Cinema: Kubrick's Dead, but His Projects Aren't

Kubrick's Dead, but His Projects Aren't

STANLEY KUBRICK died in March, days after finishing his controversial film Eyes Wide Shut. But that may not be the last moviegoers see of his work. Warner Bros. owns the rights to AI, a science-fiction flick Kubrick wanted to do about artificial intelligence. Warner co-chief TERRY SEMEL says there is a script and even storyboards completed for the movie. Normally, Kubrick never did storyboards--he preferred to let movies develop over a long period--but he had to do them for AI, which mixes computer-generated figures with human actors. As with all things Kubrickian, the story line is a bit of a mystery....

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