ARTISAN: The Running Man - Special Edition

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Ivan Berisic, Feb 1, 2002.

  1. Ivan Berisic

    Ivan Berisic Stunt Coordinator

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    You've released the Total Recall SE. We want the Running Man too.
    "I'll be back"
    "Only in a rerun"
    "You bastard! Drop dead!"
    "I don't do requests"
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  2. Walt Riarson

    Walt Riarson Supporting Actor

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    This is a film that needs re-visited. I'm in for a SE.
     
  3. Luis A

    Luis A Second Unit

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    The Running Man SE , count me in.[​IMG]
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  4. rutger_s

    rutger_s Supporting Actor

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    I'd love a special edition of this film but after hearing that Artisan recently shelled out 75,000 dollars to Arnold Schwarzenegger for the Total Recall audio commentary; I doubt Artisan would be willing to spend anymore money to get Schwarzenegger to participate in a re-issue of this title.
     
  5. Donald W

    Donald W Stunt Coordinator

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    a SE of this would be cool...I loved this film when I was a kid...I could really care less if Schwarzenegger does a audio commentary on here...if they did this they should get Stephen King to talk about it since it was based on his book*writen under another name*
     
  6. Rob T

    Rob T Screenwriter

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    This is one of my 2 favourite movies thats based on a Stephen King novel (the other being Misery which also should be reveisited, but thats a job for Columbia) and it should have a Special edition. I couldn't really care less if Arnold does a commentary or not. An interview with him about it would be good enough for me. [​IMG]
     
  7. Chris M

    Chris M Second Unit

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    I agree about the Schwarzenegger commentaries, I listened to the Conan commentary, and although I like Arnold, he's just not that interesting to listen to. Definately not worth 75k for a simple commentary [​IMG]
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  8. Carlo Medina

    Carlo Medina Executive Producer

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    We don't need an Arnold commentary for an SE ("ha ha, this is where I hit the guy and call him Christmas Tree, ha ha"). Just a nice anamorphic transfer from a new HD source, some cool extras, and a nice remastered soundtrack.
     
  9. rutger_s

    rutger_s Supporting Actor

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    Well, if it cost $75 grand for him to do an audio commentary, imagine how much it would cost to get him to sit down for video interviews.

    I doubt Artisan could find any archived interviews to use in a new documentary for The Running Man. They'd have to create new interviews and I really doubt Artisan really wants to shell any more money out to Arnold.

    Especially for a cult flick like The Running Man.

    I'd really like an SE too but reality keeps coming up.
     
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