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  • in reply to: Red Dwarf, Let it Lie and Move on #124259
    will_burns
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    Some people have talked of a TV special to “wrap it up” or “tie up loose ends”. The impression I’ve got (not sure where from – maybe I’m wrong about this) is that the movie wasn’t supposed to do this. Given that it’s for a general audience, the plot would establish the whole set-up – so be a separate entity from the TV series. If that’s right, wouldn’t it be odd to convert the screenplay for TV? I think we’re more likely to see an audio book or something like that.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf, Let it Lie and Move on #124193
    will_burns
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    “What do you mean ?suppose??”

    Assume for the sake of argument.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf, Let it Lie and Move on #124090
    will_burns
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    Suppose a lot of time elapses and it becomes obvious that a movie won’t be made. What should become of the screenplay? Someone suggested releasing it on its own. That would be an exciting piece of merchandising – but could something more be done? How about a cheap anamation – Chris Barrie could do the voices. Or a comic?

    in reply to: Went to see Norman Lovett last night… #123284
    will_burns
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    Hadn’t noticed that – obviously it’s something which obsesses him. I get the impression that he’s not very popular on this site, perhaps because of what he’s said about the movie. He’s a grumpy sod but (I hate to say it) I think he has a point when he says the time has passed.

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