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Lost Writer Signs On To Super-Secret Disney Sci-Fi Project!

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So mysterious! We're intrigued!

Damon Lindelof, one of the minds behind Lost, has signed a seven-figure deal with Disney to write and produce a family friendly, original sci-fi film called 1952!

However, just like his past show, the project is super-secret, and no details about the plot or production will be revealed!

Gah! Why does it ALWAYS have to be this way with these guys?!

Not that we don't trust their ability to tell a good story, but c'mon!


Eh, fine! We'll probably want to see it!

But you'd BETTER be straight forward about your next project after this one! Ha!

What do U think?? Are U interested in checking out 1952??

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3 comments to “Lost Writer Signs On To Super-Secret Disney Sci-Fi Project!”

  1. 1

    Isn't this the guy that said January Jones sucks as an actress? He's probably mad at the fact he has a gigantic forehead and all the money in the world couldn't fix that. Can't even wear a hat to cover that shit up. Go buy a nice car to compensate.

  2. 2

    good. i'm more interested in not knowing a lot about it. then its refreshing and new when i see it. most idiots have to see a trailer that basically ruins a movie by showing the good lines, sequences etc. by the time you see the movie, you know the whole story. this is a much better approach, but if a lot of morons don't see it because they need to be spoon fed spoilers and the like, so be it.

  3. 3

    I think it's refreshing to have these guys and JJ Abrams being so secretive about the films they create. It really get the excitement going about the films, and has us asking so many questions. It makes the film experience anything by mindless, which I think is what is happening with a lot of films lately. We are exposed to everything before the film even hits theatres, and where is the fun in that? I love the fact that films like Cloverfield, Super 8, and now 1952 are making the audience wait and ask questions.