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Jeff Bridges Is Game For More From The Big Lebowski

Let the record show that Jeff Bridges doesn't believe in beating a dead horse. True Grit's Blackie might have a different tale to tell on that count, but even after Tara Reid's amusing slip-up and Joel & Ethan Coen's equally amusing response, the Big Lebowski star is still happy to keep our hopes alive for more antics from The Dude.

Papers - http://spinoff.comicbookresources.com/2011/02/08/jeff-bridges-is-game-for-more-from-the-big-lebowski/



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I will be honest with you. Big business didn't understand the popularity of the film to start with, now it has been raised to "cult" status, big business wants a piece of the pie. The only way they can think of getting their hands on more money is a sequel.

There comes a time when you have to just let somethings go, let them be.

There is no point in making a sequel, it won't be anything like the original, as all the participants have moved on and won't be able to achieve even part of the zeitgeist that made the original so good.

All imdo of course.
« Last Edit: May 16, 2012, 06:23:37 AM by meekon5 »
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Zeitgeist would be a problem, this is very true. But could a sequel have it's only zeitgeist such as "Star Trek; The Next Generation" developed it's own zeitgeist in the middle 80's as the original series did from the 60's?

Speaking of Star Trek, check this out...


The Star Trek Cast; an old group interview with TOS cast of Star Trek.

Comment from YouTube...


"I would have been about 11 or 12 when this one aired way back when. Late 1976 or early '77 I think? Back when there was nothing but 79 episodes run over and over, a few books, and the beginning of the conventions as we know it now. Truly a marvelous look back into Star Trek past."

Check out - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlVgiqOI5T0&feature=related
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Excellent find DB. Eleven for me in '76 as well.

Do notice the interviewer was having a cigarette after the clip of the Star Trek episode, just wouldn't get away with that today.
« Last Edit: May 16, 2012, 04:57:28 PM by meekon5 »
"I have noticed even people who claim everything is predestined, and  that we can do nothing to change it, look before they cross the road."
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Eleven for me in '76 as well.

Me too....funny that!  ;)  ;D

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Love is like a butterfly it goes where it pleases and it pleases where it goes. :)

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Yeah, the cigarette thing was funny, as were their hair cuts, especially the host Tom Snyder!

A Farewell Original Cast & Crew Interviews DeForest Kelly...

Check this out - http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=endscreen&v=qUW16B5LgYk



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Damn you sir you have now got me on a Star Trek revival kick again, this weekend will be awash with me watching the original series and enterprise (not to mention the many variations of all the films I have).

Damn you and double damn you sir.

;D
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Damn you sir you have now got me on a Star Trek revival kick again, this weekend will be awash with me watching the original series and enterprise (not to mention the many variations of all the films I have).

Damn you and double damn you sir.

;D

HA HA! Oops, sorry dude!! Yeah, I get into a more or less "trekkie mood" once in a while too, in fact, right after watching those farewell interviews I tossed a Star Trek flick in my Blueray player and had to watch it! ;D

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He tasks me !!!
What's your favourite film? You can guess mine is wrath of khan :)
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He tasks me !!!
What's your favourite film? You can guess mine is wrath of khan :)

Mine would be.......

1 - Star Trek; The Motion Picture
2 - Star Trek; Generations
3 - Star Trek; Insurrection
4 - Star Trek; Nemesis
5 - Star Trek; The Undiscovered Country

That would be my order of favorites.

The complete list is............

1    Star Trek: The Motion Picture    December 7, 1979
2    Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan    June 4, 1982
3    Star Trek III: The Search for Spock    June 1, 1984
4    Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home    November 26, 1986
5    Star Trek V: The Final Frontier    June 9, 1989
6    Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country    December 6, 1991
7    Star Trek Generations    November 18, 1994
8    Star Trek: First Contact    November 22, 1996
9    Star Trek: Insurrection    December 11, 1998
10    Star Trek Nemesis    December 13, 2002
11    Star Trek    May 8, 2009
12    Star Trek sequel    May 17, 2013 (expected)

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I think I've just wandered into an episode of "The big bang theory" which incidentally is the best fucking sitcom to ever come out of America. :)

The geeks of the world thank you. :)

Peace



Love is like a butterfly it goes where it pleases and it pleases where it goes. :)

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I think I've just wandered into an episode of "The big bang theory" which incidentally is the best fucking sitcom to ever come out of America. :)

The geeks of the world thank you. :)

Peace

HATE THE BIG BANG THEORY!!!!!!!




.....Bazinga!!!!!  ;D Actually, I love it! Have all 5 seasons. Great sit com!!

Penny is smokin' hot!! Would love to help her conceive, man! ;D

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I think I've just wandered into an episode of "The big bang theory" which incidentally is the best fucking sitcom to ever come out of America. :)

The geeks of the world thank you. :)

Peace


Hate the laughter track on the big bang theory, they do have their odd (funny) moment though.

Personally I'm still trying to work my way through the original series of star trek on DVD (the re-mastered version) and Enterprise (that I really enjoyed, apart from the theme tune).

Agree as to Penny.

Get a bit fuzzy about putting any one Star Trek film before another.

"I have noticed even people who claim everything is predestined, and  that we can do nothing to change it, look before they cross the road."
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Just watching the episode of tbb when they return from the arctic. And to be followed by wrath of khan on film 4 at 9pm, joy :>.
quod tendo non ut pallens adeo in terminus!

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Star Trek - William Shatner & James Doohan - British Commercial  ;D

Check out - http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=oIfNv9qLvy4

And - De Kelley visits the TNG set - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrnoGYKLwJA&feature=related
« Last Edit: May 19, 2012, 04:37:49 AM by DigitalBuddha »

 

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