So lots of the AI-focused information headlines currently are about how firms like Google are racing to remodel themselves as instruments like ChatGPT proceed to herald a brand new period in tech. After which there are individuals utilizing generative AI purely for leisure, just like the images you may need seen of the Pope with swagger or Donald Trump getting arrested.
Curious Refuge, which markets itself because the “world’s finest place to find out about course creation,” has simply launched a trailer for a brand new Lord of the Rings film that was created utilizing AI. And, better of all, the AI did so within the distinctive cinematic fashion of Wes Anderson.
Behold: The Whimsical Fellowship, a narrative that purports to take viewers to “the quaintest nook of Center Earth.”
Anderson, who’s finest identified for movies like The Grand Budapest Resort and The French Dispatch, has a novel and quirky fashion of filmmaking that so many people have grown to like. Utilizing AI, Curious Refuge has introduced that fashion to the story of The Lord of the Rings, to such a level that I’ve little question the filmmaker himself would even approve of it. This additionally comes, by the way in which, simply days after Curious Refuge launched an identical AI-created trailer, for a brand new Star Wars film additionally within the fashion of Wes Anderson (which you’ll be able to try under).
And whereas we might have AI to see a brand new creation from Anderson proper now, the director himself is definitely about to launch his subsequent movie very quickly. We’re only a month away from Anderson’s comedy Asteroid Metropolis, from Focus Options, which hits theaters on June sixteenth and consists of stars like Jason Schwartzman, Scarlett Johansson, and Tom Hanks.
And talking of The Lord of the Rings: There’s much more content material from that franchise coming quickly that followers can anticipate. Along with Season 2 of the Prime Video collection The Rings of Energy, Warner Bros. Discovery introduced in latest days that it’s additionally planning all-new Lord of the Rings films along side New Line Cinema.