Just seen the budgets:
Judge Dredd 1995: $90m ($143 adjusted for inflation)
Dredd 2012: $45m
So approx a third of the budget. Although I think Stallone got $15m of the original which brings it down a bit).
Both films were a wasted opportunity imo – such amazing content but not enough confidence from hollywood to let it be its own thing.Posted 4 years agoNorthwindSubscriber
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Who bought the costumes and props?
There was a big prop auction from one of the memorabilia places- I almost bought my brother a NO LOITERING BY ORDER OF THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT sign from the block, but it went a bit expensive. Some nifty stuff.
I was driving through Dingwall a while back and spotted a Stallone-Dredd H-wagon parked at the side of the road, bit odd.Posted 4 years agoz1ppyMember
[Damn just scanned though the thread and see I said the same thing 3 months ago…] I enjoyed it, the look (except the law master) was right but thought the story quite poor. An episode of a the comic rather than the under lying theme for a years worth of comic’s (how I’d expect a film to be). The Stallone one makes me cringe, the Angel gang & ABC warrior being brief glimpses of the original comic.
I imagine most fans on here are fan of the comic.. I wonder what the later generation have to say
I wasn’t impressed by the Raid, 90% of a elite tactical squad killed within first 5 minutes, man so unreal 😯
PS: Again Rogue trooper was always my favorite.. and I wouldn’t want to see that made into a film.Posted 4 years agoRussell96Subscriber
Entire Dredd back catalog is now available on the iPad in 20 volumes.Posted 4 years agocolournoiseSubscriber
Del Toro doing a Nemesis movie would be awesome.
Probably the most ‘movie-able’ 2000ad character would be Halo Jones?
And I still think possibly the best Dredd film would be to use the ‘America’ storyline – for me that was when the character and world ‘grew up’.Posted 4 years ago
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