Your favorite director is now directing a live-action adaptation of your favorite cartoon.
Is it a masterpiece or shit
>Jackie Chan Adventures
Jade sucked how many dicks?
So its just a more goth monster high nothing really changes. But fuck it all if i wouldnt watch the shit out of it.
Maybe I'm just ill informed but why do people heap so much credit for a movie onto the director? It takes a whole fucking crew of people to put on a movie, including writers for the script
>Del Toro Justice League
Why can't we just have that instead of the colossal P.O.S. we're getting?
(I'm not counting anime or cartoons adapted from comics)
> Christopher Nolan
> Pic Related...
Fug, if they do as well as they did with WS, the movie will go places.
>Alejandro G Inarritu
>Avatar The Last Airbender
Ends with everyone either dead or broken inside from the war, and also the gaang sleep insides Appa's carcass to survive a cold night.
i'm having a blast imagining Hans Zimmer's Spimspons score blasting brown notes every time the exposition strings stop
basically when Lisa is speaking it's just strings looped forever then it cuts childishly to foghorns
Homer keeps getting hit with stuff but it's clear the blows aren't connecting; Flanders is revealed to be the villain unexpectedly but instead of giving reasons he's just plain crazy
Marge looks like she's got a big role, but actually she does very little other than scream and push buttons in the order she was carefully instructed
> Richard Linklater
> Batman: TAS
Eh, would probably be pretty shitty.
You best not diss the Two-Face motherfucker, or you can plan to meet the moonman yourself.
>Musical Score: Hans Zimmerman
Everything is in a tiny, minute detail and the characters are all flawed in their own way with a style that can mix comedy and tragedy. It even comes with a Bowie soundtrack.
I'm not sure the world is ready for Jodorowsky's take on Batman.
I really want it to just be a mix of Gummo and Trash Humpers, but on Avalon.
Quinton Tarantino making a RWBY movie. Goddamn yes please.
>David Lynch directs Daria
That pizza you like is going to come back in style.
Please stop, my erection can only get so big
Directors arguably have the most freedom to take artistic choices in a production so it's easier to tell which idiosyncrasies have been added across their oeuvre. Oftentimes Directors will bring in other creative people they've worked with before to affect the overall style of a film.
Anyway most people's favorite directors are auteurs who co-write scripts, micromanage cinematography, and insert their favorite actors and themes liberally into their movies.
More hands off directors typically don't get to be peoples favorites and typically aren't given very much public recognition.
The influence of a director might be overstated but their fingerprints really do wind up all over the production.
>James Gunn's The Venture Bros
>Robert Rodriguez presents The Powerpuff Girls
It would depend on if he treats it like his kid's fare (shit) or like his usual action output (pretty good, though with less flying and more camp).
>Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
It would probably just be a straight up adaptation of the image run.
Not enough Kubrick in this thread
Anyway, Kubrick makes a movie of Space Ghost Coast to Coast. I don't know