blufeld
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May 12th, 2018, 6:00 pm #821

I think "The Stand" would be too long for one movie.  See THE DARK TOWER.
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MovieMatt
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May 19th, 2018, 7:48 pm #822

Bill Kopp's WOODY WOODPECKER (2008).
Nearly ten years before the live-action abomination, cartoonist, Bill Kopp planned to make an animated movie out of it with all the classic characters.  However, it didn't make it past the script phase.  Was this connected with Illumination's version from 2013?


ADVENTURES IN MILK (2005-2008).
This was a combination between live-action and animation for Cartoon Network and was created by a pre-LOUD HOUSE Chris Savino.  However, it was scrapped in favor of another one with the live-action/animation technique, OUT OF JIMMY'S HEAD.
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madeleymade
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July 1st, 2018, 3:10 pm #823

fROM STARBURST, 1980

Ivan Tors, man behind all those salt-water tv series of yore, going back to work in Miami, making the underwater sequences for Sea Dragon of Loch Ness.  Below The Devil Lies is set beneath the 1940 Los Angeles sewers. MGM - GM have a great fantasy about ready from Charles Oaklor's The Second Son, about a construction worker falling from the 24th floor of a New York skyscraper and provoking "the most extraordinary chain of events to occur in over 2,000 years"
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CHEROKEEBRUCE
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July 1st, 2018, 11:36 pm #824

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MovieMatt
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July 2nd, 2018, 6:52 pm #825

To take advantage of the release in 1976 of the Dino de Laurentiis live-action movie, "King Kong", two animation studios announced King Kong animated series. Fred Calvert, president of Farmhouse Films, announced that he was preparing a six-part animated adaptation of the famous story for Saturday morning. Calvert based his effort on the ruling that original novel was in public domain due to improper copyright renewal. DePatie-Freleng Enterterprises (the company behind the "Pink Panther" cartoons) the very same month stated they had joined forces with producers Walter Bien and Gene Farmer to develop an animated series based on the character. Neither project was completed.
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madeleymade
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July 19th, 2018, 9:32 pm #826

From Screen International - 1978 - Oliver Tobias and Mary Tamm to star oppsoite Murray Melvin and Vivienne Burgess in Circles. Michael Klinger to produce Mad Dogs and Englishmen. Roy Scheider to appear opposite Bette Davies and Glenda Jackson or Diana Rigg or Vanessa Redgrave in The Family Arsenal by Paul Theroux 

The Wachsbergers' Laconia to film in Malta.
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