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Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by green, Mar 14, 2008.
Fincher has been involved with many films lately.
Isnt this like, the third Heavy Metal movie?
Fincher has a new project every two minutes. damn!
paint me excited!
I wish he'd hurry up and make Rendezvous with Rama.
The film will consist of eight or nine individual animated segments, each of which will be directed by a different helmer.
As I said on the front page, this is a pretty awesome development. I hope this Heavy Metal is as good as it can be with talent like Fincher behind it.
I love how it's going to have individual segments like the original, didn't care for Heavy Metal 2 that much.
Wonder who's going to be on the soundtrack, the music has always been a big plus with these movies.
Some good band has to re-do Sammy Hagar's song for this damnit!
I know I'll probably be in the minority but that song still holds up today.t:
It does hold up today, I'm going to listen to it now.
I'll be happy with the music as long as the idea of Heavy Metal isn't: MCR, The Killers, The Used, Fall Out Boy, etc.
But Fincher has a good taste in music (NIN fan fo' sho.) So I'm sure he'll get some good tuned
don't forget.....Madonna!!! t:
Which movie of his did he have Madonna playing in it?
he did 2 video collections for her. i'm pretty sure he directed some of them too. he directed music videos for a while before becoming a movie director.
Now the question is, will this fly today? Heavy Metal mag is still out, but it's mostly a cult thing nowadays. F.A.K.K. was just a direct to cable thing last time I saw it, and mostly Julie Strain's old ass.
yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay I loved heavy metal, because the story was so cool and stuff, yeah....
As for whether it'll fly today. Hell yeah... If 300 is any indication...
sounds awesome. heavy metal was a huge influence on my young life (i saw it way before i should have)...
but the news that has me even more excited is this
"Fincher recently became attached to direct Paramount's adaptation of the Charles Burns graphic novel "Black Hole..."
one of my favorite books ever.
Didn't see this posted.
I never take anything at face value anymore. Until you see actual footage or notes about a movie, I consider it non-existent.