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According to sales and financing entity Corsan World Sales, principal photography for the upcoming epic romance SINGULARITY is set to start in November 2010 with a theatrical release slated for Autumn 2011.

Bipasha Basu, Olga Kurylenko, Abhay Deol and Christopher Egan will star alongside Josh Hartnett.

SINGULARITY is an epic, sweeping and riveting tale of an impossible love set across two time periods and continents. Plot involves a British officer in colonial India; the Indian woman he falls in love with; an American marine archaeologist and his wife a researcher who is trapped in a wrecked British merchant ship.

Great barrier Reef, 2010. After a dangerous dive to save his wife while exploring an 18th century merchant ship wreckage, Jay Fennel, a rugged and attractive marine archeologist lies brain dead in a Boston hospital. Jay's dream-like coma takes us back in time to Pune, India in 1778. The British are invading the palaces and a young British captain named James Stewart, who bears a striking resemblance to Fennel, is a about to embark on a dangerous mission. Along the way he encounters murder, deceit, betrayal and revenge. He falls deeply in love with an Indian She-warrior named Tulaja, an impossible love which he must fight for. Only the power of a ring can transcend time and save a life.

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Comment by paula on December 23, 2013 at 11:56am
Comment by paula on September 19, 2013 at 12:22pm

The company "Luxor" also announced the acquisition of the rights to hire semi-fantasy drama "Out of Time", in which the hero Josh Hartnett falls into a coma and taken to the eighteenth-century India, where he began to live the life British officer James Stewart. The release date for the film yet.


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Comment by paula on July 19, 2013 at 8:23am
Comment by paula on June 12, 2013 at 11:12pm


Saw a pre-screening of Singularity tonight! An epic film chronicling an impossible love across two time periods! Very much in the vein of Cloud Atlas but less confusing! #Singularity #JoshHartnett #RolandJoffe #BipashaBasu#TamsinEgerton #London #CloudAtlas #India #Diving #Cannes #Coma#British #EastIndia #Soldiers #TimeTravel #Film


Comment by paula on May 25, 2013 at 1:39am

Breuls confirmed that Corsan has finally completed its very long-gestating Roland Joffe epic Singularity and aims to launch the film at an autumn festival.

“It’s in the can,” Breuls said of the film, a drama streching from the Great Barrier Reef in 2010 to India in the eighteenth century.


Comment by paula on November 30, 2011 at 10:46pm
Comment by paula on August 2, 2011 at 2:49am

Headed to Cannes
Singularity, directed by Joffe — best known for The Killing Fields (1984) and City of Joy (1992) — has been majorly shot in the Orchha district of Madhya Pradesh, and Australia. Bipasha also informs that the film, also featuring Abhay Deol, will be 
showcased at the Cannes Film Festival next year.


Comment by paula on April 25, 2011 at 11:44pm

Bipasha is a nice person: Alice Englert

Comment by paula on April 22, 2011 at 12:59am

‘York' role of a lifetime: Nicolson
April 22, 2011   1:27:54 PM

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A Yorkshireman spurs on the sets of the film Singularity, a few curious on lookers assume him for the actor in the main role. Riding a horse through the dusty landscape of Orchha, Steve Nicolson plays the role of 'York', a captain in the British East India Company invading the palaces in the epic based on the Anglo-Maratha war of 1779.

A role in Roland Joffe film is an opportunity that Nicolson does not want to pass by and has been working with this voice for the role.

Nicolson believes it is a good fortune that he got a casting call for the role of 'York' coming on the back of Hollywood hits like Johnny English (2003), K-19: The Widowmaker (2002) and Bravo Two Zero (1999).

The right voice and horse riding skills got him the role of 'York' who is an incredibly bitter person, said Nicolson. The back story of Nicolson making to a Roland Joffe film, he said is that he was filming for a British Television production Made in Romania (2010) when he learnt of Singularity. Nicolson sent his show reel to Joffe who cast him in the role of 'York'.

Roland Joffe is one of the coolest people to work with, said Nicolson. He considered himself fortunate working with top professionals in the industry. Nicolson admits Joffe does not interfere with an actor and gives them freedom and liberty to perform.

Filming with Hollywood star Josh Hartnett, whom Nicolson describes as a 'cool' customer. Hartnett is a nice guy, fine artist and very kind person, said Nicolson. However, Nicolson is amazed with the fan following of Indian actors especially Bipasa Basu and Abhay Deol.

Working in India is an experience of a lifetime. The Yorkshireman wonders how the officers wore full-bottomed wigs in the hot environment of India. He said I cannot imagine why the British wore those 'wigs' in steamy hot weather of the sub-continent.

Finally Nicolson, says when he came to India, he was told to take the anti-malarial medication, after which he had strange dreams. Having noticed it for a couple of days, one day he asked Roland the same who replied "Yes off course, it's a dream worth having, you are working in my film now." Dreams do come true, here one for the gritty Yorkshireman. 


Comment by paula on April 13, 2011 at 12:17pm

Abhay Deol's a yoga teacher?

There seems to be a problem on the sets of Bipasha Basu's Hollywood film Singularity being shot in Orchha. 

Fitness freaks Bips and her co-star Josh Hartnetthaven't got a gym at their disposal as their hotel doesn't have the facility. But they've found a trouble-shooter in Abhay Deol, who is also part of the cast. "Abhay has turned into their yoga guru. 

His classes are pulling in more and more cast and crew members of the movie. Josh and Bips have become great fans of his sessions. Abhay is very serious about yoga and is fanatical about people being regular." Maybe he should have a few classes for Anil and Sonam Kapoor, who are still breathing fire over his uncomplimentary comments about their production, Aisha. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/bollywood/news-int...

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