Variety reports that Warner Bros. has rescued
gay director Roland Emmerich's prehistoric adventure
10,000 B.C. from turnaround at Sony with an eye
to open the film in the summer of 2007. Set to begin
shooting in April in South Africa, the film tells the
story of a 21-year-old who lives with a primitive
tribe that survives by hunting a mammoth during the herd's
annual migration through the tribe's home base. Emmerich,
whose films include The Day After Tomorrow,
Independence Day, and The Patriot,
recently made a donation of $150,000 to Outfest's
Legacy Project for LGBT Film Restoration.
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