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Pitt has always shown an interest and was even attached to star in an earlier incarnation of the film when it was to be directed by Michael Mann.
Tron Legacy was pretty off-putting, I have to say, but as much as I didn’t like that, I find myself increasingly fascinated by Kosinski’s second movie, Oblivion, the more I think about it.
The prize packs are made up of an Oblivion hoodie, a Lifetime clock, a USB phone dock and a set of earphones, with one winner also receiving a Bluetooth Laser Keyboard.
Tom Cruise stars in a movie that’s set after the end of the world. Is it worth visiting the radioactive ruins of your local cinema to see it? Michael Moran reports.
Here’s Your Black Hole News – The Film Will Be Written By Prometheus And The Darkest Hour’s Jon Spaihts
Spaiht’s working to a new take on the film, replacing the one developed by Pacific Rim’s Travis Beacham. The new premise is apparently “a big idea – philosophical and somewhat dark in tone.”
Details had been pretty scarce, besides whatever you would assume on the basis of the original film – ie. Moby Dick in space, with memorable robots.
Progress continues on what seems to be Disney’s least successful big-budget franchise.
Also, two new, extremely hi-res posters for the film.
What’s he looking so moody about?
” If You Liked That Bit In The Matrix, Maybe You’ll Like It In This.”
Drums fight it out over a movie score. Lovely.
Even film directors are getting in on the game now.
Going shot by shot through the first trailer for Oblivion. Okay, I left one shot out. It was boring.
First Trailer For Oblivion – Huge Sci-Fi From Tom Cruise And The Director Of Tron Legacy – VIDEO FIXED AGAIN
With Andrea Riseborough, Olga Kurylenko, Morgan Freeman and plenty of CG.
Like Wall-E but with people instead of robots, I think.
I’ve probably been less sceptical about the chances of seeing a third Tron than a second Sin City, but consider me tickled that today brought omens of both of these sometime long-shots being real, in-development films that are coming our way. Here’s …
In what would very easily pass as a hype-churning press release, especially as it was timed to the release of the DVD and Blu-ray, Deadline have revealed that Joseph Kosinski and TRON: Legacy screenwriters Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz really are …
Unveiled at last year’s Comic-Con, Oblivion is a still-to-be published, illustrated novel cooked up from a premise by Joseph Kosinski, the sometime commercials whizz kid who directed Tron: Legacy. Disney entered into a deal to adapt the book to a …