Michael Bay to Produce Pandemic Thriller Songbird
Michael Bay to make pandemic thriller Songbird
What is better than living in a pandemic? Why, watching movies about pandemics, of course! That’s what Michael Bay is hoping. Based on Deadline, the Transformers manager is set to team up with former Paramount production chief Adam Goodman to create the low-budget pandemic thriller Songbird — and the film is expected to go behind the cameras within five weeks.
Bay is producing alongside Eben and Goodman Davidson of Invisible Narratives. Adam Mason (Into the Dark) will direct from a script by Simon Boyes.
Plot details place the story two years worse, and later on, where the pandemic has not subsided, has been mutate. The characters would deal with government conspiracies, lockdowns and paranoia.
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Apparently, while details are somewhat sketchy, the filmmakers intend to work around the film regulations whilst prohibiting any scenes where actors engage, and adhering to social rules that are distancing face to face. The filmmakers revealed their plans to the guilds, who gave the green light to them. The trade notes the actors cast in the film will experience remote training, which is thought to mirror the style of Paranormal Activity and Cloverfield.