Discussion in 'Community' started by Luke_Sparkewalker, Oct 21, 2009.
'68-84 = 16 vs 82-2010 (irony!) = 18.
We're splitting hairs for two years?
Well, if the target is "sequels that came out almost 20 years later", then a 2 year difference vs a 4 year difference is significant.
Of course, I totally botched my math and 82-2010 would be 28 years so the point is moot anyways.
Indy and the Dead series had 20 years between LC and KOTCS/Day of the Dead and Land of the Dead.
Indy and the Dead sounds like a metal band.
Will Smith will most likely not be returning.
Basically it looks like he's made up his mind, but a final talk hasn't yet happened.
There may be a god after all. Yay!
You know what no Will Smith means, right? More Robert Loggia!
They need to team up with the aliens from Signs in the sequel. They bring antivirus software, and the other ones bring raincoats. This time, nothing will stand in their way!
I could watch Robert Loggia berate, yell, and beat people up for hours and not get bored.
After Winter's Tale & After Earth, I could really do without Will Smith. Now not having Jeff Goldblum on the other hand....
It'd be nice if Baldwin returned as well.
Have...have...you even CONSIDERED, yes, CONSIDERED the possibility that this, uh, this FILM, won't be, um, anywhere as, um, uh, er, funny without, ahhhh, Jeff Goldblum in it?
Yes, yes... try it again. This time without the funny...
Judd Hirsch needs to be in it again, too. If they don't make the movie soon, he's gonna start to decompose.
Randy Quaid needs to be in it- drunker and crazier. In fact, don't give him a script- just liquor him up and let him loose on-set and film whatever happens. CINEMA GOLD!!!
I'm fairly certain that the 'In-universe' explanation behind the alien's long delay will be that they were waiting for Judd Hirsch's character to die before proceeding.
Truth be told, the real world explaination may be a case of life imitating art. Only Roland Emmerich knows for sure.
Ahem, uh, yeah, Jeff Goldlum is, uh, in- talks. To reprise the, uh, character he played before. Isn't that, uh, something?
Yeah, they've talked to me about it and I've talked to them about it and they're excited and I'm anxious and eager to see -- I haven't read anything -- what they cook up. You know, I think they're trying to put it together."
New writer for next draft.
Carter Blanchard ("Glimmer," "Diver") has been set to pen a new draft of Roland Emmerich's "Independence Day" sequel currently in the works at 20th Century Fox.
Emmerich and Dean Devlin worked on the earliest draft which Jamie Vanderbilt then took a crack at. Emmerich is prepping the film at the same time he shoots his Stonewall riots drama starring Jeremy Irvine.
Robert Loggia at the pinnacle of his career:
Not even a 12 year old kid is safe from Loggia beratement. You just don't want to know what happens when Billy doesn't clean his room....
Or you can listen to him while in line to buy a plane ticket.
Lol, he actually does talk like that! I thought it was just hyperbole.
When I saw the first title on is resume I thought "Wait, they got the guy who wrote Glitter?!". And then I re-read it and thought "Wait, they got the guy who wrote The Glimmer Man?!". Then I re-read it a second time and thought "What's Glimmer?".
Probably a topic for a different thread, but I just read that Emmerich is going to be re-booting Stargate after he finishes with ID:4-2/3 with an eye toward making it into a trilogy. By that time the original Stargate will be nearly 30 years old, which boggles my friggin' mind.