NYCC 2012: New-Gen: Deadalus Rising Interview

#1 Posted by Trodorne (2500 posts) - - Show Bio

Im very interested to see this. especially with the aspect of Mark Hamil being in this movie. Ill definitely support this. I always love the idea when writers who do a comic already have a movie in their mind and draw out exactly how they see it in their mind. so it makes the translation from Comic to movie a bit easier. obviously there are going to be edits and changes but that happens.

good luck to them on the production and can't wait to see it. Good interview Sara

#2 Posted by SavageDragon (2252 posts) - - Show Bio

Hmm not familiar with any of the characters or story but hell, looks wild best of luck to them.

#3 Posted by hyenascar (194 posts) - - Show Bio

Never heard of it, but the empathetic side of me always roots for new projects. I'm giving a hardy golf clap to Sarah for bringing a light to people outside the NYCC to New Gen.

#4 Edited by Fantasgasmic (1033 posts) - - Show Bio

Between the the way the guy said "at the comic-con," him saying "I always thought it would be a movie," and "the comic is to launch the movie" and his bragging about the big (is $80 million big for a movie?) budget, I think this may not be for me.

Great interview though Babs, you hit all the major points, even if they missed on some of their answers.

#5 Posted by SimonM7 (107 posts) - - Show Bio

Th...those are the costumes? :O

I hope they are.. uh... lit differently in the film.. or something.

#6 Posted by RedheadedAtrocitus (6836 posts) - - Show Bio

I will admit I'm not too familiar about this but I am remotely interested now after watching this. Of course, they had me at Mark Hamill.

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