Sunday, June 12, 2011


  • LOST IN 1952

Damon Lindelof is finally gaining recognition and reward for the show that he produced, Lost, by signing a seven-figure deal to script and produced a big budget film for Disney.

Damon Lindelof
Deadline has the report on the project, a "large-scale film that can play to a family audience." The film has a working title of 1952, though no other details have been let loose from loose lips yet.

The plan is to go multi-platform with this project. Meaning, Movie, TV show (probably animated), Books, and so forth.

Since Lost, Lindelof has had a hand in Cowboys & Aliens (with fellow J.J. Abrams alumni Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci), he rewrote Ridley Scott's Alien prequel, that eventually turned into Prometheus (Nothing to do with Alien), and he's back with Kurtzman and Orci for Star Trek 2 as well. The Disney film won't start cooking until after the Trek script is done.

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