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nWave Pictures, one of the world's largest suppliers of stereoscopic entertainment, has begun production on [i]Fly Me To The Moon,[/i] the first computer-animated feature film to be conceived, designed and created in 3D. Directed by nWave founder Ben Stassen and produced by company president Charlotte Huggins, [i]Fly Me To The Moon[/i] centers on three tween-aged flies who buck the conventional wisdom that "dreamers get swatted..." and stow aboard the Apollo 11 flight to the moon. The film is a funny, heart-warming journey that includes a thrilling, edge-of-your-seat ride alongside astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins. The script was written by Domonic Paris, who will co-executive produce the film with Stassen through his company Illuminata Pictures.
"It's a very cute story about three houseflies who stow away on board Apollo 11, then get into the helmets of Neil and myself on the lunar surface," Aldrin said. "I'm really impressed with the animation I've seen so far.
"At the end I come in -- in live-action -- to say there were no flies on board. Of course, while I'm doing this, I'm swatting at flies buzzing around my head."
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