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George Clooney Circling 'Human Nature' With Aronofsky?

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What if the human species was dominated by another that decided to turn them in pets? That’s the interesting concept behind a new film called “Human Nature” that director Darren Aronofsky and George Clooney are rumored to be involved with.

According to various sources, Clooney would play a man who is cryogenically frozen and wakes up years later to a world in which humans have become pets of another species. $10 says they’re giant Meerkats. Those clever bastards have been planning this for years.

The script by Jeff Welch has reportedly been gathering dust for 15 years, but Aronofsky – who directed last year’s “Black Swan” – is keen to give it a shot.

No release date has been set – but in the meantime, be good to your car/dog. You just never know.

 

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