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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 21/2/2013 1:04:04 AM   
Cloud Cuckoo


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ORIGINAL: Rebel scum

Adapt the first two Dark Tower books as one three-hour film with Viggo Mortenson as Roland.



I'd cast Hugh Jackman as Roland. I don't know why but I pictured him all the way through the books; he would kick serious ass in that role. Daniel Craig wouldn't be too shoddy either.

I'd cast the guy from My Name Is Earl (whose name is escaping me right now) as Eddie. Still working on Susannah ... maybe Halle Berry.

Edit: Jason Lee, of course.

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 23/2/2013 8:33:17 AM   
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ORIGINAL: squeezyrider

My idea for a film is something that's been rattling about in my head for years. I'd love to write it but I don't think I've got it in me.

The basic premise is that one day for no reason each state of the USA wakes up speaking a different language.

My theory is that America is only united by their common language and if that was removed they'd be at war within a year.

I haven;t worked out what the resolution is or how it plays out but the idea's strong.


So basically the story from the old testament of the tower of babel.

The trouble is explaining the premise convicingly - almost all of them is a bit deus ex machina.

Also the population in USA is not evenly distributed, so California would probably quickly move in most of the western part.


Yeah the Tower of Babel story is where the idea originally came from. I think I was watching the news about some form of American overseas meddling and it occurred to me that America is only so powerful because of it's shared language. And if you take that away what happens.

Also despite knowing nothing real about america (I've never actually been) I felt that different States have different characteristics that could be interesting as they develop a national identity. As someone who doesn't know one end of a camera from the other I thought about trying to write it as a novel but i can't think of a way to get the idea across when you're only writing in one language.

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 23/2/2013 8:35:14 AM   
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The last point about the population split is actually quite useful from a plot point of view as you'd need to focus the story on only a few antagonists. East Coast vs West perhaps.

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 23/2/2013 8:22:05 PM   
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I'd do a follow up to the TV show Jericho focusing on the impending second American Civil War teased in the final series.

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 11/5/2013 12:53:34 AM   
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I'd probably adapt A Quiet Belief In Angels.

Well, ideally The Big Nowhere, but you'd need a hell of a screenwriter for that. Since this would clearly happen in an ideal world, Fincher would've already adapted The Black Dahlia properly.

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 13/5/2013 12:14:43 AM   
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I'd make an adaption of Junk By Melvin Burgess. Probably have a good few million left over, then id just say fuck it and make another Bill and Ted.

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 13/5/2013 8:01:24 PM   
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ive always wanted a remake or sequel to the warriors 1979

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 14/5/2013 11:45:30 AM   
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I'd like to see a conclusion to the '28' series. I feel like there is room for a 3rd film whether that be a prequel(unlikely) or a genuine conclusion, in the form of a sequel. 28 Days was a masterpiece and set off a decade long fad with the zombie genre, 28 Weeks had it's moments but never quite reached the heights of its predecessor, despite spawning several big screen stars in Jeremy Renner & Rose Byrne.

I'd love to be involved with the writing of the film, but Danny Boyle and Alex Garland would have to pair up together again in writing alongside me(that feels very weird to say). I feel I would relish having the sole responsibility of directing and as regards the cast, well being so early in the writing process I feel it to be rather premature and unprofessional to comment on that aspect of the film...

I genuinely don't know in which direction I'd want the film to go in, the two current films in the series having both taken place in London have perhaps run the city dry of source material. 28 Weeks finishes with a small clip showing ravaged, flesh eating humans roaming the streets of Paris, in particular the Eiffel Tower. However that's not somewhere I'd consider continuing the story, so I can see why the team behind both films are struggling to develop a third. I guess once the dream of myself being handed £150m to develop a film becomes a reality, I'll have more news for you guys.

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 14/5/2013 12:14:34 PM   
Discodez

 

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There was a book released in the early nineties by Peter Atkins called Morningstar, about a serial killer who decapitates his victims, men women and children, and signs the name "Morningstar" in their blood next to his victims. A journalist receives a phone call from the killer himself and invites the journalist to interview him so he can tell his story. Morningstar reveals that he is in fact not a serial Killer but a vampire hunter who not only decapitates but stakes his victims through the heart and stuffs their mouths with garlic.

Morningstar know's that he himself is now being hunted, by who or what he doesn't know but he knows someone is trying to stop him from his decades long mission.

The final third of the book was quite unsatisfactory for me and takes a turn from thriller genre into the realms of fantasy and loses it's way a little, so would need some work. Perhaps get someone with a decent track record to adapt and change it but I always thought the basic premise would make an excellent film.



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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 14/5/2013 1:21:44 PM   
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ORIGINAL: AngryDude92

The first two preacher books. Easy!
James Franco as Jesse
Either Colin Farrell or Michael Fassbender as Cassidy (They'd both be good)
Amber heard maybe for Tulip or Jennifer Lawrence if we can make her look a tad older.
Tommy Lee Jones Or David Morrisey as The saint of killers (One has the haggered face and talent the other has erm- he's fucking awsome)
Orlando Bloom as arse Face.
Christoph Waltz as Scarr

and I shall convince the coen brothers to write it with me. and then direct while I sit around and either produce or take lots of coke and produce.



This is a good shout!

Not sure I'd pick James Franco as Jesse though...saying that, off the top of my head not sure who I'd cast in his place. Franco doesn't have the rough edges for me - remember Jesse can kick ass without his 'power'.

TLJ might be a bit too old (and rounded) for Saint of Killers - Josh Brolin or even Sean Bean might be better options?

I doubt we'll ever see an adaptation of Preacher...or Dark Tower for that matter, which has also been mentioned. I love both series (Dark Tower books AND graphic novels) and whilst I'd love to see them both perfectly realised, I'm also sceptical they can ever be done justice.

Maybe one day.

If I was given carte blanche to make a film, I'd adapt either of these two books...though not sure either would need such a high budget:





Haven't given actors a thought though (...so I suck at this) ;)

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 15/5/2013 11:48:06 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: JoeyMul

I'd like to see a conclusion to the '28' series. I feel like there is room for a 3rd film whether that be a prequel(unlikely) or a genuine conclusion, in the form of a sequel. 28 Days was a masterpiece and set off a decade long fad with the zombie genre, 28 Weeks had it's moments but never quite reached the heights of its predecessor, despite spawning several big screen stars in Jeremy Renner & Rose Byrne.

I'd love to be involved with the writing of the film, but Danny Boyle and Alex Garland would have to pair up together again in writing alongside me(that feels very weird to say). I feel I would relish having the sole responsibility of directing and as regards the cast, well being so early in the writing process I feel it to be rather premature and unprofessional to comment on that aspect of the film...

I genuinely don't know in which direction I'd want the film to go in, the two current films in the series having both taken place in London have perhaps run the city dry of source material. 28 Weeks finishes with a small clip showing ravaged, flesh eating humans roaming the streets of Paris, in particular the Eiffel Tower. However that's not somewhere I'd consider continuing the story, so I can see why the team behind both films are struggling to develop a third. I guess once the dream of myself being handed £150m to develop a film becomes a reality, I'll have more news for you guys.


I always wondered why they never made 28 Months later, would be pretty cool.


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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 16/5/2013 10:38:28 AM   
Dannybohy


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THE VAMPIRE LESTAT By Anne Rice. I would make this awesome book into a movie at last!!, why on gods earth after all these naff vampire movies and tv series this ultimate vampire novel has not been made into a movie is beyond me!. Its the James bond of Vampire novels!. I would love Anne Rice to be involved, Neil Jordan's adaption of her first Vampire novel was great, wouldn't say no to him returning but I would love Vince Gilligan on board writing and Zack Snyder to direct!

alternatively I would like to give the whole 150 million to the makers of the Robocop reboot and ask them to burn it, everything! the script all the footage, everything! and pretend like it never happened. or at least 50 million just to digitally change the black rubber suit and remove the dumb fucking human hand they have left!! and ensure in the script its full and total body prosthesis like the original!
fucking bunch of clowns !

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 16/5/2013 10:40:21 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Chronicle


quote:

ORIGINAL: JoeyMul

I'd like to see a conclusion to the '28' series. I feel like there is room for a 3rd film whether that be a prequel(unlikely) or a genuine conclusion, in the form of a sequel. 28 Days was a masterpiece and set off a decade long fad with the zombie genre, 28 Weeks had it's moments but never quite reached the heights of its predecessor, despite spawning several big screen stars in Jeremy Renner & Rose Byrne.

I'd love to be involved with the writing of the film, but Danny Boyle and Alex Garland would have to pair up together again in writing alongside me(that feels very weird to say). I feel I would relish having the sole responsibility of directing and as regards the cast, well being so early in the writing process I feel it to be rather premature and unprofessional to comment on that aspect of the film...

I genuinely don't know in which direction I'd want the film to go in, the two current films in the series having both taken place in London have perhaps run the city dry of source material. 28 Weeks finishes with a small clip showing ravaged, flesh eating humans roaming the streets of Paris, in particular the Eiffel Tower. However that's not somewhere I'd consider continuing the story, so I can see why the team behind both films are struggling to develop a third. I guess once the dream of myself being handed £150m to develop a film becomes a reality, I'll have more news for you guys.


I always wondered why they never made 28 Monts later, would be pretty cool.



Id make 28 Motts later, the ultimate zombie porn movie!


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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 16/5/2013 11:41:11 PM   
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I'd make a film of Jonny Quest, hire Ken Nolan (whose work on Black Hawk Down I really enjoyed) to pen the first draft, and contact Daniel Craig about playing Race Bannon. It would be a globe trotting adventure in the vain of Raiders of the Lost Ark. And I would deman final cut. Also, I would hire Pietro Scalia as the editor, and Andrew Lesnie as the DP.

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 20/5/2013 9:07:08 AM   
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I might give a piece of it to the guys who made Troll Hunter so they can make me a sequel. I'd give a limited budget of course, else it would probably suck.

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 26/5/2013 9:28:24 PM   
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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 28/5/2013 2:35:52 PM   
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I'd make a film about two best friends that head to Vietnam to explore the country, starting from the north and making their way onto the south before heading back to London. While there they meet and experience things that change the way they think about life and their lifestyles. The movie would have a lot of beautiful Cinematography, a bit of a terrence malick influenced style film and also a bit similar to before sunset/sunrise about friendship, the beauty of Vietnam and the aftermath of the war with the US and meeting new people then heading back to 'normal' life in the city and trying to accept and take it all.

A lot of it would be based on a true story of a journey I took a few years ago there with my friend.

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 28/5/2013 9:50:02 PM   
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A two part, shot back to back, version of James Ellroy's American Tabloid.

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 29/5/2013 1:18:09 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Beta Bill Ray

I'd make a film about two best friends that head to Vietnam to explore the country, starting from the north and making their way onto the south before heading back to London. While there they meet and experience things that change the way they think about life and their lifestyles. The movie would have a lot of beautiful Cinematography, a bit of a terrence malick influenced style film and also a bit similar to before sunset/sunrise about friendship, the beauty of Vietnam and the aftermath of the war with the US and meeting new people then heading back to 'normal' life in the city and trying to accept and take it all.

A lot of it would be based on a true story of a journey I took a few years ago there with my friend.


Yeah, this has got $150Million budget written all over it

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 31/5/2013 8:11:58 AM   
Beta Bill Ray

 

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Oh sorry, ill throw in a monster in there for you If you'd like? Turn it into cloverfield in Vietnam?

Nah, I'd give the rest of the money towards a hospital there or something for the kids. Not a greedy film maker.

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 31/5/2013 2:38:43 PM   
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Adaptations of Elric of Melniboné by Michael Moorcock, Preacher (obviously although I tend to agree that a TV Series would suit the source material better) or....and it really wouldn't need that big a budget...Minimum Wage by Bob Fingerman which would be like the Kevin Smith film we always wished he'd made after Clerks...
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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 31/5/2013 4:01:35 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Beta Bill Ray

I'd make a film about two best friends that head to Vietnam to explore the country, starting from the north and making their way onto the south before heading back to London. While there they meet and experience things that change the way they think about life and their lifestyles. The movie would have a lot of beautiful Cinematography, a bit of a terrence malick influenced style film and also a bit similar to before sunset/sunrise about friendship, the beauty of Vietnam and the aftermath of the war with the US and meeting new people then heading back to 'normal' life in the city and trying to accept and take it all.

A lot of it would be based on a true story of a journey I took a few years ago there with my friend.


Full marks for originality.
Atleast its not like the hundreds of book adaptions here.

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 31/5/2013 4:13:11 PM   
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I'd do an adaptation of this:


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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 9/6/2013 2:22:58 PM   
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I have been a Doctor Who fan for many years - not hard core, but devoted enough to follow it and have passion for it, hence heeding a wise man's words on many occasion when it came to long running series and multiple title actors - 'take what you want and leave the rest'.
That said, I also write WHO fan fiction.
Sadly, I couldn't ignore chunks of the series I didn't like as my fiction would not hold water. Therefore, after many attempts to retro-change, extend or continue the saga, I decided to go off on a tangent and introduce something new, or someone.
That person became The Eighth. Allow me to explain:

Title: THE EIGHTH
My movie would use the 1996 TV Movie starring Paul McGann as a starting point - it would not ignore the current saga either, however. Not essential to know the current saga or indeed much of the original, but do read a clear synopsis of the TV Movie and a being called OMEGA that I reference from the particular story - 'The Three Doctors'.

I would direct, write (with the help of David Peoples) and have full creative control. Advisor to the current series would be Steven Moffat.
Effects by ILM and Stan Winston Studios.

Starring:

Paul McGann as The Doctor/The Eighth

PLOT:
Backstory (told in retrospect by The Eighth): Following the events on New Years Eve 1999 in San Francisco, The Doctor and his TARDIS depart and all seems well.
In the chaos of the violent connection of the TARDIS and it's Eye of Harmony, the Master and the Doctor; energy of all three is still present - the copied portions that existed much like items do on a PC 'clipboard' prior to being pasted somewhere (a good Doctor analogy if I say so myself).
These fused and something was born. It existed for a time as evolving matter - wafting through time, space and realms beyond the reach of any Timelord.

The Eighth is the product of that matter. He does much the same as the Doctor but can also travel and save/help/stop events in parallel universes and realms. He can see what his familiar is experiencing every time he enters his own TARDIS.
He has remained in the same regeneration for far longer than any previous incarnation.
"I arrive in my TARDIS and I leave in it too, but it is only at those two times, arrival and departure, that I see it. It has no physical presence. I can become invulnerable in a tight spot, even become unseen by those around me, not invisible, just hiding in their peripheral vision, I can form a shield around me on rare occasions when my risk to life is high, possibly in place of a regeneration and other things that only my TARDIS could do. The answer? It is in my mind. I am the TARDIS, or rather it is part of me. Part of each other. The Eye made us one, but my one concern is - what traits have I won of the Master? if any at all".

Though referencing the current and original Doctor, the film is about The Eighth. The film would be psychological as well as dark and exciting as well. He is The Doctor, but he is not - the eternal Eighth.
He is stranding the very course of reality, undisturbed it seems to right wrongs and prevent unnatural cataclysms like invasion or the extinction of a race before its time. Yet something else was released, OMEGA, the father of Timelord time travel and TARDIS technology and he wants revenge on all of reality.

Well, stop me if I get carried away won't you?



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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 9/6/2013 7:27:38 PM   
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A hard R rated Daredevil reboot featuring..

Ryan Gosling as Matt Murdock/Daredevil

Vin Diesel as Bullseye.

Dwayne Johnson as The Kingpin.

Paul Giamatti as Foggy Nelson.

Not certain who id cast as Elektra though.

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 13/6/2013 9:01:21 PM   
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I'm not sure it would require $150m (maybe depends on shooting location) but I'd quite like to do a new adaption of Lord of the Flies - a good, faithful, well produced version set in it's original period. I remember the old 1963 version being decent enough, although the yank remake was atrocious. For such a famous book I'm not sure it's been adapted that often really!

For a fun extra on the DVD/BluRay, I could film an alternative ending with an M Night Shayamalan style twist, where it has fact all taken place in modern day Biggleswade.

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 14/6/2013 12:18:43 PM   
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And how about using an entire cast of young looking adults so that the viciousness and ferocity the book contains can actually be depicted?

What would i do with 150M? A 15-25M movie in each of the major genres, via a process of 'the funding is there but you get jack squat until the script is right' And, having spread the risk over various projects have to make less per film to make the business model viable.
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and I would direct a bunch of shorts from scripts I have written to be as visually, tonally and styllistically different from each other as possible.

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 14/6/2013 4:58:42 PM   
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Either a Die Hard/Lethal Weapon crossover with McClane & Zeus Carver teaming up with Riggs & Murtaugh to face another Gruber Brother in the style of the 1st of both franchises or a Doctor Who film with a decent Budget?
Either would do I'm not fussed.

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 20/6/2013 2:12:48 PM   
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It would have to be John Connolly's "Every Dead Thing."

The wonderful Nolan brothers to do the script and Christopher to produce

Tom Hardy being a mean bastard as Parker
Guy Pearce camping it up as Angel
Chiwietel Ejiofor to bulk/camp it up and play Louis
Scarlett Johansson as Rachel - She's gotta get those fun bags out properly at some time
Phillip Seymour Hoffman as Woolwich
Al Pacino as Walter
Helen Mirren as Lee

This movie would rock, although it would have to be extremely faithful to the book and need to be about 3-4 hours long though

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RE: You are given $150m to make any movie you wish - 20/6/2013 2:19:32 PM   
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I would give it to Zack to re-edit Man Of Steel with a couple of very small reshoots and then release an Ultimate Directors Cut Super Edition.

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