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Francis Ford Coppola's dream project "Megalopolis" is barely halfway through and the recording is so chaotic that it may have to be stopped. It oozes "Apocalypse Now" a long way in terms of production. In a short time, Coppola's upcoming sci-fi "Megalopolis" has lost a lot of key people and several employees have reportedly been fired. Among other things, an art director and the entire special effects team have fled. In addition, the budget is said to be beyond all control. - It was total madness to be on the set, points out a source to The Hollywood Reporter. The dream project has thus turned into a nightmare! The shoot, which is underway in Atlanta, was scheduled for 90 days of work but now things look dark for the entire production, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Megalopolis" is perhaps the legendary "Godfather" director's most ambitious film to date. With a budget of more than 120 million dollars, also from his own private pocket, "Megalopolis" is his big dream project that he wanted to implement for 30 years. A dream that now does not seem to be coming true. In the cast we have (or maybe had...) big names like Adam Driver, Forest Whitaker, Nathalie Emmanuel and Laurence Fishburne.
"The Godfather" director Francis Ford Coppola pours in a billion kroner (!) in the film that will become his magnum opus. His "Godfather" trilogy changed the world of cinema, and he's not done yet. Francis Ford Coppola, 83 years old, is planning perhaps his most ambitious project to date when it is finally time to film "Megalopolis" - a giant project he has carried on for over 30 years. In order to realize the grand story, he will film on the state-of-the-art The Prysm Stage in Atlanta, Indiewire writes. Coppola plans to combine classic filmmaking with cutting-edge new technology — "one foot in the past and the other in the future," according to a press release. Among other things, the newly built studio allows the filmmaker to borrow a giant LED screen, not unlike what Disney used for its television series such as the Star Wars venture "The Mandalorian" to put actors in artificial environments. So-called Volume screens are increasingly used in cinema as well. However, reports of "never-before-seen technology" suggest that those aren't the only technological advances that Coppola will be using in his filming process - we haven't heard any further details yet. But it will be expensive. Coppola is said to be investing $120 million of his own money on the project. And he doesn't care if the film is a financial success, as long as the film turns out the way he wants. - I couldn't care less about the financial side. It means nothing to me, he has said in an interview. Adam Driver and Shia LaBeouf lead a star-studded ensemble that also features Forest Whitaker, Nathalie Emmanuel, Jon Voight and Laurence Fishburne. The film is said to take place in an alternate version of New York, where ancient Rome and its fate affects the modern world. In the center stands an architect who wants to rebuild the metropolis of New Rome after a disaster.