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Offline Bigfootman

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The "Hardy Men" is still in development
« on: November 16, 2017, 09:44:37 PM »
"Jeremy Kramer will oversee the movie for Fox, if the deals go through. Franco and Kinberg have been developing Fox’s “The Hardy Men” as a potential starring vehicle for both James and Dave Franco, who would portray the grown-up versions of The Hardy Boys."
Was hoping this was cancelled. (The "Multiple Man" movie sounds terrible too)

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Re: The "Hardy Men" is still in development
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2017, 01:20:28 AM »
What happened to Ben Stiller and Tom Cruise?.......... Well, this thing has been talked about for at least a good decade now- yeah, hopefully it will eventually just be cancelled for good. I can't imagine anything good will come of it.
As to the X-Men movies planned- I'm definitely interested in the Dark Phoenix movie. New Mutants might make for an interesting one-off, though I'm not super familiar with this group nor do I care that much about them. Gambit might carry a movie by himself........but I honestly don't think he's nearly that popular of a character to do so. And a rather little known to the general public character like Multiple Man headlining a movie? I really don't see that happening.....
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Re: The "Hardy Men" is still in development
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2017, 09:55:17 AM »
More like 2 decades.  The first news came out around 2000, 17 years ago!
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