Travis Fimmel made his debut in the American adventure-drama television series ‘Tarzan’ in 2003, where he played the role of ‘John Clayton/Tarzan.’ In 2008, he made his silver screen debut in the American comedy film ‘Surfer, Dude’ directed by S.R. Bindler. The film was panned by critics and received a 0% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. In 2010, he starred as ‘Dale Jordan’ in the American musical Western film ‘Pure Country 2: The Gift’ directed by Christopher Cain. The film received mixed to positive reviews from critics. He next appeared in films like ‘Needle’ (2010), ‘Supremacy’ (2011), ‘The Baytown Outlaws’ (2012), and ‘Harodim’ (2012). In 2013, he joined the cast of the historical drama television series ‘Vikings’ created by Michael Hirst. He played the role of ‘Ragnar Lothbrok’ and remained a part of the series until 2017. He starred as ‘Guy Childers’ in the 2015 American romantic comedy-drama film ‘Maggie's Plan.’ The film garnered praise from critics and was given an 87% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. In 2016, he appeared in the American action-fantasy film ‘Warcraft’ directed by Duncan Jones. While the film was largely panned by critics, it managed to gross over $439 million on a $160 million budget.
Fimmel continued to star in films like ‘Lean on Pete’ (2017), ‘Finding Steve McQueen’ (2019), ‘Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan’ (2019), and ‘Dreamland’ (2019). In 2020, he joined the main cast of the American science fiction drama television series ‘Raised by Wolves’ as ‘Marcus/Caleb.’ The series was renewed for a second season in 2020 which premiered in February 2022. Fimmel starred as ‘Marlon Veidt’ in the 2021 American science fiction thriller film ‘Zone 414’ directed by Andrew Baird. The film saw mostly negative reviews upon release. He will be next seen in the upcoming American-Canadian drama film ‘Delia's Gone.’
Based on the video game series of the same name, the film Warcraft portrays the initial encounters between the humans and the orcs. The clashes take place in a variety of locations established in the video game series. Despite receiving negative reviews, the film became the highest-grossing video game adaptation of all time.
This drama thriller film revolves around 26 subjects who are chosen to partake in experiment, where one group has to play the role of prison guards while the others play inmates.
Celeste hires three redneck brothers to rescue her godson Rob and kill her ex-husband who has kidnapped him. They accept the task, but they soon find themselves targeted by a group of people whose motives are not clear.
Maggie Hardin, who works at a university, wants to have a baby on her own. However, her plan gets derailed when she falls for John, a married man. John reciprocates her feelings too, and therefore he is forced to end his relationship with his wife.
This heist thriller film takes us to 1972, and it tells us the story of a small group of thieves, who manage to rob a bank that is holding the illegal funds of US President Richard Nixon. But eventually, all the thieves are arrested, except one.
Restraint is a suspense drama film which tells the story of Ron, a small-time criminal, who kills the boss of his girlfriend, and is forced to go on the run, to evade the police. They eventually find themselves in an old manor where an agoraphobic man named Andrew resides. Upon realizing that he is quite rich, Ron decides to get some money from him to escape to Thailand.
Steve Addington is a soul-searching surfer who is experiencing an existential crisis because there have been no waves coming for more than one month. Because of this, producers try to get him to join a reality show. However, he refuses and decides to try to continue searching for the waves along the coast of California.
Charley Thompson is a fifteen year old boy living with his father Ray, who manages to find a summer job, which involves working for an aging racehorse named Lean On Pete. However, things get complicated when he learns that Pete is going to be sent to Mexico shortly, to be slaughtered, as he is getting too old to race.