^IT’S ALREADY CAPSLOCKED FOR ME OMG I HAVE A NEED (THEY HAVE A LADIES’ CUT TOO OMG)
If I had the money, it would all be mine in a heartbeat.
What we need to do is pool our resources and buy all of this stuff from whoever has it currently and then make a museum out of it. Supervised touching of everything is allowed provided you wash your hands first.
Remake! Remake! Remake! (ﾉ´ヮ´)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧
I’m ignoring movie!QOTD bc of reasons We can’t have a real sequel bc movie!IWTV ended w/ Lestat *riding off into the sunrise* w/ Daniel and that’s very not canon. It would be hard to wrangle the story back to canon, or harder to alter canon to allow for that ship (Lestat says he’s gonna give Daniel the Choice, pretty obviously setting it up that Lestat will turn him, and then where would that leave Armand in QOTD? Fledglingless!).
Plus, all the original actors are too old for their original roles, sadly. At one time, Tom Cruise was trying to get the rights (or had them?) for TOBT which I assume he planned to star in. All the gay backlash at the time probably helped kill that project ;A;
((BTW I wouldn’t mind casting them in other roles if they wanted it… Tom could play the Marquis de Lioncourt now…))
It’s crazy but I would love an animated feature… and then we could have the original voices back…
We could restart in IWTV:
Or we could start it in TVL and go in chronological order:
^Both by @garama . (This scene with Lestat and Armand (or is that Nicki?) didn’t happen in canon but I feel like we could scoot some silliness in there) These looks like stills from an animated feature, don’t they??! As for the original voices: Tom definitely. In fact why hasn’t he done animated voicework? It’s a crime that he hasn’t. Brad, well, I didn’t love him in his animated features (Sinbad, Megamind), so I won’t argue recasting Louis.
Someone asked me for my ultimate casting choices for a live-action VC movie awhile back and I haven’t gotten a chance to answer properly. In the meantime, you might have fun browsing my #vc casting tag ;]
Shakespeare’s Othello | Starring Omar Sy, Lea Seydoux, Gaspard Ulliel, Clemence Poesy, and Romain Duris.
Shakespeare’s tragedy set in contemporary Paris in the world of old money and the elite, a world made up of champagne, fast cars, and lavish parties. Self-made man Othello (Sy), has recently eloped with the breathtaking Desdemona (Seydoux), after bringing himself up from the Paris slums to become the founder of his own company. Although Othello and Desdemona’s love is passionate and genuine, it is not accepted by all: Desdemona’s CEO father is furious that Othello has allegedly seduced his daughter, and Roderigo, a wealthy bank owner and a possible husband for Desdemona, is angered that the “new money” Othello has stolen her from him. Othello takes the somewhat inexperienced Michael Cassio (Duris) as his new business partner, angering Iago (Ulliel) who believes that he deserves the job over Cassio. When Othello must go to Montparnasse for business, Desdemona goes with him, as well as Cassio, Iago, and Iago’s wife Emilia (Poesy). What no one knows is that Iago has plans to destroy Othello’s marriage and his business, bringing down everyone in the process.