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domingo, 12 de enero de 2014

Joseph Gordon-Levitt habla sobre la adaptación de Sandman al Cine.


Joseph Gordon-Levitt ha hablado de lo que le atrajo del proyecto de WB para adaptar la genial obra  de Neil Gaiman, Sandman y también da algunos detalles de la producción y adaptación de la misma, Además de esto responde a la pregunta de si estaría dispuesto ha protagonizar alguna película de Marvel, Sigue leyendo después del salto.

Según le ha dichoGordon-Levitt a IGN sobre la producción de Sandman:

"En los primeros días. Muy, Muy primeros días. Hay mucho potencial, pero aun es muy temprano.
Me gusta el concepto básico de la obra-simplemente el concepto de personificar al Sueño, a la par de todos sus hermanos y hermanas, los siete infinitos personificar a la Muerte, personificar a la Destrucción  y a Delirio y al Destino y  al Deseo y a la Desesperación. Digo, es fascinante y creo que verdaderamente es un concepto cinematográfico. Miras el arte de Sandman y es simplemente espectacular. Me gustan las grandes, espectaculares películas, pero algunas veces las grandes,espectaculares películas se quedan atoradas en una especie de rutina. A veces van por algún camino y terminan en grandes explosiones o lo que sea. Sandman tiene mucha oportunidad de hacer algo a Gran, Gran escala. pero de veras a diferencia de lo que se considera película de gran escala,espectacular película. Creo que eso es solo la punta del Iceberg."

Y sobre si le gustaría protagonizar una película de Marvel, el actor que estuvo en The Dark Knight Rises responde:

"Si, yo no presto mucha atención a las categorías o géneros de las cosas. Yo presto atención acerca de lo que trata el material. ¿Me hace razonar? ¿Me inspira? ¿Quienes son los colaboradores? ese tipo de cosas."


David S. Goyer (Batman vs Superman), que es una especie de padrino del iniciado Universo Cinematográfico de DC, escribió una idea/planteamiento de la película lo que le intereso a WB. Se desconoce si el escribirá el Guión para la película de Sandaman.



Aun no se sabe mucho mas allá de esas cosas, pero se rumorea que en adición a ser productor, Levitt también dirigirá y protagonizara la película, Seguiremos informando del avance de la película.

Fuente: comicbookmovie
"Early days. Very, very early days," said Joseph Gordon-Levitt to IGN on the subject of The Sandman movie project that he's currently confirmed to produce. Not clear, is whether Levitt will also play the lead role of the Lord of Dreams. 'Lots of potential, but it's still very early," was all he would say on the possibility of playing the titular character. Levitt was more forthcoming on what drew him to the project, stating, " I love just the basic concept of it - just the concept of personifying Dream, along with all of his brothers and sisters, the seven Endless personifying Death, personifying Destruction and Delirium and Destiny and Desire and Despair. I mean, that's just a fascinating and, I think, a really cinematic concept. You look at the art of Sandman, and it just looks spectacular. I love big, spectacular movies, but oftentimes big, spectacular movies sort of get stuck in a rut. They go down certain paths that end in big explosions or whatever. Sandman has so much opportunity to do something that's on a grand, grand scale, but really unlike your average big, grand-scale, spectacular movie. I guess that's the tip of the iceberg."

Talk then moved to Robert Rodriguez's Sin City: A Dame To Kill For and then concluded with whether Joseph would be open to starring in a Marvel Studios film? The Dark Knight Rises actor doesn't seem particularly opposed. "Yeah, I don't pay as much attention to the categories or genres of things. I pay attention to what the material is about. Does it resonate with me? Does it inspire me? Who are the collaborators? That kind of thing."

David S. Goyer (Batman vs Superman), who now appears to be something of a godfather for the budding DC Cinematic Universe, wrote the treatment/pitch for the film which got WB interested. It's unknown if he will write the actual script for The Sandman movie. It's also unconfirmed at present (but heavily rumored) that in addition to serving as producer, Levitt will also direct and star.
Read more at http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/movienewsandreviews/news/?a=92786#L65JySmVPVK0MU43.99
"Early days. Very, very early days," said Joseph Gordon-Levitt to IGN on the subject of The Sandman movie project that he's currently confirmed to produce. Not clear, is whether Levitt will also play the lead role of the Lord of Dreams. 'Lots of potential, but it's still very early," was all he would say on the possibility of playing the titular character. Levitt was more forthcoming on what drew him to the project, stating, " I love just the basic concept of it - just the concept of personifying Dream, along with all of his brothers and sisters, the seven Endless personifying Death, personifying Destruction and Delirium and Destiny and Desire and Despair. I mean, that's just a fascinating and, I think, a really cinematic concept. You look at the art of Sandman, and it just looks spectacular. I love big, spectacular movies, but oftentimes big, spectacular movies sort of get stuck in a rut. They go down certain paths that end in big explosions or whatever. Sandman has so much opportunity to do something that's on a grand, grand scale, but really unlike your average big, grand-scale, spectacular movie. I guess that's the tip of the iceberg."

Talk then moved to Robert Rodriguez's Sin City: A Dame To Kill For and then concluded with whether Joseph would be open to starring in a Marvel Studios film? The Dark Knight Rises actor doesn't seem particularly opposed. "Yeah, I don't pay as much attention to the categories or genres of things. I pay attention to what the material is about. Does it resonate with me? Does it inspire me? Who are the collaborators? That kind of thing."

David S. Goyer (Batman vs Superman), who now appears to be something of a godfather for the budding DC Cinematic Universe, wrote the treatment/pitch for the film which got WB interested. It's unknown if he will write the actual script for The Sandman movie. It's also unconfirmed at present (but heavily rumored) that in addition to serving as producer, Levitt will also direct and star.
Read more at http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/movienewsandreviews/news/?a=92786#L65JySmVPVK0MU43.9

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