Based on the novel by UK writer Andy McNab, the film stars Outlander’s Sam Heughan and Ruby Rose in the story of Tom Buckingham, an elite operator in revered British special forces unit the SAS. It is based on McNab’s own experiences.
He shared a clip and a photo from the film, in which he gave the following synopsis:
Here’s another little look at @sasrednotice The movie takes in events in the corridors of power as well the efforts of an off-duty SAS soldier, Tom Buckingham, to thwart a terror attack on a train running through the Channel Tunnel, which links England and France. Buckingham is injured but is the only chance of survival for the passengers on the train.
The cast also includes Andy Serkis, Tom Wilkinson, Hannah John-Kamen, Tom Hopper, Owain Yeoman, Noel Clarke, Ray Panthaki, Jing Lusi, Douglas Reith, Richard McCabe, and Anne Reid.
In the 35-second Twitter video, he said: “I’m really excited to tell you about a secret project I’ve been working on here in Budapest – it’s not the Channel Tunnel.
“We’re actually in Hungary and we’re working on a Sky Cinema original film called SAS: Red Notice.”
“It’s by Andy McNab, it’s based on his novels, and I can tell you it’s pretty intense,” Sam says teasingly in the clip.
“We have an amazing cast here, we have Ruby Rose, we have Tom Wilkinson, Noel Clarke, and Andy Serkis.
“We’ve all been training really hard, I can’t wait to show you more.”
Watch the footage below.