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#2 Posted on 22.11.05 2333.51 Reposted on: 22.11.12 2340.37
Interesting. I like the original, though at some points one gets stuck on the show's odd nature, which was part of what made it what it was. As for a remake, I wonder how far they want to take it, how sophisticated they think they need to make for a modern audience. I just hope sophistication doesn't turn in to a bunch of WTF moments put in for their own sake.
#3 Posted on 24.11.05 1750.00 Reposted on: 24.11.12 1751.04
So presumably they haven't decided who's playing Number 6 yet. Any bets whether they cast someone much too young?
Without the cold war undercurrent to the whole thing, they're going to be struggling trying to differentiate this show from any other "who are the good guys & who are the bad guys" format. Between "takes liberties" & "radical reinvention", I'm thinking that the title is about all they'll reuse -- which is probably for the best. (I'll be much happier if it's a good show rather than a bad remake.)
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