May 12, 2015

Uwe Boll Returns with Rampage 3: No Mercy

We’ve received a press release regarding Uwe Boll’s third Rampage movie, entitled No Mercy which has just started its own Kickstarter campaign.

Uwe Boll is turning to crowdfunding and his fans to help make the final film of the Rampage Trilogy.

Germany, 12th May 2015: Rampage 3: No Mercy, the final movie of the infamous Rampage trilogy, is revealed finally to the world!

Fans are being invited to be a part of this explosive finale by donating via crowdfunding platform Kickstarter which is live from today.


Kickstarter is launching for the very first time in Germany on May 12th, with German director Uwe Boll’s Rampage 3: No Mercy as one of the first and main film projects based in Germany. With Uwe’s huge fanbase in Germany, along with his fans around the world, we expect this to be a very successful campaign indeed.

Rampage 3: No Mercy follows Brendan Fletcher (Rampage 1 & 2, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s upcoming The Revenant) as Bill Williamson, a politically motivated mass murderer who escaped death in the previous film, as he takes his fight to Washington to eliminate the ‘political class’.
Rampage 3: No Mercy will be a gritty, violent, explosive finale that won’t pull any punches. Not only is it an exciting action film, but it also will comment on current events within America, in the way that only Uwe Boll can.

Recognising the franchise’s appeal the world over, Uwe had decided to invite fans from around the globe to be a part of Rampage 3: No Mercy by donating via the world’s most successful crowdfunding platform, Kickstarter. The campaign goes live from today, May 12th, with a fundraising goal of €50,000 to further fund the final action sequence, where Bill takes on dozens of heavily armed police on the streets of Washington D.C.

Fans can be a part of this sequence, by actually appearing as some of the police officers who are fighting, and then are killed by, Bill Williamson. They’ll even get to keep their blood-soaked costume! That’s not all though, with an amazing array of rewards from copies of the new film, posters, screenings, and even an actual speaking role in the final Rampage 3: No Mercy movie! One lucky fan will even be able to get the full Rampage armored costume from the film.

With financing already in place through various usual forms of investment, and the success of the previous films on DVD and online distribution services such as Netflix, Rampage 3: No Mercy is guaranteed to be a success that surpasses the previous two films in quality, and now fans can be a part
of it.

In the first film, Bill went on a rampage in his hometown of Tenderville, Oregon that left 93 people dead. He disappeared soon after, leaving a video that promised he would rise again…

In Rampage: Capital Punishment, Bill took over a TV station in Washington, D.C. Using a hostage camera crew, he let the world witness the carnage. As the police tried to intervene, he detonated explosives hidden within the station, killing everyone inside.

Bill however escaped, and has been waiting, biding his time until now, when he will bring the fight to the President of the United States of America in Rampage 3: No Mercy.

Director Uwe Boll said, “Rampage 1 & 2 are by far my favourite of all my films, and the ones I am most proud of. To be able to offer the opportunity to my fans, Brendan’s fans, and film fans in general, to be involved in the thrilling final part of the Rampage series is an amazing way to end the trilogy. Bill Williamson is a man fighting for the people, and now the people can be a part of his explosive journey.”

About the Author

Eoin Friel
Eoin Friel

I grew up watching JCVD, Sly and Arnold destroy bad guys, blow things up and spew one-liners like it’s a fashion statement. Action is everything I go to the movies for and the reason I came up with this site is to share my love for the genre with everyone.



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