If it was massively successful they'd never stop crowing about the numbers.
Star Trek is truly blessed to have an insipid creep like Goldsman. Would've been such a loss if he were off making bad Dark Tower or DaVinci Code...
Probably because you seek them out and try to counter their every post?
Man, I wish anything about the Kurtzman era was Moore-esque. Even if everybody was forced to wear mullets.
imagine if they tried adapting The Dark Knight Strikes Again
Ultimately it's hard not to feel a tug of sympathy for our hard-right nutjob Rorschach when he's caught and someone points out he's wearing lifts,...
It was alright, should've just made a show about dystopian police and race relations reflecting the current weirdness and passed on the Watchmen...
Which would be a fun trick to pull off now considering Bad Robot's new half billion dollar exclusive deal with WB. I think contractually they can...
In an era of ridiculous headlines, this one has to be one of my favorites.
Alex Kurtzman needing to mark his territory.
Losing showrunners repeatedly and changing direction repeatedly was totally part of their brilliant plan.
Oh yes, I'm sure his Hugo Award will have a lot of power over Kurtzman's contracts.
Alex Kurtzman is well-known for his deep explorations of human psychology, after all.
Kodak 35mm is hard to beat tho. I hope the scripts are good, more importantly.
Video unavailable now. Glitch at HQ?
I can't wait for that one. The Witch was my favorite "horror film" of the past twenty years or so. Hope we get his planned Nosferatu take as well....
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