Making the jump from one section of filmmaking to another can be more than just difficult – for some, it’s disastrous. And yet, the call of heading one’s own movie continues to drive writers, producers, and cinematographers into the director’s chair. Wally Pfister – the Academy Award-winning cinematographer behind nearly all of Christopher Nolan’s movies – is only the latest example of the trend, heading up the upcoming science fiction film Transcendence.
The potentially ambitious Transcendence has already started assembling a great cast and looks to begin full production in April of 2013. We now know exactly when the finished product will make its way to the public – just over a year after the start of said production.
Coming Soon reports that Transcendence will see widespread release on April 25th, 2014. While this does ...
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