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YouTube video leads to Hollywood contract

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A producer from Uruguay who uploaded a short film to YouTube in November 2009 has been offered a $30m (£18.6m) contract to make a Hollywood film.

The movie will be sponsored by director Sam Raimi, whose credits include the Spiderman and Evil Dead films.

Fede Alvarez's short film "Ataque de Panico!" (Panic Attack!) featured giant robots invading and destroying Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay.

It is 4 mins 48 seconds long and was made on a budget of $300 (£186).

So far it has had more than 1.5 million views on YouTube.

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Admiral Danger

i wonder if i can do something similar with making music :huh:

although i must admit, for the budget he had, it's a pretty decent film :yes:

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The Silver Thong

i wonder if i can do something similar with making music :huh:

Play camp town races on a flute using your butt. Hey you never know LOL

The video that guy made was pretty damn cool.

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~Onyx~

So basically it's Transformers Go To South America, right? Oscar-winning material, no doubt. Ya know, if they REALLY were interested in saving a buck, they could always just use the hillbilly 3rd cousins of the Transformers...

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The GOBOTS!!!

Edited by ~Onyx~

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Bill Hill

my cynical radar is on full..

I don't believe it..

Nice video, but I reckon this whole deal was staged...

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chrisk

That was really good for $300. :tu:

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UltraThunderMan

Someone found a magic genie lamp.

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