A short student film inspired by the Arthur C. Clarke novel. This is absolutely amazing for a student made film. Directed and animated by Aaron Ross, Tisch School of the Arts, NYU in 2001. What do you think of it?
Posts Tagged ‘Rendezvous with Rama’
Posted by LiveFor on October 23, 2008
Posted by LiveFor on October 23, 2008
McG says filming for Terminator Salvation has wrapped.
“Despite planning to sit down and pen a fourth “Evil Dead” film with his brother Ivan this past Summer, Sam Raimi admits he never got around to it due to his work commitments to “Drag Me to Hell“. This the project is “still on the back-burner…I just don’t know when”…” (full details)”
“Die Hard” director John McTiernan will have a chance to withdraw his guilty plea in a Hollywood wiretapping case that got him sentenced to four months in federal prison…” (full details)
“Former US Football star Ken Harvey is seeking financial backing for a film about a young boy who joins “a space-sport team in his quest to avenge the death of his father and to win the rights to mine for Helium-3?…” (full details)
“David T. Friendly has confirmed that a second sequel to the hit Martin Lawrence comedy “Big Momma’s House” is currently being penned and fast-tracked to go into production next year…” (full details)”
“300” and “Sin City” creator Frank Miller says that he’s thinking about revitalizing an old sci-fi hero, no word on which one however…” (full details)
“A quite incredible 2001 film student short film that teases what a “Rendezvous with Rama” film might look like…” (full details)
“Director Wes Craven says that ’25/8′ might get a name change and the upcoming ‘Last House on the Left’ remake is a hard R…” (full details)
“NBC has picked up “Knight Rider” for a full season, the fourth new series to get the full greenlight alongside Fox’s “Fringe,” The CW’s “90210” and CBS’ “The Mentalist”…” (full details)
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Posted by LiveFor on October 15, 2008
Adrien Brody and Michael Chiklis are in the indie comedy High School. The story is centered on a high school valedictorian who gets high with the school stoner and faces a drug test, then decides to get the entire school stoned so he can beat the test by making everyone fail. Brody will portray a drug dealer and Chiklis will play the school principal.
20th Century Fox is moving forward with plans for “Money Never Sleeps“, a sequel to Oliver Stone’s 1987 feature “Wall Street” reports the trades.
Xinhua Media Entertainment and China Film Group will make a $30 million live-action feature based on the life of “Mulan” says The Hollywood Reporter.
Warner Bros. has picked up screen rights for Headshot, and has set scriptwriter Alessandro Camon to adapt the three-book graphic novel series by Alexis Nolent – an unlikely alliance between a cop and a hitman takes place after each watches his partner die. The new partners seek revenge and discover they have a shared enemy and much in common despite being on opposite sides of the law.
Blizzard and Legendary Pictures’ feature film adaptation of the Warcraft franchise isn’t likely to arrive next year as previously announced. Blizzard president Mike Morhaime tells Shack News that “I don’t know about the 2009 date, but it is still something we are very excited about.”
The Jim Henson Co. has acquired rights to The Happytime Murders, a comedic film noir murder mystery that Brian Henson will direct for the company’s Henson Alternative banner, which is meant to entertain adult audiences. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the story was written by Todd Berger from a story by Dee Austin Robertson and Berger, and takes place in a world where humans and puppets co-exist, with the puppets viewed as second-class citizens. When the puppet cast of an ’80s children’s TV show called “The Happytime Gang” begins to get murdered one by one, a disgraced LAPD detective-turned-private eye puppet — with a drinking problem, no less — takes on the case.
At a recent presentation of footage from “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”, director David Fincher indicated his “Rendezvous with Rama” feature looks to be dead. Fincher tells First Showing that “It looks like it’s not going to happen. There’s no script and as you know, [Morgan Freeman's] not in the best of health right now. We’ve been trying to do it but it’s probably not going to happen.”
1602. Louis Leterrier directing. Neil Gaiman on screen play. That’s the proposed line up, according to MTV, where Gaiman said, “I think it’s getting more and more likely as Marvel reclaims its film properties from all over the world. They’re sort of making their own movies and putting them out through Paramount. So they’re now in there with a chance.”
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