What are the odds? | The Borgen Project | The Post
Posted November 10, 2018 10:13:18 The odds of the Borgen project being realized are slim to none, but there’s still hope that the futuristic sci-fi thriller starring the likes of Benedict Cumberbatch and Natalie Portman could turn into a blockbuster.
The film’s producer, Martin Scorsese, is currently in negotiations to helm the project, which is also based on the novel by Norwegian author Jorg Haagen and is being described as “one of the most ambitious science fiction movies ever made.”
Haagen has previously worked with the film’s director, Jóhann Jónsdóttir, on the short film “The Red Planet,” which will be released in theaters this month.
The sci-Fi film is the third film to be developed by the company that brought us “The Big Bang Theory” and “Scrubs,” which was based on a book of the same name.
While it’s possible that the project will be a bit more conventional in terms of the story and setting, Scorsite is still in the process of developing his own vision of the future, and he has already expressed his excitement for the project.
“We are very excited to work with Martin Scorese on the Borgens,” Haagen told The Associated Press in an email.
“The Borgens is a film that is both a sci-fic and a fantasy story.
Both have to do with the possibility of the merging of human and alien life, and both have to explore the possibilities of artificial intelligence.
We are very much looking forward to the next phase of our collaboration, and to bringing ‘The Borgen’ to life.”
Haag also teased that the film would not feature a female lead, and that the story would center around the “power of the brain,” as opposed to a female protagonist.
The filmmaker has previously stated that the goal is to give viewers a chance to experience the Borg, and has said that he and Scorsita are “totally committed to it.”
Haager has previously said that it was important for him to work on “Borgen,” in which the protagonist, Eve, is “a human being,” and has gone on to explain that he was inspired by the novel because he had a similar experience working on “The Matrix.”
He also explained that the Borges were created by humans who were trying to build a perfect artificial intelligence, and added that “humans are capable of a lot of crazy stuff.”
The project is set in a world where a Borg will be able to control the flow of neural impulses.
The character is also able to communicate with other Borgs, but in a limited capacity, which the film calls “a limited intelligence.”
Haaga said he has not yet determined a plot for the film, but that he is working on a screenplay and is currently looking at different ways of making the Borgs a “powerful, intelligent” species.
“I think the Borg will always be a mystery, because we are not sure how they work, but we will try to create a narrative that allows the audience to experience what they see and feel in the movie,” Haaga added.
“They are very interesting, and we are interested in how the audience will respond to them.
But we will have to see what happens next.”
Haagan and Scorosita are currently in the midst of working on the screenplay for the movie, which they are currently filming in Iceland.
The director previously expressed his interest in the project in an interview with The Guardian, saying, “I would love to do something like this with the Borg.
Haagar’s involvement with the project has drawn the interest of Warner Bros. and Paramount, who are both pursuing the film in a similar vein. “
It’s a long way away from the film I had in mind for the Borg and I think the studio would be very pleased to have us on board.”
Haagar’s involvement with the project has drawn the interest of Warner Bros. and Paramount, who are both pursuing the film in a similar vein.
“A lot of studios want to do this and I’m interested in that as well,” Haag told The Guardian.
“Hopefully I can be a part of that.”
Haags previous work includes “Scream,” “The Hunger Games,” “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” “Pusher,” “Scary Movie 4,” “Roots,” “Dune” and more.
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