IOTL, I think Artisan made maybe three good films; Blair Witch, Ghost Dog and Van Wilder. There might be another I'm missing. However, I felt that Artisan's logo was a bit bland compared to what they had when they used to be Live. Even then, Live Entertainment sounded a little redundant namewise.I wonder if Artisan Entertainment can be more successful in this TL. I'd also like to see Trimark, Relativity Media, and Revolution Studios be more successful.
Denzel as Adult Mike Hanlon. Cool.I just had a thought. You know who could play the grown up version of the black kid in It? Denzel Washington.
Yes, are we getting Batman Returns here and if so will it avoid the Happy Meals debacle?Any questions, comments, etc. before we get to the Summer Blockbusters of '91?
Yes, we are indeed getting Batman Returns.Yes, are we getting Batman Returns here and if so will it avoid the Happy Meals debacle?
I could see perhaps it being quite different to OTL film such as no Shreck here and maybe a less downer ending such as Selina/Catwoman actually going with Bruce rather than rejecting it.
Would be interesting to see what you'd have in mind for it.
How are Columbia pictures doing at this timeStar Trek III: The Voyage Home
Released by RKO Radio Pictures on May 24, 1991.
Written and Directed by
Star Trek: The Motion Picture theme by
William Shatner as Admiral James T. Kirk
Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock
George Takei as Mr. Sulu
Walter Koenig as Pavel Chekov
James Doohan as Scotty
Nichelle Nichols as Uhura
DeForest Kelley as Bones
Majel Barrett as Christine Chapel
After nine years and dozens of scripts and story treatments, Star Trek finally returns to the big screen with The Voyage Home. In this film, we are introduced to the El-Aurians and their leader Hadron Mazah (Eddie Murphy), who quickly becomes an ally to the Enterprise crew as they must return to Earth and intercept a "whale probe."
The VHS & Laserdisc release of Star Trek III: The Voyage Home was dedicated to the memory of creator Gene Roddenberry, who passed away just a few months after the film's theatrical run.
Personally I'd tighten the story with just Penguin and Catwoman though Harvey Dent deserves to be in it and end with his transformation to Two-Face.Yes, we are indeed getting Batman Returns.
I was thinking that instead of Shreck, we instead get Killer Croc. Or should the story be tightened to just have the Penguin and Catwoman?
I don't have a Shazam/Captain Thunder yet. Nor do I have a Blue Beetle.
Not sure if I want to have The Avengers or Spider-Man for '92, or to just save both for later. OR...I might have The Avengers for a A Very, Merry Marvel Christmas in '91?