Reason.tv has a few more tidbits of Atlas Shrugged movie information if you haven't already watched it. First up is some clips from the production/post-production of the movie.
The next video is the screen writer talking about "Adapting the Epic: The Making of Atlas Shrugged the Movie". I think his take on the theme is particularly interesting since Ayn Rand made the it quite explicit.
Ayn Rand said the theme of Atlas Shrugged is "the role of the mind in man’s existence and, as corollary, the demonstration of a new moral philosophy: the morality of rational self-interest." What do you guys think?