Discussion in 'Fan Productions' started by jespah, May 10, 2018.
I asked a similar question and got a response that i needed to respond to. Whether you respond to this response or not is up to you.
That's how these threads work.
Well, it is the thread topic.* So....
* - Well, kinda.
I only dropped a a time-bomb, and youse guys didn't see it.
Not you it seems.
Why do you feel the need to come in here and do that?
Been watchin' and saw all the monkey shit flyin.
I'm amazed that there continue to be people in Hollywood who make LFIM look like a damn genius (though I am surprised, given his hubris, that LFIM hasn't been this brazen still)
It must be his legal training.
I suspect the quality of Interlude will do more harm to the "Axanar movement" than any further lawsuits, double-dipping on shipping fees and other shyster nonsense ever could.
Like, this is it. This is live action Alex Peters as Garth of Izar. At long last, in the moment and it's not (all) documentry format. Could you imagine him starring in a 90 minute movie? Holy shitballs
You don't have to imagine. He live streams on a semi-regular basis.
But he's not attempting to act in the livestreams.
There are so many punch lines for that straight line...
The people who've drank the KoolAid will not be deterred by Lane's fappery.
They’ll join in on the fappery... in a circle of jerks.
I just stumbled upon the Interlude video on YouTube. I am shocked they managed to actually produce something! Good for them, I suppose. I wonder how much sushi it took.
But my biggest take away, and I laughed quite hard, he gives himself creative credit on the same title card as Gene Roddenberry.
Can't say I've seen Gene share credit for any other Star Trek content before, but there it is.
It'd be more honest to have a few cards.
Based on Star Trek
Created by Gene Roddenberry
Inspired by "Whom Gods Destroy"
Written by Lee Irwin and Jerry Sohl
Inspired by The Four Years War
Written by John A. Theisen
Inspired by some stuff
Written by Christian Gossett, Robert Meyer Burnett, Paul Jenkins, Trey McElwain, and Alec Peters
Or the simpler:
Largely based on the works of others.
Separate names with a comma.