Leonardo DiCaprio is producing a brand new tv collection based mostly on Aldous Huxley’s closing novel, in keeping with studies.
According to Variety, the Wolf of Wall Street-star is establishing a brand new tv collection adaptation of the creator’s lesser recognized closing work, Island. DiCaprio’s Appian Way is reportedly creating the collection alongside In Good Company Films.
Published in 1962, the novel is a counterpart to Huxley’s most well-known novel, Brave New World. That novel has just lately been tailored right into a tv collection within the US and is at the moment streaming on Peacock.
Island, in the meantime, follows a journalist shipwrecked on the fictional island of Pala within the Indian Ocean and follows the character’s discovery of the neighborhood on the unbiased island.
Earlier this 12 months, DiCaprio admitted years after his function in Christopher Nolan‘s sci-fi epic Inception, he’s simply as puzzled concerning the ending as audiences have been.
A current joint interview with Once Upon A Time… in Hollywood co-star Brad Pitt on Marc Maron’s WTF podcast hears DiCaprio reveal his shortcoming after Pitt speaks equally of Ad Astra. “I’m not going to explain it to you,” stated Pitt. “I can’t explain it either.”
DiCaprio took the cue to recollect his comparable emotions on Nolan’s undertaking. “That’s like Inception for me. What happened? I have no idea.”
‘You’re simply centered in your character, man. I do get entangled [with the story], however when it got here to Christopher Nolan and his thoughts and the way it was was all pieced collectively, everybody was making an attempt to continuously put that puzzle collectively.”
Last month (July 20), it was introduced that Nolan’s upcoming movie Tenet has now been faraway from Warner Bros’ calendar.
The anticipated sci-fi, which stars John David Washington and Robert Pattinson, was slated to hit cinemas worldwide on August 12 having already been moved again twice amid the coronavirus pandemic. However, the studio confirmed final month the movie had been delayed indefinitely though it plans to share a brand new launch date “imminently”.
British director Nolan has described Tenet, the follow-up to his 2017 battle epic Dunkirk, as an “event film”. Nolan, the thoughts behind Interstellar and Inception and the Dark Knight trilogy will reportedly debut the movie in IMAX format.