X-Men star Lucas Till sees ghosts in Spectrum

Last Updated on August 2, 2021

Lucas Till

Lucas Till plays the mutant hero Havok in the X-MEN films FIRST CLASS, DAYS OF FUTURE PAST, and APOCALYPSE, but he won't have that character's plasma blasts to help him when he goes up against ghosts in the sci-fi thriller SPECTRUM.

To be directed by INTO THE STORM scribe John Swetnam from a screenplay by Lex Edness, SPECTRUM has the following synopsis:

After inventing a technology that not only proves the existence of ghosts, but can actually see them, SPECTRUM tells the chilling tale of a renowned scientist’s final experiment on a human test subject that goes horribly wrong.  Decades later, when his son Connor (Till) and a group of colleagues discover the secret high-tech laboratory where the experiment took place, they find themselves battling a vengeful force like no other.

13 Films is financing SPECTRUM and they are currently selling the international rights at the Cannes Film Festival.

This sounds like an interesting project, and I'm really intrigued to see how they will be showing the ghosts on screen through the use of the technology at the center of the story. The visual effects are being created by Sean Cushing's Cantina Creative, a company with credits on many of the Marvel films.

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Source: Arrow in the Head

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