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Ron Howard takes on yet another project with 364

09.09.2011
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I understand that THE DARK TOWER film and TV series falling apart leaves Ron Howard with a lot of time on his hands, but the man is scooping up more projects than he can possibly get to at this point.

He's been attached to UNDER THE BANNER OF HEAVEN and SPY VS. SPY, and his most likely next effort will be the already cast F1 racing drama RUSH.

But that's just not enough, and Howard is now said to be working on 364, a film based on an original script from David Guggenheim about a man that has superpowers, but for only one day a year. 

The film is said to be a drama, and no word on if it will have comedic elements the way similar "everyman" superhero projects have had recently like KICK-ASS and SUPER. Lord knows we're running low on worthwhile superheroes at this point for movies, so it probably can't hurt to start making up new ones.

Do you think Howard is taking on too much? What should he get to first?

Extra Tidbit: At least he said no to THE LOST SYMBOL.
Source: Deadline

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5:45AM on 09/11/2011

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Mormons are so interesting and he does better with real life. I don't care for his fantasy stuff.
Mormons are so interesting and he does better with real life. I don't care for his fantasy stuff.
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8:39PM on 09/10/2011
Go for 364. Make a good movie NOT based a book. In fact, leave the books alone for awhile, man.
Go for 364. Make a good movie NOT based a book. In fact, leave the books alone for awhile, man.
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3:00PM on 09/09/2011

P.M.S. Avenger...I only work four days a month. Is there a problem with that?

There are still a lot of heroes left. Some that actually NEED a reboot. (I'm looking @ you Daredevil!)

The Flash (awesome, yet cheesy early-90's CBS series aside), Wonder Woman (recently axed NBC pilot aside), Green Arrow (pulled off pretty good in Smallville) & Aquaman (Entourage aside) are the only 1st-tier DC heroes I can think of. There are HUNDREDS more that have dozens of fans waiting to see them, but I can kind of see why the studios may be a little hesitant to move forward on a
There are still a lot of heroes left. Some that actually NEED a reboot. (I'm looking @ you Daredevil!)

The Flash (awesome, yet cheesy early-90's CBS series aside), Wonder Woman (recently axed NBC pilot aside), Green Arrow (pulled off pretty good in Smallville) & Aquaman (Entourage aside) are the only 1st-tier DC heroes I can think of. There are HUNDREDS more that have dozens of fans waiting to see them, but I can kind of see why the studios may be a little hesitant to move forward on a hero w/ (how the studio exec's view it) "not having as big a fan-base as Iron [link] etc."

And Galactus knows all of us comic fans are waiting for a 100% bad-ass, true-to-form adaptations of Deadpool, Silver Surfer &, of course, Daredevil!
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4:31PM on 09/09/2011
Dozens of fans, you say. Wow, I have no idea why Hollywood hasn't spent millions of dollars on film to make those dozens of people happy.
Dozens of fans, you say. Wow, I have no idea why Hollywood hasn't spent millions of dollars on film to make those dozens of people happy.
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1:30PM on 09/09/2011
"Lord knows we're running low on worthwhile superheroes at this point for movies"

Clearly, you're not a golfer. How about Invincible, Animal Man, The Flash, Moon Knight, Luke Cage, Dr. Strange, Green Arrow, The Authority, Iron Fist, Black Panther, etc? Just to name a few.

There are plenty more superheroes deserving of movie adaptations...we're no where near running out.
"Lord knows we're running low on worthwhile superheroes at this point for movies"

Clearly, you're not a golfer. How about Invincible, Animal Man, The Flash, Moon Knight, Luke Cage, Dr. Strange, Green Arrow, The Authority, Iron Fist, Black Panther, etc? Just to name a few.

There are plenty more superheroes deserving of movie adaptations...we're no where near running out.
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