American Magic: The Sequel (2005-present)

Discussion in 'Alternate History Discussion: After 1900' started by OldNavy1988, Jun 19, 2019.

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  1. Threadmarks: Reaction to The Dark Knight Begins

    OldNavy1988 Well-Known Member

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    "A refreshing take on the Caped Crusader."
    - Roger Ebert

    "Neil Patrick Harris's Riddler is as terrifying as he is charming."
    - Access Hollywood

    "Christian Bale ought to work on his Batman voice. In some scenes, he suddenly turns into the Cookie Monster."
    - The Los Angeles Times

    "Remember when people doubted Chris Nolan's grasp of Batman? I don't."
    - The Chicago Tribune

    "Paul Feig's probably out there wishing he played a comic book villain rather than a real life villain."
    - The Cleveland Plain-Dealer
     
  2. Threadmarks: Late July 2006 Movies

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    You, Me and Dupree
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    Released by Universal Pictures.

    Clerks II
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    Released by Grand Diamond.

    Monster House

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    Released by DreamWorks SKG.

    The Ant Bully
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    Released by Warner Bros.

    John Tucker Must Die
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    Released by Hyperion Pictures.

    My Super Ex-Girlfriend
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    Released by 20th Century Fox. ITTL, Because of Uma Thurman's prior commitment to Bonkers, the role of Jenny Johnson is instead played by Venus Terzo.

    Little Miss Sunshine
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    Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.​
     
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  3. Threadmarks: Entertainment News for Early August 2006

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    Actor and director Paul Feig checks into Providence St Joseph Hospital in Burbank citing anxiety attacks.
    - The Los Angeles Times

    Columbia Pictures grants Nolan his wish; greenlights two additional Batman films following the success of The Dark Knight Begins.
    - Variety

    July 2006 proves to be the lowest point in 20th Century Fox's 71 year history. American Crime Story and My Super Ex Girlfriend, both released by Fox that month, tank miserably at the box office.
    - The Hollywood Reporter

    Grand Diamond and Nintendo's Super Smash Bros smashes advance ticket sales records just mere months before the film's Thanksgiving debut.
    - The New York Times

    Zac Efron to host ABC's annual Saturday Morning Preview next month.
    - TV Guide
     
  4. TheFaultsofAlts Well-Known Member

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    Just so we're clear, can we get a recap on all the shows that have aired on ABC's Saturday Morning block after the POD? Just mentioning the names of said shows is good enough.
     
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  5. Goldwind2 Well-Known Member

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    I agree Oldnavy has been going much into much detail on saterday mourning cartoon sheducle lately
     
  6. OldNavy1988 Well-Known Member

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    ABC's Saturday Morning block after Michael Eisner took over Hanna-Barbera...

    Wuzzles, Gummi Bears and Fluppy Dogs were HB's first series greenlit by Eisner himself.

    By 1985, Eisner started vertically integrating ABC's Saturday Morning lineup with mostly HB stuff with a few exceptions:

    - Warner Bros continued to run The Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show on ABC all the way till 2000.

    - ABC briefly aired Trump Manhattan's version of Beany and Cecil in 1988 before it was abruptly canceled.

    - Galaxy High, created by Chris Columbus, aired in 1986. ITTL, Columbus co-produced the show with CMJ and 20th Century Fox television.

    - Wild West Cowboys of Moo Mesa, created by Ryan Brown and produced by Murakami Wolf Swenson, the same team behind the 1987 TMNT series.

    - Bump in the Night, aired in the mid-90's and owned ITTL by Saban Brands.
     
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  7. QTXAdsy That Fifer

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    Just had a thought for TTL's Disney princess lineup and other franchises in the Disney animated canon lineup.

    With the release of this collection of the Disney princess films on DVD and Blu-ray, wonder if we'll see one for the princesses for here not before long? Can imagine that the Star Wars films have already gotten this or has it already happened? (Maybe for the 30th anniversary in 2007?)

    With that said, might be an update to give an update on the princess lineup as of 2006 here. Would be hilarious if Julia Redaxe somehow ends up in it if you remember who she ends up with.

     
  8. OldNavy1988 Well-Known Member

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    Disney's Princess lineup as of 2006
    Snow White (1937)
    Cinderella (1950)
    Aurora (1958)
    Rapunzel (1976)
    Leia (1977)
    Eilonwy (1984)
    Ariel (1989)
    Belle (1991)
    Jasmine (1992)
    Mulan (1998)
    Julia Redaxe (2006)

    Star Wars Box Set history (VHS)

    1987 (10th Anniversary; Black Diamond Era)
    A New Hope
    The Empire Strikes Back
    Revenge of the Jedi


    1995 ("Faces" box set; Masterpiece Collection Era)
    A New Hope
    The Empire Strikes Back
    Revenge of the Jedi
    Dark Empire

    1997 (20th Anniversary; Masterpiece Collection Era)
    Same titles as above; released months before Rise of the Sith came out.
     
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  9. QTXAdsy That Fifer

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    Isn't Belle missing from the list? Other than that, a very unique list here. Bloody hell that Julia is the Stitch of the princess franchise haha! x'D

    Also forgot to mention, if we are getting collections such as Princess and Star Wars collections, another idea might be to have a Disney dark side/adult collection featuring the PG-13 films maybe? Would they be Black Cauldron, Nineteen Eighty-Four, Redaxes and one other film have I forgot to mention?

    Finally, I think an animation pipeline for future animated films for all studios might be overdue. Going to be interesting seeing other studios are making it tough for Disney here.
     
  10. Goldwind2 Well-Known Member

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    what next
     
  11. TheFaultsofAlts Well-Known Member

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    So, how many HB shows were created after the inclusion of Eisner? And, if possible, can I make a suggestion for the company?
     
  12. OldNavy1988 Well-Known Member

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    Hanna-Barbera shows under Michael Eisner

    Mid-Late 1980's
    Jetsons (1985 Reboot)
    Snorks
    The 13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo
    Wuzzles
    Bizkitts
    Gummi Bears
    Challenge of the GoBots
    Fluppy Dogs
    Galtar and the Golden Lance
    The Flintstone Kids
    A Pup Named Scooby Doo
    Fantastic Max

    NOTES:
    Pound Puppies, which HB made IOTL, was made ITTL by the now-defunct Kushner-Locke studio.
    Gummi Bears was an idea Eisner fast-tracked at Disney IOTL.

    1990's
    Wake, Rattle and Roll
    Yo, Yogi!
    Fish Police (Touchstone Television)
    Capitol Critters (Touchstone Television)
    Marsupilami
    Sailor Moon (North American dubs; Touchstone Television)
    Dexter's Laboratory
    Sledgehammer O'Possum
    The Powerpuff Girls
    Johnny Bravo/Jenny Brava
    The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest
    Hey Arnold!
    Larry and Steve (Fuzzy Door)

    2000's
    Lloyd in Space
    Teamo Supremo
    American Dad (Fuzzy Door)

    Coming soon
    Hannah Montana
    Wizards of Waverly Place
    Good Luck Charlie
    The Cleveland Show (Fuzzy Door)

    @TheFaultsofAlts Lets hear your suggestions.
     
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  13. OldNavy1988 Well-Known Member

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    Added Belle to the list. Thanks for the reminder.
     
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  14. Goldwind2 Well-Known Member

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    Yes the non disney pipeline needs some updating. My Arfitcal Stupidty idea (Since there is no metion of Invader I am opperting on the aussmption that it was butterflied and the new)
    Since cartoon network studio is the succsor to otl Hanbar perhaps
    Couarge the cowardly dog, Sheep in the big city time squad mike lu and og billy and Mandy , kid next door , megas xlr whatever happpend to robot jones, fosters home for imargy friend, hi hi puffy amiyumi, junife lee sammuir jack camp lazzol ben ten my gym parners a monkey and squaril boy would be made by hanbaa

    Some of thes show would be buttery or made by other companies
    Now that you handeled Hanbara/ ABC maybe you should move on CBS UPN WB HUB and NBC. Perhas you should also do Nickolodena XYZ Disney Channel and Cartton network
     
  15. OldNavy1988 Well-Known Member

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    I would love to, except it would be too tedious.
     
  16. OldNavy1988 Well-Known Member

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    Addendum to the Star Wars box set history.

    1987 (10th Anniversary; Black Diamond Era)
    A New Hope
    The Empire Strikes Back
    Revenge of the Jedi


    1995 ("Faces" box set; Masterpiece Collection Era)
    A New Hope
    The Empire Strikes Back
    Revenge of the Jedi
    Dark Empire


    1997 (20th Anniversary; Masterpiece Collection Era)
    - Same titles as above; released months before Rise of the Sith came out.
    - The cover art would be similar to the OTL Special Edition VHS covers.

    2000 (Gold Classic Collection Era)
    First time on DVD for the titles below. Each DVD release from this era is single disc with a minimal amount of extras.

    The Phantom Menace
    Rise of the Sith
    A New Hope
    The Empire Strikes Back
    Revenge of the Jedi
    Dark Empire

    NOTE: Titles listed in order of when they take place in the SW canon of TTL.

    DVD

    2007 (30th Anniversary; Platinum Edition Era)
    Each title will have 2 discs each. One for the movie itself with audio commentary, the second disc stacked with bonus materials.

    The Phantom Menace
    Rise of the Sith
    Rogue Squadron
    (Likely the last installment to come out on VHS)
    A New Hope
    The Empire Strikes Back
    Revenge of the Jedi
    Dark Empire

    It likely be 2012 that the saga comes to BluRay for the first time.
     
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  17. TheFaultsofAlts Well-Known Member

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    Well, I only have one at the moment, but it'll have to do for now...

    The name of the potential show is called Scooby Doo's Food Ranch. In this show, the Mystery Inc. gang decide to take some time off from solving mysteries in order to begin a farm. Said farm is used as a means for Shaggy and Scooby to get some fresh foods without going to the nearest store. Which actually makes some sense as an interior method if you've watched enough of the franchise. Oh, and other Hanna-Barbera characters try to get some food from them by any means necessary. You have Yogi and Boo-boo attempting to steal the foods, the Smurfs using their small size(s) to get some mushrooms for their community, and ITTL, you can include a cameo or two from Marsupilami or Sledgehammer O'Possum somewhere in the first few episodes.

    Let me know if this is a good idea.
     
  18. Igeo654 The Concept Guy.

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    Hoping that Wacky Races forever ends up on that list at some point.
     
  19. Goldwind2 Well-Known Member

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    Are any of the big 6 networks airing any childern's education programing or are they leavign it pbs and may a specility cable channel because there no EI reguriment in this timeline.
     
  20. OldNavy1988 Well-Known Member

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    That PB&J Network is supposed to launch in September of '06, but I forget who the partners are.
     
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