The movie 100 Years by Robert Rodriguez and starring Malkovich has been put away to be released in a century.
A time capsule is often talked about in films and sometimes practiced at schools. The idea of saving a piece of the present time in the future seems like an amazing idea. To make a movie and put it in to be premiered after 100 years is commitment to the idea.
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Robert Rodriguez and John Malkovich might be the two possible people committed to that idea. Working on a new project luxury cognac brand Louis XIII, Rodriguez and Malkovich are both endorsing the brand’s claim that their cognac is aged for 100 years.
Appropriately, the film is called 100 Years, and it’s been placed in a time-locked safe that will open on November 18, 2115. 100 Years also stars Marko Zaror and Shuya Chang, according to io9.
No one is willing to explain the film’s plot, the Louis XIII folks did divulge that the movie is set in the present. Rodriguez calls it “emotionally charged.” They’ve made three teasers for the movie, each offering an idea of what the movie could be like, though none of them feature footage from the finished film.
Louis XIII has planned to send 1,000 specially-designed metal movie tickets to 1,000 “influential” people, encouraging them to pass these tickets down to their future descendants so they can attend the screening in 2115.
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Malkovich was excited to tell about the movie saying that there were several options when the project was first presented of what [the future] would be. An incredibly high tech, beyond computerized version of the world, a post-Chernoybl, back to nature, semi-collapsed civilization and then there was a retro future which was how the future was imagined in science fiction of the 1940s or 50s. Malkovich did lots of research about futurism, science fiction, and even visions of today from 100 years ago for the project.