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My idea for a Fraggle Rock movie

Discussion in 'Fraggle Rock' started by BlakeConor14, Jul 29, 2016.

  1. BlakeConor14

    BlakeConor14 Well-Known Member

    I wanted to give you my idea for the fraggle rock movie that they keep postponing.

    Plot
    27 year old doctor Joe Nelson (Joseph Gordon levitt) known as Doc to his friends moves into a new house and he discovers a hole behind a cupboard that leads to fraggle rock. He leaves it alone but his young pup sprocket keeps barking down it so he decsides to cover it as he starts to do he makes a bigger hole in the wall and sprocket runs through it.

    Part 2 soon
     
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  2. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    Here's my idea for a Fraggle Rock movie.

    Don't do one.

    It's clear that the iron ran cold a long time ago, and making a glorious film comeback is just not in the cards for them so late in the game. And it's telling that the first movie studio that was supposed to produce it couldn't get other studios behind it, and that while they were chosen because they had street cred as an independent-ish movie studio, said studio has a reputation for being thousands of times more restrictive and cynical at kid's movies as any other big name studio could ever be accused of.

    I always felt we were cheated out of a Fraggle Rock film, but the time to have made one passed with Jim Henson. And the hopes of even a revival movie passed with 80's kids turning 30+.
     
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