Sunday, April 2, 2017

SF SATURDAY: AARON PAUL TO MAKE OLGA KURYLENKO'S 'ANDROID' IN NEW SF FILM! 'DANCE TO DEATH' DYSTOPIAN MOVIE TRAILER AND POSTER

  AARON PAUL TO LEAD 'ANDROID' 
SF FILM WITH OLGA KURYLENKO!
We're having a sf Saturday today, people, starting with the news coming from always lovely Aaron Paul who is getting an equally gorgeous and lovely wife in new sf thriller ANDROID! To be directed by Niall Johnson it will see Olga Kurylenko as his wife!
The story of the sf movie will begin on a lonely spaceship orbiting Neptune where a man, played by Aaron Paul, fulfils his dream to rebuild his dead wife, played by Olga Kurylenko, and their son as androids. But when the androids exceed his intentions and begin demanding a life of their own, his life is suddenly in danger and a battle of wits and strength ensues.

  'DANCE TO DEATH' TRAILER  
 FOR NEW SF EXTRAVAGANZA!
Over in Russia, a new English language trailer and poster have been released for sf action movie DANCE TO DEATH (Tantsy nasmert) which is out this month set in the 2070s Moscow. The old energy technologies, such as oil and coal, were lost decades ago during the nuclear war. But a new technology has been developed that converts the human body directly into energy, leaving behind only a flurry of gray ashes. In a sealed bunker in the post apocalyptic ruins of Moscow, young people struggle against each other in a deadly dancing tournament. The winners will live. The losers will be consumed for energy to power the city. One of the young people in the bunker is Kostya (Ivan Zhvakin), who was captured during a police raid and forced into the tournament. There he meets and falls in love with Anya (Lukerya Ilyashenko), the daughter of a high ranking official who has willingly offered herself to the tournament for the sake of the city. Who will survive?

18 comments:

  1. Still looks better than "Strictly".........

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    1. you mean Bruce Forsight wouldn't fit into this setting? The scandal!

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  2. If there's one thing SF movies have taught us viewers (but not movie studios) is that they always get the dates wrong. 2070's Moscow won't look like that. Better make that 3070's Moscow. No?

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    1. No, most of Moscow already looks like that. You might wanna check photos of Azerbaijan's Baku for example, it looks like space city

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    2. Will do.

      You're right.

      What's with the three fingers or petals or what are those buildings supposed to remind us of?

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    3. it is the land of everburning fire due to their oil resources and lava fields

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  3. Hi Dezmond. Me got a new blog. Only told 3 people about it. Hope I see you there :)

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  4. He'll always be the Breaking Bad guy for me!

    -Kati

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    1. Thankfully, I've never watched that one :)

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    2. It was one of my favorites. I did enjoy watching Aaron in it.

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  5. Dance to the Death seems very Hunger Games -ish. Android seems a bit interesting, but maybe just because I like Aaron Paul.

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    1. we like Olga too, they will be a very hot couple indeed

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  6. Damn those androids when they get their own perspectives and realize working for humans sucks eggs. Dance to Death has a cool premise. Though that poster lets me think of a low level Jupiter Ascending. The trailer got it's point across and seemed decent.

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    1. Liberals will probably fight more for the rights of androids than the human ones :)

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    2. Comment award of the day goes to you lol. Android lives matter ;)

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    3. much more than human ones indeed :) And you must not touch them or hurt them even if they try to eat you alive

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