Remake Star Wars: A New Hope...
Remake Star Wars: A New Hope...
I would have to do a live action Werewolf By Night tv series because that would be AWESOME :hmgrin:
Somethin' in eighties style.
- NO CGI
- NO DESATURED COLORS
- NO DEPRESSION
- TRUE ACTORS
- A LOT OF HEAVY METAL
- LARGER THAN LIFE
So maybe it can be:
- a MOTU movie with these actors:
- a remake of Sweeney Todd
- a movie with Bruce Willis and Mel Gibson
- a movie loosely based on King Lear with Arnold Schwarznegger (like the Hamlet seen in Last Action Hero movie)
- a coming of age movie
- a post-apocalyptic movie
Spaceballs (2013) The Pre-Make
Gremlins, a scarier remake that is told old school, like when you didn't see the monster until the very end.
Demolition Man 2
I would do one of four things
1. Make a Masters of the Universe movie
2. Make a new Masters of the Universe animated series without the silly censorship.
3. Make a new Transformers movie
4. Make a Transformers animated series set on Cybertron during the war.
Either one of these things:
1. Make a Masters of the Universe film
2. Make a theatrical film version of any of the animated series: My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, Adventure Time, or Regular Show
3. Make a Oz film that's like the books (the closest we have is Return to Oz)
4. Make a Disney 2D animated film about a fat princess character, who finds love.
I would want to see a Carmen Sandiego movie made. :)
I'd revive The Mask proper. Release the entire cartoon on DVD(including the episode where the naked woman tried to suicide bomb the mayor and got pulled from syndication), pay for new comics to be made(Dark Horse needs to get its head out of licenses and manga and get back to its roots!), then take the Son Of The Mask master reels and toss them in a volcano where they belong. THEN I would hire Guillermo del Toro to make a new movie based on the original violent comics- straight adaptation, no changes to the source. Keep all the violence, keep the supernatural powers, keep Walter. if I want realism I'll go outside. In other words, no Chris Nolan, no Michael Bay, no JJ Abrams to make changes for their "artistic vision". Writers? Hire Arcudi and Mahnke, they wrote the comics, del Toro can help them. No sense letting someone unfamiliar with the series mess it up.
I'd also fund a new cartoon, set as a sequel to the old toon, retconning out that SOTM filth and finally making the episode where Dorian's spirit comes back to haunt Edge City. Get Rob Paulsen and Tim Curry back, get the same writers back.
-Bartholomew vs. Neff, an unmade movie with John Candy and Sylvester Stallone. Candy would have to be recast sadly.
-MOTU live action tv show
-Ewoks live action tv show
-My own pro wrestling show geared toward children
-Doctor Fate movie
-Doom Patrol movie
-Grand Theft Auto movie trilogy (vice, SA, 4)
-Doctor Who adventures of the 8th Doctor tv show
-Tv show comedy set in the 80's
-Basketball street tournament reality show
-Johnny Quest cgi tv show
-Captain Caveman cartoon tv show
-Reality show of NORMAL people in Philadelphia
-Steampunk live action tv show
-Dumb and Dumber sequel with Carrey and Daniels
- Aquaman movie
-New Timm Universe DC cartoon teamups that change every week
-Are You Being Served inspired comedy tv show
-New Six Million Dollar Man tv show
-Star Wars tv show live action starring ummm Boshek
I think Disney's pretty much got that covered. :hmwink:
If we're being serious then I'd go with M.A.S.K. I think it's terribly overlooked and has every element that could make for a killer, breakout film. And I'd be a hero for the studio that would give me a $250 million budget because I'd bring it for half of that...even with John Woo directing :hmlol:
Besides Matt being snuck into G.I.Joe and some kind of artwork that popped up a year ago M.A.S.K. has been greatly overlooked.
A fourth Re-Animator movie though I think 250 million dollars for the budget is overkill I'd only need a tenth of the money maybe make it 40-50 million to make a decent film. I'd have practical effects and keep the cgi to a minimum. I'd would listen to what the fans want, hell I would have fans who work in the movie industry work on the film at least you know the property would be treated right.