J.J. Abrams Plots the End of the World in God Particle

By Nix
Jun 13th, 2012

J.J. AbramsMan and science. It never results in anything good. Well, in the movies, anyway. In real life, man and science gives us cures for diseases and probably more importantly, iPhones. In the movies, though, they end up creating giant, rampaging monsters, results in alien invasions, or in the case of J.J. Abrams’ new movie “God Particle”, the end of the world as we know it.

In “God Particle”, a new film that Abrams will be producing for Paramount, the world doesn’t so much as end as it, well, disappears.

After a physics experiment with a large hadron accelerator causes the Earth to seemingly vanish completely, the terrified crew of an orbiting American space station is left floating in the middle of now-even-more-empty space. When a European spacecraft appears on their radar, the Americans must determine whether it’s their salvation, or a harbinger of doom.

Yup, definitely not a good thing, there.

Abrams isn’t expected to direct, but we do know that the film will have a $5 million dollar budget, which is a tad low for an end-of-the-world type of movie set in outer space…

Planet Earth

Via : Vulture

  • Severian

    This is the plot of a whole season of the show Lexx! Way to go JJ.

  • JohnDoe

    Um science did create the Atom bomb, biological war , obesity and climate change to name a few…

  • http://wrongsirwrong.blogspot.com/ Magic Xylophone

    This sounds dumb. Like a movie for people who heard one or two headlines about the LHC, but have no interest in actually learning a thing about how it works or what it’s for. Juggaloes will probably love this.

  • WayneT

    Major plot hole – No planet Earth no Gravity and no more orbit. The Station would tumble off into space, unless the Earth is still there? I think the crew will work that out pretty quickly – don’t you think?

  • http://bytestemplar.com/ Fortyseven

    With such a low budget, I’m actually much more interested in this than I would normally be. Means it’ll probably have an interesting story, instead of a special effects bonanza. :P

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