Bryan Singer to Helm NBC's 'The Munsters' Reboot

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by shokhead, Nov 30, 2011.

  1. shokhead

    shokhead Let's get back to basics!

  2. PaulKTF

    PaulKTF Forum Resident

    No... Just... no....
  3. RockWizard

    RockWizard Forum Resident

    "imaginative reinvention":rolleyes:
  4. il pleut

    il pleut New Member

    We live in an generation of an incredible lack of creativity and imagination.
  5. Complier

    Complier Forum Resident

    Harrisburg, PA
    No, just studios who do with whatever this week's focus group tells them. I'm sure there A LOT of great scripts out there but are too "edgy".
  6. Vidiot

    Vidiot Trying to Avoid Cheeseburgers

    Hollywood, USA
    The other scary thing is, this is going to be a one-hour show, reportedly much more serious than the original series, according to Deadline: Hollywood.
  7. Hawkman

    Hawkman Supercar Gort Staff

    New Jersey
    They tried "The Munsters Today" years ago and it wound up playing on Saturday afternoons which is pretty much a death spot. Just ask The New Monkees.
  8. Michael

    Michael I LOVE WIDE S-T-E-R-E-O!

    so will it be scary, very scary?...:) who knows it may be fun!
  9. RockWizard

    RockWizard Forum Resident

    One hour? And a 180 from the classic show? Singer must like playing Russian Roulette. An hour based on the original would have been a stretch.
  10. Vidiot

    Vidiot Trying to Avoid Cheeseburgers

    Hollywood, USA
    The New Munsters! :shake:
  11. Michael

    Michael I LOVE WIDE S-T-E-R-E-O!

    The Munsters Rebooted...I like that title best.
  12. davenav

    davenav Forum Resident

    Brooklyn, USA
    Oh, how the mighty have fallen. :sigh:

    In an alternate universe in my mind, Bryan Singer stayed with the X-Men franchise and went on to solidify his position as one of our top directors.
  13. agentalbert

    agentalbert Forum Resident

    San Antonio, TX
    With Bryan Fuller (Pushing Daisies) and Bryan Singer on board, I'm interested.
  14. Vidiot

    Vidiot Trying to Avoid Cheeseburgers

    Hollywood, USA
    Not after Superman Returns... :sigh:

    I agree, he did a great job on X-Men and The Usual Suspects. Singer has made some strange choices since then.

    F_C_FRANKLIN Well-Known Member

    Brian Fuller's "Dead Like Me" was great when he was involved with it, and a "Munsters" reboot with that kind of tone could actually work.
  16. Michael

    Michael I LOVE WIDE S-T-E-R-E-O!

    you may have the answer to my question?...Why is the picture quality on the DVD Superman Returns so supersaturated? If that's the correct term? almost a soft pastel quality...

    and...Is he a fan of the Munsters TV Show? I wonder...
  17. Sneaky Pete

    Sneaky Pete Forum Resident

    Yes, and cowardice on the part of the investors.

    This has bomb written all over it.
  18. tommy-thewho

    tommy-thewho Forum Resident

    detroit, mi
    I'd rather see an Addams family over the Munsters.
  19. PaulKTF

    PaulKTF Forum Resident

  20. Rachael Bee

    Rachael Bee Miembra muy loca

    I watched Superman Returns last night. At times the movie looks like claymation. The colour palate is best describes as "ultra drab". The half hour long ending is a downer. What I like about the movie is Kevin Spacey. Bryan Singer is definitely not a cinematic genius or has a lot to learn.

    The Munsters again.... :( :rolleyes::thumbsdn:

    "...eddie are you kidding..." :shake:
  21. jupiter8

    jupiter8 Forum Resident

    NJ, USA
    It was bad enough the first time! (I'm on Team Addams Family)
  22. fitzysbuna

    fitzysbuna Forum Resident

    will it be a comedy or a drama? this looks and sounds very strange ! If its a comedy I don't know if Fred Gwynne and Al Lewis who worked very well together can be replicated.
  23. Michael

    Michael I LOVE WIDE S-T-E-R-E-O!

    when is this coming out?
  24. RockWizard

    RockWizard Forum Resident

    I'd like to know. Not much said lately.....
  25. GregM

    GregM Well-Known Member

    Daddyland, CA
    Pretty sad when one of the most talented directors in Hollywood has nothing better or more original to do than remake a 50 year old television comedy.

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