I've never heard of Sealab, what is it about?
Not sure what to make of this. Barbarella is a psychedelic '60s film, based on a rather risque French comic by the same name. How would they adapt it? Would they follow a model similar to "The Fifth Element", that would fit the aesthetic? Would they go all Nolan dark& gritty? I wouldn't say that I'm excited, but rather curious.
Well, no, not really. The only thing the original really has going for it are the visuals (and I don't mean Jane Fonda's amazing figure) and being where Duran Duran got their name. I'm honestly surprised anyone would remake it. But if it looks good, I'll get around to watching it.Anyone else excited for this?
Wes Anderson.I mean, the one thing I can imagine is having it done by someone with a strong visual style, like Guillermo del Toro or Tim Burton.
Indeed, what makes Barbarella interesting is it epitomises the swinging sixties. Maybe it epitomises the 2020s in that there are no original ideas?Not sure what to make of this. Barbarella is a psychedelic '60s film, based on a rather risque French comic by the same name.