More details revealed about the U.S. remake of IN ORDER OF DISAPPEARANCE

More details have been revealed about the U.S. remake of In Order of Disappearance, which will be titled Hard Powder.

The Hollywood Reporter released an article that outlined more information about the film, which will also be directed by Hans Petter Moland.

Hard Powder will star Liam Neeson, and will be set in the Rocky Mountains. Neeson plays Nels (the Norwegian character was called Nils), who is an  uptight snowplow driver in a Colorado ski town. His life is turned upside down when his son is murdered by a powerful local drug kingpin. He seeks to dismantle the cartel, but his vengeful crusade sparks a turf war between a Viking gangster and a Native American mafia boss.

The action-thriller will be produced by European group Studiocanal and producer Michael Shamberg.Studiocanal will fully finance the feature, and distribute it in its home territories of the U.K., Germany, France and Australia/New Zealand, and also introduce it to other territories’ buyers at the Berlin Film Festival. The screenplay is by Frank Baldwin. No release date has been announced.


What do you think of a U.S. remake of the film?

Emma Vestrheim

Emma Vestrheim is the editor-in-chief of Cinema Scandinavia. Originally from Australia, she is now based in Bergen, Norway, and attends major Nordic film festivals to conduct interviews and review new films.

  1. Mary Kaye Shobe says:

    Why on earth does my country think we need another version of In Order of Disappearance ??
    First, it’s a new film, not something 20 years old. Even then, how many good films like this need to be remade? This is a waste of resources. Stellan is stellar and the film is pitch perfect as is. Are people just too lazy to read subtitles? American film and tv are so lame, just about everything I watch has subtitles. American absurdity, waste and greed at its best. So prevalent at this abysmal time in our history.?

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