But what about that Aliens sequel? No, it’s probably never happening. Neill Blomkamp may not have released a feature film last year, but if you’re asking me, he did something way cooler. Blomkamp launched Oats Studios in 2017, a bold new creative venture that’s allowing him to work outside the Hollywood studio system and let […]
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In this edition of Sequel Bits: Pitch Perfect 3 director talks about a potential Pitch Perfect 4 Alien: Covenant‘s Ridley Scott compares Alien to Star Wars and Star Trek and gives an update about his planned sequel Neill Blomkamp says...Show More Summary
I regret to inform you that Neill Blomkamp is at it again. The filmmaker behind District 9 and Elysium has released even more potential Alien 5 concept art, teasing the Alien sequel he never got a chance to make. Does this indicate the...Show More Summary
Earlier today we passed along the info that Ridley Scott's ALIEN: COVENANT sequel might not be happening. This is mostly due - we believe - to the recent Disney/Fox merger. And what better time for director Neill Blomkamp to bring public attention back to his canceled ALIEN 5? Exactly. Show More Summary
Director Neill Blomkamp shares new concept art from his now-dead Alien 5 project, teasing a thrilling Xenomorph attack.
Before Ridley Scott stormed back into the room to reclaim the Alien throne, filmmaker Neill Blomkamp had been developing his own Alien sequel that would have branched off from the ending of James Cameron’s Aliens (1986). The plan was to bring back both Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) and Corporal Hicks (Michael Biehn), as well as Newt, and […]
Neill Blomkamp is an incredibly accomplished director. He’s created some of the most visually stunning films in recent memory, all with their own unique tone and style. Neill is back this time working with OATS studios to create a new CGI short films titled ‘Adam: Episode 3’. Show More Summary
The latest video game cutscene short film from Neill Blomkamp’s Oats Studios doesn’t have much depth, but it has an awesome giant, and an ample amount of blood and guts so we figured we’d share it. The clip was inspired by the awesomely bleak artwork of Jakub Ró?alski.
Neill Blomkamp teases his next project, which may be Lionsgate's remake of the 80s sci-fi classic Flight of the Navigator.
One of the things we’re most thankful for in the genre space this year is Neill Blomkamp‘s (District 9, Chappie) Oats Studios, a bold new venture that has allowed Blomkamp to step outside the studio system and let his imagination run wild. Incredible shorts like Rakka, Firebase and Zygote quickly put Oats Studios on the map […]
Director Neill Blomkamp (District 9, CHAPPiE, Elysium) is back with another visually-stunning CGI short film from his indie Oats Studios project. This is just a 2-minute tease of what they’re calling “a huge galactic story” We really hope we get to see more of this.
District 9 and Chappie director Neill Blomkamp of Oats Studios is back to “test the waters” with Praetoria, their mysterious new sci-fi short film about a troubled General Krisch who is decked out in futuristic armor and wielding an intimidating sword. The short teaser features Krisch and his crew taking on an intergalactic mission to...
Holy. Crap. Now I want a full length film featuring this guy. WE WANT MOAR! MOAR! From Neill Blomkamp’s Oats Studios: Praetoria is a huge galactic story by Oats Studios. This is us testing the water. [Oats Studios] The post Oats Studios Releases Teaser to a Warhammer 40k-Esque Universe: Praetoria appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Dean Takahashi writing over at Venture Beat: This week, Neill Blomkamp, the Academy Award-nominated director of District 9, unveiled a short film that he made with the Unity Technologies game engine. At Unity’s event in Austin, Texas,...Show More Summary
This week, Neill Blomkamp, the Academy Award-nominated director of District 9, unveiled a short film that he made with the Unity Technologies game engine. At Unity’s event in Austin, Texas, Blomkamp’s Oats Studios showed off Adam: The Mirror, a 6-minute film that was a sequel to Adam, a short film that Unity built as an internally produced showcase demo last year. […]
In movies like Chappie, District 9, and Elysium, director Neill Blomkamp has explored the intersection of humanity and technology. It’s a topic he returns to again and again, and it’s something he’s obsessed with as a storyteller. So...Show More Summary
Neill Blomkamp’s Oats Studios picks up where last year’s ADAM left off – as a group of humanoids who find themselves freed from oppression, and searching for meaning after they meet two mysterious strangers. Like Chapter 1, it was created using the Unity engine.
Neill Blomkamp - the man behind dystopian delights like District 9, Elysium, and Chappie - is turning out to be as innovative in his movie-making as he is with his subject matter
Neill Blomkamp’s Oats Studios, in partnership with Unity, has just released the second chapter of the ADAM story, made in real-time using Unity. For those interested in watching part I, you can do so right here. Join our amnesiac hero as he discovers a clue about what and who he is. Show More Summary