Force of Impact

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Deadly Skies is a 2006 science-fiction television film directed by Sam Irvin and starring Antonio Sabato, Jr., Rae Dawn Chong, Dominic Zamprogna, Michael Boisvert, Rob LaBelle and Michael Moriarty. The plot concerns the effort of two astronomers and... read more

Deadly Skies is a 2006 science-fiction television film directed by Sam Irvin and starring Antonio Sabato, Jr., Rae Dawn Chong, Dominic Zamprogna, Michael Boisvert, Rob LaBelle and Michael Moriarty. The plot concerns the effort of two astronomers and two military men to stop the threat of a giant asteroid on a collision course with Earth. The film is notable for being released in multiple versions for the United States and international markets. Deadly Skies is the American title, it includes a romantic relationship between Sabato's and Boisvert's characters. The censored international DVD versions, titled Ultimate Limit (UK) and Force of Impact do not.

Original Release

08/15/2006

Cast

Antonio Sabàto Jr. Richard Donovan
Rae Dawn Chong Madison Taylor
Michael Boisvert Lt. Mark Lewis
Dominic Zamprogna Hockstetter
Michael Moriarty General Dutton
Rob LaBelle Dr. Michael Covington
Hrothgar Mathews Press Secretary
Doron Bell Guard Stevens
Kirby Morrow Guard Carmichael
Sean Whale Relief Bus Driver
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Sam Irvin

Writers

Keith Shaw

Cast

Antonio Sabàto Jr. Richard Donovan
Rae Dawn Chong Madison Taylor
Michael Boisvert Lt. Mark Lewis
Dominic Zamprogna Hockstetter
Michael Moriarty General Dutton
Rob LaBelle Dr. Michael Covington
Hrothgar Mathews Press Secretary
Doron Bell Guard Stevens
Kirby Morrow Guard Carmichael
Sean Whale Relief Bus Driver
Terri Anne Welyki Swim Beauty #1
Holly Eglinton Swim Beauty #2
Jerry Cowan Old Frenchman
Louis Chirillo Outgoing Bus Driver
Chris Kalhoon Patrolman

Producers

Stephen P. Jarchow Executive Producer
Kirk Shaw Executive Producer
Randy Zalken Executive Producer
Brad McAfee Producer
James Shavick Producer
Stacey Shaw Producer

Editors

Jason Pielak

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