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Fincher e Brad insieme hanno dato vita a quello che è uno dei miei film preferiti, quindi non posso che esserne elettrizzato da questa eventualità smile.gif

Però avevo capito che Brad Pitt si ritirava dalla carriera a breve!


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David Fincher Courting Brad Pitt for 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA as Disney Weighs Greenlight Decision
by Adam Chitwood Posted: October 18th, 2012 at 4:25 pm




http://collider.com/brad-pitt-david-finche...the-sea/204588/

After the one-two punch of The Social Network and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, director David Fincher has taken his time in choosing his next feature project. He helmed the first couple of episodes of the new Netflix series House of Cards with Kevin Spacey, but with modest box office returns on Dragon Tattoo the follow-up adaptation has been slow-going. Fincher has a number of options on his plate at the moment, but he’s been pretty passionate about getting his 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea remake off the ground for the past couple of years.

Now it looks like there’s finally some movement on 20,000 Leagues, as Fincher is courting frequent collaborator Brad Pitt to lead the project as sailor Ned Land while Disney decides whether to greenlight the film. Hit the jump for more details.

Variety reports that, while Fincher waits for a draft of the The Girl Who Played with Fire script by Steven Zaillian, Disney has put a three-month hold on the filmmaker to see if 20,000 Leagues can get off the ground. The project doesn’t yet have a greenlight, but Disney is now deciding whether to move forward with the redo as they work on a budget. They’ve asked Fincher (who’s anxious to direct again) to hold off on pursuing other projects in the meantime. The conversation has turned to casting, and the director is looking to put Pitt in the role of Ned Land, who was played by Kirk Douglas in the original 1954 adaptation of the Jules Verne novel. An older A-lister will likely play the story’s anti-hero Captain Nemo.

Pitt is taking some time to mull over his future projects as he finishes up reshoots on World War Z and work on Ridley Scott’s The Counselor, so his schedule is pretty open at the moment. He and Fincher are longtime friends, so I wouldn’t be shocked if the deal went through making this their fourth film together after Seven, Fight Club, and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.

Last we heard on 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Fincher had brought on Seven scribe Andrew Kevin Walker to do some rewrite work on Scott Z. Burns’ script. He has long stated that the film would be shot in 3D and probably 70% comprised of CG, so it’s no small undertaking. Fincher is one of the truly great filmmakers working today, and I can’t help but feel a little giddy at the prospect of him bringing to life a big-budget adventure remake of 20,000 Leagues. Hopefully we hear more firm word soon as Disney mulls over the project, but I’m all for a re-team of Pitt and Fincher.


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Ragazzi, dita incrociate!!!!
Pare che Brad Pitt sia interessato al progetto!!
http://collider.com/brad-pitt-20000-league...fincher/214234/

Brad Pitt Says He’d Love to Reteam with David Fincher on 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA
by Adam Chitwood Posted: November 28th, 2012 at 10:26 am





Those hoping for another Brad Pitt/David Fincher collaboration in the near future have reason to keep their fingers crossed. Fincher has been developing a big-budget remake of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea at Disney for quite some time, and last month we reported that the Mouse House was set to take a close look at the project for greenlight consideration while Fincher was courting Pitt for a lead role. Now Pitt himself has spoken up about the prospect, and he sounds enthusiastic about teaming up with his Fight Club director for a fourth time. Hit the jump to see what he had to say.

Speaking with MTV, Pitt was asked if he would be joining Fincher’s 20,000 Leagues redo:

“I’d love to I mean, he’s my man. He’s got a great take on it. That’s just gonna be about schedule and time allocation, but he’s my man.”

It’s no secret that Pitt and Fincher are close friends, and I’m fascinated by the prospect of Fincher taking on a large-scale adventure project. The director previously stated that the film would be shot in 3D and would probably 70% comprised of CG, and the role that Fincher has earmarked for Pitt is apparently that of Ned Land who was played by Kirk Douglas in the 1954 adaptation. Seven scribe Andrew Kevin Walker penned the most recent draft of the script, so should scheduling work out with Pitt this would make for a fun reunion of sorts from the team behind the serial killer classic.

Pitt is finishing up reshoots on World War Z at the moment but currently isn’t firmly attached to anything for his next project. I imagine the scheduling also depends on what Angelina Jolie has coming up, but I sincerely hope things come together for this one.

Check out the video interview with MTV below, which is a great watch.


Cosa aspetta la Disney a dare l'OK?? Regista, sceneggiatore e attore di Seven, una storia nota, nuovo approccio, tanta CGI... sulla carta è un successo assicurato!


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messaggio 29/11/2012, 12:55
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Incrocio anche le dita dei piedi! pray.gif


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messaggio 29/11/2012, 13:49
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e Angelina e figli sicuramente metteranno una buona parola, perchè si sono trovati semplicemente da Dio a lavorare con la Disney sul set di Maleficent...coccolati e viziati smile.gif ...non mi sorprenderei se qualcuno di loro figurasse anche in questo film wink.gif ...


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http://www.badtaste.it/articoli/scott-z-bu...a-delle-scimmie

Lo sceneggiatore Scott Z. Burns - in occasione della promozione del suo ultimo lavoro Side Effects - ha aggiornato sullo sviluppo di 20.000 Leghe Sotto i Mari, progetto a cui David Fincher è legato da anni, svelando che la situazione al momento è piuttosto in certa:

Non so a che punto siano, ma lo script è fantastico, ho adorato il libro. Credo di aver fatto un bel lavoro assieme a David. Ammetto però di aver fatto qualche passo falso, costringendo David a ingaggiare Andrew Kevin per dare una sistemata, ma non ho ancora letto la sua stesura. Parliamo pur sempre di chi ha scritto Se7en, dopo tutto! Sean mi ha detto di esserne molto soddisfatto. Credo che al momento David sia impegnato a decidere il budget del film. Da grande fan del cinema, adorerei vedere Fincher alle prese con un progetto di tale portata, sarebbe meraviglioso



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L'Australia vuole offrire ricchi incentivi alla Disney per accaparrarsi le riprese del film; la Disney risponde che è pronta a partire con la pre-produzione appena questi incentivi saranno certi.


Australia Boosts Incentive To Lure Disney’s ‘20,000 Leagues Under The Sea’

Arts Minister Simon Crean has told Disney executives he hopes to finalize a $12.2 million payment to persuade the studio to shoot David Fincher’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Down Under. At a meeting in Canberra today Crean told Tony To, Disney Exec VP Production, he aimed to make an offer within two weeks after he secures the support of the Queensland and NSW Governments. Disney has said the film is ready to go into pre-production once the incentive is firm. Crean’s spokesman tells Deadline the government is looking at a one-off payment that would bring the 16.5% location offset to 30%, as it did to secure The Wolverine to Sydney. Disney would utilize the Village Roadshow Studios on the Gold Coast and locations in Sydney. Locations marketing agency Ausfilm has been lobbying the government to hike the rebate to 30% permanently to offset the strong Oz dollar versus the greenback and to be competitive with other destinations. Apart from The Wolverine and The Great Gatsby (technically an Australian production), big budget Hollywood fare has bypassed Australia in the past couple of years.


http://www.deadline.com/2013/02/australia-...-under-the-sea/


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Bhe per quanto mi riguarda se nel progetto resta legato Fincher, l'importante è che se ne continui a parlare. Poi possono girarlo anche in capo al mondo o dietro casa, basta che lo facciano e che lui sia il regista!!!!!!!!!!


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Da BadTaste:
Dopo l'aggiornamento di ieri relativo a 20.000 Leghe Sotto i Mari di David Fincher incentrato sull'abbandono del progetto - cui comunque non era ancora ufficialmente collegato - da parte di Brad Pitt e sul fatto che la Disney potrebbe risparmiare una considerevole cifra grazie agli sgravi fiscali offerti dal governo australiano se il film verrà girato da quelle parti, The Playlist riporta un rumor decisamente interessante sul possibile rimpiazzo dell'attore di Fight Club e di World War Z.

Fra i vari attori che il filmmaker starebbe prendendo in considerazione, ci sarebbe anche quello del sempre più lanciato Channing Tatum (21 Jump Street, Magic Mike).

Naturalmente, si tratta di una voce ancora priva di qualsiasi conferma, quindi, come da prassi, continueremo a tenervi aggiornati in merito...


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Pare che Pitt sia fuori dai giochi:

http://collider.com/david-fincher-channing...-under-the-sea/
David Fincher Looking at Channing Tatum to Possibly Star in 20,000 LEAGUES as Brad Pitt Passes; Might Not Direct HOUSE OF CARDS Season 2
by Adam Chitwood Posted: February 15th, 2013 at 2:07 pm





Fans of David Fincher have been itching to see a new feature film from the director since 2011’s release of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and we received a fairly promising update on his potential next project just yesterday. The filmmaker has been developing a big-budget remake of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea for quite some time with an eye towards making it his next film, and yesterday we learned that Disney is being wooed by a major tax credit to shoot the film in Australia this year. Though Fincher was hoping to nab frequent collaborator Brad Pitt as his star, the actor had yet to officially sign on to the project.

Now a new report has surfaced with plenty of updates on all things Fincher, including word that he’s looking at a number of actors—including Channing Tatum—to possibly lead 20,000 Leagues given that Pitt has passed, that he may have to push production on the remake back to next year and film something else in the interim, and the possibility that he might not helm any of season two of the Netflix series House of Cards. Hit the jump to read on.

This bounty of Fincher updates comes courtesy of the good folks over at The Playlist. Apparently Brad Pitt has now officially passed on 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (he recently said he had to figure out his schedule before committing to the film), but the pic is reportedly “essentially greenlit.” With the budgetary situation set, Fincher has now run into a different sort of problem: all the actors he wants are not available to shoot until next year. The report mentions Channing Tatum as one of the names that Fincher may or may not be looking at, which makes sense given that the filmmaker’s buddy Steven Soderbergh is quite fond of the guy.

Fincher is now said to be weighing his options. He can either go ahead and film 20,000 Leagues this year with a different set of actors, or he can push it back to 2014 and try to shoot something else in the meantime. He recently signed on to helm an adaptation of the bestselling thriller novel Gone Girl so that’s a possibility, though The Playlist notes that Gone Girl could be a heavy enough commitment that it bumps 20,000 entirely off his schedule, which would be a drag since he’s already spent so long developing the remake.

The sequel to Dragon Tattoo is another possibility, but Fincher has yet to officially commit to that project and Steven Zaillian’s screenplay is apparently in need of a heavy rewrite before production can move forward. Personally, I’m hoping Fincher can round up an impressive cast for 20,000 Leagues and get that thing going sooner rather than later. I’m eager to see what a large-scale 3D adventure film from the mind of Fincher looks like, and 20,000 Leagues seems to be a match made in heaven for the meticulous filmmaker.

The report also has a note regarding Fincher’s stellar Netflix series House of Cards. The show was picked up for two full seasons, and following the immense success of the recently-released first season, production on the next set of episodes is gearing up to begin in March. However, it looks as though Fincher might not be returning to direct one of the new installments. He helmed the first two episodes of season one, but apparently after seeing the other impressive group of filmmakers finish out the rest of the season without a drop in quality, he feels like the show is in good hands.

He hasn’t made a firm decision one way or the other just yet, and if 20,000 Leagues get pushed I imagine he’d be able to find the time to direct at least one episode, so I’m hoping he makes his way back to House of Cards for at least one more go-around.

With some pretty big decisions being weighed at the moment, hopefully we heard solid word on Fincher’s near-future plans soon. For now, enjoy the excellent Justin Timblerake music video for “Suit & Tie” that he recently directed by clicking here.


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pare che le possibilità di vedere un giorno il film diventino sempre più certe...

http://www.deadline.com/2013/04/oz-governm...t-to-australia/

Oz Government Gives Disney $22.5M To Lure ’20,000 Leagues’ Shoot To Australia

By THE DEADLINE TEAM | Tuesday April 2, 2013 @ 2:38am PDT
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In the largest inducement it’s ever offered to a Hollywood production, the Australian government has confirmed it will give Disney a one-off payment of $22.5M to shoot 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea: Captain Nemo in Oz. Sources tell Deadline the greenlight on the David Fincher film is still contingent on casting, but it is expected that Fox Studios in Sydney and Village Roadshow Studios in Queensland will share hosting of the production. Disney executives had asked the federal, New South Wales and Queensland governments for subsidies which would effectively lift the 16.5% location rebate to 30%, similar to the $12.8M payment by the federal government which persuaded Fox to shoot The Wolverine in Sydney. 20,000 Leagues, which is budgeted at about $150M, could create up to 2,000 jobs, the government said. Last month, the government provided $20M in new funding to attract international productions and said it was committed to raising the location rebate if the Oz dollar remains high, but it did not set a time.


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E' una realtà, il film si farà smile.gif ecco la conferma

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David Fincher's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Confirmed for Australian Shoot
Source: Gillard Government
April 2, 2013

Back in February, it was reported that Australia was offering Disney and David Fincher's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea tax incentives to shoot down under. The Australian government has now confirmed the film will indeed shoot there. Here's the announcement:

Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Arts Minister Tony Burke today announced The Walt Disney Studios film 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea will join a growing list of blockbuster productions filmed in Australia.

While casting decisions are still to be made and locations are yet to be finalised, the filming of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea will give Australian talent the opportunity to work with some of the best screen professionals in the business – both in front of the cameras and behind the scenes.

To attract the film to Australia, the Gillard Government will grant the producers a one-off payment of $21.6 million which will result in substantial new investment in Australia and could create up to 2,000 jobs.

On the back of the launch of Creative Australia, the new national cultural policy, the securing of this film is a huge coup for the Australian film industry and for the near 1,000 local businesses that will be providing goods and services for the film.

Through Creative Australia, the Gillard Government committed a further $20 million in new funding to attract international production to Australia and a commitment to increase the rate of the Location Offset should the Australian dollar remain high.

The announcement comes just after The Wolverine, starring Hugh Jackman, recently wrapped filming in Sydney. The Wolverine, which created over 1750 jobs and contracted more than 1027 Australian companies, generated $80 million of investment and has reaffirmed Australia’s status as one of the world’s best filming destinations.

It also demonstrates that Gillard Government investment in the arts to drive local and national economic growth works and reflects the strong and ongoing support for the local screen industry by the Gillard Government.


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Io aspetterei a esultare Day... sad.gif tutti i siti riportano questa notizia DESUMENDO il greenlight del film... Deadline è l'unica che lo specifica:

the Australian government has confirmed it will give Disney a one-off payment of $22.5M to shoot 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea: Captain Nemo in Oz. Sources tell Deadline the greenlight on the David Fincher film is still contingent on casting, but it is expected that Fox Studios in Sydney and Village Roadshow Studios in Queensland will share hosting of the production

Insomma... sicuro sicuro non è... e anche se lo fosse dubito che lo vedremo prima del 2016. Il 2014 è troppo vicino e il 2015 già ha i Pirati, avengers 2 e star wars 7. Ovvio che tutto può accadere eh...
A me l'unica cosa che interessa davvero è che sia Fincher a dirigerlo.


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CITAZIONE (Scissorhands @ 2/4/2013, 21:53) *
A me l'unica cosa che interessa davvero è che sia Fincher a dirigerlo.


Concordo totalmente!!!


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CITAZIONE (Scissorhands @ 2/4/2013, 21:53) *
... e anche se lo fosse dubito che lo vedremo prima del 2016. Il 2014 è troppo vicino e il 2015 già ha i Pirati, avengers 2 e star wars 7


beh stando così le cose posso tranquillamente aspettare...Il 2015 è off-limits, e il 2014 ovviamente improponibile per questioni di tempo...Il 2016 auspicabile (col sequel di Oz pray.gif pray.gif ) ...


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Visto che la Disney non è riuscita a trovare un attore protagonista soddisfacente, le riprese, che dovevano iniziare il mese prossimo, sono rinviate al 2014. sad.gif


20,000 Leagues film remake stalled, no Brad

Disney has reportedly put production on the remake of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, to be filmed in Australia, on the backburner.

Filming was to begin in Sydney next month but a spokeswoman for Disney has told News Ltd that production won't start until 2014.

It's understood the delay is due to casting issues after Brad Pitt passed on the lead role of Ned Land.

In April, the federal government earmarked $21.6 million for the science-fiction classic to be remade in Australia.


http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/movies...0520-2jvk3.html



Leagues Lagging...

It appears the Nautilus has been delayed from submerging again...

David Fincher's remake/reinterpretation of the classic Walt Disney Picture: "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" has hit another snag. The current plan was to start shooting the picture down under late summer/fall of this year, but now the production has been pushed back until 2014. The postponing of shooting means that the film would now likely get a late 2015/early 2016 release if the production doesn't experience another delay.

The Sydney Morning Herald reports the Mouse has decided to put off production since casting issues have resulted in no desirable actor to play the lead, Ned Land. Brad Pitt was being courted by Fincher, but he eventually decided to pass on the part. Reports that the part was being offered to Channing Tatum has not resulted in any commitments (thankfully, yeck).

The production has encountered several delays, but was supposed to be the directors next film following "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo", but Fincher has several other films he's connected to. If the schedule slips further he could board the helming duties of several properties. Hopefully they'll get a lead that assuages the fears of Alan Horn and his Disney Suits and the green light will be given

This project has been waterlogged for too long...


http://www.blueskydisney.com/2013/05/leagues-lagging.html

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Ma Fincher è confermato o no?
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La notizia è vecchia di qualche giorno, forse a causa del Comic-Con è passata sotto silenzio...

IL FILM è STATO ABBANDONATO. not.gif


David Fincher's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is dead in the water!

Sorry for the headline, I had to. Though you may have already expected it, David Fincher is off 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA and it is no longer in development.

Now that doesn't mean that we won't ever see it pop up again. It's just off the table for now according to The Playlist. The project was constantly delayed due to the fact that they couldn't tie anyone down for the lead and other issues. A couple of months ago there were reports that Disney and Fincher got funding for the film giving promise then news came that it had been pushed again since Pitt had passed on the leading role. The studio had looked at Matt Damon and Daniel Craig for roles but neither wanted to be away from their families on a 140 day production. Fincher had suggested Channing Tatum then the studio shot it down because they wanted someone they knew could carry a big budget like this one especially with all the risks. Disney wanted Liam Hemsworth but Fincher had already moved on.


http://www.joblo.com/movie-news/david-finc...ad-in-the-water


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CITAZIONE (Beast @ 22/7/2013, 12:26) *
La notizia è vecchia di qualche giorno, forse a causa del Comic-Con è passata sotto silenzio...

IL FILM è STATO ABBANDONATO. not.gif


David Fincher's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is dead in the water!

Sorry for the headline, I had to. Though you may have already expected it, David Fincher is off 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA and it is no longer in development.

Now that doesn't mean that we won't ever see it pop up again. It's just off the table for now according to The Playlist. The project was constantly delayed due to the fact that they couldn't tie anyone down for the lead and other issues. A couple of months ago there were reports that Disney and Fincher got funding for the film giving promise then news came that it had been pushed again since Pitt had passed on the leading role. The studio had looked at Matt Damon and Daniel Craig for roles but neither wanted to be away from their families on a 140 day production. Fincher had suggested Channing Tatum then the studio shot it down because they wanted someone they knew could carry a big budget like this one especially with all the risks. Disney wanted Liam Hemsworth but Fincher had already moved on.


http://www.joblo.com/movie-news/david-finc...ad-in-the-water


Oh ma che sorpresa... nessuno proprio se lo aspettava dry.gif ...
dopo il ranger poi... che buuuuffa coincidenza


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Io non ci credevo tanto in questo progetto, però adoro Fincher (penso di averlo scritto in ogni post di questo topic) e mi spiace che la Disney se lo lasci sfuggire :/


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Il film del 54 è godibile, ma secondo me si discosta troppo dal romanzo. Peccato poi che non ci siano episodi come la visita ad Atlantide e la conquista del polo. sbaglio o la figura di Nemo è ancora più ambigua e tormentata? Comunque dal punto di vista tecnico nulla da eccepire! Dopo 60 anni è ancora al top da questo punto di vista!

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Mi hanno fatto prendere un colpo... peccato che pare abbiano capito male.
La Disney chiederebbe al governo australiano incentivi per un film (come fece per 20000 leghe)... è più probabile però che le stia chiedendo per Pirates 5 sad.gif

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20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA Resurrected? Disney Eyeing Potential Early 2015 Production Start for Remake [Updated]
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One of the most promising projects of the past decade may have new life, though whether it still resembles its former iteration is unclear. Filmmaker David Fincher had been developing a remake of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea at Disney for years, and it finally looked like he was ready to tackle the project after the back-to-back productions The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. He worked hard to make the film happen, but his vision for an epic, adventurous retelling necessitated a massive budget from Disney, which in turn necessitated a bankable star in the lead. Fincher approached his pal Brad Pitt, but he opted to make Fury instead. Then Matt Damon and Daniel Craig were considered, but neither wanted to leave their families for a lengthy shoot in Australia. Even Channing Tatum was a possibility.
Last summer, after Fincher committed to Gone Girl has his next picture, word came that 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea was officially dead. However, it appears that the film may yet have life, as Disney is in negotiations with the Australian government for tax incentives that would pave the way for an early 2015 shoot on 20,000 Leagues. [Update: It's possible that Disney may actually be trying to use the pre-approved incentive for 20,000 Leagues on the upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean 5. More after the jump.]
Update: A commenter hipped us to this Syndey Morning Herald story in which it is surmised that the initial report claiming that Disney was negotiating for a tax incentive to shoot 20,000 Leagues in early 2015 was mistaken, and that Disney is actually looking to put the incentive towards Pirates of the Caribbean 5. This makes more sense, as Pirates 5 has a pair of directors and a 2017 release date. Our original story follows below.
20000-leagues-under-the-sea-posterTHR reports that Disney is asking the Australian government to increase its tax incentives in an effort to secure what’s planned to be the biggest film shoot in Australia’s history, adding that filming on 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is planned to get underway in early 2015. Disney had a previous agreement with Australia that secured a $21.6 million incentive for 20,000 Leagues when Fincher was in active development, but the government has since changed and Disney was afraid they wouldn’t honor the previous agreement. In these current negotiations, Disney is now asking for an increase to 30% of the film’s budget to shoot 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea in Australia.
This is an incredibly curious piece of news since we haven’t heard a single word about 20,000 Leagues since it was rendered “dead” after Fincher left. As he’s finishing up Gone Girl and looking for his next project, has he now returned to 20,000 Leagues? Is Disney moving forward without Fincher and on the hunt for a new director? These questions remain unanswered, as THR’s report simply focuses on Disney’s negotiations with the Australian government.
I’m selfishly hoping that Disney and Fincher came to some agreement that would see him back onboard 20,000 Leagues (I’m dying to see what Fincher can do with an adventure story told on a massive scale), but that may be too optimistic. What’s more likely is that Disney is moving ahead on a new iteration of the project without Fincher’s involvement. From a business perspective, it makes sense that Disney would want to capitalize on the 20,000 Leagues brand and Australia tax incentive with or without Fincher, so I’m very curious to see where things go from here. Hopefully more light is shed on this situation soon.

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