Spielberg plans to make another sci-fi movie based on a controversial physic theory
The brilliant movie-director seems to find himself fond of the quest for outer space. Steven Spielberg is now on his way to direct new sci-fi movie, with Lynda Obst as the producer. This time, the story goes with a group of space traveler having their journey through the wormhole and another dimension.
The intriguing point of this movie is that Spielberg based the story on the controversial wormholes theory by a Caltech physicist whose expertise is in relativity, Kip S. Thorne. The theory itself explains the possibility of existence of the wormholes and its accessibility to be a time-travel portal. It does sound promising and challenging for the highly imaginative Spielberg.
However, this next silver screen plan is still in its raw stage: there has been no script made, nor any list to fill in the casts; and, still, untitled. Spielberg himself is still having "Indiana Jones 4 and a movie about Abraham Lincoln, which sets Liam Neeson as the charismatic president.