I think I've slightly missed the point because for the most part I haven't recast existing movies, but instead I've included some sequels, remakes and adaptations that I'd like to see.
Here's my top ten movies they should have made:
Star Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones
Sticking with Jake Lloyd as Anakin Skywalker instead of Hayden Christensen.
They just should. It would be shiny.
Dr Who And The Chase Of The Daleks
Peter Cushing (and probably Roberta Tovey) star in the third Dalek film, the 1967 adaptation of Terry Nation’s television scripts from two years earlier as the time travellers are pursued through history from the Marie Celeste to Mechanus via Morton Dill...
The Restaurant At The End Of The Universe
The Hammer & Tongs Hitchhiker's was not the failure it was deemed to be by hardcore fans and a sequel could have been wonderful.
Wacky Races: The Movie
I'm amazed that a live action Wacky Races with CGI cars and hi-jinx hasn't happened already.
The Secret Of Monkey Island
When I saw Pirates Of The Caribbean I knew there would never be a Monkey Island movie which is unfortunate since it was awful. When such a mediocre film had two such successful sequels and a third on the way, I began to wonder...
As 2000 AD's stony-faced figurehead Judge Dredd gets a second cinematic outing, but I'd be very interested in seeing Johnny Alpha on the silver screen. Would geek-du-jour Simon Pegg be interested in playing him again?
Danny Boyle and Ewan McGregor need to get over whatever they fell out about and get on with making this.
The YouTubings of Somegreybloke have left me wondering what a big screen version would be like?
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith
With Jake Lloyd as Anakin Skywalker instead of Hayden Christensen again. I really don't like Hayden Christensen.
Tuesday, 9 November 2010
Top Ten Films They Should Have Made...
Over at Ellie Garratt's blog inspired by the fact that Clint Eastwood was approached to play both James Bond and Superman, she's running a blogfest about the: