John Carter is a forthcoming science adventure movie which will be released in 2012, which is based on the heroic protagonist of the series of Barsoom by Edgar Rice. This film will be John Carter (played by Taylor Kitsch), which was once a captain Confederate, transported to Barsoom or Marte. Once he is there, he became involved with a conflict between the different nations of the planet that have Princess Dejah Thoris (played by Lyn Collins) and made Tarkas (played by Willem Dafoe) as their leaders. Throughout the film, will be the main actor is trying to save the planet of Barsoom and its people.
The film has been annotated by Michael Giacchino, produced by Lindsey Collins, Colin Wilson and Jim Morris, written by Michael Chabon, Mark Andrews and Andrew Stanton and has also been directed by Andrew Stanton. It can be revealed in this review of film that Walt Disney Pictures distributed the film, and is expected to be released in theaters on March 09, 2012 through the United States in IMAX 3D and 3D Digital formats. The filming of John Carter began in November 2009, and principal photography occurred in January 2010 to July 2010. This film is really the first time that you will be working in an adventure film alive, Andrew Stanton as his old work includes films animated Pixar WALL-e and Finding Nemo.
Also worth mentioning in this review of the film that the film was based on the novel ‘ Princess of Mars, “which is actually the first novel ever with the character of this adventure-filled man.” Originally, the novel was published by a magazine series in 1912; However, it was not until 1917 that was brought to book format. As with the movie, the novel tells with John Carter, who is a veteran of the American Civil War who has been transported to Barsoom or Marte. Shortly after arrival, Carter learns that the planet is in danger due to the limited availability of water and the atmosphere. He also discovers that the only way to save the planet is by forming a peaceful Alliance between all the inhabitants of the planet.
Andrew Stanton is very proud to call John Carter his directional debut of living and adventure based on the trailer of this film is very clear why trusts the film. Stanton knows how to transform great ideas into something worth watching; and although there was little information available about this film, critics believe that it will be one of the best films of the year 2012.