Edited by Headless Fett - 2/12/17 at 12:37pm
Fuck your entire (points at Shaun) thing.
I hope they ditch the monsters. Have it be about some Nation/organisation who have used the Jaeger tech to build an army that will lay everything to waste. There will only be a few of the old classic Jaegers back to defend but they are all in museums with their weapons disabled. Wait, that sounds familiar...
You're sad that TDKR got deservedly assraped on here for being a bloated and dour piece of shit that stank so bad that not even extremely fake Michael Caine tears could save it.
PR is pure monster kid fun. Something that you will never understand while you brood in the shadows and wallowing in the cold, joyless existence that Nolan has forced upon you.
You're a little too obsessed with that movie aren't you?
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Pretty sure I'm not the one that's sad over it.
At The Mountains of Madness was greenlit with a crew hired and everything and was cancelled at the last minute.
Its unlikely to happen to DelToro twice, but he may just be that unlucky.
Just imagine the next 20 years of quality *snicker* DC Comics movies we'll be getting because of it.
I'm happy you're not sad.
I'm sure they'll make sure it's bland enough so the foreign audience eats this up. Cause they know damn sure 'Merica don't care.
Yeah, but Legendary tends to get it done. Tull has wanted a sequel for at least a year and was just waiting on Del Toro. The only reason this doesn't get done is if Del Toro doesn't want to do it.
But we got Pacific Rim from the fallout of that failure. That's a win.
Sure I feel bad for Del Toro for not being able to make his passion project but he rebounded with an immensely enjoyable movie.
ATMOM was never, ever greenlit. Del Toro got a development deal and funding for some pre-production work, which included location scouting. But he never got a full go-ahead from the studio. It was a weird situation.
This situation is much different.
That's still a big loss. I would've greatly preferred At the Mountains of Madness which we'll now probably get in about a decade modernized and directed by Paul W.S. Anderson.
I'm not sure if it can. Godzilla is still a Warner\Legendary joint and PacRim is Universal\Legendary.
You may yet see Mountains. I cannot say more.