The Milking of the Shire AKA Here's more LOTR no one asked for

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by StCoop, Jun 10, 2021.

  1. StCoop

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    I'm normally good with the idea of LotR adaptations, as long as they're well done, but I'm not exactly a fan of animation.

    I'll no doubt see it, but I wish it was live action.
     
  3. Reverend

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    I've often thought animation would be the ideal medium to adapt 'The Silmarillion', at least in part. And by animation I specifically mean the kind of avant garde anthology approach used by The Animatrix way back when. As for this project? Meh. We'll see.
     
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    This does feel like kind of a random topic to do a movie on, but I'm open for more Middle Earth, and I like anime.
     
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    Traitor of Mars is epic and suitable for Starship Troopers, in my opinion. I didn't remember the company but knowing what they did with Starship Troopers I have zero issue with them tackling Middle Earth. Certainly they did a better job with ST than the live action films did.
     
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    The days of King Helm Hammerhand? Interesting.