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 Sujet du message: Luna (Doug Liman, 2018)
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C'est son fameux projet sur la Lune avec Jake Gyllenhaal annoncé en 2007 et qui pourrait être son prochain.

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Juin 2009
Every draft of the script has been really exciting and really solid. The movie is about a private expedition to the Moon — present day. Not science fiction. So real, in fact, that I debated spending $100 million to make the movie or $100 million to really go to the Moon and just shoot a documentary there. The heroes of my film steal all the old Apollo parts to rebuild Apollo 18, which was canceled in 1972 before it launched.

We had issues getting to the launch and making the concept work, that if you could get the parts necessary to go to the Moon — parts that are sitting in museums, in archives, and university libraries — then it’s just a treasure hunt to go find the right parts and put them all back together like a giant Lego set. They’re all proven to work — they put a man on the Moon six times — and they’ve been sitting inside, for the most part well cared for. All you need to do is steal the appropriate parts and you just put them all together and go to the Moon. I also want to do that concept with the tone of The Bourne Identity or Fair Game (realistic, fast paced) and have characters who are truly extraordinary. Getting that to work has been a vexing problem that Simon Kinberg has finally cracked.

The other thing that I think Simon is nailing is an amazing character not only for Jake Gyllenhaal to play but also for the other lead to play — an amazing female character — as well as a great love story. Jake’s been a lot like Matt Damon was in The Bourne Identity — these are actors who are fiercely committed to doing something original, not derivative — off the beaten path. And we’re writing Moon for Jake’s voice. That part of the process has been sitting in rooms with him, riffing out dialogue, and figuring out not only what would be the best character for the movie but who the best character is for Jake for this movie. So from a character standpoint the script took a tremendous leap forward.

We’re working on starting a line producer and an assistant director this week. While Simon figures out the second half of the script, we’ll figure out budget. The second half didn’t need nearly as much work as the first part, so we’re optimistic that he’s going to nail that. He had a much bigger challenge facing him in fixing the prelaunch section of the script. So we’re in the phase of telling the studio, Paramount, how much the movie’s going to cost. We’ve been doing extensive research to figure out how we can create the surface of the Moon in a way that is as real as Bourne felt and Fair Game’s going to feel.


Septembre 2009
Simon Kinberg pointed out to me how last week, while we were working on one of the action sequences, we were literally going, “Oh that is so fucking cool, that is so cool, that is so cool.” This movie will redefine action the way The Matrix redefined action. In Moon, they’re fighting in one-sixth gravity. You’ve just never seen that before. Ever. And you’ve never seen a car chase in one-sixth gravity, you’ve never seen fights in one-sixth gravity. It won’t look like any other movie. This affects the movie is so many ways. It’s all of the amazing things you can do once you embrace one-sixth gravity. You know, you’re literally Superman on the Moon. Think about it, Superman came from the planet Krypton, and the concept behind Krypton is that it had much stronger gravity than Earth. So if you took an ordinary guy from Krypton and moved him to Earth, in Earth’s lighter gravity he would become Superman. That literally was Superman’s power: He’s from a planet with lower gravity. Well, Earth has six times the gravity of the Moon, so if you take anyone from Earth and move him to the Moon, he literally is a Superman. He can leap off an 80-foot cliff and survive easily. On the Moon, we can can have a real-version bullet time (from The Matrix). Our action sequences on Moon are as outrageous as Transformers or Star Trek but will be 100 percent real. Bourne is to the James Bond films as Moon will be to Transformers. Outrageous, but very real.
If you can make it to the Moon, you get to be a superhero. That’s science fact, that’s not science fiction.

Mec qui doit être vénère depuis la sortie d'Inception...

Décembre 2009
I’ve been working on this script for years, with various writers. I’ve worked with Ken Nolan, who wrote the screenplay for Black Hawk Down, and Mark Bowden, who wrote the book on which the Black Hawk Down movie was based. It’s probably clear from the string of writers I’ve had on this project that this is a really ambitious movie. Well, after all of that work and all of those writers, it’s come down to Simon Kinberg and me locked in my office, every day, and I really feel like this is going to be the draft we’re going to make.

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Ca le fait.

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Tous les soirs jusqu'à aujourd'hui je me disais "un jour je ferai un film révolutionnaire avec des scènes d'actions en semi-apesanteur sur la lune". Bon ben merde.

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It's looking more and more like Paramount and Doug Liman are heading to the moon.

Studio has put the finishing touches on a deal that fast-tracks "Luna," bringing David Ellison's Skydance Pictures and New Regency onboard to co-finance.


Et hop, les Ellison frappent encore.

Story follows renegade scientists who build a spaceship from spare parts to steal an energy source from the moon -- and is now looking like Liman's next project. The "Swingers" and "The Bourne Identity" director had been weighing several projects for some time including "All You Need is Kill" at Warner Bros.

C'est bien qu'entre tous les Trois Mousquetaires, All You Need is Kill et autres Two-Gun Cohen, ils finissent par privilégier le projet perso développé longtemps.

"Luna" was previously being developed at DreamWorks. Liman and John Hamburg wrote the original draft, which has been reworked several times.

Liman will direct and produce with Simon Kinberg (who did the most recent script polish) and Allison Shearmur.

No casting decisions have been made, but Liman has met with several thesps including Bradley Cooper, Chris Evans and Andrew Garfield -- and now that financing is set, look for that news to start coming over the coming weeks.


Que des potes à Film Freak. Doug il sait.

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Liman/Cruise, 3e!

Sources tell Variety that Cruise is joining Liman to develop sci-fi action pic “Luna Park” with an eye to star in the film for Paramount. It’s still early in the process and could go one way or the other depending on how the latest draft of the script comes out, but sources say this is a good sign for the project that had been in development limbo.

This has been a passion project of Liman’s for some time; it was prepared to move forward in 2011 with thesps like Chris Evans and Andrew Garfield circling leading roles. A greenlight had been given by Paramount, but the studio halted production after co-financier Skydance Pictures bailed on it because of a budget that was surpassing $100 million.

It’s unknown whether Skydance and Paramount still have a part to play with the film but given the relationship both companies have with Cruise following the success of “Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation” and his upcoming sequel to “Jack Reacher,” signs are pointing to the studio getting behind the project yet again.

The plot revolves around a group of renegade employees who venture to the moon to steal an energy source.


Cool, je pensais que c'était mort!

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