You'll probably never get to see this John Malkovich movie

John Malkovich in 100 Years. (Screengrab: Robb Report México/YouTube)
John Malkovich in 100 Years. (Screengrab: Robb Report México/YouTube)

Cape Town – John Malkovich has been working on a movie that nobody will get to see. 

The original film created for Louise XIII Cognac envisions Earth one hundred years in the future and will not be released until 2115.

It was directed by Robert Rodriguez and inspired by the time it requires to create LOUIS XIII.

To ensure that 100 Years remains secure until its official premiere on 18 November 2115, the film was placed in a state-of-the-art safe – which will open automatically in 100 years when the timing is complete.

While most of us probably won't live to see it local celebrities were granted an exclusive preview of the film’s teaser in Johannesburg. 

In the clips Malkovich, who wrote the screenplay, can be seen presenting different futures for example one where nature has overtaken the world, a planet ruled by technology and another where robots have taken control of the planet. 

Watch a teaser here:

One thousand guests from around the world received an exclusive invitation to give to their descendants to attend the premiere of 100 Years, on 18 November 2115, at the House of LOUIS XIII in Cognac, France.