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A man travels back and forth through time and space, trying to prevent the murder of his family.

Genre:

Sci-Fi/Thriller


Cast:

Josh Hartnett

Directed by:

Paul McGuigan


Written by:

Michael Gould


Produced by:

Worldview Entertainment, Zero Gravity Management


Executive Producer(s):

TBD


Domestic Distributor(s):

TBD


Sales Representative:

SC Films International

http://www.worldviewent.com/films/in-development/tomorrow?view=item...

TOMORROW
A man travels back and forth through time and space, trying to prevent the murder of his family.
Genre: Sci-Fi/Thriller
Cast: Josh Hartnett
Directed by: Paul McGuigan
Written by: Michael Gould
Produced by: Worldview Entertainment, Zero Gravity Management
Executive Producer(s): TBD
Domestic Distributor(s): TBD
Sales Representative: SC Films International
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Worldview-Entertainment/58894267050?v...

Synopsis: Max Martin is desperate to save his family on the day of their murder but he can't
control the short-term time travel phenomenon he's trapped in.
http://www.themovieinsider.com/m7671/tomorrow/

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Comment by Camino on August 12, 2010 at 11:15pm
I know I'm one of the few to actually like Push!
True opinions matter to distributors. However I am not involved with the industry (other than supporting them when I watch, rent or buy a movie)!...
So I simply watch or buy movies because I like them! & Rarely do I judge a movie by what others think about it, I prefer to form my own opinions!
Comment by Olivier on August 12, 2010 at 10:20pm
You own "Push" June... Wow
Well the opinion of critics matters especially when it comes to distributors. Check this article: http://www.firstshowing.net/2010/08/12/hartnett-mcguigan-reteam-for...
I did not guess you were so patriot. True, crap movies are being made all over the world. But unlike the US ones, fortunately they don't get worldwide release.
Comment by Camino on August 12, 2010 at 8:12pm
Update: Kudos to Brian Jones who's informed me that the film starts principal photography in Louisiana later this year.
http://www.quietearth.us/articles/2010/08/12/Josh-Hartnett--Paul-Mc...
Comment by Camino on August 12, 2010 at 7:48pm
Josh Hartnett time-travels with his Slevin director Paul McGuigan
Where has Josh Hartnett been hiding?

Or his movies, anyway -- his last major release was 30 DAYS OF NIGHT (though he's apparently filmed five or six others since then).

Hartnett will reportedly reunite with Paul McGuigan, who directed him in WICKER PARK and the underappreciated hitman movie LUCKY NUMBER SLEVIN.

Their latest project is a contemporary sci-fi thriller called TOMORROW.

The cryptic synopsis: Max Martin is desperate to save his family on the day of their murder but he can't control the short-term time travel phenomenon he's trapped in.

The movie is expected to begin filming soon in Louisiana.

http://www.joblo.com/index.php?id=33451&utm_source=twitterfeed&...
Comment by Camino on August 12, 2010 at 7:39pm
1) I own Push & like it.
2) Crap movies are made all over the world, not just in the US.
3) I don't think anyone that matters will give a sh*t what we think.
Comment by Olivier on August 12, 2010 at 6:06pm
Rent "Push" and you will understand. Not any directors are able to deliver what can be called a SFi film. It demands a great sense of vision and a true passion for the subject. But well in the US everything is good to make money; as far as it is "entertaining" who cares if the film is absolutely crap.
Paul McGuigan should be doing "T-Leaf" instead which has a great and original plot. He is so great when it comes to gansters flicks.
Comment by Camino on August 12, 2010 at 11:43am
Olivier negative right away? Although several time travel movies have been done, I will be hopeful that Paul McGuigan will put a new twist on this one. I will save my opinions until after I have seen a finished product.
Comment by Olivier on August 12, 2010 at 1:18am
This project sounds totally gay... And I am a huge fan of SCF.

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