You know how sometimes something is really funny as a sketch, but the one-joke premise can't sustain a 90-minute movie? Really, you don't? Then we're forced to remind you about A Night at the Roxbury and Coneheads. And the X-Files movies haven't worked out so well, either.
Why the frak is Universal thinking of developing a new Battlestar Galactica movie that isn't based on the acclaimed reimagining by Ron Moore and Dave Eick?Universal has begun negotiations with Glen A. Larson to write and produce a big-screen version of the cheesetastic series he created in the 1970s, reports The Hollywood Reporter. Does this make sense, given that the new version is the one that's reignited excitement for the franchise? Or does the movie sound like an instant shark jump? Read more and weigh in after the jump.
If you're a sci-fi fan, chances are you saw the first X-Files feature movie, since The X-Files: Fight the Future was released at the height of the TV show's success. But did anyone see the second? Could lackluster box office and mixed reviews for The X-Files: I Want to Believe be an obstacle to future movie adaptations?
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