Photo from the set of DREDD gives us a blurred look at the Lawmaster
While the Lawmaster might sound like a high-end, heavy duty gardening vehicle, it is not. That would be the Lawnmaster. The Lawmaster, however, is the vehicle of choice for street judges like Dredd to cruise around Mega-City One as they play judge, jury, and executioner. A recent photo from the set of DREDD – starring Karl Urban as the titular Swiss Army knife of law and justice and the subsequent serving of – gives us a look at the court room on wheels, not to mention the full street judge costume itself.
Check it out after the break!
DREDD takes us to the wild streets of Mega City One, the lone oasis of quasi-civilization on Cursed Earth. Judge Dredd (Karl Urban) is the most feared of elite Street Judges, with the power to enforce the law, sentence offenders and execute them on the spot – if necessary. The endlessly inventive mind of writer Alex Garland and the frenetic vision of director Peter Travis bring DREDD to life as a futuristic neo-noir action film that returns the celebrated character to the dark, visceral incarnation from John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerra’s revered comic strip.
DREDD, from director Pete Travis (VANTAGE POINT) with a script by Alex Garland (28 DAYS LATER), hits theaters sometime in 2011. It costars Olivia Thirlby (JUNO) as Judge Cassandra Anderson and Lena Headey (300) as Madeline Madrigal, AKA Mama Dredd, a leader of one of the gangs who runs a Mega-City One block. No, not MegaBlocks.
Source 2000 AD
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