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File: Total Recall
Total Recall is an upcoming 2012 American science fiction action film remake of the 1990 film of the same name, which is based on the 1966 short story We Can Remember It for You Wholesale by Philip K. Dick.
Unlike the original 1990 film, the plot of this new version lacks a trip to Mars and contains strong political overtones. In addition, the film also blends Western and Eastern influences together, due to the fact that the two nation states, New Shanghai and Euroamerica are battling for political power.
It is directed by Len Wiseman and written by Mark Bomback, James Vanderbilt and Kurt Wimmer. It was first announced in 2009. It is scheduled to be released in the United States and Canada on August 3, 2012. Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel and Bryan Cranston star.
In 2084, After being devastated by war, Earth is divided into two superpowers - The United Federation of Britain and New Asia - locked in a battle for supremacy. In this world lives Douglas Quaid, a simple factory worker suffering from violent nightmares who, after a visit to the Rekall Corporation that provides its clients with implanted artificial memories of the lives they'd like to have, begins to suspect that he's a spy whose memory and personality were erased and replaced, though he is unaware which side of the fight he's on.
On June 2, 2009, Variety reported that Kurt Wimmer would write the script for the remake. Mark Bomback also co-wrote and James Vanderbilt did a "polish" on the script. Over a year later Len Wiseman was hired to direct. Paul Cameron is the film's cinematographer and Christian Wagner is the film's editor. The soundtrack will again be a collaboration of Harry Gregson-Williams and Welsh electronica group Hybrid.
In August 2010, Arnold Schwarzenegger expressed an interest in reprising his role as Doug Quaid until October 2010, when it was officially reported The Hollywood Reporter that Colin Farrell was on the top of the short list, which included Tom Hardy and Michael Fassbender, to play Doug Quaid, the role Arnold Schwarzenegger played in the 1990 version. On January 11, 2011, it was announced that Farrell had secured the role. Farrell stated in April that the remake would not be the same as Dick's short story.
Kate Beckinsale (who is Wiseman's wife) and Jessica Biel were both confirmed for roles on May 25. Actresses Eva Green, Diane Kruger and Kate Bosworth were considered for Biel's role. Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston will play the film's villain. Ethan Hawke has been cast in a cameo role in which he says his character has a monologue about 5 pages long. Bill Nighy is in negotiations to play Kuato. John Cho has also joined the cast.
On a reported budget of $200 million, principal photography began in Toronto on May 16, 2011, and ended on September 20, 2011. Scenes were filmed at the Pinewood Toronto Studios, as well as the University of Toronto, the University of Toronto Scarborough, the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, and Guelph. The film was shot with Red Epic digital cameras and Panavision anamorphic lenses. After securing the film rights from Miramax Films, Columbia Pictures will distribute the film.