26 juillet 2016

A Carson of Venus movie in the works !

Thanks to a poster named Nerdvana, we learned the great news announced during the ERB Inc Comic Con panel this year: a movie could be produced out of the Edgar Rice Burroughs novels starring his hero Carson Napier. There are four novels, and a short story (even if the fourth novel is composed in fact of four short stories). The movie would adapt the first two, Pirates of Venus and Lost on Venus, which form indeed a whole story. The producers are Harry Kloor and Matthew Rhodes. The treatment is written and the... [Lire la suite]
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07 juillet 2016

#LegendofTarzan Review of a great movie, an unexpected rebirth!

The last live-action Tarzan movie was released in 1998, and the least that can be said about it is that it didn’t make a lasting impression. In that regard it’s odd to see that both “Tarzan and the Lost City” and “The Legend of Tarzan” share many similarities! Both begin in London where Tarzan leads a gentrified life as John Clayton the Third. Particular circumstances lead him back to Africa, where he has to deal with a chief mercenary whose men are in love with their Gatling machinegun… So, what makes the difference in this new and... [Lire la suite]
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05 juillet 2016

#LegendofTarzan Tarzan racist and colonialist? NO!

It seems that some critics have taken upon themselves to embark on a holy mission: keeping you away from The Legend of Tarzan by any means possible, so that you won’t be exposed to this archetypal symbol of racism and colonialism. Because, of course, you’re too stupid to form your own opinion. First thing first, my profound belief is that it’s completely stupid to apply real-world reasoning to imaginary tales. Tarzan doesn’t exist for real, no more so than Popeye or Superman. If you think about it for a minute, le very concept of... [Lire la suite]
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