The trailer for the movie Mountain Men showcases many Revelstoke landmarks

Trailer for Revelstoke-filmed Mountain Men released

Trailer for movie Mountain Men, which was filmed in Revelstoke, released.

A year after being filmed in Revelstoke, the trailer for the movie Mountain Men has been released.

Mountain Men stars Chace Crawford and Tyler Labine as  two estranged brothers who end up on an adventure through the woods after burning down their remote family cabin.

The trailer for the movie made its debut on ET Canada this week. It features several Revelstoke landmarks, including the courthouse, parts of downtown, the Big Eddy Bridge, Mount Macpherson and Mount Begbie. Many other Revelstoke locations are expected to appear in the movie.

The movie was filmed in Revelstoke last April and cast many locals as extras. The film was directed by Tyler’s brother Cam Labine and produced by Jason James, who is the son of Mayor Mark McKee.

The movie made its world premiere at the Whistler Film Festival in December. It has also been shown at film festivals in Victoria and Kamloops.

There is no word yet on a wider release date or a Revelstoke screening.

PHOTO: Producer Jason James (left) and director Cam Labine just before shooting of the movie Mountain Men in Revelstoke last year. Revelstoke Review file photo.

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