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Daybreakers Directors Hired For Dark Crystal Sequel

Cinemablend reports: A sequel to the 80s Henson classic Dark Crystal has been rumored for years, and back in 2006 had Star Wars: Clone Wars director Genndy Tartakovsky attached to direct. It's been years since then, of course, and despite Brian Henson's promise last August that the Dark Crystal sequel was moving along, we haven't heard anything recently that made us think it would actually happen.

Until today, that is. The Henson Company sent out a press release today (via Slashfilm) announcing that Tartakovsky is off the sequel, titled The Power of the Dark Crystal, and directing brothers Peter and Michael Spierig, the guys behind this year's Daybreakers, will be taking over. Daybreakers was a B-movie, sure, but a lot of people really dug it, and clearly the Spierigs demonstrated some talent with oddity that will come in handy in the Dark Crystal universe.

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PS360WII5100d ago

and here I thought I was gonna be nice and submit this news ><

Awesome that they are finally going ahead with this movie! Wonder how they'll pull off a fire girl puppet?

darklordzor5096d ago

I'm glad they are finally doing something with this film (been waiting on this for a while now) but hate that they got rid of Gendy. He has so much vision and talent, I was really looking forward to what he was going to bring to the film. Not saying the other guys are bad, but I still would rather see Gendy helming it.

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30 Years Later, Where Is ‘The Crow’ Cast Now?

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Kaam Chalu Hai Review: Based on true events, this movie is thought-provoking and inspiring

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Rebel Moon Part 2 Review: Forgettable Saga is, Well, Forgettable | Leisurebyte

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