Nowhere Boys: The Book of Shadows is a 2016 feature length spinoff film following on from Season 2 of the Nowhere Boys TV series. Screen Australia funded the project, which was written by Tony Ayres, Rhys Graham and Craig Irvin, while being directed by David Caesar and produced by Matchbox Pictures.
On the verge of separating, the Nowhere Boys are drawn together for one last spell when Felix discovers a magically sealed 'Book of Shadows'. Unwittingly this releases a powerful force of chaos, and the gang is reluctantly drawn into a showdown that threatens their world and all they love…
A year after their original adventures, the group has split up. Felix Ferne, along with his brother Oscar and friend Ellen, search their lair for new spells or clues. Andy tries to prove the existence of magic and wormholes while his sister Viv assists him. Jake continues to play football and attempts to get a scholarship outside of Bremin, while Sam tries to become popular around town for his skateboarding.
In the lair, Felix finds hidden an ancient Book of Shadows; the book is magically sealed.
- The film was originally titled Nowhere Boys: Rise of the Bear.
- This film had a limited release subsequently to January 1, 2016.
- The film opened exclusively with an introduction from the cast, who thanked the fans for going to see the movie theatrically.
- It debuted on TV on ABC3 on March 6, 2016.
- The film has been previously titled Nowhere Boys: Rise of the Bear and Nowhere Boys: Chaos Rising.
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