Sorry guys, due my own procrastination and being sick there will be no new post on Quasimodo d’el Paris this week but I won’t leave you with nothing.
I was seeing if there was any new info on the Max Ryan version of Hunchback when I saw on IMDB that the only cast for this movie is now Max Ryan as The Hunchback and Steven Berkoff as Advisor.
Does this mean that the ‘pivotal’ roles of the Giant and the Figment have been cut? Maybe, movies do get rewritten even as they are being made (though this Hunchback version is still in pre-production). Fun Fact Gone with the Wind was getting rewrite like everyday of filming and went through three directors.
Another possibility is that the cast they has listed are no longer attached to the project so the roles just aren’t listed and there will be The Giant and The Figment. I mean, Esmeralda and Frollo were never listed but at one point prior to the movie getting a listing on IMDB there actors in negotiations for the parts, Monica Cruz and John Rhys-Davies. I think this is the case because I for one and very curious about the Giant and the figment and at the same time scared.
Due to personal reasons and being quite sick I’m going to have postpone the review for this week. Usually I’m better at scheduling posts if I know I’m going to be busy but I didn’t count on getting sick, it happens. Hopefully next week I will make up for this post, so maybe two review post next week, it depends.
In the meantime if you haven’t voted in the poll yet, you can. It looks like French Parody one is winning.
What should be the next version?
Quasimodo d'el Paris (53%, 9 Votes)
The Dingo Version (35%, 6 Votes)
Other (PLEASE say what it is in the comments) (12%, 2 Votes)
I really can’t believe it’s been five years since this little blog began. Much like last year I want to express my thanks to everyone who reads, enjoys or just pass through here. Any interest means a lot to me. I’m sorry I don’t have more for this post because five years deserves a little more but I have been a little burnt out of late I admit. I do hope to continue the blog longer but I don’t know what the future holds but at least there will be TWO New Hunchback movie versions very soon, hopefully.
Sometimes it feels like ever since I started this blog there has been more Hunchback stuff around but it’s probably because I’m just noticing it more but in my little vain heart I think it’s because of me and this blog ^_~.
Anyway again thank you everyone for Five years. Maybe next year I can release a joke Hunchback E-book I have been wanting to write.
Do to some personal reasons, there will be no anti-hyptheical casting post today. I had asked for suggestions on Facebook so that is why I’m mentioning but I can’t get it out for today. I’m sorry, it will be out next week and maybe I will do two casting posts in August since people like seem to enjoy them.
Anyway Enjoy this video that is a Notre Dame de Paris blast from the past,
Again, next week will be an anti-hypothecial casting post on Jim Carrey as Clopin.
As Long as there’s a moon Disney Hunchback of Notre Dame
I’m happy and excited to announce June is going to be a theme month for the blog and it’s going to be WEDDINGS. I actually like wedding in theory because I like the idea of prettiness and romance but I sort don’t love going to them but that isn’t the point. June is one of the most popular times to get married and since there were three kinda weddings in Hunchback there is a precedent for the theme and I have been wanting to do another theme month.
So here are the scheduling for the month since I’m going to postpone the regular posts but going to keep the some general ideas for the days.
Mondays – the weddings in the novel
Tuesdays – how the movies handled the weddings
Wednesday – Fun Hunchback wedding stuff, I hope
Thursday – Bad Wedding movies, it’s not too far removed from live-action fairy tales ^_~.
This blog started four years ago today. Two years ago I wrote a retrospective and last year released a Christmas e-book, this year I have nothing except to say thank you to all of you who read and enjoy this blog.
I had sort had intended to write my thoughts on where the blog is now and the future of it but I will hold off on that for now. Whatever happens in the future though I’m very grateful for the readership.
So in honor of the blog’s 100oth, I have a few little announcements to make.
Since I don’t live super very away from New Jersey, I would like to try and go to the Hunchback Musical at the Papermills Playhouse in New Jersey. However since I’m primarily a blogger by trade I don’t have the funds to go on my own so I’m trying to crowd fund it.
If you would like to be a wonderful person and help me and the blog out to go to this musical, here is the link to donate, http://www.gofundme.com/h0h4z4 .
Anything you can give towards this is very much appreciated.
November is Nation Novel Writing Month (http://nanowrimo.org) and I’m trying participating. I’m writing a novel based on what I know which is me and blogging and ripping part Disney movies. Basically I’m parodying myself, the blog and online reviewing and I’m having such fun doing it.
I’m hoping publish it at some point. Also speaking of Hunchblog related book I’m planning on writing one using blog posts from the 1939 version and greatly expanding on it in a much more in-depth way.
This isn’t quite a formal announcement but I’m considering signing up for Patreon for the blog which offer special content to patrons but I’m a little apprehend about it. It takes a lot for to sign up for things like that. Gofundme took some effort to go for. I
Thank you guys so much for your support and interested in the blog, I really appreciate it. And I hope for another 1000 posts and thehunchblog’s birthday is in another month so that is exciting.
It’s theHunchblog third year of reviewing Hunchback versions. And for the occasion I have decided to release my very first Hunchback eBook.
The Hunchback & The Tales of Christmas
I have been wanting to write something Hunchback related for a while but I never had any good ideas. Over the last few months, I have thought up a few good ideas but with the Holidays coming, I decided to write a short Christmas Story centered around Quasimodo. Then I decided to write two more short stories about Frollo and Phoebus. I call it very simply, The Hunchback & The Tales of Christmas. I’m very happy I finally wrote an eBook.
You can get for $0.99 by clicking the button below or the picture above;
I hope you guys enjoy it ^^ and please continue to support theHunchblog in 2014.
Since I took a survey of Architecture once in college this clearly makes me an expert in the subject. Every Monday in September the Hunchblog is going to look at the building behind the book Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral.