Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Tenebrouser, Sep 12, 2006.
2 Hobbit movies?
Aint it cool did an interview with Peter Jackson and he said they haven't even talked to him yet.
I think he will simply because he'll not want to see anybody else do it.
I'm curious about where the T4 movie would occur. I.e., where in the timeline would this story unfold? The near-future?
I hope it focusses on the moment after John (or whatever the kid's name was) got killed in the future. I want to see how the other rebels handle the death of their leader, and what they'll do to survive the robot onslaught.
And TWO Hobbit movies? Weird, the book isn't that long, but they might want to avoid the whole "shortening the stories" thing, like what happened with the Harry Potter movie. I also wonder if they'll keep the songs in, and keep it lighthearted.
Oh man, I would love to see an adaptation of The Hobbit that was as well done as the Lord of the Rings trilogy, I hope they can get Ian McKellen and Hugo Weaving to play Gandalf and Elrond, I would think that Ian Holm would be too old to play Bilbo especially since it takes place so long before Lord of the Rings.
I just read The Hobbit again about two months ago and kept thinking "God they need to make a film out of this." - and not like that goofy cartoon version.
I just want one Terminator movie where they use the robot alot. No more skin dammit. T2 was awesome but only got a glimpse of it through Ahnolds cheek.
That was my fav part in Terminator 1 , towards the end when he lost his flesh.
Want to see more of that instead of humans doing the robot act.
Maybe they can finally show more of the war that's full of them.
I knew the Hobbit move would come into play, but T4.. I mean what else is there to do..
I thought Skynet's ass was well kicked by the time Connor died?
I tend to take anything from dark horizons worth a grain of salt.
When I first saw that article, I thought it said "Terminator VS. The Hobbit", which would be pretty awesome.
If they could do the Hobbit in two movies, with Peter Jackson at the helm, I'd orgasm uncontrollably until, during, and after release.
I love the Hobbit more than the LotR Trilogy.
Man, Terminator was well of after Terminator 2, I think it was taken a bit far with the release of the third installment, and now they want to make a fourth?
Man that would be crazy, like skynet goes way back in time to the beggining of it all lol...
Terminator 2 is my favorite movie. There is no comparison. Anything else is a DISTANT second. I think the series could've ended right there.
However, I hold no ill will against Terminator 3. Nobody's forcing me to watch T3, and nobody's forcing me to watch T4. However, T3 did give everyone the chance to see some more cool robot-on-robot fighting, see some familiar faces again, and provide a dumb popcorn movie. Was it in the same league as T2? HELL NO. Did I enjoy it? Yup.
So, bring it on, I say. If nothing else, T4 will be a spectacular, big-budget campfest with robots shooting lasers, and, well, I see nothing wrong with that.
Yes of course a T4 movie would be great, they should make it nostalgia like from the first with its look and music when Reese was thinking about his present in the past..The style of music is must...er Industrial that is..
Yeah, the Hobbit movie is more a promise than a greenlight at this point. It could just as easily end up vaporware like so many other projects. That also gives good reason to doubt what will come of a T4 film, at least in the near future.
Historically, second sequels tend to do fare poorly (Bond is an exception). Doesn't matter if it's Star Wars, Alien or the Godfather. T3, while not on the same level at the original, is a decent action flick and the ending is enough to bump it up another half a star for me.
I would love to see the Hobbit, but can't really be bothered to care about T4.
I read that New Line and MGM have optioned the hobbit, and as such may be forced to work together to make the movie. That is where the report of two hobbit movies being made is coming from.
I certainly dont mind another terminator movie. I thought part 3 was interesting enough, and wouldnt mind seeing the story continue a little more.
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