Will Smith and son Jaden team up with Shyamalan
Wednesday 06 April 2011
Will Smith (
I Am Legend,
I Robot) has signed on with his son Jaden (
The Karate Kid) to star in director M. Night Shyamalan's newest sci-fi adventure, the studio announced April 4.
Shyamalan, Will Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith will produce the project through Smith's Overbrook Entertainment for Sony Pictures, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Set in the next millennium, the story focuses on a young boy who crash lands on an abandoned and scary Earth, and must save himself and his estranged father.
Previously titled One Thousand A.E., the screenplay is being co-written by Shyamalan and Gary Whitta ( The Book of Eli).
Will Smith is currently shooting Men in Black III with Tommy Lee Jones to be released May 25, 2012. The father and son last starred together in the 2006 drama The Pursuit of Happyness.
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