1) This is not an original picture. You are remaking or rebooting a movie that has already been made.
2) There will be twelve rounds of drafting filling the following roles:
Name of film. (Required.) Include synopsis with any relevant changes that you would like to share. (Feel free to use IMDB's. Let's keep it to no more than a paragraph.)
Director. (Required.) If you are selecting a directing team that has an established history of codirecting three or more films, they count as one selection. If they have a less established history, they will need to be selected separately.
Optional: Score composer, soundtrack artist(s) remaking a song or songs from the original, screenwriting reworking the script, key grip, best boy, cinematographer, etc. Each counts as one selection.
3) Once someone (or something) has been drafted, they are unavailable for anyone else in any capacity.
4) All draftees must be currently active:
Have a listed IMDB credit in the last five years or in the upcoming two years
Must not have a credibly documented retirement
Must not have a documented history with the project that would make their participation in the film unlikely
5) Snake draft
6) Draft order determined by random.org
7) Disputes handled via poll. Disputes must be submitted to danbob via DM. Upon his confirming receipt of request, a poll will be put up and run for six hours. Polls can run seven days a week but no poll will start before 9AM or after 9PM Eastern. Drafting will continue while the poll is running.
8) Trades are allowed.
9) Winners decided via poll in rounds of 12, 6 and 3. 48 hours each. Polls can run seven days a week but no poll will start before 9AM or after 9PM Eastern. Results hidden until the polls are complete. (In the event of a tie, both parties move on to the next round.)
10) The movie is being made in the relative present. (I.e., we are not making a movie in the 20's but it can be a movie from the 20's that you are remaking.)
11) Twenty participants will be selected on a first come, first served basis with the exceptions of NothingButFlowers and Jimma Dogmattus who have already committed in another thread. And me.
12) Any rule changes prior to the start of the draft will be decided by me and updated in the OP.
13) Any rule changes after the start of the draft will require a supermajority of participant votes (thirteen) in favor prior to adoption. (I will abstain from voting in rule changes.)
14) Each participant has a maximum of twenty-four hours for their pick. Once this window is up, the next participant is on the clock and the draft will resume as normal. The person with the lapsed pick can make their selection from anyone currently available when ready.
15) In the event that this draft is still ongoing during Bonnaroo, it will be suspended at 11:59 PM Eastern on Monday, June 5, and will resume at 9:00 AM Eastern on Tuesday, June 13.
16) Locations are not draftable.
17) Once an individual has been drafted, their role must be designated. If being used for multiple roles, each role would be considered a draft pick. (E.g., Say Tom Pink is drafted in the first round and then designated as the director of the film. If they are also going to be designated as an actor in the film, this would need to be "drafted" in a subsequent round.)
18) If you are drafting a remake as your film to be remade, previous iterations of the film are still fair game. Subsequent ones are not.
A live-action remake of the 1988 animated film. Set in 2051, 31 years after the city's destruction, a secret military project endangers Neo-Los Angeles when it turns a biker gang member into a rampaging psychic psychopath that only two teenagers and a group of psychics can stop.
Director: Paul Thomas Anderson Cinematographer: Emmanuel Lubezki Score: Johnny Greenwood Cast: Rami Malek as Tetsuo Donald Glover as Kaneda Liam Cunningham as Colonel Shikishima John Oliver as Doctor Onishi Nancy Cartwright as the espers Jenna Coleman as Kei
a writer who follows strangers for inspiration is confronted by one of his subjects - a thief, who takes the writer under his wing and embroils him into his underworld dealings.
Producer: Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu Director: David Fincher Screenplay: Brian DePalma Director of Photography: Rodrigo Prieto Score: Trent Reznor Cast: Gary Oldman as Bill Andrew Garfield as Cobb Kate Winslet as The Blonde Michael Caine as The Policeman Russell Crowe as The Bald Guy
Romance and suspense ensue in Paris as a woman is pursued by several men who want a fortune her murdered husband had stolen. Who can she trust?
Director: Steven Soderbergh Screenplay: Steven Moffat Score: Danny Elfman Cast: George Clooney as Peter Joshua Anne Hathaway as Regina Lampert Kyle Chandler as Mr. Bartholomew Jean Reno as Inspector Edouard Grandpierre Mark Sheppard as Tex Panthollow Adam Baldwin as Herman Scobie Fred Arimsen as Leopold W Gideon Rachel Bilson as Sylvie Gaudet
Set in Las Vegas in the 50's, Danny Ocean and his eleven accomplices plan to rob three casinos simultaneously.
Director: Quentin Tarantino Cast: Kevin Spacey as Danny Ocean Jordan Peele as Frank Catton James Franco as Linus Caldwell Jennifer Lawrence as Tess Ocean Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Terry Benedict Ken Jeong as Yen Morgan Freeman as Saul Bloom Josh Hutcherson as Rusty Ryan Quentin Tarantino as Reuben Tishkoff
Mere seconds before the Earth is to be demolished by an alien construction crew, journeyman Arthur Dent is swept off the planet by his friend Ford Prefect, a researcher penning a new edition of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy."
Director: Tim Burton Screenplay: James Gunn Score: John Carpenter Cast: Samuel L Jackson as Arthur Dent Michael Keaton as Ford Prefect Johnny Depp as Zaphod Beeblebrox Helena Bonham Carter as Trillian Michael Cera as Marvin Brad Pitt as Guide Woody Harrelson as Humma Kuvala
A bureaucrat in a retro-future world tries to correct an administrative error and himself becomes an enemy of the state.
Director: Spike Jonze Screenplay: Drew Goddard Cinematographer: Matthew Libatique Score: Nicolas Jaar Cast: Joaquin Phoenix as Sam Lowry Tom Hardy as Archibald Tuttle Brie Larson as Jill Layton Mahershala Ali as Jack Lint Jessica Lange as Ms Ida Lowry Michael Pena as Spoor and Dowser Jon Hamm as Mr. Kurtzman John Slattery as Deputy Minister Helpmann
While home sick in bed, a young girl's grandfather reads her a story called The Princess Bride.
Director: Kevin Smith Cast: Emma Watson as Buttercup Ryan Gosling as Westley Fred Savage as Inigo Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as Fezzik Danny Devito as Vizzini Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Prince Humperdink Matt Damon as Count Rugen Neil Patrick Harris as Miracle Max Mark Hamill as Grandpa Baylie and Rylie Cregut as the Granddaughter
Mourning his dead child, a haunted Afghan War veteran attempts to discover his past while suffering from a severe case of dissociation. To do so, he must decipher reality and life from his own dreams, delusion, and perception of death.
Director: David Lynch Score: Ennio Morricone Cast: Shia LaBeouf as Jacob Singer Rooney Mara as Jezzie Alec Baldwin as Louis the Chiropractor Emily Blunt as Sarah
Julian, a drug-smuggler thriving in the Las Vegas criminal underworld, sees his life get even more complicated when his mother compels him to find and kill whoever is responsible for his brother's recent death.
Director: Denis Villeneuve Cinematographer: Roger Deakins Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin Score: Gesaffelstein Cast: Casey Affleck as Julian Jared Leto as Billy Glenn Close as Crystal Hugo Weaving as Lt Chang Chloe Grace Moretz as a prostitute
In Casablanca in December 1941, a cynical American expatriate encounters a former lover, with unforeseen complications.
Director: Damien Chazelle Screenplay: David O Russell Cast: Idris Elba as Rick Blaine Emma Stone as Elsa Lund Michael Fassbender as Victor Laszlo Christoph Waltz as Major Heinrik Strasser Vincent Cassel as Captain Louis Renault Brian Cox as Signor Ferrari Audrey Tautou as Yvonne Daniel Bruhl as Ugarte John Legend as Sam
12 men of all different backgrounds come to deliberate on a case in which a young man has been accused of murdering his father. Although all jurors seem to be set on the idea that the young man is guilty of the crime, Juror #8 (Mark Ruffalo) presents the initial claim that the jury is not able to convict him beyond a "reasonable doubt". Many of the jurors are aggravated with this decision as some believe he is guilty while others do not care and just want to get home early. Juror #8 proposes many questions and scenarios that question whether or not the young man killed his father. However, Juror #3 (Brian Cranston) and Juror #10 (Robert De Niro) prove to be his strongest opposition throughout the deliberation as they continually insist that the young man is guilty
Director: Robert Zemeckis Cast: Robert DeNiro as Juror #10 Will Smith - Juror #1 Brian Cranston as Juror #3 Mark Ruffalo as Juror #8 Tom Hanks as Juror #9 Adam Sandler as Juror #5 Jonah Hill as Juror #12 Toby Maguire as Juror #2 Martin Sheen as The Judge Robert Downey Jr as Juror #4
Harold Chasen(Jared Gilman), a 20 year old death-obsessed young man, can't seem to find anything to live for. Uninspired by his life of wealth, his only gratification comes from faking his own suicides and attending funerals, much to the chagrin of his imperious mother, Mrs. Chasen (Tilda Swinton). All of this changes when he meets 79 year old Maude (Lily Tomlin). Her zest for life and endearing peculiarities prove irresistible to young Harold. An unlikely love affair grows as off-beat adventures unfold.
Director: Wes Anderson Screenplay: Todd Solondz Soundtrack: Sufjan Stevens Cast: Lily Tomlin as Maude Jared Gilman as Harold Tilda Swinton as Mrs Chasen Owen Wilson as Glaucus Edward Norton as Unle Victor Jeff Goldbloom as The Priest Jason Schwartzman as The Psychiatrist Saoirse Ronan as Sunshine Dore
Six guests are invited to a strange house and must cooperate with the staff to solve a murder mystery.
Directors: The Coen Brothers Cast: Paul Dano as Mr. Green Julianne Moore as Ms. Scarlet Paul Giamatti as Mr. Plum Molly Parker as Mrs. White Billy Bob Thornton as Mr. Boddy Frances McDormand as Mrs. Peacock Michael Sheen as Wadsworth Matt Walsh as Colonel Mustard Judy Greer as Yvette Michael McKean as The Chief
When the menace known as the Joker wreaks havoc and chaos on the people of Gotham, the Dark Knight must come to terms with one of the greatest psychological tests of his ability to fight injustice.
Director: Score: Hans Zimmer Screenplay: George RR Martin SFX and Make Up: Greg Nicotero Cast: Luke Evans as The Batman Willem Dafoe as The Joker Leonardo DiCaprio as Harvey Dent Laurence Fishburne as Lucius Fox Scott Wilson as Alfred Kiera Knightly as Rachel Tommy Lee Jones as Chief Gordon Ray Liotta as Maroni
A wheelchair-bound photographer spies on his neighbours from his apartment window and becomes convinced one of them has committed murder.
Director: Alphonso Cuaron Screenplay: Stephen Gaghan Actor: Bill Murray Naomie Harris as Lisa Carol Fremont Daniel Radcliffe as Det. Lt. Tom Doyle Chiwetel Ojiofor as Janelle Monae as Helen Mirren as Mrs Thorwald
The story of the legendary outlaw is portrayed with the characters as humanoid animals.
Director: Sofia Coppola Screenplay: Jeff Nichols Cast: Cate Blanchett as Maid Marian Betty White as Lady Cluck Sam Elliott as Alan-A-Dale Michael K Williams as King Richard Christopher Walken as Prince John Andre Royo as Sir Hiss Michael Shanon as the Sheriff of Nottingham Steve Martin as Friar Tuck Jeff Bridges as Little John Daniel Day-Lewis as Robin Hood
Set in present day LA, an insurance representative lets himself be talked into a murder/insurance fraud scheme that arouses an insurance investigator's suspicions.
Director: Martin Scorsese Screenplay: Dan Gilroy Editor: Thelma Schoonmaker Cast: Denzel Washington as Walter Neff Isabelle Huppert as Phyllis Dietrichson JK Simmons as Barton Keyes Hailee Steinfeld as Lola Dietrichson Will Arnett as Edward S. Norton Jr. Michael B Jordan as Nino Albert Brooks as Mr. Dietrichson
The semi-autobiographical war novel of a World War II veteran who gets kidnapped by aliens and learns to see time in the forth dimension(Maybe?).
Director: Michel Gondry Screenplay: Charlie Kaufman Cinematographer: Robert Richardson Special Effects Supervisor: Richard Taylor Production Designer: Rick Carter Cast: Eddie Redmayne as Billy Pilgrim Scarlett Johansson as Montana Wildhack Oscar Isaac as Eliot Rosewater John C Reilly as Edgar Derby Lucas Hedges as Roland Weary Elizabeth Olsen as Barbara Pilgrim Bradley Cooper as Howard W Campbell Jr (aka the American Nazi) Mark Rylance as Kilgore Trout and the Narrator
In 2054 neo-London, burnt out blade runner Rick Deckard is forced into one last assignment; hunting down four replicants who've escaped an off-world colony and returned to Earth to find their creator.
Director: Christopher Nolan Cinematographer: Hoyte Von Hoytema Score: Vangelis Cast: Clive Owen as Rick Deckard Christian Bale as Roy Batty Marion Cotillard as Rachael Benicio Del Toro as Gaff Alicia Vikander as Pris Colin Firth as Dr. Eldon Tyrell Cillian Murphy as JF Sebastian Charlize Theron as Zhora
An insane general triggers a path to nuclear holocaust that a war room full of politicians and generals frantically try to stop.
Director: George Lucas Screenplay: Louis CK Score: John Williams Cast: Harrison Ford as Jack D. Ripper Aubrey Plaza as Miss Scott John Goodman as 'Buck' Turgidson James Earl Jones as the Narrator Danny McBride as Major TJ Jim Carrey as Dr Strangelove Steve Carrell as Group Captain Lionel Mandrake Louis CK as President Merkin Muffley
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