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May 9th, 2013, 13:38
Originally Posted by DArtagnan View Post
The problem isn't "let's make a D&D movie" - it's about not saying "let's make the best movie we can with the passion of our hearts".
Since I see saying "let's make a DnD movie" as meaning let's cash in on a lucrative tie-in and figure the rest out later, I think that is part of the problem and partly what you're saying. Also I think being excited about a setting, story, or sense of place is more likely to lead to a project of passion than being excited about franchise monetezation possibilities.
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