Hollywood has made many question movies. We need a movie that is based on Battleship or the Ouija movie, which will be getting a sequel. Things are getting weirder. In continuation of the rich tradition of making movies that are centered around toys Deadline reports that a live action Beyblades movie, starring the Beyblades, is in the making. Those little spinning tops that your younger cousins, siblings, and nieces use? friends’ kids Are you playing with? Yes, Paramount Pictures is leading that project.
This is the latest in a long list of toy-to movie adaptations. Apart from the Battleship and the first Ouija, we have already seen the Transformers movies, as well films for G.I. Joe, Bratz dolls (and Clue), Dungeons & Dragons (and Clue), and Care Bears are just a few of the many toys that Joe has been playing with. There are many other products where these came from and many more in the pipeline. A live-action Jem and the Holograms movie and an animated Angry Birds feature movie are both in the works, as we can see from the trailer.
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Mary Parent, from Distribution Entertainment, is a producer on the Beyblades movie. It may seem absurd, but I can already imagine how they might try and spin (pardon the pun) this into big-screen format. Each top can be customized, often tied to mythological beasts, and kids Drop them in an arena and watch them battle. It might be like Pokemon. The monsters will emerge out of their Beyblades and fight for their masters.
2.Hungry Hungry Hippos
This one sounds more funny than the others, though it’s not debatable. This one is far too real for comfort. According to The Guardian, Hasbro has confirmed that Hungry Hungry Hippos will be brought to life on the big screen in 2013. Emmet/Furla is producing this animated venture. However, no developments have been reported for a while. I’m not sure what to think about that.
3. Monster Trucks
Paramount is responsible for making Monsters Trucks a movie, in addition to Beyblades. Chris Wedge, who previously directed Ice Age, Epic, and Robots, will be directing the live-action, CGI animated film about Monsters Trucks. It is an original concept that centers around this product line.
4. Magic the Gathering
I’ll be brutally open with you: I was one. kids High school student who was in the closet… as an avid player of Magic: The Gathering. Fox is now planning to make a new fantasy epic out of this card game. This will allow geeks to take control of the world. Bryan Cogman will be writing the Magic movie, which will feature seven episodes from Game of Thrones. Simon Kinberg, who is a producer and writer for Fox’s Marvel film division (i.e. As a producer, Simon Kinberg is aboard.
5. Candy Land
The movie Candy Land might never be made due to a massive lawsuit. Amazing to me is the fact that it got to this point with Adam Sandler’s enthusiasm to star and produce the film. It’ll remain in the Molasses Swamp for ever, as it stands now.
Barbie is leaving the animated, straight-to DVD movie world and heading for Hollywood. The latest update about the Barbie live-action movie is that Diablo Cody (the Oscar-winning screenwriter behind Juno) is revising the script. Walter Parkes is a Barbie producer. “Diablo’s unconventionality is just what Barbie needs. It signals we’re going for a legitimately contemporary tone.”
7. Monster High
Mattel’s line-up of dolls with monster-inspired themes is coming to the big screen live action. The film is set for release October 17, 2016. It will be the story of a group teenagers who discover their true identities while trying to hide their Monster High identities. Hollywood is not ingenious, it should never be said.