J Blakeson to Helm Jonathan Nolan-Written 'Hell & Gone' for WB
This is definitely a project we should be keeping our eye on from now on. Heat Vision reports that upcoming British filmmaker J Blakeson, who directed The Disappearance of Alice Creed, is in negotiations to direct a project called Hell and Gone at Warner Bros. Not only is that a fantastic title for a movie, but apparently it's a Titanic-like historical tragedy and love story revolving around the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. Best of all, Jonathan Nolan, brother of Christopher Nolan and co-writer of The Prestige and The Dark Knight, is behind the Hell and Gone screenplay. What did I tell you, this sounds like a hell of a movie in the making.
If you haven't seen The Disappearance of Alice Creed yet, I highly suggest adding it to your list of films to rent when it hits DVD (starting Nov 23). And as a primer, check out the five five minutes, which should give you a quick sense of J Blakeson's sleek style and filmmaking sensibilities. That's also why I think this whole thing sounds awesome, because he's a very big up-and-comer and he's working off of a "Titanic-like" epic Jonathan Nolan script. We don't know many other details about it, as this is one of the first times Hell and Gone has ever been mentioned. As I said at the start, this is a project we'll definitely be keeping an eye on.
Reader Feedback - 3 Comments
Shane on Nov 8, 2010
sweet, The Disappearance of Alice Creed was great
memz on Nov 9, 2010
Awesome can't wait for more from this project.
LINKFX on Nov 9, 2010
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