All remaining Core Prime agents are now struggling to try and rebuild the organization from the ground up with some help from the government, although they trying and failing to make any contact with the power crew ever since they have disbanded and are acting on their own, which puts more pressure on them by the government. But they have managed to contact Travis Ford a.k.a Sky Hawk, who is trying to adjust to modern-day Earth and is learning about all the superheroes/super-powered beings that came after him (Though he says that he came across time jumpers before). But, Travis soon finds himself in the midst of a new and more deadlier and powerful enemy, a rogue exiled Sky Warrior turned power-hungry tyrant known as the Phoenix King, who has the ability to control time.
MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for extended sequences of sci-fi violence and action, and some strong language.
Travis Ford/Sky Hawk- Protagonist, an American billionaire who is immortal after he was saved by the Sky Warriors and he became the Sky Hawk.
The Phoenix King - Antagonist, a former Sky Warrior before Travis' time who was exiled by his own tribe for unknown reasons and he found an ancient staff that turned him into a powerful warrior and also allowed to control time and he decided to go to a far-off world where he framed the world's former king and eventually conquered it becoming king. (he is to be played by a Game Of Thrones cast member, because why not.)
Lucas Hawke - A hot-headed and reckless young time jumper who is the son of famed time jumper, John Hawke.
Dana Parkerson - A strict and no-nonsense taking D.O.D. agent whose overseeing any remaining Core Prime activity. (
She becomes the new director of Core Prime by the end of this movie)
Quentin Tippson - Core Prime's nerdy technician and quartermaster who's superiority complex earned him the mocking nickname “Q-Tipp”. He creates Travis' new suit.
Kit - A sky warrior who befriended Travis when he was a young boy who is now his trusted second in command. (Obviously, he's older here than he was in the first Sky Hawk title.)
Wendy White - Parkerson's young partner who turns out to be the granddaughter of Travis' former love interest Sarah Goodwin.
Nekdo - The now delusional and cowardly former king of the world the Phoenix King conquered who was believed to be dead but he went into hiding ashamed of his failure. (Also to be played by a Game Of Thrones cast member.)
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