John Carter of Mars is a character already a hundred years old. Created by Edgar Rice Burroughs, John Carter first appeared in magazine serials in the 1910’s and has been a major influence on sci-fi filmmakers ever since. It is amazing, then, that the space-travelling hero has had to wait this long for his big screen debut. Andrew Stanton, director of Pixar favourites Finding Nemo and Wall-E, takes on the goliath task, adapting the 1917 book, A Princess of Mars, which is quite possibly the first of a brewing franchise.
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