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  1. Lymis says

    Why does “We’ve started filming and haven’t pinned down the cast” utterly fail to fill me with confidence about the end product?

    Compare this to Peter Jackson’s approach to the Tolkein films, where every imaginable detail is worked out in advance and the whole trilogy is filmed and then edited into separate movies.

    I can’t help but worry that we will find ourselves looking back fondly at Jar-Jar Binks.

  2. luke says

    you may be right, but “haven’t pinned down the cast” doesn’t mean they can’t have signed some people on to roles that have no interaction with roles not yet cast.

  3. RayJacksonMs says

    No. Go back and get better writers. That applies to pretty much everything that isn’t on cable TV these days. Writers suck and ruin everything.

  4. RayJacksonMs says

    No. Go back and get better writers. That applies to pretty much everything that isn’t on cable TV these days. Writers suck and ruin everything.

  5. RayJacksonMs says

    No. Go back and get better writers. That applies to pretty much everything that isn’t on cable TV these days. Writers suck and ruin everything.

  6. RayJacksonMs says

    No. Go back and get better writers. That applies to pretty much everything that isn’t on cable TV these days. Writers suck and ruin everything.

  7. RayJacksonMs says

    No. Go back and get better writers. That applies to pretty much everything that isn’t on cable TV these days. Writers suck and ruin everything.

  8. RayJacksonMs says

    No. Go back and get better writers. That applies to pretty much everything that isn’t on cable TV these days. Writers suck and ruin everything.

  9. RayJacksonMs says

    No. Go back and get better writers. That applies to pretty much everything that isn’t on cable TV these days. Writers suck and ruin everything.

  10. gregorybrown says

    I can see Pauley Shore, Adam Sandler and Snookie as major players here. Franklin Graham might be approachable to add a Christian angle, which would likely expand the potential audience.

  11. RayJacksonMs says

    No. Go back and get better writers. That applies to pretty much everything that isn’t on cable TV these days. Writers suck and ruin everything.

  12. RayJacksonMs says

    No. Go back and get better writers. That applies to pretty much everything that isn’t on cable TV these days. Writers suck and ruin everything.

  13. gregorybrown says

    Of course, either or both Tom Cruise and Mitt Romney are naturals, given their science fiction connections.