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Speaking of movies being made into TV shows

Yesterday, 10:49 PM


Syfy has ordered 12 episodes of a 12 Monkeys TV show, but it won’t just be the Terry Gilliam film stretched out over that many hours, reports Film Divider.
The site has reported on some of the pretty major changes that will mark Syfy’s new series as distinctly different. First of all, our time-traveling hero (played by Bruce Willis in the film and here by Aaron Stanford), is just an investigator, and doesn’t seem to have any personal baggage attached to returning to the past:

Our time travelling hero… doesn’t remember witnessing the death of a man, and any flashes or memories that he’s shown experiencing are simply of scenes from his undefined ‘home time’ in the future.

Cole’s responsibilities also seems to be bigger on the small screen. Instead of just being asked to get a sample of the original virus so maybe future scientists can create a cure, on the TV show he’s tasked with completely changing the future altogether:

He isn’t here to investigate, he’s here to change the future. And in a nice little twist, that echoes and will perhaps the film’s dreams of death, it’s established that if Cole does change the future and save the world, he’ll cease to exist.

Not only that, but he himself, with all his moving back and forth over time, may end up being part of the virus being created and spread in the first place:

…may be instrumental in creating the virus, with some help from a bacteria that he discovers in Cole’s blood. In this version, we’re being led to believe, Cole could actually be responsible for the outbreak by the virus of going back to try and stop it.



X-Men: Days of Future Past Official Trailer 3

Yesterday, 05:39 PM

I thought there was thread for this, but the search wouldn't let me search "x men"....lol so have another thread!





Damn kids make me feel old!

15 April 2014 - 09:29 PM

Fargo on FX

15 April 2014 - 01:18 PM



The Coen brothers are executive-producing the show and it’s set to run for 10 episodes.


And now the 1996 movie is the basis for a new FX series that debuts tonight. While the Coen brothers’ film centered on a car salesman (William H. Macy) who decides to make a fortune by having his wife kidnapped and keeping part of the reward for himself, the TV version of “Fargo” focuses on a man named Lester Nygaard, an insurance salesman. Billy Bob Thornton stars as a drifter named Lorne Malvo who, according to FX, “meets and forever changes the life of [Lester].”



Who will be watching?

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