Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Uh-Oh

Warner Bros Wants Zemeckis For ‘Wizard Of Oz’ Remake Based On Original MGM Script – Deadline.com: "Whenever you remake a revered Hollywood film, there’s bound to be controversy, but going right to the original material is certainly an interesting approach. Warner Bros is in early talks with Robert Zemeckis to direct a live-action remake of the The Wizard of Oz and plans to use the original script from the 1939 classic. [. . . .] This latest Oz twist comes as Disney is trying very hard to mount The Great And Powerful Oz. Sam Raimi is developing that film while he simultaneously develops World of Warcraft for Warner Bros and Legendary. [. . . .]This wouldn’t be the first hugely high-profile remake for Zemeckis; he's in the middle of a Yellow Submarine animated redux for Disney, scheduled for a 2012 release.

2 comments:

  1. "...going right to the original material is certainly an interesting approach..."

    Almost as interesting as the Psycho remake using the original script...

    Uh-oh is an understatement.

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  2. Stephen B.1:43 PM

    Echo that "Uh-oh."

    I spoke to my Dad on that article and he said "No, really, you are just kidding about hearing about it...?"

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