- Nov 14, 2007
Something was wrong with your mike. It needs to be fixed. Thanks for vid. Good as usual.
Ha ha now THAT makes a whole lot more sense. Tried getting an online clip after your comment and damned if it didn't take ages to find one that WB hadn't had pulled due to copyright! WTF!Srdjan Tanaskovic said:
Go check out Linkaras show "Atop The 4th Wall" review of Youngblood at www.thatguywiththeglasses.comPrimus1985 said:WTF what the hell is wrong with Youngblood? I own many Youngblood comics including the first five issues. I like the style, the grittiness, and compared to other titles of the time was a bit more mature.
Must be his whole "The 90's sucked" mindset. I'll grant you not a lot of good came out of the 90's but not everything that was from that decade sucked.
Too many people were expecting justification, but also the advertising went crazy trying to make it seem like some over-the-top badass game instead of a quick attempt to make sure those 12 years weren't a total loss.Arkynomicon said:The shock with Duke Nukem Forever is that people was curious about what could justify 12 years of development. Turns out there was nothing in it to justify 12 years of development.
Everything in the trailer is from the show though. There's nothing that is either from new scenes or features Laura Prepon. I think the production crew just had fun editing stuff together. I don't think the movie is actually happening. It's a lot tougher to get a movie made than to write a pretty generic crime thriller novel.TheSchaef said:I can't discount the possibility that it was a publicity stunt but there is this announcement on richardcastle.net:bojac6 said:I can't find anything on there being an actual movie coming out. Where did you hear that?
Which followed on from this trailer that showed at the previous Comic-Con:
Now it's entirely possible that the IRL stuff was just to promote a Laura Prepon guest spot on the show, but that seems a little TOO meta after publishing the books mentioned on the show and then showing this trailer.