Arrowstorm Entertainment Launches new “MYTHICA” Film With Kickstarter Campaign

The latest Mythica installment is Mythica: Stormbound

We’re excited to have Mithika back in the world and we know fans love Stormbound.

Aerostorm Entertainment, the Utah-based fantasy/sci-fi production studio, has announced a new installment for the cult fan-favorite sword and sorcery fantasy series with a new feature titled “Mithika” after a five-year hiatus for the Mythica franchise. : Caught in the storm.”

“Mythica is the biggest and most ambitious indie fantasy film series ever made,” commented Jason Fowler, executive producer of Aerostorm. We’re excited to be back in the world of Mitika and we know fans love Stormbound.

Mythica Mythica is a series of high fantasy story films released between 2014 and 2016, including (respectively) “A Quest for Heroes”, “The Darkspore”, “The Necromancer”, “The Iron Crown”, and “The Godslayer”. Distributed on dozens of platforms worldwide and in many languages, the Mythica franchise has millions of viewers. Executive producer Kynan Griffin says, “We’ve been waiting for the right path to continue expanding the Mythica canon. Stormbound is the first of many new stories to come.

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Arrowstorm is keeping the plot and characters under wraps for the new Mythica movie, but the new Stormbound story is set roughly ten years after the events of “The Godslayer,” where the necromancer (Szorlok, played by Matthew Mercer) was defeated, but the world More or less turned into ruins. Stormbound will reset the Mythica world as it rebuilds, and promises to include “returning faces” from some of Mythica’s past heroes, while introducing new heroes and villains, with plans for more Mythica films. Cast member Jake Stormoen, who played the role of “Dagen” throughout the Mythica series, is now slated to direct Stormbound, which is slated to shoot in the spring and summer of 2023.


Arrowstorm is returning to their crowdfunding model of partially funding movies through Kickstarter. Stormbound has set its goal at $200,000 on Kickstarter, and the campaign launched on October 25th and will run until December 9th, making it Aerostorm’s most ambitious crowdfunding campaign to date. Kickstarter link here:

About Aerostorm Entertainment

Aerostorm Entertainment is a film production studio headquartered in Provo, Utah, led by executive producers Jason Fowler and Keenan Griffin. With over 20 internationally distributed feature films and television series in the science fiction and fantasy genres, and more in development, Arrowstorm focuses on world-building and genre projects designed to capture the imagination.


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