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Submitted by Crazay 1018d ago | news

Anonymous Content To Develop Movies, TV Shows Based on the Works of Philip K. Dick

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The works of the late author have been the basis of "Blade Runner," "Total Recall," "Minority Report" and many other movies, TV shows and video games over the years.

The works of the late science fiction writer Philip K. Dick will be developed for film and television by Anonymous Content LLC under a first look deal announced Wednesday with Electric Shepherd Productions, which is the production arm of the author’s estate founded by his daughters Laura Leslie and Isa Dick Hackett. (Anonymous Content LLC, Cinema, Electric Shepherd Productions, TV)
Tipsed by: timmyp53

timmyp53  +   1018d ago
Minority report is still one of the best Sci-fi movies in my mind in recent history. I'm looking forward to some adaptations.
Crazay  +   1018d ago
I've never actually seen all of Minority Report but I loved Blade Runner and even quite liked the remake of Total Recall. It had so many more details that the original never did so somethings made a little more sense this time around.

Don't get me wrong, I still have a soft spot for Arnie's version. It was tongue in cheek in a fun and campy sorta way.

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