>Evening Schadenfreude

>Word from Hollywood is that the release of the “Red Dawn” remake may be delayed indefinitely:

Contributor Patrick Goldstein says the remake of “Red Dawn,” which was filmed in Detroit last summer and fall, will not be released as expected on Nov. 24 of this year and that there is no alternative release date set.

While Goldstein doesn’t quote any MGM sources, he says that the struggling film company doesn’t have the money to distribute the film.

According to another LA Times story in late May, MGM is $3.7 billion in debt and debt holders are struggling to find ways to salvage the company.

Well, that’s a shame. Freeperati from coast to coast are no doubt conjuring up liberal conspiracy theories as we speak. Then again, seeing as how the film stars Connor Cruise, son of Tom, maybe we can find a way to blame the Scientologists. Or, since the new film paints the Chinese as the invading villains, instead of the Russians, maybe we can blame China.

Have no fear, young Wolverines. The new big-screen version of “Atlas Shrugged” might offer solace.


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5 responses to “>Evening Schadenfreude

  1. >You know they'd do a rotten job of it anyway.If they never make this remake it'll be too soon!

  2. >I'm sure a lot of my favorite blog buddies will be absolutely depressed, but as you said, they'd have Atlas Shrugged to look forward to.

  3. >I know a pretty cheap way they can distribute the film…

  4. >Another lousy film buried after floating excuses to save the 'bankability' of the star.

  5. >hollywood: if you want to know what our politicians are going to decide and be like, look to the h'wood executive class! much the same "logic" in terms of production.Red Dawn is a classic; i own it. i'm not ashamed to say i have in my comedy collection. it's hilarious. a sequel/remake? hell no. wingers and i could drink to this, we agree so much. there will never be another film with the same closet case teen porn thug anti commie vibe ever made. it simply cannot be. this abortion should die, and i'm very glad it is.