Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Spielberg's ROBOPOCALYPSE Has Life! Fox And Dreamworks To Co-Finance; Release Set For July 4, 2013!

There is no word yet whether Steven Spielberg's ROBOPOCALYPSE will be in 3D or not, but judging by recent sentiment from the man himself, the movie should fall into the category that would benefit from 3D. Sci-fi.

Here's a brief storyline for the movie:
In the near future, an increasingly robot-reliant society faces extinction after a computer scientist accidentally unleashes a sentient artificial intelligence named Archos.

Fox will take the movie overseas while Disney will handle the North American distribution.

The news broke today that the project has picked up massive momentum and that the financing, distribution and release date have all been set. The movie is based on the book by Daniel H. Wilson with an adaptation by Drew Goddard (CLOVERFIELD, THE CABIN IN THE WOODS).

Sounds like an exciting project! Wilson has a darker edge than a lot of writers so I am looking forward to this adaptation quite a bit. Will have more details about whether or not this thing is going 3D or not in the coming months!

Sources: THR | Deadline

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