Tuesday, March 27, 2018

FAMILY MONDAY: DELIGHTFUL 'ZOO' WW2 BABY ELEPHANT RESCUE MISSION TRAILER AND POSTER! JAMES SMYTHE'S 'I STILL DREAM' DYSTOPIAN YA NOVEL TO BE TURNED INTO TV SERIES BY CARNIVAL

   'I STILL DREAM'
CARNIVAL TO TURN JAMES SMYTHE'S NOVEL INTO SERIES
Harper Collins released the book last week
Downton Abbey, Last Kingdom and Jamestown producers Carnival Films are set to turn dystopian novel I STILL DREAM by James Smythe into a TV series. It follows 17 year old Laura Bow who has invented a rudimentary artificial intelligence Organon. At first it’s intended to be a sounding board for her teenage frustrations, a surrogate best friend; but as she grows older, Organon grows with her. As the world becomes a very different place, technology changes the way we live, love and die; massive corporations develop rival intelligences to Laura’s, ones without safety barriers or morals; and Laura is forced to decide whether to share her creation with the world. If it falls into the wrong hands, she knows, its power could be abused. But what if Organon is the only thing that can stop humanity from hurting itself irreparably?

  DELIFHTFUL 'ZOO' TRAILER
FRIENDSHIP LARGER THAN LIFE
The movie is out in Europe this June
And a delightful family movie trailer for you today: out this June in cinemas ZOO is a family adventure movie based on a true story. Directed and written by Colin McIvor, with the cast that includes British acting legends Penelope Wilton and Toby Jones, the movie sees young Art Parkinson playing lttle Tom who, together with his misfit friends, fights to save 'Buster' the baby elephant during the German air raid bombings of Belfast in 1941. Samuel Goldwyn has secured rights for USA so it will hit North American cinemas this year as well.

8 comments:

  1. Zoo looks wonderful but I bet it has its sad parts!

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    1. We will riot if the little olyphant dies in the end, God forbid...

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  2. I don't think we'll have to riot. I am sure Zoo will be very touching and will have us ugly crying happy tears at the end.

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    1. hopefully, the similar thing happened when Allies bombed Belgrade at the beginning of the WW2 even though we were against Nazis. Our ZOO was bombed too and animals roamed the devastated streets. Crocodile Muyo who was alive then, is still very much alive in the very same ZOO :) Croconiles live eternally unless an enemy eats them or kills them.

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  3. Zoo looks like something I can enjoy together with my kids..

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  4. 'I Still Dream' adaptation is probably going to be a success, if Downtown Abbey producer is behind it.

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    1. I do love Carnival Productions, they're always very dedicated, adore their Last Kingdom and Jamestown!

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