Alex Proya's "Paradise Lost" gets a release date.

The adaptation of John Milton's classic poem hits the big screen in 2013.

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By Protocida - 7/21/2011
"Paradise Lost", John Milton's epic poem about Lucifer's fall from grace and the corruption of Adam & Eve, is gearing up for a movie adaptation, under the helm of Alex Proyas ("I, Robot"). Now, Warner Bros., the studio behind the movie, has confirmed that the movie is set to be released in the end of 2013.

The movie is planned as an action epic focused on the war between Lucifer's forces and the angels led by Michael for control of Paradise, with many aerial battles, and will be filmed using the same motion-capture technology from "Avatar", in addition to being rumored to be filmed in 3D. So far, the only actor confirmed to appear is Bradley Cooper ("The Hangover"), who'll be playing Lucifer.
Source: Omelete
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Hellsing - 7/21/2011, 3:54 PM
Well this is a chance for Cooper to prove that he's not just a one note actor
AlexDeLarge87 - 7/21/2011, 4:09 PM
cant wait

Cooper is going to be one hell of a Devil im sure!
AlexDeLarge87 - 7/21/2011, 4:25 PM
Mike Fassbender or Charlie Hunnam would be great Michael
ComicsCommando - 7/21/2011, 7:17 PM
I'm seriously excited for this film.
jimoakley666 - 7/22/2011, 2:12 AM
I don't think this is going to turn out well. And after witnessing the utter steaming sloppy arse explosion that was Knowing (one of the worse films I have EVER seen) I don't have much faith in Proyas' abilities anymore.
YourMomNaked - 7/22/2011, 2:21 AM
Hmm, could be cool. Wasn't there supposed to be a Dante's Inferno movie, too?
Spectre94 - 7/22/2011, 7:49 AM
I really liked I, Robot, but hated Knowing. I am interested in the premise and it seems to be good, but I'm still going to be wary for now

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