Based on the Princess of Mars, the first book in the Barsoom series of novels by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Rarely do Disney step up and make a big budget non-animation movie. John Carter breaks the trend but still has Disney's core values. Of course there is a princess and the budding protagonist fights to save her life. Sound familiar? Even if it does the story takes Disney into a futuristic dimension as John Carter (Taylor Kittsch) finds a planet inhabited by twelve-foot barbarians, who eventually take him as their prisoner. He obviously battles his way out of this predicament and attempts to rescue the princess.
The film is cleverly shot by director Andrew Stanton as the film travels backwards and forewords, giving hints as to how it will end. You think for a while that John Carter doesn't quite make it but it's left on a cliffhanger, as the tomb where he supposedly lay buried was empty.
This project involved audio monitoring solutions plus wherever we go Avid goes. We set-up equipment, guided the brilliant production team on how to use it and offered technical support either on the phone (available 24/7) or on site.Kit List: