Is Global obligated to show NBC's watermark?
CBS doesn't show CTV's watermark during Flashpoint…
Idea: The Human Alien Project.
I haven't worked out the logistics, but sequester a newborn baby boy so that he grows up without any human interaction. He can only observe human behavior in films and books and on television and a restricted Internet.
Then, on his 18th birthday, release him into the world and document what happens.
Fox is releasing both Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li and Dragonball Evolution.
Double zero roulette.
Idea: A television adaptation of Marvel's What If…? comic book series.
Plenty of existing material to work with:
» What if Daredevil had lived in Feudal Japan?
» What if Iron Man sold out?
» What If Peter Parker was bitten by a radioactive sheep?
» What if Spider-Man was a murderer?
» What If Spider-Man had remained in 1980s Russia after an accidental death?
» What if Wolverine was lord of the vampires?
» What if Wolverine became The Punisher in the 1920s?
WHAT IF WOLVERINE BECAME A CRAZED VIGILANTE DURING PROHIBITION! Who wouldn't want to see that?
And this is merely what Marvel has published. Imagine the scenarios the writers of, say, Nip/Tuck could dream up.
» What if Captain America had lived in the American Civil War?
Idea: A dramatization of a contemporary American Civil War.
I secretly hope that America descends into civil war again. I think it'd be fun to align with a side and participate in combat in America as we know it.
Why is this not a video game? Call of Duty 5: Modern Civil Warfare.
May this energy shot arms race never end.
In 2003, I read about In Smog and Thunder, a mockumentary about a Californian civil war told through artwork.
I wish it was a live-action film.
I like Northern California's chances against Southern California in a civil war. I think the tale of the tape is fairly even.
They have a naval base; we have BART cops.
It's time to retire "Rain in Los Angeles is a big deal" as an observation.