March 15, 2020 at 5:10 pm #1203382338
Time to put on your hollywood thinking cap. You have the ability to greenlight any movie you want? What would it be about? Whos staring in it? Whos directing it? Same goes if you want to remake a movie.March 15, 2020 at 5:40 pm #1203382350
Anything starring Natalie Portman with Nicole Kidman and a gay supporting character would be fine with me. Not creative enough to come up with a concept lol.March 15, 2020 at 7:15 pm #1203382367
keira knightley natalie portman co-led period piece with laura dern in a supporting role written and directed by greta gerwig, we demand it as part of the gay agendaMarch 15, 2020 at 8:21 pm #1203382426
Director (Up to 2): Damien Chazelle and Alfonso Cuarón
Cast (Up to 10): Natalie Portman, Ryan Gosling, Sandra Bullock, Christian Bale, Jennifer Lawrence, Adam Driver, Michelle Yeoh, Samuel L. Jackson Octavia Spencer, and Bradley Cooper.
Screenplay (Up to 3): Pete Docter, Christopher Nolan, and Lulu Wang.
Cinematography: Emmanuel Lubezki
Score (Up to 2): Hans Zimmer and Justin Hurwitz
Have a great day if you see this!
FYC: Anthony Hopkins- The Father
FYC: Chadwick Boseman - Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
Straight/BLMMarch 15, 2020 at 8:42 pm #1203382430
A comedic murder mystery made up entirely of Game of Thrones actors. We know they can easily pass for killers, but the actors are surprisingly really funny. I first thought of this idea when I saw this photoshoot:
Something about this aesthetic made it dawn on me that I wanted this concept to happen. Given the look, I could see Ryan Murphy doing a good job directing in a style like this photoshoot. As for the writer, I could imagine Taika Waititi could bring a good mixture of tension and humor. Waititi could also direct, in all honesty, he’d probably be better at it then Murphy, as I think he’s more talented behind a camera. Yes, the concept is overly reliant on reuniting a cast, but hey, it’s never gonna be made, so why not suggest it here.
Also Hildur Guðnadóttir could do the score. Cause why not.March 15, 2020 at 9:30 pm #1203382443
The story is to be based on the Bobbie Gentry song “Fancy”, which was popularized by country singer Reba McEntire.
Here is the content according to Wikipedia:
“The Southern Gothic style-song is told from the perspective of a woman named Fancy, approximately thirty-three years old, looking back to the summer she was 18.
Fancy’s family (consisting of Fancy, a baby sibling whose gender is not mentioned, and their mother; the father having abandoned them) lived in poverty — “a one room, rundown shack on the outskirts of New Orleans”. Her mother is terminally ill and has no one to care for the baby.
In a last, desperate act to save Fancy from the vicious cycle of poverty, her mother spends her last money to buy Fancy a red “dancing dress”, makeup and perfume, and a locket inscribed with the phrase “To thine own self be true”. She encourages Fancy to “be nice to the gentlemen, Fancy, and they’ll be nice to you” (implying prostitution as a means to gain financial independence). Soon after, Fancy’s mother dies and her baby sibling becomes a ward of the state.
Fancy recalls her mother’s parting words: “Here’s your one chance Fancy don’t let me down” and “If you want out, well, it’s up to you.” Fancy ends up using sex and connections she makes to build a better life for herself (eventually owning a Georgia mansion and a New York City townhouse flat), eventually making peace with her mother, denouncing “self-righteous hypocrites” who criticize her and her mother for her actions, and acknowledging the complexity of the decision her mother was forced to make.”
It will be directed and written by a female director preferably Lisa Cholodenko. Cinematography will be by Rodrigo Prieto and Jon Gregory will be the editor. Original score will be composed by Carter Burwell.
So far, the cast are:
Jennifer Lawrence – Fancy
Frances McDormand – Mother
Bryan Cranston – Father
Tracy Letts and Bill Heck – the Gentlemen
Reba McEntire – Cameo performance
Talking about design, as of now, I can only think of Sandy Powell for costume design.March 15, 2020 at 11:47 pm #1203382541
Current Royal family biopic- The Windsors
Written By- Greta Gerwig
Claire Foy- Kate
Benedict Cumberbatch- William
Dame Judi Dench- Queen Elizabeth II
Christopher Plummer- Prince Phillip
Dame Emma Thompson- Camilla
Hugh Grant- Charles
Olivia Colman- Anne
Michael Fassbender- Harry
Kate Winslet- Sarah Ferguson
Kiera Knightley- Beatrice
Emily Blunt- Eugene
John Lithgow- Andrew
Music- Hans Zimmer
Costume- Sandy Powell
Production Design- Fiona Crombie and Alice Felton
Makeup and Hair- Anne Reid
6th Place WGA 2021
12th Place VES 2021
61st Place BAFTA nominations 2021March 15, 2020 at 11:52 pm #1203382545
Jennifer Lawrence in the 80s. That’s all.March 16, 2020 at 12:24 am #1203382551
An adaptation of Exit the Actress: A Novel by Priya Pamar.
Also a movie starring Emma Watson, because I’d like to work with her.March 16, 2020 at 12:29 am #1203382553
Music: Either Daniel Pembeton or Andrea Morricone
Cinematography: Declan Quinn or Conrad W. Hall
Editor: Alisa Lepselter
Production Designer: Kevin Kavanaugh, David Crank or Francois Audouy
Set Decorator: David Schlesinger
Costume Designer: Jennifer JohnsonMarch 16, 2020 at 8:44 am #1203382820
This kind of goes in line with the “What story needs to be told” thread, but here it is again: a Franklin Pierce biopic.
Title: Handsome Frank (Tagline: We will Pierce you [release date month.day.year]
Director: Steven Spielberg
Starring: An ensemble cast featuring Tom Hiddleston as Franklin Pierce, Julia Roberts as Jane Pierce, Cillian Murphy as Jefferson Davis, Henry Cavill as Stephen Douglas, Mark Ruffalo as Salmon P. Chase, Robert Pattinson as Preston Brooks, Matthew Goode as Charles Sumner, and Willem Dafoe as John Brown, among others.
Screenplay: Steven Spielberg and Gary Ross
Music: Hans Zimmer or John Williams
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