A seemingly call sheet for the top-secret monster movie containing its ending has been posted on New York Magazine.
If the info is proven true, there's no doubt that "1-18-08" will lose its greatest secret of all.
Report coming from New York Magazine startlingly reveals that it has discovered what looks like to be an ending for the top-secret monster movie during a visit to the film's set in Manhattan this week.
One of the magazine's editors was said to be handed a call sheet for "day 33 of 33" shooting dated Monday, August 6, 2007 which contained what could be the final scene of the movie. According to the sheet, the scene had Rob and Beth, played by Michael Stahl-David and Odette Yustman, respectively, take refuge under a bridge in Central Park where they "ignore the chaos, focus on each other."
Though quite sure that the call sheet is not a planted fake, the magazine was careful to note that the ending might be only for the movie's Central Park sequence and not the entire film. It further informed, based on the sheet, that production was shooting a few exteriors on Tuesday, August 7 before finally wrapped up on the day after.
Produced by J.J. Abrams for Paramount Pictures, "1-18-08" had garnered numerous speculations regarding the story prior to its plot revelation which tells about a small group of people struggling to survive a monster attack in Manhattan. Various papers like USA Today, The Star Ledger, and The Guardian once came up with the possibilities of the film being based on the works of H.P. Lovecraft, a live-action adaptation of "Voltron", a new film about Godzilla, or a spin-off of the TV show "Lost" which Abrams co-created.