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20TH CENTURY FOX AND CHERNIN DIVING INTO BRIAN DUFFIELD’S “UNDERWATER”

http://www.tracking-board.com/exclusive-20th-century-fox-and-chernin-diving-into-brian-duffields-underwater/

 

Chernin Entertainment has set up UNDERWATER at Fox, paving the way for the aquatic thriller to propel its way through the development process. The film is being produced by Peter Chernin and Tonia Davis, from the spec written by Brian Duffield. The story is a harrowing, if straight-forward thriller: After an earthquake destroys their underwater station, a crew of six must navigate two miles in the dangerous unknown depths of the ocean floor to make it safety.

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5 hours ago, TLK said:

 

It might've been more interesting if they were against the water itself rather than a monster. Now, it sounds a little too much like Deep Blue Sea.

 

I'm rooting for this, though, because I think Kristen Stewart is a great actress and, as of late, she's been very picky (in a good way) about the projects she chooses to star in.

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7 hours ago, slambros said:

 

It might've been more interesting if they were against the water itself rather than a monster. Now, it sounds a little too much like Deep Blue Sea.

 

I'm rooting for this, though, because I think Kristen Stewart is a great actress and, as of late, she's been very picky (in a good way) about the projects she chooses to star in.

The synopsis doesn't say anything about monsters though. It could be like The Abyss for all we know. I love movies like this and I hope they pull it off.

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14 minutes ago, OncomingStorm93 said:

You're not kidding.

 

"Something has awakened" "Something has found us"

Low budget monster that you don't see

TJ Miller yelling.

 

"It's pulling me underwater!"


Get it?

 

 

More so because Paramount took two low budget films and got them reshot to make them Cloverfield films, and the monster in that first film already came from the sea, so it'd be easy to retrofit it. The two TJ Millers in the same timeline does kind of mess it up a bit though

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