The Timur Bekmambetov (‘Wanted’, ‘Night Watch’) produced ‘Apollo 18’ is the latest in a line of new upcoming sci-fi horror’s basing around the ‘found-footage’ concept. It was due to hit theatres on 4 March 2011 but now reportedly it has now been pushed back a little to 22 April according to Dimension Films and the The Weinstein Company. The flick will be helmed by Spanish director Gonzalo López-Gallego, from a script by Brian Miller and Cory Goodman. You can check out the teaser one-sheet below.
“A film about the real mission to space in the 1970’s that was canceled by NASA.”
Visit the new official ‘Apollo 18’ website here.
‘Apollo 18’, as mentioned, will now land stateside on 22 April 2011.
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