Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Steve Buscemi, Terminator

Having seen the new teaser trailer -- and now the Dark Knight... I'm even a little more excited about Terminator.  (check out the trailer to the right or at the Terminator Site, along with this: 
We are half way through filming. Our teaser is in theaters and playing
before The Dark Knight.

You will see that this is a movie inspired by the first films, but is a true new beginning in that it takes place in the future.

All three Terminator films took place present day, with Terminators
traveling back in time to attack. This picture takes place after Judgment
Day. It happened. Everything is gone. The story of the movie is the "brink
moment" Reese always talked about.

From a technical perspective, we have set out to achieve a completely new
visual style that hasn't been seen before. We're shooting the film on color
stock but are using a method inspired by the Oz process which was developed
at Technicolor by Mike Zacharia and Bob Olson. Basically we are adding three
times as much silver. It creates a surreal texture that is in keeping with
the notion of the entire picture - feeling detached from the world we know

Every morning and every night Christian and I work on the story. Sam's
contribution has been excellent. We are committed to putting the story and
character first and then supplementing that with action and visual effects.
It is our intention to make a film on a large scale with the nuance and
subtext of a high quality independent picture.
And apparently there will be a HUGE fireball down there tomorrow. More at the site...

Also in New Mexico... Steve Buscemi! I don't know... I missed the original announcement, but that's pretty cool.
Film starring Steve Buscemi to shoot in New Mexico

The Associated Press
Article Launched: 07/21/2008 04:15:29 PM MDT

SANTA FE—The governor's office says the feature film "Saint John of Las Vegas" will be shooting in Albuquerque next week.
The independent production stars Steve Buscemi and is directed by Hue Rhodes.

Buscemi has appeared in films and on television. He was just nominated for an Emmy for a guest appearance on "30 Rock."

Shooting is scheduled to begin July 28th and continue through August 23rd.

The governor's office says the production will hire about 70 crew members from New Mexico and more than 300 local actors.

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