Posted on December 28, 2009 by Flames
As the official source for information regarding the development and eventual production of a feature film based on Eclipse Phase, More Nachos Entertainment is pleased to announce that EclipsePhaseMovie.com is now online.
Fans of the role-playing game and those anticipating the film, may now find updates on the script and production status – and soon read blog entries from the producers and writers as well as casting choices. A forum is dedicated to discussing everything about the film and game. Additional areas are dedicated to the roleplaying game, about the production staff and more features to come.
There is also now a dedicated Twitter feed: @EclipsePhasePic
Eclipse Phase is set in the future, but in a time that is closer than we want to believe. Earth has been destroyed and humanity stands on the cusp of a new age where humankind has merged with technology. This new transhumanity has colonized Mars and the solar system, though it remains divided between repressive hypercorp-backed regimes and techno-anarchist strongholds. Biotechnology allows humans to repair or replace their bodies, while artificial intelligence has grown to staggering levels with cognitive science and nanotechnology, making uploading the human mind possible. Transferring the mind digitally across great distances is now the preferred means of travel.
More Nachos Entertainment acquired the rights to the critically acclaimed role-playing game Eclipse Phase in July 2009. Game veterans Rob Boyle and Davidson Cole are actively developing the feature film script with the first draft expected to be complete in early 2010.
More Nachos Entertainment (MNE) officially launched in June of 2009 with its acquisition of Eclipse Phase.
MNE was founded by Stephen Marinaccio, film maker and gamer who has worked on over 45 feature film and television projects. MNE aims to bring great films to the screen, engaging video games to the masses and well told stories to the Los Angeles stage.
More Nachos Entertainment is based in Los Angeles, California. For more information visit www.morenachos.com.