Neill Blomkamp is back with his latest sci-fi thriller, “District 10.” Neill’s first directorial debut was the Academy Award-nominated film “District 9,” which earned $210.8 million worldwide. District 10 is Neill’s second project in this genre and has been generating a lot of buzz since its announcement last week. In this blog post, we will break down what we know so far about Neill’s newest venture and share some speculation on what to expect from it when it releases next year!
What is the information related to Neill Blomkamp about district 10?
Neill Blomkamp made District 9, and It was a popular movie, and people liked it. He got four nominations for Best Picture of the Year – that means people really liked his movie. It made $212 million, which is seven times its production budget. Mr. Blomkamp has made some good movies, like Elysium and Chappie. He did not work on the other ones though. Now he wants to make movies about new things, which is ok because he is very good at making new things.
What can we expect from Neill Blomkamp about district 10?
Blomkamp is happy to make a sequel to his movie District 9. He knows that he will not make the same mistake as other people who made sequels. He will keep it small like before.
“I think the approach of the first film is correct; it’s just really a question of the script,” Blomkamp shares. “If there’s slightly more stuff happening in the script, then you need slightly more money. But I think it would still be as stripped-down and bare-bones as we could make it. That becomes more nimble and more creative, and personally, I like that.”
Blomkamp wanted to make a scary movie. He had time and money, so he made the movie called Demonic. It’s about a woman who meets her mother in a virtual world. Carly is looking for answers to why she and her mom don’t talk. She found some weird stuff, but it was all just dreams. She had a movie-like dream that she could change the past, but she didn’t know what she wanted to change about it.
What are the other details related to it?
District 9 writer and director Neill Blomkamp wants the sequel to be as stripped down and bare-bones as possible. While hints about a follow-up to the Academy Award-nominated sci-fi hit had been going around for a while, it wasn’t officially confirmed until February. The script for District 10 is still being written. It will be written by Blomkamp and Terri Tatchell. Sharlto Copley will be in it, too.