You may have forgotten about Collider, the particular sci-fi film initially reported in 2012 with Edgar Wright linked to direct and J.J. Abrams producing. Subsequently, Wright departed Ant-Man and began making up two new tasks, including Baby Driver — but Collider will not be forgotten, and the challenge has just picked up a fresh writer to take any crack at the script.
Deadline reports that Vital has selected Draw L. Smith to publish a new draft in the screenplay, which was actually penned by Mark Protosevich (I Am Legend, Spike Lee’ohydrates Oldboy). Smith is the scribe guiding Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu’s The Revenant, as well as Warner Bros.’ Ghost Recon variation and Norse, a viking motion picture set to legend Leonardo DiCaprio.
Collider was announced quite a while back as sort of an exciting and secretive sci-fi project, with Wright informing Collider (the website) that the movie was planned because “a particular kind of sci-fi film” how the director felt we hadn’t seen in a bit. Wright was — and remains — also busy to set of scripts the film herself. He’s currently within pre-production on Baby Driver, the new activity film starring Ansel Elgort like a skilled getaway driver who drives to the beat of his personal curated playlist and unfortunately finds himself mixed up together with the mob.
Baby Driver is slated to hit theaters on March 17, 2017, and also hopefully we won’to have to wait too much longer to see precisely what Collider is all about.