Hollywood has OFFICIALLY run out of ideas

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Re: The Rock Rides The Pork Chop Express

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20th Century Fox is excited about a new take from “X-Men: First Class” writers Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz




The Rock Rides The Pork Chop Express In BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA Remake
Like, don't remake Big Trouble In Little China. For one thing, the original is perfect and no amount of CGI is going to improve upon it.

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TheButcher wrote:Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson to Star in ‘Big Trouble in Little China’ Remake (Exclusive)
20th Century Fox is excited about a new take from “X-Men: First Class” writers Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz




The Rock Rides The Pork Chop Express In BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA Remake
Like, don't remake Big Trouble In Little China. For one thing, the original is perfect and no amount of CGI is going to improve upon it.

Justin Morissette wrote:The Rock just did a movie where he thought he was great but saved absolutely no one, so he's perfect for Jack Burton.


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Re: Hollywood has OFFICIALLY run out of ideas

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Re: Hollywood has OFFICIALLY run out of ideas

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Re: #Jumanji2! 2manji?

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papalazeru wrote:Someone make Jumanji 3 please.

From THR:
Zach Helm to Write 'Jumanji' Remake (Heat Vision Exclusive)
UPDATED: Matt Tolmach and Bill Teitler are producing the reimagining of the story, based on a Chris van Allsburg book and previously adapted into the 1995 Robin Williams movie.
Borys Kit wrote:Zach Helm, who garnered acclaim for penning Stranger Than Fiction, has been tapped to write Columbia’s reimagining of Jumanji.

Matt Tolmach and Bill Teitler are producing the project, which is a new adaptation of the Chris Van Allsburg book. The tome, first published in 1981, was previously a 1995 movie directed by Joe Johnston that starred Robin Wiliams and Kirsten Dunst. Ted Field and Mike Weber are exec producing the new project.

The movie, blending light comedy and family adventure, told of a board game come to life as two kids discover the supernatural game and release a man trapped in there decades earlier. They also unleash jungle forces and must team up with the man to quell the game’s powerful magic.

The 2005 Jon Favreau-directed film Zathura was a sequel of sorts.

Word of a remake came early this summer when Sony execs said they were developing the project as “an update for the present."

Helm has proven to have a whimsical touch with Stranger Than Fiction and his Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium, the latter of which he directed. He recently did rewrite work on The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, another comedic adventure movie that stars Ben Stiller and will be released Dec. 25, 2013.

He is repped by CAA.


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i thought she'd be bigger.
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Re: Krush Groove Reboot

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Re: Hollywood has OFFICIALLY run out of ideas

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she's an upgrade over McG. maybe she'll change her name to McB.
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Re: McB's Charlie's Angels Reboot

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she's an upgrade over McG. maybe she'll change her name to McB.

Melissa McCarthy is Charlie's Angel.
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Re: Jumanji2! 2manji?

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Scott Rosenberg Comes Aboard ‘Jumanji’ For Columbia Pictures
Anita Busch wrote:EXCLUSIVE: Scott Rosenberg has just been tapped to do a rewrite on the redo of Jumanji for Columbia Pictures. The project is considered a high priority for the studio as it plan to have the film set for release on Christmas Day next year. The project, produced by Matt Tolmach and Bill Teitler, is said to be a re-imagination of the original Chris Van Allsburg book about a board game that comes to life.

Rosenberg has written for both the small and big screen. The first season of Zoo based on the 2012 novel of the same name by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge was just completed for CBS which he developed, wrote and executive produced with Josh Appelbaum, Andre Nemec and Jeff Pinkner. In fact, Pinkner is going to consult on the Jumanji script with Rosenberg. Ted Field and Mike Weber are executive producing.

Rosenberg’s credits are very well known, and he is versatile in comedy and action and also is adept at adapting books, which makes him kind of the perfect scribe for Jumanji since the project encompasses all three of those skill sets. He has written everything from Beautiful Girls, Things To Do In Denver When You’re Dead, High Fidelity to Gone In Sixty Seconds and Grasshopper Jungle (a YA novel about high school teenagers who fight for their lives during the apocalypse).
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Re: The Rock Rides The Pork Chop Express

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caruso_stalker217 wrote:
TheButcher wrote:Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson to Star in ‘Big Trouble in Little China’ Remake (Exclusive)
20th Century Fox is excited about a new take from “X-Men: First Class” writers Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz




The Rock Rides The Pork Chop Express In BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA Remake
Like, don't remake Big Trouble In Little China. For one thing, the original is perfect and no amount of CGI is going to improve upon it.

Justin Morissette wrote:The Rock just did a movie where he thought he was great but saved absolutely no one, so he's perfect for Jack Burton.


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The Rock’s BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA Remake Did Not Quietly Dissipate As Hoped
You got your good John Carpenter remake news and your bad John Carpenter remake news.
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Grim & Gritty Jumanji! Jumanji2! 2manji? ‘J2umanji’

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Dwayne Johnson to Star in ‘Jumanji’ Remake
Jack Giroux wrote:Dwayne Johnson just confirmed on his Instagram that he’ll produce and star in Jumanji. The actor and his production company, Seven Bucks Productions, plan to “edge up the script.”


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Re: Hollywood has OFFICIALLY run out of ideas

Postby Ribbons on Tue May 24, 2016 9:27 pm

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Re: The Rock Rides The Pork Chop Express

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TheButcher wrote:
TheButcher wrote:
caruso_stalker217 wrote:
TheButcher wrote:Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson to Star in ‘Big Trouble in Little China’ Remake (Exclusive)
20th Century Fox is excited about a new take from “X-Men: First Class” writers Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz




The Rock Rides The Pork Chop Express In BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA Remake
Like, don't remake Big Trouble In Little China. For one thing, the original is perfect and no amount of CGI is going to improve upon it.

Justin Morissette wrote:The Rock just did a movie where he thought he was great but saved absolutely no one, so he's perfect for Jack Burton.


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The Rock’s BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA Remake Did Not Quietly Dissipate As Hoped
You got your good John Carpenter remake news and your bad John Carpenter remake news.


I have to say, as a massive BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA fan, the thought of a remake doesn't bother me a bit. I don't know why. And I actually wouldn't mind seeing a Duane Johnson-helmed version.

Unless it looks like utter shit.
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Re: “Die Hard in a…”

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Dwayne Johnson-Rawson Thurber China Action Pitch Stirs Big Bids
Mike Fleming Jr
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EXCLUSIVE: There’s an action pitch that Rawson Marshall Thurber is writing and will direct that is generating a serious bidding war, with multiple seven-figure offers on the table. Dwayne Johnson is attached to star in the project, which is being described as a Die Hard in China-type star vehicle for The Rock, where it becomes one man against extraordinary circumstances and is set in the Middle Kingdom. Beau Flynn is the producer.

Legendary and Universal have made a seven-figure offer, we’re hearing, as have Sony and Paramount. New Line is also circling this. It’s very possible that this auction will be concluded by the holiday, probably by tomorrow. The bidding becomes another recent example where studios are really willing to step up for the right package.

Thurber (Dodgeball, We’re The Millers) and Johnson just teamed on New Line’s buddy comedy Central Intelligence co-starring Kevin Hart which comes out June 17. Flynn and The Rock have worked together several times including on 2014’s Hercules, last year’s big summer actioner San Andreas and currently on the Baywatch redo.
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Re: “Die Hard in a…”

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Legendary Wins Bidding War for China-Set Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson Action Movie (Exclusive)
Rawson Marshall Thurber, who worked with Johnson on the upcoming 'Central Intelligence,' will write the 'Skyscraper' script and direct the feature.
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Re: Hollywood has OFFICIALLY run out of ideas

Postby Ribbons on Fri May 27, 2016 3:55 am

So will this be called Big Trouble in Actual China?
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Re: Die Hard in Little China

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Ribbons wrote:So will this be called Big Trouble in Actual China?

Nice!
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Re: Hollywood has OFFICIALLY run out of ideas

Postby caruso_stalker217 on Fri May 27, 2016 9:10 am

Big Trouble In China China.

Little Trouble In Big China.
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Re: Hollywood has OFFICIALLY run out of ideas

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caruso_stalker217 wrote:Little Trouble In Big China.

That's perfect.

The Rock To Star In SKYSCRAPER, A DIE HARD Movie Set In China
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Re: Hollywood has OFFICIALLY run out of ideas

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THR:
Hollywood's New Problem: Sequels Moviegoers Don't Want
"2016 has proven to be a very tough battleground, and the landscape has been littered with a series of sequels that have come up short and thus call into question the entire notion of the inherent appeal of non-original, franchise-based content," says one analyst.

THR:
'Rogue One' and the Trouble With Stand-Alone Movies
Even more than 'The Force Awakens,' this movie will demonstrate whether the property has long-term value as a franchise with a new film every year.

THR:
Why the 'X-Men' Franchise Needs to Evolve or Die (Analysis)
After 16 years, should the mutant superhero series start over after 'X-Men: Apocalypse'?

BMD:
Maybe Audiences Want Sagas, Not Sequels
Thoughts on Hollywood's sequel slump.
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Re: Hollywood has OFFICIALLY run out of ideas

Postby TheBaxter on Tue Jun 07, 2016 10:32 am

sequels, sagas, stand-alone movies... what people really want are just good movies with good stories... meaning a satisfying story with a beginning, a middle, AND AN END. it's all fine and good to set up the next film in the franchise, but not at the expense of the story you're currently telling. remakes and sequels are usually just lazy rehashes of the previous film, with a few small differences thrown in. audiences are getting wise to that, not to mention, a lot of them are sequels to films that weren't very good in the first place, and people remember the first film sucked, so why go see another one? and the franchise films have become nothing but an excuse to make the next film in the series. that's why the last spiderman series failed, they put more thought and effort into how to set up the next 2 or 3 films instead of developing a worthy story for the film they were actually making. avengers has done a better job, so it's doing better. i still haven't seen batman vs superman, but it sounds like it wasn't quite as successful, and that will probably show up in the next film or films in that series. if you're making a "saga", you need to have a payoff eventually. otherwise you get a Lost situation, the audience eventually gets fatigue waiting for some resolution to take place.
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Re: Hollywood has OFFICIALLY run out of ideas

Postby Ribbons on Tue Jun 07, 2016 10:35 am

TheBaxter wrote:otherwise you get a Lost situation, the audience eventually gets fatigue waiting for some resolution to take place.


And will only show up to watch the last movie in the series, which will confuse them and make them think that Tony Stark was dead the whole time
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Re: Hollywood has OFFICIALLY run out of ideas

Postby Ribbons on Thu Jul 07, 2016 7:16 pm

You guys, fuck all this DC vs. Marvel capeshit. Get ready for...

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...the Tetris trilogy!
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Re: “TETRIS”

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Ribbons wrote:You guys, fuck all this DC vs. Marvel capeshit. Get ready for...

[drumroll]

...the Tetris trilogy!


{EXCLUSIVE} BRETT RATNER’S RATPAC ENTERTAINMENT DEVELOPING “TETRIS” ORIGIN STORY
〉 In the vein of The Social Network, RatPac is developing the origin story of Tetris creator Alexey Pajitnov.
Josh Lyons wrote:Here’s a bit of news that fits perfectly: Brett Ratner and James Packer are developing a biopic based on the life of Alexey Pajitnov, the Russian video game designer and computer engineer who created the iconic video game Tetris in their currently UNTITLED TETRIS PROJECT. Ratner and Packer are producing through their RatPac Entertainment.

In the vein of The Social Network, the story details the career of Pajitnov, who first developed Tetris with the help of Dmitry Pavlovsky and Vadim Gerasimov in 1984 in the communist-run USSR. Pajitnov was working for a Soviet-funded research and development center in Moscow when he developed the first version of the puzzle game, which began to spread throughout the region–initially exchanged between computer programmers.

As Tetris grew in popularity, being upgraded and adapted for various gaming devices and systems, the rights to the game became the crux of multiple complicated legal battles that spanned across the globe. The battles became so heated, in fact, that they threatened to destabilize relationships between governments. Following a controversial court ruling, Nintendo gained the legal right to sell the game, and as a result, Tetris was sold with every Game Boy console in America. Pajitnov, who moved to America in 1991, did not see a dime for his creation until 1996.

That same year, GameSpot named Pajitnov the fourth most influential computer game developer of all time, while IGN later cited him as “the ultimate video game one-hit wonder.” He went on to develop games for Microsoft.

Between the success of The Social Network and the remarkable–and still untold–true history of Tetris’s origins, there’s certainly a market for a film like this. The game has instant name recognition even with non-game enthusiasts. Not to mention the current geo-political situation between Russia and the West, which makes the story all the more timely.

Tetris isn’t the only iconic game that’s getting an origin story film. Big Beach Films recently announced it was developing The Monopolists, which recounts the scandalous story of the Parker Brothers, who became household names for their board game Monopoly–which they may or may not have stolen.

Producers are currently looking for a screenwriter to adapt the Tetris story for the screen.


THE MONOPOLISTS
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Re: Hollywood has OFFICIALLY run out of ideas

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Re: Hollywood has OFFICIALLY run out of ideas

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The pussyfication of Hollywood continues...
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Re: Hollywood has OFFICIALLY run out of ideas

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Re: Hollywood has OFFICIALLY run out of ideas

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wow, those ghosts in GB3 were so scary, they turned her into a white girl.
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Re: Blues Brothers 2017!

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Melissa McCarthy & Kristen Wiig are: The Blues Brothers!
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Roseanne Barr is Martin Luther King in Selma 2!
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Jason Momoa set to star in Crow remake

I think this guy is picking roles that allow him to keep his long flowing hair and mustache/goatee.
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so sorry wrote:Jason Momoa set to star in Crow remake

I think this guy is picking roles that allow him to keep his long flowing hair and mustache/goatee.


I thought this was another spoof.....good gods.....I thought it was a spoof!! :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
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so sorry wrote:I think this guy is picking roles that allow him to keep his long flowing hair and mustache/goatee.


I think he was cast for the eye make-up.
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Re: Jumanjiverse

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The Chris Van Allsburg Cinematic Universe

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Dwayne Johnson Says Jumanji is Not a Reboot
Beth Elderkin wrote:The key word here is “continuation,” which likely means it won’t be a direct sequel. It’s probably going to be a broader part of the Jumanji cinematic universe, acknowledging the events of the past while also being its own story. Sort of like how Jurassic World is technically part of the Jurassic Park franchise but also totally not.


Jumanji Wiki:
Jumanji is a 1995 American adventure fantasy film directed by Joe Johnston. It is an adaptation of the 1981 children's book of the same name by Chris Van Allsburg.

In 2005, a spiritual sequel to Jumanji titled Zathura was released; it was also adapted from a Van Allsburg book.
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Re: Hollywood has OFFICIALLY run out of ideas

Postby Ribbons on Mon Aug 22, 2016 6:36 pm

Between Jumanji, Zathura, Oujia and Candyland, I am really looking forward to the Magical Board Games Cinematic Universe
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Ribbons wrote:Between Jumanji, Zathura, Oujia and Candyland, I am really looking forward to the Magical Board Games Cinematic Universe

Quentin Tarantino's 'Candyland'
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Lionsgate Plans Two More Tyler Perry Movies
The move follows the success of Tyler Perry's 'Boo! A Madea Halloween.'
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SETH GORDON TO HELM “PRICE IS RIGHT” TRUE STORY (EXCLUSIVE)
Horrible Bosses director Seth Gordon is attached to helm The Price is Right based on the real-life scandal revolving around popular and long-running game show.
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TheButcher wrote:SETH GORDON TO HELM “PRICE IS RIGHT” TRUE STORY (EXCLUSIVE)
Horrible Bosses director Seth Gordon is attached to helm The Price is Right based on the real-life scandal revolving around popular and long-running game show.



Was the scandal that Bob Barker ran a secret puppy farm operation?
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Re: Norman Lear's Universe

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Variety:
Norman Lear Sitcoms ‘All in the Family,’ ‘The Jeffersons’ & “Good Times” Being Eyed by Sony for Reboots (EXCLUSIVE)
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Re: Norman Lear's Universe

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TheButcher wrote:Variety:
Norman Lear Sitcoms ‘All in the Family,’ ‘The Jeffersons’ & “Good Times” Being Eyed by Sony for Reboots (EXCLUSIVE)



How the fuck could they get away with All in the Family these days????
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Re: Norman Lear's Universe

Postby TheBaxter on Wed Jan 04, 2017 10:05 am

so sorry wrote:
TheButcher wrote:Variety:
Norman Lear Sitcoms ‘All in the Family,’ ‘The Jeffersons’ & “Good Times” Being Eyed by Sony for Reboots (EXCLUSIVE)



How the fuck could they get away with All in the Family these days????


Archie Bunker runs for president and wins. quite timely.
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Re: Norman Lear's Universe

Postby so sorry on Wed Jan 04, 2017 12:05 pm

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TheButcher wrote:Variety:
Norman Lear Sitcoms ‘All in the Family,’ ‘The Jeffersons’ & “Good Times” Being Eyed by Sony for Reboots (EXCLUSIVE)



How the fuck could they get away with All in the Family these days????


Archie Bunker runs for president and wins. quite timely.


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