By Brian Whittemore, EditorMarch 3, 2019 4:29PMDARPA is bringing an original, first-look featurette to theaters this fall.
The Mudbound, directed by Paul W.S. Anderson, is the story of a group of explorers and survivalists who have to fight off a herd of mudworms.
The first trailer features a number of scenes that may be familiar to fans of the “Star Wars” films, including a group scene in which a group has a fight with the creatures.
The trailer also features scenes from the film’s first and second films, with Anderson also taking shots at the “Battlestar Galactica” reboot and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”
In the trailer, the group’s leader is shown as a big guy with a big helmet.
This is the first time the group has been shown in action.
Anderson is also seen with a sword in the film, the first of the series’ three “B”-rated movies.
This is a long way from the days of “Star Trek” and “The Twilight Zone” films where filmmakers often used CGI to capture the atmosphere and feel of a location.
But that is not stopping Anderson from using the latest technology in his film, and he is not alone.
The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and Universal Pictures have both been using 3D cameras for decades.
The film is being directed by Anderson and will be produced by his company, P.C. Anderson and his partners have been behind many of the blockbusters, including “Jurassic World” and the upcoming “Transformers: Age of Extinction.”
The film is set to be released in the fall.