I Am Number Four

February 18, 2011 by Post Team 

I Am Number Four, (UKPA) – Alex Pettyfer said he hopes there will be many suites I Am Number Four, so he can play his character “Over and Over.” The stars of 20 years, British actor as number four, alias John, in the science fiction thriller based on a novel about a group of young foreigners who come to hide on earth after their planet is destroyed. And even if the second novel is not yet published, Alex wants to be in the sequel. He said: “I think the most important thing is that you find a character that you are working with and I think John has this amazing quality to him that I really like him to play again and again and again. ”

The “I Am Number Four” team really believes aliens exist? “There must be something there – one-way or another,” Alex told MTV News. Its director is agreed, adding: “I think there’s something else out there. I cannot imagine that God is just allowing this planet, one for the office, I think he has a lot experiences that move. ” The first project to be released by DreamWorks Disney (through its Touchstone Pictures label), this PG-13 for sci-fi adventure stars a young British actor Alex Pettyfer as a teenage stranger who naturally inherited the powers fairly cool. Relocating to Earth after his home planet was destroyed, Pettyfer falls in love with a girl (Glee Dianna Agron) while trying to escape the evil Mogadorians (plus foreign). Action film equal parts (Michael Bay is a producer) and teenage romance, I Am Number Four should have no trouble drawing a crowd of young men and women, and will benefit from playing on IMAX screens 228. Last weekend Presidents Day, the same theme Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief and opened to 38.7 million. Number four, but most likely fall in the Presidents’ Day range jumper, which started at 32.1 million in 2008.

It’s funny that we thought the idea of vampires against foreigners earlier today, because “I Am Number Four” co-writer Marti Noxon is familiar with both.

In addition to contributing to the story of Alex Pettyfer, with sci-fi, Noxon has been a regular presence on “Buffy the Vampire cons,” Joss Whedon television series that began heads fang and staked several names for seasons, and continues to do as a Dark Horse comic book series.
But even without “Buffy” on her plate, Noxon always dabbling in the arena of vampires and restarts with the next “Fright Night” remake, or, as he describes Noxon, revamp.

“It’s 20 years later, so there were some things on film that we’ve completely redesigned,” she explained of her work on “Fright Night” remake. “It’s a different context and character Peter Vincent is a totally different kind of guy. The plot is quite different, but there are many of the same basic set up. ”

On this last point, Noxon explained how important it was to create a completely original story, while honoring the original “Fright Night.” “We have found the scenes that were emblematic of the original film and tried to ensure that we achieved these beats,” she said. “There was a puzzle-making, installation of a new narrative in this frame. But I had a great time on this film, I really do. It’s fantastic from beginning to end, so we’ll see what happens. ”

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