The war from tomorrow begins today….next Thursday at the latest….or now….whenever is good for you really.
From the makers of Legend of the Alleyman comes the highly ambitious Sci-fi actioner The War From Tomorrow. The highly anticipated movie that does not star Chris Pratt and isn’t available on Amazon, had a difficult time making it to the big screen. In The War From Tomorrow, worlds and timelines collide in a last ditch attempt to save the world from devastation.
While plot details remain under wraps, the $350 million budgeted four hour epic started filming back in 2019, but after filming just a single frame they were shut down as after barely a day on set they were already six months behind and more than $500 million over budget.
While it remains a mystery how that’s even possible, the key take home here is the producers of the movie signed up for a reasonably priced membership to a stock footage website and made the bizzare decision to complete the movie using stock footage. In a year that has seen the way TV and films are made and watched has changed, a feature film made from stock footage sounds like it might just be crazy enough to work. The War From Tomorrow is released on NotReallyAFlix on August 32nd .
Oh, wait a second, I’ve just been informed that this is actually a trailer made from those occasionally inventive folks over at The Stock Footage Sketch Show. Which is a Sketch Show series made from stock footage. Well, I’ve written this post now so……