Rick McCallum Producing, Matthew Graham Writing R’Ha. Rick McCallum joining R’Ha answers the question of who will produce the film and Matthew Graham boarding the project answers the question of who will write the scifi movie.
On the R’Ha film adaptation:
R’Ha is based on [the R’ha (2013) short film] by Kaleb Lechowski, who is attached to direct the feature. While the short centers on an interrogation between a non-human alien and an enemy machine (think Goro from Mortal Kombat vs. a sentinel from The Matrix), the feature will expand on the central idea of the R’Ha race defending their solar system from invasion. There are no humans in the film.
Rick McCallum had this to say about the film adaptation of R’Ha:
What inspires me and our team is that there are no humans whatsoever in the film, and yet Kaleb has come up with a world that is so engaging and so alive and so real that it really is very different from anything else I have seen in the sci-fi world….We want to make it as a European film, using VFX facilities from all over Central and Eastern Europe and Asia, and do it for a price that not only allows Kaleb total control of his unique vision, but is incomprehensible in the big-budget VFX world that we now live in!
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