Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by RickH, Nov 2, 2017.
'Twilight Zone' Reboot From Jordan Peele in the Works at CBS All Access
This already exists and is called Black Mirror.
In all seriousness, I'm not holding my breath, but am curious nonetheless.
"Again?" -Rocky The Flying Squirrel.
Needs to be in black and white.
Color just a fad.
Well, it can't be any worse than that awful movie Spielberg and John Landis did back in the 80s.
And silent. I warned the movie studios that talkies would never make it.
It could work. However, they should avoid remakes of the classic episodes. Give us new stories by good writers.
You know they won't be able to resist remaking some of the classics, possibly even for the second time (movie and previous TZ reboot).
I like that movie.
they can get the remaining members of the grateful dead to provide the music like last time.
Different strokes for different folks,
So on and so on and scooby dooby doo
I'm interested! I like the last remake series although many ppl trashed it...especially the remake of It's A Good Life... "It's Stll A Good Life" with Billy Mumy and his daughter...
O' you must be thinking of The Zanti Misfits...the Outer Limits! ; )
me too...my wife and I enjoyed all the remakes of The TZ and the Outer Limits as well!
Peele is getting hella busy.
Is it a "reboot" if the original show had no actual continuity?
well - CBS messes it up like they did Star Trek...it will be very expensive - full of special effects...and vapid..
Cool! Get some people who can write.
there are plenty out there...
I’d love to watch it, but I’m not paying extra every month to watch CBS shows on a CBS app when I’m already paying to watch CBS on cable
Maybe it and Star Trek Discovery will make their way into Netflix someday
My thoughts exactly
Yeah, I'm sure there are lots of good writers out there who would love a shot at a Twilight Zone story.
One thing I love about Season 1 of the 80s show, is they didn't have a strict time standard. The show was one hour, but they sometimes had 2 stories and sometimes 3. It allowed for the stories to be short and sweet, or longer, depending.
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