When the World’s End is coming out in the UK: the first preview
By James MacRaeThe first trailer for The World’s end, the film that will kick off a new wave of science fiction films, will be released in the U.K. on June 26.
It’s part of the wider theatrical release of the film by the UK film production company BFI, which is headed by producer and director of the Prometheus franchise Gareth Edwards.
It will be followed by a theatrical release in the States on June 28, with a U.S. release following on June 29.
The film is the first film in the Prometheus series, a cinematic exploration of humanity’s most extraordinary technological breakthroughs and discoveries since the end of the 19th century.
And Edwards has a pretty good track record with sci-fi films: he directed the first Prometheus movie, 2012’s Prometheus, which debuted at the Venice Film Festival and earned a solid $80 million worldwide.
It also received a Best Picture Oscar nomination.
“We have been working on this for a while,” Edwards told The Verge.
“I’ve been in the business for 35 years, and this is the only film I’ve ever directed that has grossed over $100 million worldwide and won the Academy Award.
Edwards says the story of The World is ending is set in the year 2200, about a thousand years before the story starts in the film. “
And we’ve been lucky in the same way as the other producers and directors who have worked with us.”
Edwards says the story of The World is ending is set in the year 2200, about a thousand years before the story starts in the film.
The new film is set around the time of the first known human contact, in the aftermath of the Great Flood, and the Earth’s history, including the rise of humanity and the development of the human mind.
“This is a really important film because it’s the first time we’ve got a look at how humanity has evolved over the past few hundred years, so we know what kind of world we’re living in,” Edwards said.
“It’s also really exciting because it shows how far the human race has come in terms of science and technology.
It is a big step forward in human history.”
Edwards is working on a sequel to the Prometheus film, The End, that will be shot entirely in 3D.
In the meantime, the studio is continuing to develop a new series of films, and Edwards has said he’s also been thinking about bringing back the “Golden Age of Science Fiction,” a time when the science fiction genre flourished.
“In the past 25 years, I’ve got to say the Golden Age of Sci-Fi has been the most exciting time in the history of science,” Edwards explained.
It was about the dawn of the Space Age, and then a little bit later it turned out the Earth was warming and we were going to be in space, so it’s been really exciting to be involved with.” “
The first one that I did, Prometheus, was a lot about the human future.
It was about the dawn of the Space Age, and then a little bit later it turned out the Earth was warming and we were going to be in space, so it’s been really exciting to be involved with.”
The first Prometheus film opened in the United States on August 17, 2013.
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