Darren Aronofsky’s Next Film Could Be a Courtroom Drama Involving Artificial Intelligence [Updated]

Update: Aronofsky clarified today that he hasn’t officially signed on to a new directorial project yet. Our original story follows.just to clarify: i have not committed to anything as a next picture.— darren aronofsky (@DarrenAronofsky) July 18, 2017Three years will have elapsed between the release of Requiem for a Dream director Darren Aronofsky‘s 2014 movie Noah and his upcoming horror thriller mother!, but it seems like fans of the director’s work won’t have to wait another three years to see his next movie. Reports indicate that the filmmaker’s next project will be a courtroom drama that somehow involves artificial intelligence. Read on to learn everything we know about the potential Darren Aronofsky AI movie.Deadline reports that Paramount Pictures has acquired an untitled script by rookie writer Joe Epstein for Aronofsky to direct, and the director’s Protozoa Pictures will produce. We don’t know any plot details beyond the fact that it revolves around an artificial intelligence court case. Whether it’s about a case featuring humans arguing about the impact of a piece of AI technology, or (my personal hope) that it’s actually about artificially intelligent robots as the jury, judge, and lawyers trying the case, we’re still not sure. The former situation admittedly seems more likely, but I imagine the…


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