Time for another Dredd or Blade Runner film?

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There were three sequels By K.W. Jeter. I have them and found them enjoyable enough, but I didn’t think we’re anything special.

As far as another film goes, I’d like to see something set on the off world colonies.
 
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Hm, I wonder what Andrew Lloyd Weber could do with Blade Runner or Judge Dredd :unsure:
 

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Wreck both of them I suspect.
A Phantom of the Opera themed Judge Dreed musical could fun He would still wearing his helmet.

Ot a Westside Story themed Blade Runner film

And for the record Vince , I am kidding. :D
 

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No worries Vince , ive been called far worse things. :D

Seriousl,y I would love to see both of the franchises do additional films. :cool:
As would I. I have high hopes for the Mega-City One series and perhaps the upcoming Blade Runner: Black Lotus will spur some more development in that direction.
 

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As would I. I have high hopes for the Mega-City One series and perhaps the upcoming Blade Runner: Black Lotus will spur some more development in that direction.

You know what I would love to see ? A film adaptation of Batman/ Judge Dredd . Judgment in Gotham. It was a really good graphics novel . It would work very nicely as a film. :cool:
 

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You know what I would love to see ? A film adaptation of Batman/ Judge Dredd . Judgment in Gotham. It was a really good graphics novel . It would work very nicely as a film. :cool:
It was indeed. It would also have greater appeal to a U.S. audience.
 

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It was indeed. It would also have greater appeal to a U.S. audience.
You would want to have the people that did the graphic novel do the the story and script . As for director , I wouldn't either Christopher Nolan or Bryan Singer . I think neither of them would get it right. My choices

James Gunn
Alex Proyas
John McTiernan
Joe Johnston
 
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