Posted on Wednesday, September 29th, 2010 by Russ Fischer
Robert Zemeckis has been very active over the past ten years, working to push forward the art of 3D and motion capture with The Polar Express, Beowulf and A Christmas Carol. But when his 3D company, ImageMovers Digital, was abandoned by Disney early this year, there was great supposition about what the filmmaker’s next move might be. We know he’s making Yellow Submarine, but would he continue in digitized animation?
Now he’s got another possible road back to live-action with a film called Timeless. Warner Bros. just picked up the pitch, which would be the first live-action Zemeckis film since Cast Away in 2000. Read More »