New Line’s reteaming with Walden Media and ContraFilm for a sequel to “Journey to the Center of the Earth.”
The sequel’s based on Richard Outten’s script “Mysterious Travels: The Lost Map of Treasure Island,” in which Prof. Trevor Anderson and his nephew embark on a journey to a mysterious island that was the subject of three classic novels (Jules Verne’s “Mysterious Island,” Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Treasure Island” and Jonathan Swift’s “Gulliver’s Travels”).
“Journey to the Center of the Earth,” starring Brendan Fraser and Josh Hutcherson, was a strong summer performer last year with $101 million domestically and another $140 million overseas. The film was shot in live action, but the landscapes and creatures were generated with high-definition, photo-real 3-D technology.
New Line and Walden co-financed that project. Eric Brevig, who directed “Journey” but has not yet committed to helm “Mysterious Travels,” is working with Outten to develop the script for the sequel. Visual effects vet Charlotte Huggins and ContraFilm’s Beau Flynn and Tripp Vinson will reprise their roles as producers.
Fraser and Hutcherson have not yet signed on for the sequel.
i soooo hope josh is in it!!!
YA that would be great
Me an my dad were hoping that Josh and Brendon..
we were hoping that they were gonna be in it… 🙂
Awesome!!!!! I thought it was going to be the lost city of Atlantis? Because I saw Brendan give Josh a book at the end of Journey that said Atlantis.
O well, I am sure it is going to be an awesome any way! 🙂
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Gallant me gustaria to know yourself but I cannot go to america this one very far from españa and only I am 14 years old. You dire something in Spanish you voi to saying hello that such:
¿hola que tal? soy la niña de antes española