Man, filming in 2014 for a movie that is supposed to be released in 2015 seems like a really tight schedule for something that will likely be as CG heavy as I'm sure Ep7 will be.
Don't worry. With Abrams at the helm, it's just a matter of dropping in the le--
Wait, what? Lens flare jokes have been prohibited at this site? DAMN!
Maybe they will show some restraint and cut back on the CG this time around.
If he "honors" it as much as he did 2009's New Coke Star Trek, we're ruined.
Chux, New Coke Trek with all those lens flares, adding CGI lens flares, bringing flashlights onto the set to point into the camera... this is supposed to be a starship, it's supposed to be a scientific and military endeavor where workstations are meant to be clear for the user to focus on and not distracting, nothing should be shining in everyone's eyes all the time, you wouldn't see that on the bridge of an aircraft carrier or a submarine, he just did it to be a showoff without any thought behind it. Thus he earns all the derision possible for that lens flares thing, and you make all the jokes you want for it.
Anyway, Abrams shouldn't bother moving to London unless he's going to direct all 3 films, especially with post production being done back here in California.
Originally Posted by JimJamBonds
He said for New Coke Trek that there were lens flares added in after-effects, despite what the video says. Other than that, very funny and educational (not to me, I already knew that stuff).
If you wondered where the "Tommy John" arm surgery came from (aside from that man and his arm himself), the doctor who pioneered it, Dr. Frank
I've never understood the demand for female Transformers. Yes, there are female fans. But these are robots. Gender implies sexual reproduction, which
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Don't know about the video game.
I re-watched all 6 SW movies over the past couple-weeks, in parts when I had time.
Different times, different movies are my favorite.
Transformers could be interesting:
1) Robotic life didn't begin as robotic life.
2) On another DYING organic planet, beings
I wasn't even aware he was ill. The Ohio collecting threads definitely won't be he same without him.
From some reviews I've seen online, it sounds like it's a great handful of episodes. I'm hoping to get through all 13 this weekend. I've sadly read
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Only 20 years later, eh? I really liked TekWar, and the shows were ok too, but it was never a universe I wanted to spend much more time in.