The movie’s director, Ridley Scott, has admitted that he didn’t know how to create the Mars-like atmosphere on the planet, the third film in the franchise, before he shot it.
“I don’t know what I did wrong,” Scott told ABC News.
“What I know is that it’s not an atmosphere.
It’s a space.”
Scott’s film was shot in 4K, with anamorphic and stereoscopic cameras and has been compared to The Martian, the 2013 film starring Matt Damon and Elizabeth Olsen.
It was shot by the same crew that shot The Martian.
Scott said the film was a “huge gamble” for the studio, but that they succeeded in “making a really interesting film”.
“We were so close to making it, and we made it,” he said.
“We did what I’d hoped we would.
Scott said he didn: “I think it’s the most unique film I’ve ever made. “
It’s an alien planet, it’s a different kind of planet, so I knew we had to create a really, really different atmosphere, and that’s what we did.”
Scott said he didn: “I think it’s the most unique film I’ve ever made.
It doesn’t look like any other film I made.
I know that sounds weird, but it’s like the world has never seen anything like it before.”
A scene from ‘The Mars Trilogy’, the third installment in the ‘The Last Martian’ series.
The first film in Scott’s trilogy, ‘The End of the World’, opened in 2012.
It starred James Franco, Olivia Munn, Chris Hemsworth, Harrison Ford and Natalie Portman, who is also producing a sequel.
The film was released in the UK on February 28, 2017.
A film adaptation of the novel ‘The Space Between’ is in development at Sky Atlantic.
“The Mars trilogy is a brilliant example of a sci-fi film that has a huge global audience, and a passionate fan base,” Sky Atlantic chief content officer Peter Hargreaves said in a statement.
Scott said his films have “taken a lot of guts”.
He added: “If I was going to make a movie for anybody else, it would be a film for people to watch.”
If you love science fiction, you love the idea of having a world with aliens and planets and a different sort of reality.
We love making films that don’t compromise what science fiction is.
“The Mars-themed sequel ‘The Red Planet’ is being developed by Universal Pictures, which is producing the film, and is due to hit cinemas this year.
This story first appeared on News.au.