Regizorul Alex Proyas (I, Robot) s-a apucat sa faca o adaptare dupa trilogia nuvelelor despre Tripozi a lui John Christopher, prima carte fiind The White Mountains.

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Nuvela este despre un copil care creste intr-o lume post-apocaliptica guvernata de roboti gigantici cu trei picioare care au pus stapanire peste toata lumea controland populatia cu ajutorul mintii.

Alex Proyas, care a facut si Dark City, a spus celor de la Sci-Fi Wire ca scenariul avanseaza.

“That’s something that I read when I was exactly the right age, which was about 11 or 12,”

spune Proyas celor de la  Sci-Fi Wire, explicand interesul sau in acest proiect.

“It’s virtually a coming-of-age story with alien invaders. So that really struck a nerve with me as a kid, and it’s haunted me: the notion of these creatures sort of capping us and putting these kind of mind-control probes on us to kind of indoctrinate us into the world of adults. I always found that a really powerful notion, so that’s always been something that I’ve wanted to explore in those stories.”

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The director behind I, Robot is tackling another kind of machine – alien technology, in an upcoming adaptation of author John Christopher’s Tripods Trilogy first book The White Mountains. The novel is a coming of age story about a child growing up in a post-apocalyptic world governed by giant three-legged machines who rule over everything and keep the population under control through mind controlling “caps” placed on children right around the time they come of age.

Alex Proyas, who most people would rather remember for Dark City than I, Robot, told Sci-Fi Wire that the script is moving into a second draft right now.

“That’s something that I read when I was exactly the right age, which was about 11 or 12,”

Proyas told Sci-Fi Wire, explaining his interest in the project.

“It’s virtually a coming-of-age story with alien invaders. So that really struck a nerve with me as a kid, and it’s haunted me: the notion of these creatures sort of capping us and putting these kind of mind-control probes on us to kind of indoctrinate us into the world of adults. I always found that a really powerful notion, so that’s always been something that I’ve wanted to explore in those stories.”

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