Posted on Tuesday, December 1st, 2015 by Angie Han
With the debut of Star Wars: The Force Awakens just two and a half weeks away (!!!), now seems like as good a time as any to look back at the films that got us here. Our friends at Fandango have commissioned a series of posters inspired by each of the Star Wars films, by various artists from all over the web. We’re excited to help premiere Episode IV: A New Hope by Chito Arellano, Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back by Ale Giorgini, and Episode VI: Return of the Jedi by Brian Miller, topped off by Episode VII: The Force Awakens by Jeff Delgado. Check ’em all out after the jump. Read More »
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The public image of NASA isn’t what it once was. In my youth the department was a beacon of scientific hope, but budget cuts and a waning interest in space exploration have helped NASA wither to a shadow of its former self. This year saw the end of the agency’s space shuttle program. But that doesn’t mean the outfit is ready to be associated with any old claptrap. And so, below, we have an official statement from NASA that distances the group from the ‘found footage’ thriller Apollo 18. Read More »
On Monday we heard about a couple sci-fi pitches that had been picked up by studios, with the general box office success of Battle: Lost Angeles probably not hurting that process.
Now two more have been picked up. Fox grabbed a new story idea from Jurassic Park III writer Peter Buchman, and Paramount grabbed the new pitch from Brian Miller, who wrote the low-budget ‘found footage’ sci-fi thriller Apollo 18. What little info we have on each is after the jump. Read More »
Timur Bekmambetov has been busy at the American Film Market. While he’s planning to direct Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter in the next few months, he continues to be a prolific producer. (For better or worse.) Today there is word that he may have not one but two new space-related projects set up with two different companies.
One is Apollo 18, based on the Apollo 18 moon mission, which was canceled in real life, but in the film’s fiction took place in secret. The Weinstein Company will make that one. The other is an as-yet untitled ‘deep space’ film that was pitched to Fox by the Predators writing team, and which Mr. Bekmambetov is circling in some capacity. Read More »