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    12 awesome behind-the-scenes pics from original Planet of the Apes | Blastr

    Man, the original Planet of the Apes was my gateway drug for all the madness that followed. Considering the time/technology and scope of what they accomplished as far as practical effects it still is VERY impressive. Take that CGI!!!!!
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    Tom Cruise Circles Sci-Fi Spec Script OUR NAME IS ADAM | Collider

    Tom Cruise is adding another potential project to his list with the spec script, Our Name is Adam. Few details are available on the content of the picture so far, save for it being in the sci-fi genre, which definitely fits in with Cruise’s recent projects as he’s currently filming the sci-fi tinged Oblivion and All You Need is Kill back to back. Producer Mary Parent (Pacific Rim) is attached to the picture written by T.S. Nowlin (Agent 13). Although Cruise is attached to a number of projects, none of them seem to have risen to frontrunner status as of yet. Hit the jump to see which one it could be.

    Variety reported that Cruise is circling Our Name is Adam, which could be his next picture. Or not. Take a look at what else the veteran has been eyeing as of late:
    •A remake of The Magnificent Seven for MGM, penned by screenwriter Nick Pizzolatto. The Magnificent Seven was, itself, a remake of Akira Kurosawa’s 1954 classic Seven Samurai and featured an all-star cast lead by Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson, James Coburn, Robert Vaughn, Brad Dexter, Horst Bucholz, and Eli Wallach. The titular seven refers to a band of American gunfighters hired by oppressed Mexican peasants to defend their homes from bandits.
    •A Van Helsing reboot with Universal that previously had Rupert Sanders (Snow White and the Huntsman) showing interest before he signed on to direct The Juliet. The picture will be produced by Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, who call their take a more grounded version as compared to earlier iterations.
    •There’s the next installment of Cruise’s core action series, Mission: Impossible 5 for Paramount. Though, that film will probably take a back seat to Cruise’s Top Gun 2.

    It’s hard to say what Cruise will aim for next. With two back-to-back sci-fi pictures coming out next year, perhaps he’ll want to ride the hot hand and go with Our Name is Adam. Avoiding sci-fi altogether should be easy, as he has a Western and a handful of actioners to contemplate. Speaking of actioners, whatever he chooses, Cruise can next be seen in the Lee Child novel adaptation, Jack Reacher, which opens December 21st.

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    New Details about Brad Bird and Damon Lindelof’s 1952; Involves Alien Contact | Collider

    Back in May, we reported that Brad Bird was set to direct a mysterious blockbuster for Disney entitled 1952. Written by Damon Lindelof, details on the project were practically non-existent, but new information has come to light. According to Vulture, the movie is about aliens making first contact on Earth in the present day. Furthermore, Bird and Lindelof are reportedly looking to make the movie in the vein of Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and the protagonist will be a man in his mid-40s like Roy Neary (Richard Dreyfuss). No word if this man will go crazy, play with his food, and abandon his family to live with the aliens.

    Hit the jump for more on 1952.

    Sources tell Vulture that the title, 1952, is a reference to a banker’s box of files and documents that had been left in Walt Disney’s personal development lab. The box was originally used for 1965′s That Darn Cat, but that title had been crossed out and in its place was written “1952″. The contents of the box were documents and primary source materials that look like someone had been working on a project about alien contact. Additionally, “1952″ could refer to the “Washington flap“, where it seemed like seven UFOs appeared on radar at National Airport.

    For me, the most striking reveal in all of this is that the Walt Disney Company can’t afford to buy new banker’s boxes and simply reuses the ones it already has.

    Finally, Vulture reports that there could be a heavy J.J. Abrams-like advanced viral campaign that will involve a treasure hunt, which will gradually reveal clues about the movie. So if you want to work to be advertised to, this sounds like a great time.

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    EMPIRES OF THE DEEP Trailer Starring Olga Kurylenko | Collider

    A trailer for the Chinese-American co-production Empires of the Deep has gone online. I was completely unfamiliar with the project, but Twitch did a good job catching me up. The project was originally set to star Monica Bellucci, be directed by Pitof (Catwoman), and produced by the late Irvin Kershner (The Empire Strikes Back). They all quickly fled the project, leaving Jonathan Lawrence and then Michael French to direct, Olga Kurylenko (Quantum of Solace) replacing Bellucci, and no one to produce. And if you’re wondering what a real producer does, it’s the person who works hard to prevent delays and budget overruns. Guess what happened on Empires of the Deep. Partially financed by Chinese real estate tycoon Jon Jiang, who also wrote the script, the project has reportedly ended up costing $130 million. And the result? A movie that looks like crappy underwater Avatar or a gritty live-action remake of The Little Mermaid.

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