DRAGON TATTOO VFX Artist Tim Miller to Direct Space-Set Action Thriller ARTEMIS for 20th Century Fox

     March 4, 2013

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You may not know visual effects artist Tim Miller by name, but you’ve surely seen his work.  Miller frequently collaborates with David Fincher, and he was responsible for the fantastic opening credits sequence for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and he helmed the Fincher-produced launch trailer for Halo 4 late last year.  He’s also attached to co-direct Fincher’s CG adaptation of The Goon, but now 20th Century Fox has tapped Miller to take the helm of a sci-fi feature film of his own as Variety reports that Miller will helm the action thriller Artemis, with John Davis onboard to produce.

Andrew Lobel (Tunnels) has been tapped to write the script for Artemis, which is described as a contained action thriller set in outer space.  No further details are known, but Miller is also attached to direct a couple of other interesting properties including Fox’s long-in-development Deadpool movie and the graphic novel adaptation Gravel.  Here’s hoping one of these films finally gets off the ground soon, as Miller’s work in the past year has been very promising.  Hit the jump to check out some of Miller’s stuff.

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