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Old August 4 2012, 09:39 PM   #1
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Planet of the Titans fan fic?

I have often wondered, if someone comes along with some money--if someone would do a movie with the mid-1970s equipment to get the old film grain--except CGI for the actors. I think Redford was going to be Kirk for STTMP--so doing an alternate universe one off movie with old techniques might be a nice aside...
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Old August 4 2012, 11:57 PM   #2
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Re: Planet of the Titans fan fic?

Who said they were going to recast Kirk for TMP with Robert Redford?
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Old August 5 2012, 09:15 AM   #3
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Re: Planet of the Titans fan fic?

This post makes no sense. CGI actors, but mid-70s equipment to get film grain? That sounds like you'd be photographing the animation off a computer.

Redford and people like that are what directors like Philip Kaufman would have liked to cast instead of the TV cast, but no casting was ever finalized for Planet of the Titans because the script was never finished (and, according to some sources, it never got much father than the treatment stage).
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Old August 27 2012, 04:06 PM   #4
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This post makes no sense. CGI actors, but mid-70s equipment to get film grain? That sounds like you'd be photographing the animation off a computer.

Redford and people like that are what directors like Philip Kaufman would have liked to cast instead of the TV cast, but no casting was ever finalized for Planet of the Titans because the script was never finished (and, according to some sources, it never got much father than the treatment stage).
And everything I've read about it made it sound pretty abysmal.
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