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August 31 2008

New Project with Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion? Slither writer-director James Gunn recently twittered tweeted about a new project and says that both Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk are "involved."

More on the project some other James Gunn project which he subsequently said was *not* the Tudyk/Fillion project, which sounds kind of like Saw, can be found here.

The Belcoo Experiment is a script I wrote on spec. It’s an ultra-violent thriller with a lot of action. It has to do with a group of 83 American expatriates who work in a building in Sao Paulo, Brazil. At the beginning of what is at first a regular, boring day, walls close up around the building, trapping them inside. A voice emits over the speaker system, forcing them through a series of murderous moral decisions.

Nathan Fillion,(...) Alan Tudyk, Terra Naomi, (...) Michael Rosenbaum,...

I'm in.

which sounds kind of like Saw

Ok, that's not good on my book. But I'm still in.

a group of 83 American expatriates who work in a building in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Starting to save money right NOW 'cause if they come here to shoot in São Paulo, I'll HAVE TO go there and find Nathan and Alan!
James twittered again today and has stated that it is NOT the Belcoo Experiment.
This sounds awesome. Slither was great, and I know Alan works well with Nathan so only good can come of this.
James twittered again today and has stated that it is NOT the Belcoo Experiment.


Ahhhh... There goes my chance to search for Nathan in São Paulo!
You guys really ought to become members at jgas.org. That is where James posts a lot of firsthand information for the members of his Appreciation Society. As far as I know, Belcoo is on hold indefinitely. This new one though, he keeps torturing us at Twitter with veiled references about it (bastard).
Wow, that does sound kind of like Saw. Which is not a plus.

But with Nathan and Alan involved, I might just have to watch it. Hmm.
GVH, other comments above reveal that the Nathan/Alan project is NOT the "sounds kind of like Saw" script.
D'oh! I hate it when I fail to notice the details in the fine print. *blushes*
After watching the youtube Dragon Con vid, I was thunkin that some big power-that-be should do the bleedin' obvious and put these guys in a show together. (...Ok, another show together). If this comes to be, then get those chest nuts roasting on an open fire, 'cause it'll be Christmas over at my house.
Ah, so they do bix. Jeez, I must have had my stupid hat on when posting that :).

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