Bad Robot releases mysterious “Stranger” trailer

nanlawsketch:

Olivia/Fauxlivia
My “Fringe” print for the Gallery 1988 Bad Robot show which opens this Friday.

nanlawsketch:

Olivia/Fauxlivia

My “Fringe” print for the Gallery 1988 Bad Robot show which opens this Friday.

pardeemonster:

I (Clover)feel pretty good about this mural being finished! Me x Bad Robot x Gallery 1988.

pardeemonster:

I (Clover)feel pretty good about this mural being finished! Me x Bad Robot x Gallery 1988.

jgdillard:

We did the Harlem Shake at Bad Robot today.

I am Darth Vader.

And Bad Robot’s Harlem Shake.

filmthrasher:

With the announcement earlier this week, many fans have been wondering just why it will take so long to see Hank Pym hit the big screen as Ant-Man will not be making its way to theaters until November 2015. Though he’s currently at work on the comedy The World’s End with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, everything previously seemed lined up for a possible 2014 bow to get in just under the wire before The Avengers 2.

But earlier this summer Wright also committed himself to directing another project: a top secret sci-fi project calledCollider that is being executive produced by J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot banner. Now, it seems 2013 will be the year to get the project on track as new intel reports that cameras will begin to roll next week.

The company behind Lost, Alias, Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol and Super 8 has just released a cool, free iPhone app called Action Movie FX that allows users to shoot a short scene on your phone or tablet and then layer in a big explosion, attack or crash just like in a movie.

jgdillard:

Christmas time at the office.  (Taken with instagram)

Looks like Bad Robot’s Christmas tree was made by the monster from Super 8.

jgdillard:

Christmas time at the office. (Taken with instagram)

Looks like Bad Robot’s Christmas tree was made by the monster from Super 8.

Vulture did some investigative journalism and got the plot details. Sounds killer.

Insiders familiar with the trailer tell us that it shows a bunch of kids who are shooting a movie with a Super 8 camera in the seventies or eighties. When they develop the film, they notice that there’s an alien creature in the frame. Our sources also say that Super 8 is absolutely connected to 2008’sCloverfield (possibly a prequel, but not a sequel).