A Hollywood film that is slated to begin shooting this fall will be “a big movie,” producer Marc Webb announced on Thursday.
The studio is developing the film based on a 2013 New York Times article, and its first teaser trailer, which premiered at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, shows scenes of the site of the World Trade Center Towers on a snowy landscape.
Webb told TheWrap in a phone interview that the studio has not yet chosen the title for the film but is aiming for a title that will be recognizable to those who work on the sites of the twin towers.
“It’s a big movie, but not the biggest movie,” Webb said.
“It’s not big, but it’s not huge, either.
It’s the kind of movie that has a big impact.”
Webb declined to name the film’s star, but he did say it would be the director’s debut.
Webb said the project is a “big movie,” and it’s “going to be a big film” that “has a big footprint.”
Webs project was initially called “Peters” and will be titled after the author of the New York-based Times article.
The Times article also details the construction of a large-scale, 24-story apartment tower that will house approximately 100,000 people.
Webs’ film will focus on a construction company called PETERS, which is a part of the developer’s project.
The film is expected to open in theaters in October, 2018, and to be released in theaters and on home video in the fall of 2019.