User Avatar Image

Remake Jurassic Park and The Lost World (with Spielberg as Producer)

posted by Chariloe on - last edited - Viewed by 6.8K users

Somebody started a campaign that could actually be successful, but we need more people to participate.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Remake-Jurassic-Park-and-The-Lost-World-with-Spielberg-as-Producer/228708970475230


We must send letters to Universal (or e-mail the studio) and explain this brilliant idea:

If Universal is afraid to remake the JP movies (because of the Spielberg-fanboys who are so biased towards the original movie) then we have to convince Universal to GET SPIELBERG TO BE THE PRODUCER OF THE REMAKES. It might be the only way to convince the public that this project will be taken seriously.

"In Steve We Trust"

The posters for the remakes could even say: "STEVEN SPIELBERG PRESENTS" above the title, just like other movies he was only the producer of.

P.S.
If you don't like the term "remake," then just think of it as a "reboot" instead...because our motivation is more about the books than it is about Spielberg's films.

180 Comments - Linear Discussion: Classic Style
  • @FPug said: ACTUALLY, it's kind of an invalid KIND OF. In Batman's case look at it like this, Joel Schumacher's movies were NOT a direct continuation of Tim Burton's stories, they just hired a new director to tell NEW Batman stories, of course we all know how that turned out LOL. So, it's more they got a new director to tell a new Batman story with Chris Nolan. It COULD be called a reboot.

    As for James Bond, Casino Royale was NOT a Reboot, it was a prequel, and they needed it to help finish stories based off of Ian Flemmings books...so yeah. THE MORE YOU KNOW!!!!:D:p

    Not a reboot? Maybe you should actually WATCH the films. I'd have accepted it as a prequel if they didn't have Dame Judi Dench still playing M(her M was the FIRST female head of MI6 and was appointed at the beginning of Goldeneye) and if they'd have had Q. They didn't have Q and still had the female M. It's a reboot.

  • Ugh I hate remakes. Especially since nowadays it's all about fucking franchises. Jurassic Park could easily be reshown in theaters and it still wouldn't look dated!

    My idea for hollywood is to actually make some original films with something called acting and story telling. stop remaking films that are already good, and replacing it with annoying obvious computer graphics, lame duck actors and actresses, and constant stunts!
    As for the 3d craze... THE SHARK STILL LOOKS FAKE.

  • @Shadowknight1 said: Not a reboot? Maybe you should actually WATCH the films. I'd have accepted it as a prequel if they didn't have Dame Judi Dench still playing M(her M was the FIRST female head of MI6 and was appointed at the beginning of Goldeneye) and if they'd have had Q. They didn't have Q and still had the female M. It's a reboot.

    I've seen EVERY SINGLE ONE dude, don't judge. I'm an Uber fan and even though I now see it's considered a reboot, I call it a prequel! That's where bond got his begginings and after 20 films, I would consider it crazy to call Casino Royale a reboot. So there. Just because it has Judi Dench as M and leaves out Q doesn't mean anything. Q wasn't even a main character in the Novels.

  • I consider Casino Royale a reboot myself. Because if you watch Casino Royale before Dr. No they don't exactly fit together.

    However, I never considered everthing before Casino Royale sequals to each other. They were mostly stand alone films (with the exception of things like the guy with the cat) Where as Casion Royale and QOS directly followed one another. I think that is what seperates the new films from the old ones and what makes them reboots. IMO anyway

  • @waroftheworlds01 said: I consider Casino Royale a reboot myself. Because if you watch Casino Royale before Dr. No they don't exactly fit together.

    However, I never considered everthing before Casino Royale sequals to each other. They were mostly stand alone films (with the exception of things like the guy with the cat) Where as Casion Royale and QOS directly followed one another. I think that is what seperates the new films from the old ones and what makes them reboots. IMO anyway

    Thats true, but Quantum of Solace could also be a prequel, it's like Star Wars, and with #23 coming out in 2013 I'm sure we could see how everything ties in to Dr.No. I could still be wrong, but I always considered Casino Royale the beginning of Bond and therefore a prequel, but that is solely my opinion and clearly not that of the masses.

  • If they're able to tie it all into Dr. No then that would be great. But if they end up remaking Dr. NO (heaven forbid) then it'll definitly mean that its a reboot. But lets hope they don't go as far as to start remaking previous Bond films. That's just silly.

  • [quote=waroftheworlds01;520650]if they're able to tie it all into dr. No then that would be great. But if they end up remaking dr. No (heaven forbid) then it'll definitly mean that its a reboot. But lets hope they don't go as far as to start remaking previous bond films. That's just silly.[/quote]

    amen!

  • Been thinking about who could play the characters in a remake of Jurassic Park based off the NOVEL

    ■Dr. Alan Grant ( Aaron Eckhart )
    aaroneckhart.jpg

    Uploaded with ImageShack.us

    ■Dr. Ellie Sattler ( Scarlett Johansson )
    scarettjohansson1a30040.jpg

    Uploaded with ImageShack.us

    ■Ian Malcolm (Johnny Depp )
    johnnydepppicture.jpg

    Uploaded with ImageShack.us

    ■John Hammond (Michael Caine )
    michaelcaine.jpg

    Uploaded with ImageShack.us

    ■Robert Muldoon (Daniel Craig )
    daniel20craig20has20hol.jpg

    Uploaded with ImageShack.us

    ■Dennis Nedry (Jorge Garcia )
    jorgegarcia.jpg

    Uploaded with ImageShack.us


    Thoughts?

    I think Aaron would be a great Grant. He is great as a leader figure and will really shine in scenes where he is trying to get the kids to safety. Johanson is a great actress and I think she could play a young Ellie Sattler who has just graduated like in the novels. No one could ever replace Goldblum as Malcolm but Johny Depp is a great character actor and I think the he will be able to connect with auidence much the same way Goldblum did in the first film. WIth wit and charm. Michale Caine as Hammond is the best I could think of at the moment. I think Caine would play a great "Evil walt Disney" Hammond as well as a softer Hammond like in the film. But I'm hoping for the Novel version myself. Craig as Muldoon is just golden in my opinion. I think he would be great in that role. Nedry choise is a bit of a laugh but I think he would be an entertaining Nedry.

    What do you guys think?

  • Not bad at all. Depp as Malcolm is brilliant! :D

    Not too keen about Grant and Ellie, but the rest is actually quite good! Hammond should be Jeremy Irons perhaps and go...

    "The Park will be MINE! Aaaht-t-t-t-t-t!"

    It would be awesome! :p

  • I think that all the choices are good, EXCEPT Depp...he's an awesome actor, but this is not his kind of film. Besides, his classics were better than his current work. Gilbert Grape was where he was a TRUE actor.

Add Comment