This scan and info was from www.wetdarkandwild.com
Duncan Jones tells Empire 'On this one I've got four really talented actors - Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Wright. It's a new test, a new experience...'
Jake Gyllenhaal was apparently the one 'who pushed him to board the sci-fi thriller'.
Duncan describes Jake Gyllenhaal's character briefly as 'a military man who wakes up on a train not knowing how he got there. Before he gets a chance to work it out, things change in such a dramatic way, he doesn't know whether the train's real or not...When it was brought to me it was serious, quite cerebral, dark and depressing, My take was, "This could actually be quite fun..."'
The director also tells us of Paul Hirsch (editor) and how he is 'thrilled to be working with him'. However it was Paul Hirsch who called Duncan the genius after suggesting something during the editing process, which made his year.
...appeared at Comic Con a few weeks ago. Not quite sure what it is,early promo material perhaps.
Off topic (sort of) I went to a screening of Moon at the BFI on tuesday. As a bonus there was an entertaining Q & A afterwards with Duncan Jones, Gavin Rothery (Concept artist and VFX supervisor), Hideki Arichi (Art Director) and Barrett Heathcode, VFX Editor. A year after release Moon still filled 450 seats (quickly too, after being upgraded from NFT2 to NFT1) which gives you an idea of the growing popularity of this film, and it will continue to grow. If you want to watch the Q&A it has been uploaded at the blog MovieBrit. Again huge thanks to WDW for this.