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Law, who has already taken a couple of Sherlock 3 meetings with Warner Bros., has plenty of enthusiasm for the idea. "I hate celebrating anything I've done, but I'm so proud of those films. I think it was Joel Silver who said, 'Take it out of that dusty room and put it on the street'."
In a cliffhanger-off for the ages, both the big and small screen Sherlock Holmes adaptations are currently suspended somewhere on. or several hundred feet below, the Reichenbach Falls. The BBC take on Conan Doyle's tale will find resolution when it airs early next year. According to Law, Guy Ritchie's version may be tearing after it like a man in a three-piece chasing a hansom cab.
"I think Warners want it," says Law, "and there's a lot of want from us as a team. We want it to be better than the other two. We want to make sure it's smarter and cleverer, but in the same realm."
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I would like to see an awesome Alien esq "Metroid" movie...starring Madison Riley or maybe Scarlet Johansen.
You mean like the original Nintendo game with Samus?
That would be interesting!
The novel Aztec by Gary Jennings.
It's a looooong read and the first 50 pages seem to go nowhere but the next 850 leave you hanging on the edge of your seat. Jennings brings the world of the Aztec alive during the time of Cortez' occupation. A true feat of imagination and suspense with surprise endings that put Tolkien to shame.