Saturday, May 04, 2013

Matt Dallas signs up for new indie sci-fi "Paradox"

Matt Dallas has just signed on to a new indie sci-fi adventure called Paradox, written and directed by award-winning filmmaker, Elana A. Mugdan. It will be produced by Paradox Film and Shivnath Productions, headed by Dave Brown and Ms Mugdan. With finance already in place, shooting will commence later in the year, with the aim of completing the film for release at the end of January 2014.

Promo Art: Robert Gardocki (& Matt Dallas World)

How can you change your future if you can't change your past?

The storyline is as follows:
Paradox is a 97-minute sci-fi/drama about time travel, and the intrinsic questions of choice and free will that go along with that. Plagued by her poor life choices, Sophie Walters [Ashley Johnson], a young, aspiring scientist, decides to turn to time travel as a means of changing the dismal future she foresees for herself. Aided by her childhood friend, Caleb [Matt Dallas], and somewhat abetted by Jae, a 150-year-old time traveler from the year 2074, she embarks on a complex -- and dangerous -- journey to alter her fate, and in fact, the fate of the entire universe.
According to the information available, this time travel movie will be unlike any other in that its main plot device is the notion of the paradoxes inherent in time travel itself. It relies heavily on the theory that time is linear and that everything in our future has actually already happened... The director, Elana Mugdan, explains this in more detail in the video (below).

We will have more information regarding this film as the project unfolds, but for now you might like to check out the following useful links:

Footnote: In keeping with a true sci-fi theme, we're announcing this news on 'Star Wars Day' May the 4th be with you! 


  1. Congrats Matt, I can't wait to see the film.

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