Release dateJuly 1, 2008 Based onA Journey to the Center of the Earth
by Jules Verne WriterSteve Bevilacqua (screenplay), Scott Wheeler, Davey Jones, Jules Verne (novel) Adapted fromJourney to the Center of the Earth CastDedee Pfeiffer (Emily Radford), Greg Evigan (Joseph Harnet), Vanessa Lee Evigan (Victoria Jansen), Jennifer Dorogi (Kristen Radford), Sara Tomko (Betsy Case), Caroline Attwood (Gretchen Lake) Similar moviesJourney to the Center of the Earth, When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Jurassic World, Ice Age, One Million Years B.C.
TaglineA daring rescue mission
Journey to the center of the earth movie trailer 2008
Journey to the Center of the Earth (released in the UK as Journey to Middle Earth) is a 2008 direct-to-DVD film created by The Asylum and directed by David Jones and Scott Wheeler.
The film is a loose adaptation of the original novel Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne, but bears a close similarity to At the Earth's Core, a similar novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs. It is also the second film by The Asylum to be based on a Jules Verne novel, the first being 30,000 Leagues Under the Sea. A mockbuster, it was released to capitalize on the higher-budgeted film of the same title starring Brendan Fraser.
Journey to the center of the earth theatrical trailer
The film follows two intertwined subplots: a drilling operation that is taking place in South America, and a rescue mission to save a research team that has been teleported 60 km beneath the Earth's crust.
The drill, a fully Argentinian project, is powerful enough to send miniature drills through solid rock at a fast pace and is used to try to rescue the team from their fate. The operation begins, but the drills accidentally break through the Earth's crust and into the very mantle of the Earth. This is where the operators encounter hidden dangers awaiting them at the Earth's core. The team has to deal with prehistoric creatures in order to both save the research team and to return safely to the surface of the Earth.