March 15, 2011

No, We Do Not All Live In A Yellow Submarine.

Just when you begin to think that the news is nothing but one catastrophic disaster after another, and the world's going to hell in a handbasket, a story like this reminds you that there's still hope for the human race. At least for the segment that's not addicted to soul-deadening, creepy motion capture flops:

The Walt Disney Co. has deep-sixed Mars Needs Moms producer Robert Zemeckis' planned next project for the studio, the high-profile remake of the classic Beatles film Yellow Submarine, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.

...sources say the disastrous $6.9 million opening for the $150 million-budgeted Mars, produced by Zemeckis, guaranteed that Submarine would never set sail at Disney. The producer-director is now free to shop the project to another studio.

Ah, the sweet smell of freedom.

Disney Kills Robert Zemeckis' 'Yellow Submarine' [thr]
Previously: Maclaren produces the Zemeckis motion capture animated move of strollers

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Now we just pray that no one else is stupid enough to pick it up. Perish the thought.

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