This futuristic version of Aladdin 3477 will be nothing like Disney's 1992 animated feature, says Matthew Busch.
Matthew Busch plans to shoot as much live-action elements as possible before compositing a slew of practical and CG effects.
The first step in amassing such an epic project will be pre-production filming overseas for nearly a month. Matthew Busch elaborates.
Aladdin 3477 will film in nearly a dozen countries, however the majority of this particular journey will be spent in India, Thailand, the Kingdom of Cambodia, and China.
Matthew Busch is mostly known as a high-profile illustrator, but spent most of the '90s working on big Hollywood films like The Matrix. In 2006, Matthew Busch's own directorial debut, Conjure, became the highest pre-selling DVD of all-time, according to HorrorMovies.com. Since then, he has produced dozens of short films and documentaries for Lucasfilm, and DC Comics. The Aladdin 3477 movie is a culmination of several projects that Matthew Busch has had in development for over 20 years. He began the initial idea for his magnum opus during the time he was studying illustration and film at the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles.
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