The folks at Disney are playing things close to the vest with the mysterious new sci-fi flick Tomorrowland.
1952, the top-secret project being developed by screenwriter Damon Lindelof and director Brad Bird, is getting a brand new name.
Between his work on the new Star Trek sequel, Lost producer Carlton Cuse has been prepping a mysterious new flick dubbed 1952. Now, we have our first hint at what it’s about.
Damon LIndelof's still not in the mood to reveal too much about his forthcoming sci-fi flick 1952, but this week on Twitter he did add to the mystery with an intriguing photo.
A few more details have finally slipped out about Damon Lindelof's mystery sci-fi movie, 1952, including the name of the huge star now confirmed to star in the picture.
If the marketing materials (and the title) are any indication, Star Trek Into Darkness is going to be a significantly bleaker ride than 2009's Star Trek. But how dark will it really be? First J. J. Abrams hinted at a happy ending, and now co-writer Damon Lindelof is weighing in.
Though it proved a solid hit at the box office, Ridley Scott's Prometheus was a love-it or hate-it affair for most sci-fi fans. The reason? Many blamed Damon Lindelof's (Lost) rewrite, which took a more straight forward Alien prequel and tried to flesh out the big ideas. So depending on which camp you're in, we have some good (or bad) news.
Ridley Scott's Alien prequel Prometheus went through about a half-dozen rewrites to make it more standalone before going in front of a camera. But want to see what the script looked like before Damon Lindelof (Lost, Star Trek) was brought in to rewrite it?
For more than a year now we've been itching to get more news on the mysterious sci-fi project known only as 1952 that Damon Lindelof's got set up at Disney. Now some new details are surfacing, and they've got us more than a little intrigued.
Though it's definitely tied to the original, the final cut of Prometheus wound up being a pretty loose prequel to Ridley Scott's Alien. But it wasn't always that way. Original screenwriter Jon Spaihts put in all kinds of Alien fare in his original drafts, including a wild chestburster moment that co-writer Damon Lindelof later cut.