Ha! No kidding. It's like asking Michael Bay to direct your historical romance.Kathelm said:My condolences to Blake Crouch.
Here's one example of an M. Night Shyamalan adaptation:Why condolences? I'm curious.
Funny thing about this guy...even though I always walk out of his movies going, "Man, that was awful," I keep going back, and I've gotta admit, even though I like to groan at what he does, I usually have fun watching. The Village and (most especially) The Happening are two movies where, if you ask me, I'll tell you there are just horrible, but if they came on TV when I was flipping channels, I'd stop and watch.Kathelm said:Here's one example of an M. Night Shyamalan adaptation:
His filmography in general:
The right deal, absolutely. I would rather take my chances with a director with no name and nothing ever heard of under his belt than M Night Shyhamaln.scottnicholson said:
Shyamalan? Heeeeelllllllllll No. I wouldn't let him near one of my books with a 50 foot pole. Tarantino, now. I'd probably take my chances with. At least if he screwed it up I know it would still be a fun train wreck.scottnicholson said:After all, wouldn't everyone here love to have that deal? (Except maybe Hugh!)
I started reading Blake's books last year and, like you, he is an immensely talented writer. it doesn't matter who helms the production or directs it. Blake is receiving recognition and it's good publicity. It's awesome news.scottnicholson said: