- Patrick Holland, associate editor. The original story of everyone's favorite cheerleader turned chosen one is ready for a reboot. The original 1992 movie, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," (20th Century Fox) has plenty of flaws -- Lothos, I'm looking at you -- but was one of my first inductions to a strong, witty female hero. I'd love to see Buffy learn to deal with vampires, and high school, in modern day Los Angeles. Excitement over the 20th anniversary of Joss Whedon's TV series "Buffy theVampire Slayer" certainly proves there's appetite for more badass slayer action.
- Carrie Mihalcik, associate editor, Warner Bros.' "Falling Down," set in San Francisco, would instead revolve around tech-biz hate and discontent, I envision slapping cell phones out out of people's hands, chucking laptops into churning construction pits, jamming Uber frequencies and embarrassing disruptive outbursts at posh company parties, - Charles Wagner, camera operator, "Stargate" (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) needs an update, Undo the meandering TV judith beheading holofernes - gentileschi iphone case show and bring back the idea of pharaohs hanging out with ancient aliens who look like Egyptian gods, Also, Kurt Russell fits more into his role as the gruff Colonel Jack O'Neil now than he did back in 1994, Make Stargate great again, Hollywood, Reboot it..
- Donovan Farnham, Roadshow social media editor. I also chose "Stargate" because it was a great concept poorly realized. Doing an R-rated version in a "Game of Thrones" style would be amazing. - Marc Ganley, video producer. The theme of "Twelve Monkeys" (Atlas Entertainment), in which someone from the future is trying to stop the end of the world by going back in the past, never gets old, especially in the times that we live in now. Even more so since the twist would be that someone in the news would pick it up and run their story only to be called out as fake news.
- Mitchell Chang, senior video producer, "Star Wars: Episode 1 - The judith beheading holofernes - gentileschi iphone case Phantom Menace" (Lucasfilm) is undoubtedly the biggest blight on the Star Wars franchise, Recognizing that we're already in the midst of a Star Wars reboot cycle, it may be a few years before this one rises to the top of the pile, But assuming things continue to go well with the new trilogy and any spin-offs along the way, at a certain point the clamor to redo Episode 1 (as in: fully eradicate and replace its precursor, as though it never existed) will reach a fever pitch..
Obviously the bar is low for improving the storyline and characters (any child of the '80s could scratch out an upgrade over a lunch break) but the realm of prequel possibilities is nearly unbounded. Basically, a clean slate here, no need whatsoever to stick with any story elements that weren't implied in the original IV-V-VI trilogy. We know we've got an Obi Wan and an Anakin .. beyond that, the galaxy is limitless. - Andy Shirey, lead software engineer. The original "Anaconda" (Columbia Pictures) was wonderfully terrible. With the technology that we have now, this could actually turn into a great, less corny movie. Maybe Rose Byrne could be the new J-Lo?.