Directors: Dan St. Pierre, Harry Kloor
MPAA Rating: N/A
Screenwriter: Harry Kloor
Starring: Samuel L. Jackson, Hayden Christensen, Amanda Peet, Sandra Oh, William Shatner, Brent Spiner, Chris Pine, Spencer Breslin, Tom Kenny, Mark Hamill, Jason Alexander, Abigail Breslin, Doug Jones, James Earl Jones, Robert Picardo, Neil Armstrong, Gary Graham, Janina Gavankar
Copyright Holder: N/A
Official website: QQthemovie.com
"Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey" is a sci-fi action film set in a scientifically accurate rendering of our solar system in 3-D stereoscopic. Visually, the film blends computer animation with the fantastic images captured during recent NASA space explorations including the international Cassini Huygens mission. The audience is taken on a simulated solar safari, exploring the outer planets and moons of our solar system such as Titan, a moon of Saturn that has rainfall, rivers, and giant lakes of natural gas. Directed by Dan St. Pierre and Dr. Harry Kloor, and written and conceived by Dr. Kloor, "Quantum Quest" tells the story of an epic battle between the forces of good and evil. The central character is Dave (Chris Pine), a photon who lives in the Sun, who with his people, is drawn into a galactic battle between THE CORE (William Shatner, the embodiment of the Sun, representing life and knowledge) and THE VOID (Mark Hamill, the embodiment of Nothingness, who wishes for total annihilation of the universe). "Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey" was initiated by NASA's JPL as part of the outreach program of the Cassini Huygens space mission in 1996, as a project that would be entertaining as well as having underlying scientific educational goals. It is the first time that NASA's JPL has ever initiated a film project and the first time that famed Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first person to walk on the surface of the Moon, has participated in a feature film, lending his voice to one of the characters.