Craig Fairbrass was covered in blood as he shot his latest gangster flick on the streets of London tonight. The Brit star, 58, is hard at work on the sixth chapter in the Rise of the Footsoldier franchise Tate: Two Days of Blood.
Rise of the Footsoldier movie Tate: Two Days of Blood spotted filming in Essex including near Southend pier
Filming is ongoing for the sixth edition of a film following the life of real-life gangsters from Essex. Rise of the Footsoldier is a crime film franchise based on true events featuring hooligan-turned-gangster Carlton Leach, before casting the spotlight on drug dealers Pat Tate and Tony Tucker - the victims of the 1995 Rettendon murders.
Rise of the Footsoldier star Craig Fairbrass on new film
FANS of the Rise of the Footsoldier franchise have been promised the next instalment will be "the most violent yet". The film will be the sixth instalment in The Rise of the Footsoldier franchise, a British crime and gangster series known for its brutal violence and gritty depiction of underworld crime.
Craig Fairbrass & George Russo To Star In Latest From 'The Rise Of The Footsoldier' Franchise, TATE: TWO DAYS OF BLOOD.
Carnaby International have announced that the latest film in the 'Footsoldier' franchise will be TATE: TWO DAYS OF BLOOD. Alongside Craig Fairbrass in the lead role as Pat Tate will be George Russo, Josh Myers and Emily Wyatt.
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