We sat down with Michael Chance, the writer/director of 'Project Arbiter' to discuss the movie and its potentially expansive future as a feature-length trilogy.
Mike has written for Screen Rant since March of 2010. He has used his skills as a filmmaker to create mashup videos like Toy Story 3: Inception and bring extensive video coverage to Comic-Con each year. When he isn't overloading the servers of Twitter and Facebook with relentless updates, Mike spends most of his time obsessing over Christopher Nolan's next movie.
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