People didn’t carry around cameras then, let alone camcorders. And there was little reason for Universal to archive any of it since it would just take up space.Eh, that's a shame. Any footage or pics I can get of that era of HHN would be like striking gold. It sucks it's virtually impossible to find.
I'm honestly just surprised they're acknowledging that that era exists at all, seems like theyve been trying to bury basically anything pre-2006 for the longest time now.Eh, that's a shame. Any footage or pics I can get of that era of HHN would be like striking gold. It sucks it's virtually impossible to find.
Most likely. I assume WB would be reasonable enough to not say "you cant have Beetlejuice anymore because it didnt open in hollywood" when it would have been illegal for them to do so. I'm gonna bet that whatever deal allowed them to keep BJ for orlando allowed it to be retained for hollywood too. Its really weird to me that that kind of thing happened at all though, since none of the other ips had the same issue.I'm not really sure if this is the right place to post this, but not really sure where else to put it either... but does the fact that Orlando got Beetlejuice and opened it, seemingly to be able to retain the rights to it (at least, that seems to be the word on twitter), mean that Hollywood had/has Beetlejuice as well? And that, if they are able to do HHN next year, we'd have that? Because that's a major property, and nearly all the properties that major are on both coasts (like Shining, Stranger Things, Killer Klownz, Ghostbusters, etc.)
Even though It is pretty recent objectively, I personally feel like they missed the recency window for it. Might have to wait a few years to see how it holds up with time. It's also possible they'd just move a different existing property to 29 and fill its initial spot with something like Candyman or Halloween 2018 assuming rightsholders wanna play ball. Unless netflix is really fed up with universal I still wouldn't mind seeing Hill House come even if itll be 3 years old by then, could come out really creepy if the design team gives it the right amount of love.Wishful thinking here, but if Hill House got scrapped, that would leave 29 open. If they have WB on their side for next year with BJ, maybe they should finally do “It”? That would be an IP that would pull people back.
Wishful thinking here, but if Hill House got scrapped, that would leave 29 open. If they have WB on their side for next year with BJ, maybe they should finally do “It”? That would be an IP that would pull people back.
Shot in the dark, cost cutting and not using Soundstage 29 might actually benefit them, as that place is rented I believe.Would it?
Considering they got Paranormal horror right with Insidious..that's a question to wonder.I'm struggling to figure out how that would've even worked using Hollywood's more recent tool set, especially since it wasn't in the soundstage.
They did with Insidious: Into the Further and Insidious: Return to the Further. Beyond the Further was a very bare, disappointing retread that managed to squeak out a HOTY in a weak year.Considering they got Paranormal horror right with Insidious..that's a question to wonder.
How could they mess it up that badly, regardless of it's location? Was it the overuse of reused materials along with a lack of scenes and constant walls? It's a curious question, I admit.