Joseph Kosinski’s latest film, Oblivion, may be one of a slew of big- budget sci-fi films to hit theatres in 2013 – a year that includes Pacific Rim, After Earth and Elysium - but after getting a first look at the film’s trailer a few weeks ago, it’s safe to say that the director’s follow up to Tron: Legacy should stand out from its competition.
Any film that offers an original take on a post-apocalyptic tale, strikingly rich visuals or Tom Cruise in the central role will generate buzz – and fortunately for Kosinski, his film has all three. The director recently talked about how the film has developed since its inception back in 2005, the state-of-the-art cameras that were used to create truly breathtaking images -and of course, working with Tom Cruise.
- Daniel Johnson
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