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Film about killer sheep?

Saturday, October 15, 2005

A film about genetically engineered sheep will be shot in New Zealand next year.

Black Sheep, a comedy-horror flick which tells of a genetic experiment gone horribly wrong, is the first project financed under a new alliance between a Korean company and a New Zealand film house.

Stuff reports representatives of Daesung Group and Wellington's Park Road Post, which did post-production services for The Lord of the Rings trilogy, The World's Fastest Indian and King Kong, have signed an investment agreement for Jonathan King's debut feature, it was announced in Seoul.

... ummm yeah... sounds 'exciting'...
posted by Ivan Choe, 12:02 am

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