There’s a movie that was filmed in 2015 that isn’t set to be released in 2115.
100 Years, dubbed the ‘The Movie You Will Never See’ in the tagline, stars John Malkovich and is directed by Spy Kids and From Dusk Till Dawn‘s Robert Rodriguez.
The short film will imagine Earth 100 years in the future, and won’t be released until 2115.
Because it’s a promotion for Louis XIII Cognac – one for the Cocktail fans – which also takes 100 years to properly age before it’s sold to consumers.
Ludovic du Plessis, Global Executive Director for Louis XIII Cognac, earlier said to The Guardian Life: “Louis XIII is a true testament to the mastery of time, and we sought to create a proactive piece of art that explores the dynamic relationship of the past, the present, and the future.
“Four generations of cellar masters put a lifetime of passion into a bottle of Louis XIII, yet they will never taste the resulting masterpiece. We are thrilled that this talented actor and creative filmmaker were inspired to join us on this artistic endeavor.”
There have been three teasers for the film, each showing a different vision of 2115. Malkovich explained: “There were several options when the project was first presented of what [the future] would be.
100 Years will be released on November 18, 2115.
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