In March 2012 has been speculated that producers Brian Grazer and Ron Howard from Imagine Entertainment Company will translate again to the big screen the acclaimed novel “1984” of the author George Orwell, being inspired by the artist Shepard Fairey, who will act as executive producer.
Although no one was installed at the directing helm of this SF remake, Noah Oppenheim received the mission to develop the script, former producer of television shows “Today” or “Hardball with Chris Matthews” is a household name in Hollywood even if none of the material written by him has not yet reached in the front of the camera.
Biographical drama “Jackie” about Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was blacklisted by the most valuable scenarios not entered in the production phase in 2010, after which Noah Oppenheim was hired to write the remake of “WarGames” and “Snabba Cash”, biographical thriller “The Secret Life of Houdini” and sci-fi thriller “The Maze Runner“.
First published in 1949, dystopian novel “1984″ is a satire about totalitarian regimes of the mid twentieth century, the main character is Winston Smith, an employee of the Ministry of Truth, which has a duty to distort history and news political system according to set desire immanent Big Brother. In his soul, Winston hates the system and keeps a secret diary recording the events exactly as happens in reality, knowing that would be in big trouble if would be found by Thought Police.
People from London have no bit of freedom because Big Brother is always watching them through a complicated system of supervision and Thought Police is able to read thoughts, Winston Smith is in danger because his memory is still works. Engaging in a forbidden romance with Julia, a rebel just like him, Winston has the courage to join a revolutionary group called The Brotherhood, which is trying to overthrow the dictatorship of the single party.