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New League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen Movie In The Works.

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Tomwe:
Yeah that's what I meant. Looks like the TV pilot was 2013, ten years after the first film. It was described as a 'put pilot' in the article I saw meaning Fox fits the bill if it never airs. Sounds pretty much in line with the Corman FF.

Dandontdare:

--- Quote from: Tomwe on 18 May, 2022, 09:58:25 AM ---Learnt from this article they've tried a bunch of times to reboot already. Is this a cynical effort to keep the rights from reverting to Moore & O'Neill?

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Was LOEG creator-owned or would the rights revert to the publisher?


--- Quote from: sheridan on 18 May, 2022, 10:50:25 AM ---For example, the 1984 Fantastic Four film.
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I actually like this - the budget/effects are shit, but it's better than some of the later ones

Funt Solo:
Pitch Meeting...

Producer: This Hyde character is great - what does he do next?
Screenwriter #1: He bugger's the invisible man to death in a fit of calculated revenge.
Producer: Next!

Jim_Campbell:

--- Quote from: Dandontdare on 18 May, 2022, 04:04:37 PM ---Was LOEG creator-owned or would the rights revert to the publisher?

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LoEG has moved publishers a couple of times, hasn’t it? That would suggest it’s creator-owned.

Jimmy Baker's Assistant:
Indeed, LoEG was the only ABC strip that was creator owned, so it's the only one that Moore carried on with after his infamous exit from ABC. He willingly sold the movie rights and then became enraged when the studio seemed to cave in to a plagiarism lawsuit. Hence, no more Moore movies.

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