Una Mullally

Society, life and culture on the edge

Unmade Movies

Check out these yet to be realised films.

Wed, Oct 16, 2013, 09:55


Total Film has a great list of 50 films that have yet to be made (via @eoghans).

Everyone who makes films always talks about how they’re 10% the creative part, and 90& hustling. So it’s no surprise that some great concepts have yet to be made, even by experienced and well-known directors at the helm, like Francis Ford Coppola’s ‘Megalopolis’, the sequel to ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’, the movie version of ‘Halo’, the real ‘Spiderman 4′ not just the remake of a film a few years old, Kubrick’s ‘Napoleon,’ and loads more. It’s worth noting that there are hardly any female-led films on this list.

If yet to be made films are your thing, then you’re probably already immersed in The Black List, a screenplay depository that is accessed by industry professionals. Then there’s their annual list which is, bluntly, a list of the best yet-to-be produced screenplays aggregated by industry buzz, how well liked they are by the money guys and public reaction. You can also follow them on Twitter.

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