Lost Mark Hamill Movie Finally Being Released After 10 Years
Roger Corman is an actor, director, and producer known for an array of films and has become legendary for helming beloved "B movies."
The 96-year-old creative is still producing projects and was seen in a short film last year titled Lost Horizon, but he hasn't directed a movie since Frankenstein Unbound was released in 1990.
In 2013, Corman produced Virtually Heroes, an action comedy that was an official selection at Sundance.
However, despite Corman's longtime Hollywood history, the movie didn't get distribution and was never released.
According to a new report from Variety, Screen Media has bought the film nearly ten years later.
Virtually Heroes was directed and produced by GJ Echternkamp and starred Robert Baker, Brent Chase, Katie Savoy and Mark Hamill.
According to Variety, the movie "centers on two self-aware characters in a Call of Duty-inspired video game as they battle endless enemies and their own existential crises.
With the help of Hamill's Yoda-like monk, they attempt to win the game and get the girl."
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