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Brad Pitt is set to battle extraterrestrials in the Bermuda Triangle, after securing the movie rights to a new video game. Pitt's Plan B production company has signed a deal with gaming company Capcom to take Dark Void to the big screen. The actor intends to take the lead role of a pilot who crash lands in a parallel world where he must fight off alien invaders. Dark Void the game is due to launch in January 2010, with the movie scheduled to follow, reports Daily Variety.
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50 Cent's Thoughts on UFO's And Aliens In Movies
Titanic director James Cameron is convinced lusty male film fans will fall in love with Zoe Saldana as a 10-foot tall blue alien in his new movie Avatar - because he has created the perfect imaginary woman. The pioneering moviemaker used the very latest camera technology to turn actors and actresses into fantasy beings in his alien love story - and he's particularly pleased with the way Saldana's character came out.
Cameron says, "Right from the beginning I said, 'She's got to have tits... (and) I came up with this free-floating lion's mane-like array of feathers, and we strategically lit and angled shots to not draw attention to her breasts, but they're right there.
"The animation uses a a physics-based sim that takes into consideration gravity, air, movement and the momentum of her hair, her top."
And there's one scene in particular in which Saldana's character, Neytiri, reveals a nipple that will excite film fans when the film eventually hits DVD - because it was deemed too revealing for a PG-13 rated film. The director tells Playboy magazine, "We had a shot in which Neytiri falls into a specific position, and because she is lit by orange firelight, it lights up the nipples.
"That was good except we're going for a PG-13 rating, so we wound up having to fix it. We'll have to put it on the special edition DVD; it will be a collector's item." (KL/PL/IG)
Official Avatar Movie also starring Michelle Rodriguez and Sigourney Weaver
He said: "I read a lot of science fiction because I just want to get away from what's going on at the time, I read fantasy books. Like things about different planets and other worlds. It's interesting how often they've made films with aliens in them and it has to come from somewhere.
"Why do I keep seeing the aliens landing on earth in films? I believe something is going on that they ain't telling us!"
He added: "I've never seen a UFO. I'm crazy enough to be putting what I've said out there. People will be seeing this about UFOs and stuff and thinking '50 getting high!'"
When 50 isn't flirting with women or reading books he goes on youtube to watch UFO videos like the one above.
Aliens via BobLazar.com
Matt Damon's dreams of playing real-life alien expert Bob Lazar are back on - a new biopic about the scientist has been greenlighted. Damon was reportedly onboard to play Lazar four years ago when movie executives at New Line were hoping to turn his life story and his recollections of working at S4, a secret military base located at Papoose Lake in Nevada, into a movie, but film plans stalled. Now Curmudgeon Films - the company behind Cameron Diaz's movie My Sister's Keeper - has taken over the project and Kenneth Yakkel is adapting TV interviews Lazar conducted with Las Vegas reporter George Knapp for the movie.
A spokesman for the project says, "2009 marks the 20th anniversary of Lazar's amazing account of back engineering one of nine alien flying saucers recovered by the U.S. military.
Sportmodel via Bob Lazar.com
"Threats on his (Lazar) life forced him to go public with the story. The film is based on his amazing eyewitness accounts of working at S4.
"Matt Damon would be at the top of our list to play Lazar. I had heard he was interested in it years ago when New Line was going to do the Lazar story."