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Calling it 'absurd', a NASA scientist says, 'The film-makers took advantage of public worries about the so-called end of the world as apparently predicted by the Mayans of Central America.'
FX Network, known to have purchased the TV rights to many box office movies, has acquired the ones for '2012' and 'Zombieland'.
The doomsday movie knocks off former champion Michael Jackson's documentary 'This Is It' with 225 million dollars in global ticket sales.
'The movie talks about the varied reactions people have in the face of disaster and who should survive. ...The TV show could carry on all that,' director said.
The black carpet rolled out in front of Regal Cinemas LA Live greets the oncoming celebrities like Adam Lambert, Amanda Peet, John Cusack, Camilla Belle and Jason Biggs.
Producers and VFX supervisors Marc Weigert and Volker Engel talk about the difficulties they face when they have to destroy the Sin City.
Being the man who predicts the end of the world, Woody Harrelson's Charlie Frost is being approached by John Cusack's Jackson Curtis who wants to know what exactly will happen in Los Angeles.
Director Roland Emmerich spills in recent interview that he and his screenwriting partner Dean Devlin are set to do a sequel to his 1996 sci-fi, but won't do it without original star Will Smith.
The visual effect crew talk about the challenges they faced when they are required to make a believable tsunami that sweeps even the highest peak of the Himalayas.
Making their way to safety by all means possible, John Cusack and his family watch as the city of Los Angeles comes down into a rubble.
A two-minute sequence from Roland Emmerich's global disaster movie will air simultaneously on 450 TV outlets in North America, followed with extended five-minute scene on Comcast On Demand.
Get to see at the drastic measures taken by John Cusack's Jackson Curtis when the aircraft he and several other survivors boarded gets out of control.