'Tron: Legacy' team mount a 'Black Hole' remake

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  1. Christopher

    Christopher Writer Admiral

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    As I recall, that was itself a remake, an updating of Mark Twain's A Confederate Yankee in King Arthur's Court. Indeed, its re-release title was A Spaceman in King Arthur's Court.

    I think if you're going to do a remake of Twain's tale, it should be of Twain's tale, without the Disney intrusions.
     
  2. Dusty Ayres

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    I'm all for that, but the question is, how will they imperil a little girl this time without pissing moralistic types off?:lol::devil:
     
  3. Lonemagpie

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    "Satanism and black magic is bad, m'kay" Doesn't look like a message that would piss off the moralistic types...
     
  4. Owain Taggart

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    I'd say, that if Tron Legacy ends up being any good, it will foster any hope of a Black Hole remake being any good. Ironically enough I ordered Tron Special Edition along with Black Hole recently.
     
  5. Mike Farley

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    Might piss off the Satanists though.
     
  6. Lonemagpie

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    Not the ones that matter- they'd be laughing their asses off.
     
  7. Dusty Ayres

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    I'm talking about how the actress that would play the little girl in this version would fare.
     
  8. milo bloom

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    Bring it on. I love the original, but recognize that there's a lot of issues that a modern, fairly serious take could fix very easily. If this new Tron pulls it off, then they're the perfect people to do this.
     

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