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Thursday, 9 July 2009

Will Smith to board The City that Sailed

Director Francis Lawrence (I Am Legend) and star Will Smith are to join forces again for the fantasy drama The City That Sailed at 20th Century Fox says The Hollywood Reporter.

Andrew Niccol's script follows a New York City street magician whose daughter, because of family circumstances, lives in England.

In exploring a lighthouse one day, the girl discovers a room with magic candles and wishes to be reunited with her father, causing the island of Manhattan to break away and drift across the Pond.

It sounds a bit like James and the Giant Peach, but in reverse. Could have some good imagery, but I want to know a little more about the adventures they could possibly have on an ocean going Manhattan. This could be the second film set on the sea that Will Smith stars in. The first being McG's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.

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