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There may already be a thread for this somewhere or not, but as mentioned in the title, share your movie ideas here! Your movie ideas can either be live action, animated or a mix of both mediums. And just to give an example, I'll start off:|
As you can see, since as far back as 2006, I have always wanted to reboot the quirky 1990s cartoon Dexter's Laboratory as a multi-part big screen, big budget live action/animated dinosaur-infused epic blockbuster with hand drawn cartoon characters, CGI dinosaurs and live action locations as well as real human actors.
But out of the twelve or less so-called "Dexter's Odyssey" live action/animation hybrids, it'll hopefully be the second one that'll not only be the ultimate fan favorite of the Dexter's Odyssey saga, but will also hopefully be along the ranks of films such as The Godfather Part II or even Christopher Nolan's second Batman movie, The Dark Knight.
That epic sequel/follow-up/companion piece to Dexter's Odyssey might be called:
The Princess of Shangara
Go ahead, feel free to let your mind wander and post your movie ideas (whether be they live action, animated or a combination of both) here! I expect to see a lot more than what's going on now!
My movie idea would be a Sailor Moon reboot in CGI. She was my first anime that i ever enjoyed
Hoping to explore pop culture from the 20th Century with you
I have a very large interest in life on other planets since unlike ghosts and such there is an extreme possibility it is real. I always thought it was crazy how hard it was to get into Area 51 and how the president himself cannot even enter.
When I heard they were making a Mission Impossible 4 (big fan of those movies, even though Cruise is kinda nutty now and getting a bit old, still like him in this role it was written for him)
I got the idea that they could call it MI51 "Mission Impossible 51" and for some reason Ethan Hunt has to break into Area 51 and maybe you could take it a whole different sci fi direction with aliens and abductions and crazy stuff. Or maybe he just has to retrieve something from there and runs into a few aliens and soldiers. My favorite part in those movies are the creativeness of them sneaking into places so I thought what better than the most protected place in the world place in the world. They've done the Kremlin and White House is too obvious and predictable.
I always wanted to pay extended and heartfelt homage and tribute to as well as channel Genndy Tartakovksy and his animation work in ways best suited to the USA-based and Russian-born animator’s talents and genius and vision.|
I know a movie idea of mine!
How about “ToonTalker”!
With "ToonTalker", I always wanted a live action/animated feature film project that would either rival or equal 1988’s Who Framed Roger Rabbit, even though ToonTalker would be more of an epic dinosaur-infused adventure fantasy than just a comedy, as well as a visual roller-coaster of thrills, chills and gorgeous wonders (and also an extended and very heartfelt homage to Genndy Tartakovsky’s body of 2D animation work as well, and in ways best suited to Genndy’s talent, genius, and vision).
ToonTalker will see a real boy with a special ability to communicate with animated cartoon characters from a visual standpoint who visited a Genndy Tartakovsky-inspired and mostly 2D animated cartoon world full of toons and dinosaurs, from the real world to which he was born. There, he befriends three ethnic cartoon girls (a la Dexter's Laboratory's Dee Dee, Mee Mee and Lee Lee, for example) as well as the cartoon blonde's young scientist brother (a la Dexter's Laboratory's Dexter, but not Showtime's serial killer) and a traveling samurai swordsman (a la Samurai Jack)--and then try to save them from catastrophe in the shape of an evil genius kid rival neighbor of the cartoon boy (a la Dexter's Laboratory's Mandark) who seeks to claim the cartoon blonde girl to be his lover by right and to also take over the real and cartoon worlds with an evil robot army.
Like I've said before, ToonTalker will incorporate the daring exploits of a real boy who communicates with animated cartoon characters, a wondrous and exotic cartoon world channeling as well as featuring nods and references to Genndy Tartakovsky's animation work (and most notably those to Dexter's Lab, Samurai Jack and Sym Bionic Titan), samurai warriors astride giant flying creatures (in addition to horses, of course!), dinosaurs of all shapes and sizes (some of them gentle and herbivorous and some of them menacing and carnivorous), four youthful cartoon characters on the side of good (a la Dexter, Dee Dee, Mee Mee and Lee Lee from Dexter’s Laboratory, for example), an enchanted sword with great magic and even a breathtaking finale—a mighty epic battle between the forces of good led by the real boy and a cartoon samurai warrior, a cartoon Asian girl whom the real boy falls for (a la Dee Dee’s friend Lee Lee) versus the forces of evil led by said rival neighbor of cartoon boy genius' (a la Mandark).
ToonTalker would hopefully be not only this most ambitious fantasy besides James Cameron’s AVATAR and/or Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings movies, but also the most serious attempt at combining live action with animation since Roger Rabbit, or would it?
Anyway, I wanted it to be a big screen part live action, part animated epic that’ll also hark back visually and even narratively to Genndy Tartakovsky’s 2D hand drawn TV animation work, even though it’ll ultimately be based on original characters, ideas or concepts of mine.
I wanted it to be 60% 2D hand drawn (mostly) Genndy Tartakovsky-style animation and 40% live action, and there will be this stunning, breathtaking finale: a mighty, climactic, and titanic epic battle sequence in which the animation and live action worlds would start to really seamlessly merge (and the characters from both worlds would start to really seamlessly interact with each other more often) as, say, the live action hero and the animated cartoon hero and the animated cartoon heroine face off against, say, the animated cartoon villain.
ToonTalker shall channel and pay heartfelt homage and tribute to Genndy Tartakovsky and his animation works in ways best suited to his talents and genius and vision and it shall hopefully be done and ready for Genndy’s 50th birthday in 2020 or some later date.
So, what do you think of my idea?