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Next up is Eclipse, a track that Christopher Lawrence has been hammering in his sets of late and for good reason. Grant used his own pet dog called "Lady" as an inspiration. Grant and several other Disney artists worked on various proposed scripts for the film for the rest of the s and s, but all versions were rejected by Walt Disney himself who thought their stories lacked in action and their protagonist was too sweet.
After 12 years of working on a never-finished script, Grant left the Disney studio in Other storymen continued where Grant left off, and the script was completed in The animation department worked on the film for two yearsand production again faced unexpected delays. Among other things animator, Frank Thomas insisted that a romantic scene he put much effort in with Lady and the Tramp eating spaghetti had to be kept, and repeatedly argued with Walt Disney who wanted the scene cut.
And the film's initial background artist Mary Blair quit early Pollutive Static - : Kiki Stepped Forward : (File production, in order to start a new career as a book illustrator. A replacement had to be found and backgrounds remade in a new style. Alice in Wonderland spent almost 20 years in development hell. Walt Disney reportedly conceived of the idea of making his first animated feature film inand that film was supposed to be Alice. He purchased the rights to John Tenniel's illustrations of the story and even had an actress in mind to hire.
But then he found out that Paramount Pictures was working on an Alice film and discontinued the project. Alice was replaced in the production schedule with a feature film about Snow White. Disney revived the Alice project in and discontinued it again inthis time over concerns with the budget. Disney revived the Alice project again inbut delays in the scriptwriting process, redesigns of the characters and animations, and the studio's focus on higher-priority films kept it unfinished until Uglydolls was announced in as a planned film based on the toys of the same name for Illumination Entertainment.
After nothing for four years, init was announced as STX Entertainment's first animated movie, yet still kept dark. Later, in MarchRobert Rodriguez was announced as director for the film, only to later be replaced by Kelly Asbury. The movie eventually was solidified with an official May release date, eight years after its announcement. Filmation started working on Journey Back to Oz aroundbut due to the funding running out they were forced to put it aside, with the studio becoming busy producing Saturday Morning shows.
Eventually, in the early s, they finally received enough funds to finish the film. It premiered ina whole decade after it entered production. The Haunted World of El Superbeasto was supposed to come out in May but it was released only two years later when Rob Zombie completed his other commitments. However, the film ends with a Sequel Hook which may or may not be a joke; if it isn't, it counts as development hell, since nothing materialized after that one movie.
Films — Live-Action. AVP: Alien vs. Predator is probably the most famous film case of development hell. It was finally released in after more than a decade of different scripts, changes to the cast, false starts, orphaned tie-ins, several series of video games, and even promotions of the believed-to-be-coming-soon movie. Freddy vs. Jason : If AVP is the most famous case, this is likely the second most famous, as the film was also famously mired in development hell for years; originally, the studios who owned the two franchises involved with the titular crossover had wanted to make it for years, but could never agree on how to make it each studio wanted to license out the other's character and do the film their way.
When New Line Cinema bought the rights to the Friday the 13th franchise, the film stayed in development hell as New Line went through numerous screenwriters and even more script ideas The film was finally released inand ended up making more money than any other film in either of the parent franchises. The story of the film's stay in Development Hell—and the numerous script ideas that came before the final script—is a bonus feature on the movie's DVD. The X-Files: I Want to Believe suffered a similar ordeal but in a smaller scale and shorter time period.
Two decades later, Hughes would take seven years to complete a similar film, Jet Pilot. The fifth film in the Superman franchise was stuck in pre-production for nearly two decades. The first part of this was mostly the producers wanting to distance themselves from the failure of Superman IV: The Quest for Peacewhile the latter half was due to Executive Meddling driving director after director after director away from the project. Its proposed sequel similarly became mired in development hell, after Superman Returns ' lackluster performance at the box office caused a sequel to be put on the back burner, and Bryan Singer abandoned the project to direct Valkyrie instead.
The latter two were responsible for the successful reboot of the Batman franchise, incidentally After several film treatments, Sam Hamm wrote an almost entirely new script, Michael Keaton was cast in the title role, and overall three years would pass before Batman was finally released in Tolkien 's death in Although scripts were intermittently under development and two animated adaptations made it to the screen despite their own development hellsthe conventional wisdom was that the trilogy as written was unfilmable due to its sheer length and complexity.
Studios were extremely reluctant to green-light scripts that would obligate them to more than one film. Even one-film scripts adapted almost beyond recognition came with 3-hour running times, well beyond what studios believed moviegoers would be willing to sit through.
It wasn't until that Miramax gave Peter Jackson permission to move forward on a 5-hour, 2-movie script. Bywith shooting not even started, the studio had lost confidence and Jackson had to shop the script around again.
New Line not only picked it up but also approved the third film, bringing the total running time to 7 hours. Jackson and his writing team, Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens had to completely revamp the script during shooting to meet the new parameters.
The first film was not released until28 years after the film rights were sold The Hobbit had to resolve some serious legal issues before it could be green-lit, delaying production until despite the fact that Jackson had been seeking an adaptation since The film then suffered creative control problems — such as the studio's refusal to film in New Zealand the location for the LOTR films — which caused then-director Guillermo del Toro to leave the project.
Fortunately, Peter Jackson managed to retake control as both director and producer and the first of three Hobbit films came out in December The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy was announced inbut filming did not begin untiltwo years after series creator Douglas Adams died from a sudden heart attack. Adams said of his experience trying to get the film made, "Getting a movie made in Hollywood is like trying to grill a steak by having a succession of people coming into the room and breathing on it.
Watchmen and V for Vendetta were both announced as films in the mids and were mired in development hell well into the s, due to budgetary concerns, the difficulty of finding suitable directors, and Alan Moore's complete unwillingness to participate in adaptations of his graphic novels. V for Vendetta eventually saw release inand Watchmen was released in Both these films seem to have come to fruition due mainly to the enormous clout of The Wachowskis and Zack Snyder.
As ofhe was still working on the script, but in late it began shooting and was released in August A fourth Jurassic Park was initially intended to begin production in for a summer release, but soon entered development hell. The producers even considered pulling the plug once the original author Michael Crichton died in Then inSpielberg confirmed the fourth movie was on the way, and in the eventual director of Jurassic World was hired.
The film was eventually released in Junebeing as much of a box Pollutive Static - : Kiki Stepped Forward : (File behemoth as the original. The Speed Racer live-action film was first announced in Four directors later and through many casting, studio, and writer changes, the film was released in May The film Supernova not to be confused with any of the many other films with that title was in development for 12 years and cost an estimated 60 million dollars.
Although the theatrical version runs only 87 minutes the director's cut is 91reportedly several hours of completed footage exists, much of it self-contradictory due to changes made to the script during the filming stage. Both Francis Ford Coppola and H. Giger were involved at one point.
In a unique example of development hell continuing into post-production, the film Exorcist: The Beginning had completed filming and was having some final SFX work done when the studio fired director Paul Schrader and replaced him with Renny Harlinwho recast almost all of the supporting characters, changed the context of the scenes he didn't have reshot, and completely rewrote the film's climax. After Harlin's film bombed, Schrader was allowed to finish his version with a very limited special effects budget, and it received a theatrical release under the title Dominion: Prequel To The Exorcistand did a little better critically due to a limited release, the gross was even shorter.
It filmed as a reboot in with Steve Martinbut wasn't released until earlylargely due to a studio merger in the interim. There was also some editing done, in order to re-cast it as a family-friendly comedy rather than the more ribald, raunchy film of its original iteration. Peter Sellers read Being There circa and immediately visualized a film adaptation he could play the lead role of Chance the Gardener in; it didn't come to pass until he had to rebuild his box-office clout, for one thing.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. It took a long time before Lucas, Spielberg and Ford agreed on a script - and thus the Trilogy Creep came 19 years after Indiana Jones and the Last Crusadewith a fifth film scheduled for After some story rewrites, it was finally released in The film of Richard Matheson 's short story Button, Button became the Chinese Democracy of the film world during its nearly four decades in development hell though it saw a TV adaptation for the s Twilight Zone in the meantime.
It would eventually be released in as The Box. Dead Airwhich had been pushed back twice. It eventually got released. A live-action Dragon Ball movie was announced inbut didn't get out until as Dragonball Evolution. For some unknown reason, there was a year gap between the fourth St.
Trinian's movie The Great St. Trinian's But there's no mystery why there was a year gap between Wildcats and the sixth St. Trinian's; Wildcats was reportedly so dire that it's the only one not available on DVD. Carl Sagan wrote the page film script for Contact in When it went to Development Hellhe just made a book out MP3) it. The film was finally released in Although it eventually got a release in the wake of Doom 3the Doom movie first began its life as a rumor shortly after the runaway success of the first gameand then a flurry of studio developments, press releases and wild fan rumors after Doom 2 proved even more successful.
At one point, according to the storiesTerry Gilliam was interested in directing, and Arnold Schwarzenegger would have starred as the space marine, but then it sank back into development hell for another decade. The Terminator franchise post- T2 : Terminator 3: Rise of the Machineshelped by the collapse of Carolcocomplicating an already complex rights ownership situation. Rights bought inSchwarzenegger hired inthe movie came out two years later.
Terminator Salvationwhich also burned in said Development Hell during its production as well. There were seven writers of the script when you include Jonathan Nolan and the two guys who actually did the original script, and the ending was fundamentally altered after test audiences reacted negatively.
Terminator Genisyshelped by Salvation 's production company going bankrupt. The hedge fund they owed money to became the rights holders before selling them to Megan Ellison's Annapurna Films in Ellison's brother David and others from his Skydance Productions agreed to co-produce the film, which came out three years later.
Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day : Inthe film rights for the novel were bought, and production was about to begin when World War II started, throwing everything into a spin. The movie was shelved. They tried again inbut nothing came of it. The movie finally was released in Nearly seven decades after the movie rights were purchased. A sequel is now in the works. Let's see how long the development period will be on that one. The deal fell apart when Cameron went to work on Spider-ManCarolco went bankrupt, and the film rights reverted to Marvel Studios.
In DecemberMarvel discussed selling the property to Columbia Pictures to no avail. The film went through a number of scripts and actor and director changes and was eventually released in Julystarting a long-running film series and spawning a reemergence of superhero films.
A Spider-Man film was released inafter the filming rights jumped through several companies for 20 years: Cannon Filmswhich almost made a low-budget flick in the vein of Superman IV ; Carolco Pictureswhich even considered a screenplay by James Cameron before suffering financial and legal troubles; and MGMwhich traded the rights with Columbia for the rights to Casino Royale.
The fourth Spider-Man film went through this later on, to the point where Columbia and director Sam Raimi ended up canceling the project altogether in earlywith Raimi announcing that he could not meet the May release date. At the same time, Columbia announced a reboot was to begin development shortly, and The Amazing Spider-Man was released in July Hulk : Development began in the s, but the film was not released until The film then went through several changes in studios, writers and directors for more than a decade until when Marvel Studios reacquired the rights and put the film in production as their first independent feature.
The film finally released on May 2,to great success. Thor : Sam Raimi originally envisioned making a Thor movie after Darkman. He met Stan Lee and pitched the concept to 20th Century Fox, but they did not understand it.
The project was abandoned for a while, but the success of X-Men in helped it gain some momentum. The film went through several writers, directors, and studios before the rights went back to Marvel inwho finally produced the film and released it in May Yet another Marvel property, Captain Americaalso languished in development hell as far back as In MayMarvel teamed with Artisan Entertainment to help finance the film.
However, a lawsuit arose between Marvel Comics and Joe Simon over the ownership of Captain America copyrights, disrupting the development process of the film.
The lawsuit was eventually settled in September The rights were later acquired by Marvel in who were planning to independently produce several films with Paramount Pictures distributing, and the film finally saw release on July 22, A Doctor Strange film has been considered for three decades, with big names like Neil Gaiman and Guillermo del Toro attached.
An adaptation of sorts did get off the ground under Full Moon Features, but hastily became a Captain Ersatz product when they lost the rights, becoming Doctor Mordrid. But as soon as the MCU started up properly, production streamed through from onward's and a movie of the Sorcerer Supreme was done as part of Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and directed by Scott Derricksonhitting theaters in late Wesley Snipes began campaigning for a Black Panther film inand even Pollutive Static - : Kiki Stepped Forward : (File he was cast to play the title character in the popular Blade Trilogythe project was still in various stages of production throughout most of the '90s and the Turn of the Millennium.
Avi Arad MP3) a Black Panther movie as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe way back inbut nothing came of it until latewhen Marvel officially confirmed that a Black Panther movie starring Chadwick Boseman is in the works for as part of the MCU's Phase 3. Like the Wonder Woman example above, Marvel first introduced the character in another movie Captain America: Civil War before spinning him off into his own film in A Black Widow film was first considered when Lionsgate commissioned a script from David Hayter back in before dropping the project, and once Scarlett Johansson became the MCU's Natasha Romanoff inKevin Feige and Marvel were soon discussing making a solo movie.
The movie finally got announced in Julywith Jac Schaeffer tapped to write and Cate Shortland as director. Filming eventually started in earlyand the movie was ultimately madebut ended up being one of the many projects screwed by the COVID Pandemic hitting less than two months before its original scheduled debut, forcing three delays. The movie finally hit theaters and streaming in July Attempts to get the ball rolling on a Shang-Chi movie date back to the s, when Stan Lee reportedly met with Brandon Lee about possibly playing the character.
The resultant movie, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Ringswould finally be released inwith Simu Liu starring in the title role. Kelley to Joss Whedon attached at various points. In OctoberWB finally announced that a Wonder Woman movie was in the works, which opened to great success in Additionally, the character first made her film debut in 's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justiceportrayed by Gal Gadot.
The previously planned Justice League film a serious case of What Could Have Been petered out after a year in development. Inpre-production got underway, with many major names attached to star in the film including Adam Brody as The Flash, Common as Green Lantern John Stewart, and Michael Gough as Alfred [reprising his role from the '90s Batman franchise]. Numerous problems happened during pre-production the film's costume designer passed away, a Hollywood writer's strike derailed the script development and there were rumors that director George Miller had been canned from the project.
Finally, the film was delayed less than a month before it began shooting and become effectively moribund. Then, with the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universespecifically The Avengersthe studio began again to make the film happen, with rumors of releasing Man of Steel first leading into an Avengers -like team-up of BatmanGreen LanternWonder Woman and The Flash.
The Justice League film was then released inafter a Troubled Production that led to Joss Whedon taking over directing duties from Zack Snyder from both Man of Steel and the sequel to retool the movie. It resulted in mixed-to-negative reviews and a Box Office Bomb. Due to fan pressurea version of the film that closer to what Snyder and writer Chris Terrio intended, Zack Snyder's Justice Leaguewas eventually released inand was much better received.
The Flash movie has a long and storied history: Blade: Trinity director David Goyer was hired to write and direct The Flash in due to the studio liking his screenplay for Batman Beginswith Goyer claiming Ryan Reynolds was his choice to play Wally West. However, Goyer left the project in due to creative differences, and Shawn Levy was initially tapped as his replacement before leaving due to scheduling conflicts with the Night at the Museum sequel.
A new Flash film, this time conceived as a Spin-Off of George Miller 's Justice League: Mortal with Dave Dobkin directing, was announced inonly to fall apart due to the Writers Guild strike, as well as Mortal failing to materialize. Geoff Johns wrote a Flash film treatment for producer Charles Roven inbut again, nothing ultimately came of this.
Greg BerlantiMichael Green, and Marc Guggenheim were hired to write a Flash screenplay in latebut the failure of their Green Lantern movie the following year forced WB to rethink it's plans for future DC movies. Pollutive Static - : Kiki Stepped Forward : (File the studio decided on creating its own shared universe due to the success of the MCU, The Flash was said to be in the works for a tentative release, and was officially announced with a March release date in latewith Ezra Miller tapped to star as the title character.
The movie subsequently went through a tumultuous turnover of directors and writers regarding the direction of the film and the change in the franchise's plans after Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice opened to negative reviews and underperformed at the box office.
Seth Grahame-Smith writer of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies was originally hired as the director before being replaced by Rick Famuyiwa director of Dopewho later dropped out over creative differences, leading to Warner Bros. However, production was repeatedly delayed due to Miller's commitment to the Fantastic Beasts series. Furthermore, Miller's dissatisfaction with the Lighter and Softer approach by Daley and Goldstein led to him rewriting the script with aid of Grant Morrison to make it Darker and Edgier.
Daley and Goldstein would later drop out with Andy Muschietti of It fame signing on to direct in July while the studio rejected Miller's rewrite and instead hired Christina Hodson Birds of Prey to draft a new script.
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