Movies Stuck In Development Limbo We Want To See (UPDATE)

What is Development Limbo? Pretty much, it is when a film gets through scripting, casting, and even a few stages, but for whatever reason, loss of funding, a production company backs out, an actor or actress quit, they are put on hold. Several entries on my previous lists have been made, but many still linger…

‘Scoob’ Review- One Too Many Zoinks

‘Scoob‘ is a Warner Animation Group feature film based on one of Hanna-Barbera’s most iconic properties, known other than Scooby-Doo and the teenaged sleuths of Mystery, Inc. It is directed by Tony Cervone and features an all-star cast. The film opens with how young Shaggy (Iain Armitage) meets a puppy whom he names Scooby-Doo (Frank…

‘Spenser Confidential’ Review- Plenty Of Boston Accents

Mark Wahlberg co-produces and stars in ‘Spencer Confidential,’ a Netflix action-comedy based on a fictional novel by author Ace Atkins. Peter Berg takes over the director’s chair, making this his fifth collaboration with Wahlberg. Former Boston police officer Spenser (Mark Wahlberg) gets out of prison after serving five years for assaulting his superior Captain John…

10 Movies To Watch On Memorial Day 2018

Memorial Day is a good day to stand up and salute because we live in the United States of America. We have several branches of the military that produce incredibly brave men and women who stand up and fight for our freedoms. This long weekend, be sure to remember them and say a prayer for…

Top Films Rescued From Development Volume 2

Development Limbo is where good scripts go to be buried if they cannot find funding or a script keeps getting rewritten. Some never see the light of day, but others can finally come to fruition. You read Volume 1 of top films rescued from Development Limbo, now here are another ten for you to look…

Movies Stuck In Development Limbo We Want To See Part 1

Ever hear of Development Limbo? Probably. Different pop culture websites have mentioned these undeveloped Hollywood films in there. It is basically where planned films go to die. There is still an option for them, but no one is picking it up or making it. Sadly, there are several films there that need to be made.…