Film director Colin Trevorrow will create a new sci-fi action adventure about the mythical lost city of Atlantis.
Universal pictures is ready to re-team with the director of Jurassic World: DominionColin Trevorrow. But this time the story will be set in the city of Atlantis. According to the latest reports, the director has already committed to directing the project, which will also produce it through his Metronome Film Co. Described as a thriller, it will take a slightly different approach to the well-known legend of the lost city.
“Unlike the previous incarnations of the mythical city as an underwater kingdom. Colin Trevorrow's Atlantis is located on a lost continent in the Indian Ocean between Africa, India and Oceania. It is a multicultural civilization with its own advanced technology. ”
For now there are no more details of the project.
The script will be written by Dante Harper, who worked on films like Edge of Tomorrow, Alien: Covenant and Rogue One. The original story was conceived by Colin Trevorrow and Matt Charman (The bridge of spies).
It is expected that Colin Trevorrow and his team resume production of the upcoming movie Jurassic World in the UK soon, so it will probably be a while before he turns his attention to the movie Atlantis. The new installment of the dinosaur saga will premiere on June 11, 2021.
Curiously, the news comes among the rumors that Disney also wants to make its version in real action of Atlantis: The Lost Empire, a 2001 animated film, that did not have much box office success. This movie and its sequel can be enjoyed on currently at Diseny +. So Colin Trevorrow could compete with the film studio that he didn't have a good understanding with when leaving the franchise of Star wars, because of "creative differences".
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