20th Century Fox has activated the official website for its sci-fi adventure "Jumper" where visitors can learn more about the movie.
Finally the "Jumper" gets a place on the net to stop by. 20th Century Fox as the company producing the movie has smoothly brought up the official site for the flick online, presenting handfuls of features to check out.
Not only provides info about the film's characters, the site also allows the visitors to get the initial official wallpaper as well as to view first four production photos of the picture. More interestingly, it also posts explanations about jumpers and their hunters, known as Paladins, who are told to have evolved into an elite organization of warrior-like individuals in the present day.
Based on the Steven Gould sci-fi novel of the same name set for a February 15, 2008 release, "Jumper" initially had actors Tom Sturridge and Teresa Palmer to play the leading roles of David Rice and Millie Harris, but later replaced the two with Hayden Christensen and Rachel Bilson, respectively. Filming was carried in Canada, Tokyo, and most notably, in Rome's Colosseum where the crew was required to keep equipment off the ground by using harnesses and to rely on natural light for shooting the scenes.