Not really a remake thing, but I like what they did with Game of Thrones... Well I like the concept of taking a large story like that and making it into a TV Series (In mini-series format) that tries to stay true to the story. I can't stand when they make movies based off of books and cut out 90% of the story to make it fit within their time limit. As for movie remakes I would like to see a remake of Last Starfighter, or Dark Crystal (but only if they use the Henson Creature shop puppets and don't use CG anywhere in the movie)
Once World War Z comes out, I'll be wanting it remade into a longer multipart story.
Originally Posted by Bashiok
Gonna have to agree with the robocop guys especially with today's technology shit would be insane as long as we get some good people working on it.
Claymore is Epic again, eat it priscilla fanboys.
1. Pirates of the Caribbean 4. On Stranger Tides
2. The Terminator 4
The Hobbit I wanna see made into a movie. And I know, that will happen.
Ender's Game. I hear there is a movie in the works, but I doubt they'll get it right :P
I'd like to see Star Wars 1 through III remade with quality acting and writing.
I'd like to see Snowcrash be made into a movie, though there is one premise of it that I'm sure they'd change.
I'd like to see Hollywood drop the idea of remaking Old Boy. You're going to do a terrible job, so just stop before you embarrass yourself.
Want an American version of Akira with Japanese actors. Also Star Blazers, though I liked the Japanese live action one. I don't think an American version would be any good.
The inheritance cycle are some of my favorite books, and Stefan Fangmeier and Fox just completely obliterated the story and replaced it with one corny 104 min. turd. I was completely disgusted lol.
Close second: Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief. It was like Eragon 2.0.
Dragonball, Tekken and Avatar. Please. While Avatar was at least somewhere near "ok", Dragonball and Tekken were complete, absolute crap.
Other than that, I don't like remakes that much. Very few of them are actually good, and I despise "englification", i.e. taking a foreign movie and remaking it with english actors. Why? Why can't you just watch with subtitles like the rest of the world? Your new versions suck anyway!
Originally Posted by Rugz
Peter F Hamilton books...but each book would need about 4 films I reckon
Either Avatar: The Last Airbender done right; or the live action Death Note redone as an anime film.