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Directed by William Eubank
Written by William Eubank
Starring Gunner Wright
Music by Angels & Airwaves
Cinematography William Eubank
Studio New Dog Media, Zoic Studios (sfx)
Distributed by Lionsgate
Release date(s) Spring 2010
Country United States
Language English

Love (formerly titled I-Empire) is a science fiction film to be released by the band members of alternative rock band Angels & Airwaves.



Driven by the music of Angels & Airwaves, Love explores the fundamental human need for connection and the limitless power of hope.[1]


On November 1, 2007, a second trailer for the upcoming movie was released on the band's official website which also leaked onto YouTube.[2]

On February 14, 2009, DeLonge stated on his blog that the movie is complete and would be out soon. He stated "The film is done, but, like an album, there are a million little tiny details that they're trying to work out".

DeLonge spoke again about the album in a February 15 Modcast, on his social networking site, Modlife. The release of the movie would be held off until 2010, and would be coupled with the band's third album.[3].

On October 17, 2009, Tom Delonge stated in his blog on Modlife that the release of the movie may be pushed back a little bit after the release of Love. That same day he wrote another blog stating "I am proud to announce the movie trailer will be released exclusively on Apple Trailers, and here of course for its world wide debut....Scheduled to appear on the day of Friday, Oct. 30th thank you all for your has been quite the trip over the past four years making this film....I have a feeling it will be all you hope it to guys rule....peace"

On October 29, 2009, a new trailer for the movie was released by Angels & Airwaves themselves to modlife members. Since then, it has leaked to various other websites including YouTube. In the video it includes snippets from the song many are calling "Dear God". When the album released, it was revealed that the song speculated as "Dear God" was actually "Letters to God Part 2", a follow up to "Letters to God" from the first and only Box Car Racer self-titled album. In a podcast interview with Jon Wiederhorn of MTV, Tom stated that the album will be edited in June after Angels & Airwaves raps up their tour. In time for a release sometime in the fall.


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