Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Sinbad: Rogue of Mars Poster Revealed


It looks like 2012 is the year everyone will be going to Mars: John Carter, Colin Farrell (in a remake of Total Recall) and now Sinbad. A film company called Morningside Entertainment has optioned Sinbad: Rogue of Mars from Bluewater Comics and now has released a teaser poster for the film and a press release you can read at http://sffbooksonmars.blogspot.com/2011/04/poster-unveiled-for-2012-fantasy-film.html The comic book series is one of several Bluewater published under the "Ray Harryhausen Presents" line and the film is intended to be a continuation of the Sinbad films Harryhausen himself made starting with 1958's The 7th Voyage of Sinbad through to 1977's Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger. Harryhausen had planned to follow up Eye of the Tiger with Sinbad on Mars but the project fell through and he made the original Clash of the Titans instead so we'll see if this can recapture the original films' magic. For a preview of the comics you can check out http://www.bluewaterprod.com/comics/sinbad_rogue_mars.php

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am a huge Sinbad fan. And this new 21st century Sinbad is going to be the best ever made. I know it. Read all the blogs. Everyone is talking about the new Sinbad film. I for one am going to see the movie the first day its released.

Anonymous said...

The only Mars movie that is going to do damage at the box office is Sinbad Rogue of Mars. Total Recall is old and has no real following. John Carter. Who's that? LOL... Sinbad Rogue of Mars. WINNER! Best movie of 2012. Sinbad has seen audiences before. It has a following. Now Sinbad is going to Mars to do what he does best. Fight, save, rescue, and survive. I can't wait for the movie to come out. 3D, WOW!!!!

Anonymous said...

Wow that poster is nice. Awesome creativity. If the team has guys making posters like that, it speaks volumes on what kind of team the production company has. The movie will deliver as the poster has. I have no doubt. I am excited to see what this movie has in store for us.

Anonymous said...

John Carter has a following, and has for going on a hundred years now. You read that right: one hundred years. JCOM directly inspired Buck Rogers, Flash Gordon, Star Wars, and Superman YES SUPERMAN.