Director Wayne Kramer should be more famous - his first two movies, The Cooler and Running Scared are both excellent. And now, after being unceremoniously dumped from Sylvester Stallone's Headshot, he has his next project in the works. It's called Ecstasia, and like approximately 60% of new movies, it's set in the future. More specifically, it's about a future in which love no longer exists, except when it's artificially induced in an expensive procedure known as "commitment." Without this procedure, relationships of the future can't last. Here's more, if you can commit:
"Kramer’s film revolves around a man and woman who turn to desperate measures when they can no longer afford the costs of “commitment.”

Pretty interesting, right? No word yet on who will star, but I'll be there regardless of who's in it. (Deadline)