Why ‘Nomad’ will finally get its own movie title and the latest news
A new title and trailer for the film “Nomads” are set to arrive soon.
The film is based on the series of books written by Christopher Priest, the acclaimed writer behind “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
Priest is a filmmaker who has written multiple TV shows, including the “Lost” spin-off “Lost.”
He recently wrapped production on a pilot titled “The Night of the Hunter,” about a young man who becomes obsessed with hunting down serial killers and becoming a hunter himself.
It is currently slated for a 2017 release.
We caught up with Priest to talk about his film, the books, and more.
EW: When you and the writers pitched “Noms” you were writing it as a sequel to “The Hunter.”
What was the first book that came to mind?
How much did you work with the director of photography?
Priest: “The Hunters” is a good one, but I think the first novel that came out was “The Hunting of the Century.”
It’s a very different kind of novel.
The idea was that you have this guy, this super-fast hunter.
But it turns out, in this case, that his wife is cheating on him with a different woman.
So the hunters team up to hunt down and capture the guy, but they can’t capture him because the wife is in love with this new guy.
He’s also the son of a military officer and he’s got his own life to live.
He goes to college, he works for the military, he has a new girlfriend, and his parents are dying of cancer.
So he gets to hunt the killer and then he finds out that his father is dead, and he has to face his father’s killer.
Then he becomes this new man.
I think “The Hunt” is very different than “Nombads,” because it’s a guy that has no sense of purpose, and it’s an action-packed, violent thriller.
But the Hunters is very much about family.
The Hunters is not about revenge or revenge or vengeance.
It’s about family, and that’s what it’s about.
And so, it was a great time to be working with him.
And it was fun to be able to do something that’s so much different.
I love his writing style.
I really do.
You mentioned earlier in the interview, you had a lot of fun with the script, which was really different from the previous books.
What made you decide to go that route with the book?
Priest and I had been writing a couple of scripts together and the idea was we could do this novel as a movie.
So I had the idea of writing a book where we go back in time to find out who killed his father, and we have to find the killer in a small town, and then we have this hunter and he can’t find the murderer.
And then he realizes that he’s the killer.
So then he starts hunting, and all of a sudden, he’s at the front lines of this battle and he really wants to be the killer, but it’s like he’s never had any training.
And I’m like, “Okay, well, that’s the kind of story we could make, so let’s do that.”
But then we started talking about what sort of the characters we wanted to focus on in the book, and I said, “Well, this is a really fun story, but how can we make it a little more interesting and fun?”
So I said we can make it more fun and interesting by making it a novel, which we did.
And what that meant was, the first two books in the series, “Nomas,” and “Nomen,” were about the same kind of stuff.
And we were really excited to do a novel that would be a little bit more like that.
So, the idea we had was to do “NOMADS” a novel and a TV show, and this was the perfect opportunity to do it.
I mean, we have a lot in common.
I have a son who’s like 15 years old, and my wife has been doing this same thing.
I’m trying to be like her, and she’s doing it too.
We’ve been trying to find this killer, and so, we were just getting excited.
So we started reading the first couple of books and then I started reading it again and I realized that this is going to be a really good opportunity to make it the same.
Priest: I don’t know if it’s coincidence that “Nominations” is the title of the TV show.
It sounds like it’s kind of a nod to the TV series.
And also it’s my birthday, so it was the right time to do that.
I started getting really excited about the show, because I just started watching it on Netflix.
And when I saw the title, I was like, Oh, that could be a