Filmmaker Alex Garland will make his directorial debut with “Ex Machina”!  A Sci-Fi flick, he also wrote the screenplay for it, which follows his previous works “Sunshine,” “Never Let Me Go” and “Dredd.”

“Sunshine” was directed by Danny Boyle.  Boyle has actually done three films adapted from his writings, that also includes “28 Days Later” and “The Beach,” which was Garland’s first published novel.  His other books are “The Tesseract,” which was made into a film of the same name starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers; and “The Coma.”

I came across the trailer for “Ex Machina” this morning while surfing imdb.  I’ll hit up the site like every quarter, just to see what’s coming up, in addition to using it as a reference for practically anything pertaining to film.  I was thoroughly impressed with what I saw, which prompted me to see what else this guy has done, and Voila!  Now I’m compelled to see “The Tesseract” and can’t wait to see his first feature as a director.  There’s not a Boyle film I haven’t seen…

It’s been announced, that Garland will write the screenplay for “Halo,” which is based on the video game of the same name.  Trailer for “Ex Machina”…

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