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Clifford the Big Red Dog| Now at Paramount| 11/13/2020

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Studios really are mining for franchises instead of being creative these days

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Studios really are mining for franchises instead of being creative these days

Because Franchise make money. Look at Marvel, DC, Transformers, ect. All these movie make a shit load movie. If look at Pixar and Disney they make a so much money off the merchandise sales. 

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So excited. Love love love CliffordLove the movie Clifford's really big movie and the tv show :)

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Really loved the tv show, and to be honest ill probably end up seeing this!

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No. Just stop it.

You don't want a Clifford movie? Will too bad this is gonna be great.
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If we're reviving random preschool shows into blockbuster tentpoles...

 

 

Bananas in Pajamas (live action/CGI mix) 

 

Director: James Wan 

 

Screenplay: Charlie Kaufman 

 

Cast:

Nicolas Cage and Andy Serkis (B1 and B2) - CGI/live action hybrid 

Emma Stone, Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Watson (three teddies) - CGI

Christopher Walken (Rat in the Hat) - live action with Walken in a rat suit inside a hat 

Raquel Welch (Mrs. Rat) - live action 

James Earl Jones (Narrator) - ?

Bill Murray (Bernard the Dog) - live action

Jack Nicholson (Charlie the Monkey) - CGI

Ben Stiller (Topsy the Kangaroo) - live action 

Jim Gaffigan (Kevin the Butterfly) - live action 

Daniel Day Lewis (Tolstoy the Tortoise) - live action

Meryl Streep (Tomasina the Turtle) - live action

 

 

Budget - $185 million 

 

Rating - PG for strongly rude material, irreverent jokes, trippy imagery, awkward comments, comic smoking, images of clowns and extended sequences of bizzare behavior... all involving bananas  :D

 

I'm done trollin! 

 

Seriously though, a Clifford movie could be a fun, light-hearted family movie if they don't specifically focus on just preschoolers. While it should be rated G, it shouldn't target just little kids considering it's a major animated film. 

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Awesome! I lived Clifford as a child.

Aren't you still a child. :lol:
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Aren't you still a child. :lol:

 

I think the fact that he loves current Disney Channel shows says it all.

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...well this could go in a lot of directions. :mellow:

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Is there anyone over 5 who wants to see this?

Ethan and Tarzan. :lol:
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I dudnt even want a Clifford movie in 2000. Stop it, Hollywood. Just...stop it.

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