Wolfman Reboot… again.

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Universal wollte dem 2010er Wolfman (den ich ja als einziger Mensch auf dem Planeten okay oder zumindest ganz brauchbar fand) zunächst ein Sequel spendieren – erstaunlich, denn der Film spielte maximal seine Produktionskosten ein –, dieses Sequel wird Moviehole zufolge nun ein Reboot, das bisherige Sctipt wird grade umgeschrieben, basierend auf dem Script des Originals von 1941. Solange sie das Werwolf-Design wieder so schick hinkriegen, soll’s mir recht sein.

Michael Tabb’s script is being rewritten and reworked to be an original film – almost a reboot of the classic Universal monster movie series. If anything, this new film – they’ve yet to decide on a title though I hear “Werewolf” is popular -will share a link to the original George Waggner film (from 1941) rather than Joe Johnston’s ill-fated 2009 remake.

Wolfman rebooted! (via Horror Movies)

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  1. Deacon

    Du bist nicht der einzige Mensvh. Ich fande den Film auch gelungen. :) Was ich jedoch von einem erneuten Reboot halten soll? Hmm…Ich weiß nicht.

  2. Roland D.

    Sind wir schon 3. Klar hätte der besser sein können, aber so war er immer noch ganz gut. Und Re-boot nach so kurzer Zeit taugt mir gar nicht.

  3. CineMan

    Ich sehe & lese nur noch Reboot …….
    ….. und Pre & Seque.

  4. CineMan

    Ich sehe & lese nur noch Reboot …….
    ….. und Pre & Sequel.

  5. Dr.Strangelove

    Wer hats erfunden? George Lucas, die Sau. ;)

  6. burns

    CineMan: Ich auch. :-(

  7. Klüngel

    @ Renington Steele: Du bist nicht der einzige der den Film “… okay oder zumindest ganz brauchbar fand …” ;o)

  8. The Director

    Ich lese & sehe nur noch Reboot, Pre- und Sequel.
    (dieser Kommentar ist ein Sequel zu den Kommentaren 3 & 4, die nicht ganz gelungen waren)

  9. CineMan

    @ The Director
    Ein gelunges Sequel!

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