7 months ago 7 months ago Hollywood needs new ideas. Badly. by Staff 7 months ago7 months ago PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF ART DO SOMETHING NEW Post PaginationPrevious PostPreviousNext PostNextLike it? Share with your friends! 40 40 points Exquisite Jesus Quit buying into it, then. http://www.bubok.com.ar/libros/194779/Historias-de-Findur--El-Libro-del-Nigromante Gulmor https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/70dfa2134a6412172ed43a67359bd29d060619d0e0254997c36327f06fdf5121.png m4a4 Reboot? Heck no. Another trilogy with time travel? Sure, if it’s done well. Shibuya Make original content again even if the new IP is based on something. Tanya Wicht i can’t believe they have made, yet another, Robin Hood movie, are they becoming a semi annual even now? — I was just talking about it yesterday, because I saw the trailer and…..uhh, there wasn’t a single thing about the trailer, no one, that would’ve elicited any sort of feelings of excitement. I just kept thinking of Russell Crowe’s Robin Hood, which was also bland and boring. brujah1381 Translation: Great Scott! Audiences are getting a Back to the Future reboot whether they want one or not. brujah1381 Highlander, The Crow, Masters of the Universe, Howard the Duck, there’s plenty of material that could do with a good reboot if they really need material but can’t think of anything original. — Highlander would be a fun choice! The original special-effects were pretty bad and the sequels were quite terrible, but the idea was original and fun and I could certainly get behind a reboot on that! prometheus Unless you get Queen to do the soundtrack again and do minimal special effects (like, actual swordfights and good camerawork) I will pass on that one. Also don’t touch The Crow. I could get behind Howard the Duck, though. Johnny Alpha aaaand yet they can’t successfully re-make a Truffaut film … — Since we’re speaking of reboots, there’s apparently a kinda-sorta reboot of the Terminator – series in the works; it’s not a full reboot, they are keeping T1 and T2, but they’re scrapping everything that happened in the sequels. I think that’s a reasonable move, the two first movies were great and there’s no reason to scrap everything that happened in them, and I am quite excited about the possibilities. I wish they’d do the same for Robocop, too — he’s such a great character. AndFred How about we instate a rule saying you can’t reboot a popular film before 50 years has passed. Rokas Akanichas Because we need to capitalize on already existing names now, don’t we.