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Old 08-16-2007, 07:37 PM   #91
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Doooooo it.
Yeeaaah, I will.

I think I'm going to go with different directors and crews for each of the 7 films too, keeping the same cast and probably writer though.
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Old 08-16-2007, 08:03 PM   #92
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Well, I've got my directors sorted out for each film, and I am surprisingly pleased with what I came up with, and I'm pretty sure I'll just have Frank Darabont write the scripts for each film too.
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Cool, as long as Alfonso Cuaron is doing one. A double dose of awesome, at least in my opinion:

What Kind of Movie:
Crime Drama - Action: Southern California: present day
Approx. running time: 150 minutes

Written/Directed By:
Quentin Tarantino (Jackie Brown, Pulp Fiction)

Leading Cast:
Mark Wahlberg (The Departed, The Italian Job)
Steve Buscemi (Fargo, Reservoir Dogs)
Samuel L. Jackson (Pulp Fiction, Snakes on a Plane)
Zoë Bell (Grindhouse)

Supporting Cast:
Uma Thurman (Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction)
Kurt Russell (Escape from New York, Grindhouse)
Tim Roth (Planet of the Apes, Pulp Fiction)
Alec Baldwin (Beetlejuice, The Hunt for Red October)

Original Music By:
Whatever kickass soundtrack Tarantino puts together

Cinematography By:
Andrzej Sekula (Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction)

Film Editing By:
John Ottman (The Usual Suspects, X2: X-Men United)

Art Direction By:
Carl Horner (Grindhouse)

Sound Design By:
Skip Lievsay (Fargo, The Silence of the Lambs)

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What Kind of Movie:
Drama – Quirky as Hell: Chicago, Illinois: present day
Approx. running time: 110 minutes

Directed By:
Tim Burton (Beetlejuice, Ed Wood)

Written By:
Charlie Kaufman (Adaptation., Eternal Sunshine)

Leading Cast:
Cillian Murphy (Batman Begins, Sunshine)
Maggie Gyllenhaal (Donnie Darko, Stranger Than Fiction)

Supporting Cast:
Tony Shalhoub (Galaxy Quest, Men in Black)
Jeff Goldblum (The Fly, Jurassic Park)
Helena Bonham Carter (Big Fish, Fight Club)
Alan Arkin (Glengarry Glen Ross, Little Miss Sunshine)

Original Music By:
Danny Elfman (Edward Scissorhands, Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure)

Cinematography By:
Stefan Czapsky (Batman Returns, Edward Scissorhands)

Film Editing By:
Arthur Schmidt (Back to the Future, Death Becomes Her)

Art Direction By:
Tom Duffield (The Lost Boys, Beetlejuice)

Sound Design By:
Charles L. Campbell ( E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?)

I need to stop making these.
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Both of those films sound awesome, especially the cast for the Tarantino one. Awesome emsemble.

And as for my Dark Tower project, I have Cuaron set to direct the first novel in the series. And then I believe Darabont, Nolan, Del Toro, a Rodriguez/Tarantino co-director job, PT Anderson, and finally Spielberg (Nobody else could touch the final novel and do it justice) doing the rest respectively.

Everything else isn't too tough either, but casting is an absolute nightmare. It's just too difficult to put real faces to characters I love so damn much.
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Here is one of my dream movies! I wrote it while at work yesterday but I forgot to email it to myself!

What Kind of Movie
Horror - Thriller : Mexico : Present Day
Approx Running Time: 125 minutes

Directed by
Robert Rodriguez (Sin City, Once upon a time in Mexico)

Written by
Alfonso Cuaron (Y tu mamá también, Children of Men)

Leading Cast
Edward Norton (The Illusionist, Fight Club)
Benico Del Toro (21 grams, Traffic)
Elijah Wood (LOTR, Everything is Illuminated)

[bSupporting Cast[/b]
Gael Garcia Benal (Y tu mamá también, Babel)
Masi Oka (Heroes)
Thora Birch (Ghost World)
Jack Black (Tenacious D, King Kong)

Original Music by
John Murphy (28 Days Later)

Cinematography by
Emmanuel Lubezki (Children of Men, Sleepy Hollow)


Film Editing by
Niven Howie (Dawn of the Dead, Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels)

Sound Design by
Paula Fairfield (Grindhouse, The Black Dahlia)

WOOOOHOOO! I wanna buy a ticket!
All i can say, is some crazy shit goes down!
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Old 08-17-2007, 11:59 AM   #96
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I really love your cast, but you need Danny Trejo if it's a Rodriguez movie.

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Both of those films sound awesome, especially the cast for the Tarantino one. Awesome emsemble.

And as for my Dark Tower project, I have Cuaron set to direct the first novel in the series. And then I believe Darabont, Nolan, Del Toro, a Rodriguez/Tarantino co-director job, PT Anderson, and finally Spielberg (Nobody else could touch the final novel and do it justice) doing the rest respectively.

Everything else isn't too tough either, but casting is an absolute nightmare. It's just too difficult to put real faces to characters I love so damn much.
Thanks, I just want to see Zoe Bell kick Uma's ass at some point, too. She's a badass. Oh, and Sam Jackson's a bad guy a la Jackie Brown.

Great choices for directors, I'd help with the cast but I haven't read the series yet.
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thanks
Danny Trejo can do a cameo as one of the chupacarbra zombies... have i said too much?
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As long as it's not terrible like From Dusk 'Til Dawn, I'm totally in.
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What Kind of Movie:
Drama - Mystery/Sci-Fi: San Francisco, California: Present Day
Approx. running time: 210 Minutes

Directed By:
Cameron Crowe(Almost Famous, Vanilla Sky)

Written By:
Brian Helgeland(L.A. Confidential, Mystic River, Conspiracy Theory)

Leading Cast:
Philip Seymour Hoffman(Capote, Scent Of A Woman, The Talented Mr. Ripley)
David Strathairn(Good Night And Good Luck, L.A. Confidential)
John Malkovich(Dangerous Liaisons, Of Mice And Men, Being John Malkovich)
Joaquin Phoenix(Gladiator, Walk The Line)
Nicolas Cage(The Weather Man, Matchstick Men, Adaptation)

Supporting Cast:
Edward Norton(American History X, Fight Club)
Giovanni Ribisi(Boiler Room, Lost In Translation, Gone In Sixty Seconds)
Francis McDormand(Fargo, Primal Fear, Almost Famous, Friends With Money)
Jodie Foster(The Silence Of The Lambs, Contact, Panic Room, Flightplan)
Gwyneth Paltrow(A Perfect Murder, Shakespeare In Love, The Royal Tenenbaums, Proof)
Kate Winslet(Titanic, Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind)
Paul Giamatti(American Splendor, Sideways, Cinderalla Man, Private Parts)
Tom Cruise(Vanilla Sky, Minority Report, Magnolia)(Only in the last 5-10 minutes of the film)

Original Music By:
John Powell(The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy, The Bourne Ultimatum, The Italian Job, Face/Off, I Am Sam)

Cinematography By:
Oliver Wood(The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy, The Bourne Ultimatum, Face/Off, Die Hard 2)

Film Editing By:
Joe Hutshing(Vanilla Sky, Being John Malkovich, Almost Famous, Jerry Maguire, The Doors, Something's Gotta Give)

Art Direction By:
Alec Burnham(Gangs Of New York, Vanilla Sky, Chocolat, Cold Mountain, Serendipity)

Sound Design By:
Christopher Boyes(The Weather Man, Titanic, Pirates Of The Caribbean, Mystic River, Million Dollar Baby)
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I'd watch it.

Great cast, and I love the way Crowe handles an ensemble.
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Old 08-19-2007, 02:55 AM   #101
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Not a big fan of Malkovich or Paltrow, but a great cast nonetheless. I see you're going for a Vanilla Sky-esque vibe, which looks pretty cool.
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There's some really good outlines here, loving some of the cast members (Alan Arkin, Gael Garcia Bernal, David Strathairn). It's really interesting to see these too, not only does it throw light onto people who do great work but go by unmentioned, it also gives an insight into people's tastes.

But namKcuR, why do you have Oliver Wood as your cinematographer? Everyone knows he's a Quidditch goalkeeper
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I have 2 more cool ideas lined up, I'll submit them when I have the time.
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Old 12-02-2007, 12:47 AM   #104
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I'm bumping this bad boy because there are a few more ideas brewing better than the two I never posted.
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This really needs to be brought back. Plus, I'm interested in seeing Laz do a list or two.
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