Yes, and the internet also hated Sonic the Hedgehog so much that Sony pulled it and delayed the release date to next year so that Sonic could be completely redesigned and reanimated.
See the difference about that is that Sonic has been a mess for the last 20 years in every respect. I wouldn't have been shocked if they planned on moving the date before they even put out the trailer. It's like the act of working on a Sonic Project
CATS Film Adaptation Thread Jul 17
2019, 01:17:32 PM
I've... Been talking **** about this movie from the jump, but if it can offer on what this promo is selling then I'll eat my hat.
If it is anything resembling that trash Cruise ship production I'm burning the theatre to the ground.
The IN THE HEIGHTS Film Adaptation Thread Apr 15
2019, 07:25:00 PM
She's actually age appropriate for the role now and her skills are unmatched. Olga is going to hit it out of the park. I can't wait for a fully backed Paciencia Y Fe.
I mean... I'm all for people denouncing the production due to her comments, but... like Alice Walker was outted as an Anti-Semite a few months ago... if you're going to denounce it for this you really should have already denounced it for that...
DigificWriter said: "I'm going to reiterate what I said earlier: a rock band does not go out and find a replacement lead singer "just in case" something happens to their regular frontman on the first night of a 2-night show, even if said second night is going to be preserved for release.
Well let me know when theatre is a rock band and I'll take your comparison into consideration. Theatre does plan. Do you know why? Because **** like thi
DigificWriter said:FOX made the decision they made, andit's not anyone's place to say what they * should * have done."
I can very easily say what they should have done. Even if they decided they couldn't of done it live, they should have spent the ENTIRE day Sunday polishing what they did have and rerecorded what they needed to. That Valentina's Today 4 U sounded like THAT for something that was not live was unacceptable. They denied her a second take that
It's kind of easy to critique the taping of a live event. Pointless, but easy.
But for the most part it wasn't actually filmed live. It was mostly filmed on a closed filming day a couple weeks prior to closing with only a few wide shots & the finale with the original cast being from the final performance.
but It be interesting to see some of the musicals they have made based of the Anime/manga their to make it to broadway.
Those tend to not be very good... and done on the very cheap comparatively to what their source would require. They're not exactly Broadway caliber in terms of design and the stories they're telling aren't really meaty enough to excuse a lacking production design.
They have to be holding something back for the Broadway opening right!? There's no way they were going to give us everything they had in Denver when they are headed to NYC in a matter of months.
That is not what an out of town try out is for and for a company with as deep of pockets as Disney it should NEVER be. They're not putting it up early in Denver as a sneak peek for those in Denver, they're doing it to test what does and does not work. Both art
I don't understand the insistence on doing these things live when they don't even film them with an air of theatricality. All you have is a cast running between sets with all of the missed cues and cuts too early. If you're going to film it like a movie, then just let it be a TV movie. For the love of god. Personally, I think The Wiz is the one that pulled off the live musical the best because it was literally a stage musical filmed.