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Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by flash13, Oct 6, 2011.
Well if it fails they can always just make it a porn parody.
yeah, but its in spanish, not only mexican (it is not a localism) and its not really slang, its one of the oficial meanings of the word. So you know how it is going to sound despite context in the 2nd most spoken language in the world...
Thats a lot of people... Gonna feel more Peckinpah than Disney.
Cool but thought there was finally news or something. Damn it
Sorry. This thread talking about the possibility of a reboot was started 9 years ago....so the chances of it being made are pretty darn slim. Since then it has become a catch all for all things ZORRO.
I watched Mask of Zorro with my girl. It was her first time seeing it and she loved it.
Fair enough C Lee and speaking of Mask of Zorro, I recently found the Mask of Zorro and Legend of Zorro's soundtracks on spotify. I had forgotten I liked the score a lot and the song by Marc Anthony and a female singer
Anytime "The Legend of Zorro" is on I'll watch it. It's just a fun watch and Banderas is so likable in it.
Loved the. Original film, Mixed on Legend.
It bookends the beginning and ending of the film with pretty good stunts, though.
1958 TV GUIDE cover with Guy Williams.
Antonio Bandera was awesome but Guy Williams is still my #1 Zorro
It isn't hard to make a Zorro film. It isn't even hard to make a really good Zorro film. Not when there's so much talent in the film industry.
Perhaps a mexican director would be best, though. Will Alfonso Cuaron be interested in something like this? It's not a far fetched idea. He did one Harry Potter, after all.
I would have been up for a Tarantino produced Robert Rodriguez directed version of this.
Johnston McCulley, the man who authored ZORRO, with Guy Williams, Zorro on the Disney TV series.
I recently finished watching the first 13 episodes of Disney Zorro. I have to say that overall, Guy Williams is the best Zorro, IMO. He had a very interesting life off camera, too.
Regardless of what time period they end up choosing, I hope Diego is the main character.