Bryan Singer, McG Make Digital Shorts For Warner Bros.

September 24th, 2010 - 9:04 pm ICT by Sampurn Wire  

September 24, 2010 (Sampurn Wire): Bryan Singer and McG are soon going to make a few digital short films for Warner Bros. These two directors have earned a name for themselves after made a few awesome and extravagant action as well as superhero movies.

The duo is now in the process of creating their very own multi-platform series along with the help of the talents like Thor Freudenthal (who has worked for Diary of a Wimpy Kid) and Stewart Hendler (the director of Sorority Row). Depending on the success of these digital shows, spin-offs, TV shows as well as movies can also be made.

Bryan is the producer for H+ and this is something of an apocalyptic journey into the distant future where technology has taken the wrong direction. Set in the year 2019, 33% of the entire global population utilizes a certain computer system called H + that is implemented. H + allows a human being’s mind as well as the nervous system to be connected to the World Wide Web for the whole day.

McG is making his own version of a digital film, entitled Aim High and is about a teenager who wishes to be a government slaying assassin by night. The character also faces the conventional problems that are faced in highschool.

– Sampurn Wire

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