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I think you run into a serious problem here. First is the imagining of the series, it seems to me that the stymied imagination of the Hollywood executive stereotype is logical based on the decisions they make. So you must pitch with a star attached, someone who has their own audience to bring along. Like C.S Lee for Pookie Chang or Tom Aldredge as the old hunter. I mean you put Nathan Fillon in anything and it gains a cult following. But the problem becomes that you have boxed yourself in. I mean the problem is that the big muscular and good looking guy hasn’t been in style and you need someone to pull that off and the only person that can pull that off is an unknown. Someone who can create and maintain a new audience. Which is very hard to do, I mean it’s not impossible.
Anyway the problem I see with it being made is this. The fans are going to be let down big time, CGI monster are often horrid and practical effects can be just as bad (Anyone seen sanctuary if you want a one two combo knockout punch of those things.) you have someone that cares about having this made and if you have an executive/producer or an executive’s wife on board your good to go. After all you know why they kept making Cheers… I may not have been cheers but some other show like it. Anyway I believe it was Cheers I should re check anyway. The reason it kept going long after it should have been put out to pasture is because the wife of the studio owner loved it. It’s who you know. And Scott you don’t seem ‘appropriately’ slimy enough to know those kinds of people.