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Think the Deadwood movies will get done?

Think the Deadwood movies will get done?

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    ChicksHateMe

    [1]Jan 18, 2007
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    I wonder if they will even get done. Seems so long ago now, and with all the Actors left out in the cold, to try to gather them all back for two - 2 hour movies seems like a stretch.  I think Viewers of Deadwood and Carnival got hosed.
    Edited on 01/23/2007 1:54pm
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    chriseternal

    [2]Jan 24, 2007
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    Apparently, yes, the movies are still going to be done this year.
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    Brooks1878

    [3]Feb 8, 2007
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    I will refuse to buy the third season on DvD untill production of the 2 movies begin,I feel shafted,big time
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    entity0

    [4]Feb 9, 2007
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    Brooks1878 wrote:
    I will refuse to buy the third season on DvD untill production of the 2 movies begin,I feel shafted,big time
    tell me about it, i couldnt believe the ending. i wanted to see seth beat hearst to a bloody pulp. i also wanted to see wyatt stay a while to help!
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    TeenAngst73

    [5]Feb 13, 2007
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    They'll get done alright. Isn't it under contract? It'll just take... YEARS.
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    osa420

    [6]Mar 20, 2007
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    If they don't conclude it properly, then this will be one of the worst endings for a TV show ever. At least with Carnivale, there was some conclusion, as weak as it was.
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    vulgrin

    [7]Mar 24, 2007
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    [QUOTE="entity0"]
    Brooks1878 wrote:
    tell me about it, i couldnt believe the ending. i wanted to see seth beat hearst to a bloody pulp. i also wanted to see wyatt stay a while to help!


    But, Deadwood tries to stay close to history, and Hearst didn't die in Deadwood, and the Earps quickly left. Further proof that sometimes history just doesn't make the best entertainment - and the bad guys DO win a lot of the time.
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    BadSumeritan

    [9]Apr 17, 2007
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    SWEARGN!

    - Mr. Wu
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    Rastamo

    [10]May 9, 2007
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    Really hope that sweagen get revenge from Hearst!
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    quote12

    [11]May 9, 2007
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    Hmmm... that's possible only if Swearengen fathers a child who grows up to finance "Citizen Kane." Otherwise, George Hearst was one of the great American success stories, with all that implies. Think of Sen. Bluto Blutarsky from "Animal House," except with lots of gold and silver.
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    sunlust

    [12]May 28, 2007
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    quote12 wrote:
    Hmmm... that's possible only if Swearengen fathers a child who grows up to finance "Citizen Kane." Otherwise, George Hearst was one of the great American success stories, with all that implies. Think of Sen. Bluto Blutarsky from "Animal House," except with lots of gold and silver.

    lol - good offering.

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    bigger_kel

    [13]Jun 13, 2007
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    I hope they do get them done cos I want it to have a proper series finale and not get cut off.
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    schuck

    [14]Jun 15, 2007
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    [QUOTE="vulgrin"]
    entity0 wrote:
    Brooks1878 wrote:
    tell me about it, i couldnt believe the ending. i wanted to see seth beat hearst to a bloody pulp. i also wanted to see wyatt stay a while to help!
    But, Deadwood tries to stay close to history, and Hearst didn't die in Deadwood, and the Earps quickly left. Further proof that sometimes history just doesn't make the best entertainment - and the bad guys DO win a lot of the time.
    yeah but alot of the characters in deadwood are bad guys. sopranos too. but, in the end it seems they did mostly get away.
    Edited on 06/15/2007 3:09am
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    -McFly-

    [15]Jul 4, 2007
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    Timothy Olyphant: "Don't Hold Your Breath" for Those 'Deadwood' movies."

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    ireallylovetv

    [16]Jul 16, 2007
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    If those mother******* don't make this ******* movie I will personally take a mother******* horse **** and **** them till they **** or agree to make this ******* movie. MOTHER*******!
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    niptuckSean

    [17]Jul 17, 2007
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    I'd probably say 98% they don't get made, and 2% they do. Either way they will delay the announcement that they won't be made in order to keep people on their subscriptions.
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    roxbaby69

    [18]Jul 18, 2007
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    I would love 2 see even 1 movie made. Any way 2 get a little closure.

    1 of the reasons I heard that the alleged movies might not happen is b/c many of the actors have gone on 2 other projects. I have seen most of the main characters other series, but always as a guest star.that is except 4 Jim Beaver (Ellsworth) who was killed off anyway.

    Is there any thread or site 2 find out where the actors are & what they r doing now?

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    ireallylovetv

    [19]Jul 19, 2007
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    I swear to God I will freak if they bail on the Deadwood movies. The only ****ing reason I have HBO is to watch Deadwood. Why am I even subscribing? To see some old movie I saw in the theater for the 30th time?

    **** Milch and ***** HBO. If they don't do these movies, it's *****ING WAR.

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    ChicksHateMe

    [20]Aug 27, 2008
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    Looks like they forgot about their fans, or they think we forgot about Deadwood.

    Seems a LOT less likely now.

    Bummer.

    Deadwood and Carnavale. REEL us in and hang us out to dry.

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