'PHANTOM OF THE OPERA'
TO BE TURNED INTO TV SERIES
After the new series on the editor of Vogue magazine during WW2, Gaumont company has another interesting period set project for us: as
Deadline reports, they will turn THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA into TV series but it will be more faithful to the Gaston Leroux’s 1910 iconic novel than to the famous musical based on it. Anthony Horowitz is to pen and reimagine Leroux’s gothic story about a disfigured composer, who lives in the depths of the Paris Opera House and falls for singer Christine with tragic consequences. The below mentioned Gerard Butler starred as the phantom in the 2004 movie directed by recently deceased Joel Schumacher.
|The series is currently in very early stages|
GERARD BUTLER VS A COMET
He has saved the world from disasters or Persians a couple of times, but Gerard Butler will do it again in GREENLAND which just got its new
trailer and poster and is currently scheduled for August cinematic release if corona allows. The story follows a family that is fighting for survival as a planet killing comet races to Earth. John Garrity (Gerard Butler), his estranged wife Allison (Morena Baccarin) and young son Nathan must make a difficult journey to their only hope for safety from the destruction. Amid news accounts of cities around the world being levelled by fragments of the comet, the family sees the best and worst that humanity has to offer. As the countdown to global apocalypse speeds along, they must attempt a last-ditch effort to make a flight that will bring them to their only hope for safety.
|Greenland is currently set for August release|
As much as I love Gerard Butler, I can’t watch these types of movies. I find myself forgetting to breathe during it and then awake all night after it.ReplyDelete
They are really scary!Delete
I'm opposite Jax here. I do like these types of movies. Books too. Makes you think about how you'd fare in these types of situations. If Corona taught us anything, most humans will show their ugly sides faster than anything and it will truly be every man for himself at that point.ReplyDelete
They did it faster than we expected.Delete
I'd fare as dead. LOL Maybe that's why I don't like this genre too much. hahahaDelete
I hope I'd be one of the first ones wiped out. I'm not made for rough living.Delete
Maybe we'd all discover a cunning fox in us in such situations when survival instinct kicks in.Delete
If so, I'd be the lone wolf of the pack. People tend to get on my nerves as it is, so I'd try my luck at fending for myself if I did survive.Delete
Well, you could at least take Jason with you, geez.... I'd like a few firefighters with me in that situation.Delete
I might consider taking him, if he survived. His dumb ass would probably end up getting killed trying to save me though. Reminds me of the time he tried saving my $1 flip flop from floating down the river (which he saved) but lost his $100 sunglasses in the process lol.Delete
Oh, dear, serves him right for owning $100 glasses LOLDelete
The Phantom of the Opera? Inexhaustible subject, fingers crossed!ReplyDelete
Hope they cast some nice actors from your country :)Delete
Never liked Gerard Butler, still don't. 🤷♂️😏 Same with The Phantom of the Opera, just not my thing but hey, maybe it'll attract the right audience and it'll become a hit! 🙂ReplyDelete
But Scherzy sung in Phantom, she was probably the best ever actress singer in it :)Delete