I hear James Cameron, David Fincher, Guillermo Del Toro, Gore Verbinski, Jack black, Zack Snyder and Rob Zombie are teaming up for a multi-animated new movie based on the popular since 1977 adult comic magazine "Heavy Metal" (aka in Europe known as Metal Hurlant). I hear they want Sony who owns the HM movie franchise to do it and i heard long ago they want to experiment in different animation each segment which will be 10 stories this time. They should hire Yoshiaka Kawajari (Ninja Scroll, Wicked City, Vampire Hunter D Bloodlust), Michael Bay and Will Vinton for segments. They should also do 2D animation, CGI, Clay animation, Stop Motion, Sketchy, Flash and anime in each segment as this movie will be a reboot/sequel mix and should be more true to the classic comic magazine. The directors i mentioned above are huge fans of the magazine and 1981 animated movie. I always adored the original 1981 animated movie since i was 12 18 years ago when i saw it on TBS thanks to reading the local city's TV guide to see what will play on TBS and it stated "Heavy Metal 3 stars, animated fantasy and rated R" i had to watch it and i loved it despite it was cut and censored for a family viewing version but did had salty language, bloody and Taarna in that bikini look. I also watched other cool cult adult animated movies like American Pop, Vampire Hunter D, Robot Carnival, Twilght of the Cockroaches and Rock and Rule as well. I did made myself uncensored copies of VHD, RC, TOTC and R&R from rental tapes when i was 13 then put them on blank tapes on a second VCR we had. I did bought the soundtrack when i was 14 and bought the movie when i was 15 when it finally came to video uncut and uncensored. I had such a major crush on Taarna since i was 12 for she was the hottest toon i've ever seen and John Candy was a hoot in this movie as various voices especially as that He-Man/Daddy Warbucks hybrid Den and has been one of my favorite animated movies for a long time. Too bad about the sequel Heavy Metal 2000 which doesn't have the fun or creativity of the original. I hope this new sequel/reboot does justice to both the comic magazine and 1981 cult classic.