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AD Astra | Jan 11 2019 | Sci Fi | Brad Pitt

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http://deadline.com/2017/02/brad-pitt-ad-astra-james-gray-science-fiction-new-regency-the-lost-city-of-z-1201896977/

 

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In Ad Astra (which means “to the stars” in Latin), Pitt would play the slightly autistic space engineer Roy McBride. Twenty years after his father left on a one-way mission to Neptune in order to find signs of extra-terrestrial intelligence, McBride travels through the solar system to find him and understand why his mission failed.

 

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So it looks like WWZ2 is pretty much dead for the near future then. Guess 2019 is the earliest we may see it.

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Father will be played by Jon Voight, who will yell at Pitt about his liberal "science" leanings and not treating his wife right once they find each other in a distant galaxy. 

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Whoa whoa whoa this is a James Gray movie? Talk about burying the lede. I can't wait to see this. 

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This sounds really, really cool.

 

After Gravity, Interstellar, The Martian and Arrival (and hopefully Blade Runner 2049), this is going to be 2018's breakout sci-fi of the fall. Bring it on!

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Z is the best film I've seen this year so I cannot fucking wait for this.

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5 hours ago, aabattery said:

 

 

Something strange has been happening to me this summer. I start to think about how a certain star is doing and what the future holds for them in their career. Then many of the times, I find out that they're doing something that puts them right onto the limelight. It happened with the pop musician Ke$ha when I thought of how she had a 1500-ish SAT score and found out about her new single a day or two later.

 

Now I've thought about Ruth Negga and then found out that she's been cast in what will surely be a competent film at the very least.

 

I'm really happy for Ruth Negga! I'm sure she'll do a great job in this role.

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For some reason everything but the title had completely escaped my notice until I saw Ruth was involved today, which already cinched my interest, but this?

 

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journey across a lawless and unforgiving solar system

 

I never pass up a chance to see space on the big screen.

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WTF. Hellboy is screwed because Brad Pitt is more bankable star and can take this film to decent gross if it is decent. But January release doesn't give me confidence. Maybe it will get a limited release in December if it is oscar worthy and then a wide release in January. Hellboy should move to MLK weekend.  

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I like it so far. I'll be interested to read more details when they come. It's awhile away though.

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Rread the wiki plot. I wonder why it would be Neptune. Radio signals perhaps.  Triton has geysers suggesting a warm interior so maybe possible life signatures were found there. I hope we don't see a scene where characters are landing on the planet. 

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I hope Ruth has a decent storyline. That's all I'm asking for. She deserves better than what she got in this season of Preacher.

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