How a Los Angeles production was turned into a movie in just three months.
The production, based on a book by author Michael J. Nelson, was produced in California by the same people behind “Hobbit,” the 2007 blockbuster film.
The production took seven months to shoot, with an estimated $150 million budget.
The movie is based on the novel by the American writer Michael Moorcock and tells the story of a group of young men who move to Los Angeles in the early 1900s and begin a musical adventure to find their way.
The film was directed by Michael Jules Williams, who also directed the 2007 movie “Saving Private Ryan,” which was based on his book.
The story of the group’s journey and the people who make it all happen is based in the novel, and the movie’s cast includes Josh Brolin, Emily Blunt, Jamie Bell, Josh Hartnett, Michael Caine, Robert De Niro, James Franco, and James McAvoy.
The book is titled “A New Era: A Musical Journey Through the Story of a Musical Family,” and it was written by Nelson, a New York-based writer.
It was published in 2014.
The story centers on the musical family of Billy, a young singer in a small Southern town, and his wife, Margaret, who is also a singer.
Billy is a talented musician, and Margaret is also very talented, but their marriage is crumbling.
When Billy finds himself drawn into the world of music, his wife and his son are brought into the story.
The book tells the tale of the musicians’ journey and their relationships, as well as the story behind the song “Love in the Time of Cholera.”
The book has been a hit with critics, with many praising its originality and tone.
The New York Times called the book “a masterwork of narrative storytelling.”
In addition to being a literary hit, the book also made a splash on Broadway, where it has performed five times and has grossed more than $50 million.
The project was financed by Sony Pictures Classics and was produced by Sony Music Entertainment.
It has received rave reviews from critics.
“We are thrilled to have found the right filmmaker to take on the story, and to bring a new musical adventure in the spirit of the story,” said Sony Music president and CEO Jim Gianopulos in a statement.
“Michael is an amazing storyteller and an incredible talent, and we are excited to work with him.”
The production has been in production since November, and it is now filming in London and New Zealand.
Nelson told Variety he plans to begin shooting the movie next week.