That’s right, 53 years later we have an opportunity to get a sneak peek at the film Atlas Shrugged by John Aglialoro (screenplay) and supported by the Atlas Society. In an interview with Reason.tv, Director Paul Johannson discusses the scrutiny the producers of Atlas Shrugged have been under in order to ensure accuracy and please the readers and avid followers of Ayn Rand’s work. They point out that with a literary piece so expansive and detailed, replicating it cinematically means editing parts out. Choosing the omitted parts are painfully difficult, because one dialogue taken out could take out the whole meaning and purpose of the film for one individual.
The timelines is finally moving swiftly toward completion and the Atlas Society is offering a pre-screening on December 7th in New York, NY. Spend the evening with select characters and the producers while they unveil a small portion of a monumental milestone in Atlas Shrugged‘s ever-inspiring life. Atlas Society is providing up to date news and announcements from the film that you can periodically see here.
This will be a defining moment in the film industry, and surprisingly the mainstream media hasn’t given much of a hoot yet. I don’t know about you, but I am DYING to see this stallion play you know who…Published in