Rajah Brooke movie filmed in Sarawak retitled 'Edge Of The World', set for June release


The upcoming Hollywood film based on Sarawak's Rajah Brooke has been retitled 'Edge Of The World', and is still on course for a June 2021 release, its producer Rob Allyn says. Photos courtesy of Margate House Films.

The upcoming Hollywood film based on Sarawak's first Rajah Brooke, Sir James Brooke, has been retitled Edge Of The World, and is still on course for a June 2021 release, its producer Rob Allyn said.

Previously known as Rajah, the movie stars Irish actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers (The Tudors) in the lead role, alongside Hong Kong actress Josie Ho (Dream Home) as Madame Lim, Brooke’s former lover, and Dominic Monaghan (who played the hobbit Merry in the acclaimed Lord Of The Rings trilogy) as Colonel Arthur Crookshank, Brooke’s cousin and comrade-in-arms.

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