Richard Kelly, director of the upcoming SF epic movie Southland Tales, wrote on his official MySpace.com blog that he is in the final week of post-production on the movie.
"I have been working long, long hours," Kelly wrote this week. "The film is basically finished by the end of the day this Friday."
Kelly added that Sony, which is releasing the film, is putting the finishing touches on a trailer, which will debut "in the first week of September."
"I have seen it, and I can tell you that it is very action-packed, features three songs from the soundtrack, the entire cast of characters and a lot of one-liners," Kelly said. "Very exciting! Can't wait for everyone to see it."
Southland Tales takes place in near-future Los Angeles and follows a disparate group of characters on the eve of an unnamed apocalypse. Kelly promised news about a prequel graphic-novel compilation book and the film's soundtrack soon.
"We will be screening the film for the very first time in the coming weeks... so stay tuned," Kelly said.
Southland Tales, which stars Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Seann William Scott, opens on Nov. 9.