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Christopher Webster [Celluloid 03.05.12] post apocalyptic

Act of Valor cost $12 million to film and recently topped the box office with a $25 million opening weekend, so it's no surprise that production crew The Bandito Brothers are setting up projects all over the place. The only one that interests us though is God's Gulch, a post-apocalyptic project that, like Act of Valor, aims for a realistic take.

The logline:
In the wake of the entire computer network shutting down and the ensuing economic and societal collapse, a group must come together to fight for their survival.

The film was written by Brooks McClaren, who's script "How It Ends," made the 2012 Black List. This newest film sprung from an idea that McCoy and he put together as a team.

While the logline sounds fairy uninspired, the idea of the internet shutting down leaving the world frustrated at a lack of status update is still a tantalizing notion.

More as it comes!

Via: Deadline

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Username (10 years ago) Reply

mabe everyone goes crazy cause they can't read Quiet Earth for a few days

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