Would "30th Century: Escape" work as a film?

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Re: Would "30th Century: Escape" work as a film?

Post by Adesko » 24 Nov 2017, 02:36

Yes it is. And am looking forward to see all those act in action

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Post by BoyLazy » 24 Nov 2017, 07:55

Adesko wrote:Yes it is. And am looking forward to see all those act in action
Great.. do you have any favs for the actors?
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Post by powergirl » 25 Nov 2017, 00:50

Of course this book would work as a film of action.Because there are many actions at the beginning of the story .
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Post by Christina Rose » 27 Nov 2017, 04:12

powergirl wrote:Of course this book would work as a film of action.Because there are many actions at the beginning of the story .
I don’t know if there is enough action in the beginning of the story, but it could definitely be expanded for film.

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Post by Reviewer Book » 27 Nov 2017, 10:58

A movie could be interesting if the science fiction part takes more presidence
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Post by Christina Rose » 27 Nov 2017, 18:42

Reviewer Book wrote:A movie could be interesting if the science fiction part takes more presidence
I’d have to agree with you on this. It kind of took a backseat in the book.

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Post by Reviewer Book » 27 Nov 2017, 18:43

Yes, it really did
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Post by TWalt » 28 Nov 2017, 00:14

This plot definitely needs work before it can succeed as a film.

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Post by Christina Rose » 29 Nov 2017, 11:10

TWalt wrote:
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This plot definitely needs work before it can succeed as a film.
I agree. It might be more feasible to consider a movie once the series is complete, and the plot concluded.

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Post by n-dai che » 29 Nov 2017, 19:30

I guess that it will work as a film, then I will see the saving of the Dolphin. Cool!

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Post by Christina Rose » 30 Nov 2017, 00:42

pricessbianca28 wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 19:30
I guess that it will work as a film, then I will see the saving of the Dolphin. Cool!
That seems to be a favorite of most readers! :)

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Post by Matt D Prinne » 30 Nov 2017, 08:01

Yes I think it would work as a film.

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Post by ReyvrexQuestor Reyes » 01 Dec 2017, 11:39

If this book will be made into a film, the resulting product would be interesting. But this will be a high-budget film due to the props. The scene will use specialized backdrops, ideal for the episode at hand. Not much expense for the sex scenes because you needed only bedroom items, but for most of the action, special gadgets will have to be devised. And maybe, the production team of the film outfit may have to resort to excessive animation.
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Post by Momiji1987 » 06 Dec 2017, 19:23

It has promise with the exotic world and everything, but like others have noted, explicit scenes would need to be reworked to reach the maximum audience.

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Post by Bancroft » 06 Dec 2017, 21:32

Film will be made on this but the problem is that no one is going to watch it. It is not going to be a family film.
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