A Pair of (Potential) New Projects for Sam Raimi

by | July 2, 2007 | Comments

And interestingly enough, both of ’em are high-concept sci-fi movies that’d probably fit Mr. Raimi to a tee.

According to Latino Review, Sam Raimi is being offered two different projects for his "Spider-Man 3" follow-up. One is an adaptation of Whitley Streiber‘s "The Grays," which tells the story of a "universal" United Nations that keeps itself hidden on Earth. Neato.

The second project is presently called "No Man’s Land," and producer Walter Parkes describes the package as "War of the Worlds meets Chinatown." Now there’s an interesting combination. FX wiz Rick Baker is already at work on "No Man’s Land," which might have to change its title to something less generic if they want people to remember it. (Plus it’s been used a few times before.)

Whatever Raimi chooses for his next flick, you can definitely read about it here.

Source: Latino Review

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