Re: A ringing endorsement from one of the greats


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Posted by Jay AKA The Letter J at a030-0325.phl2.splitrock.net on August 07, 2001 at 17:38:43:

In Reply to: A ringing endorsement from one of the greats posted by Kevin on August 07, 2001 at 08:09:43:

: Smell that?

: That's the pungent scent of yet another bridge being burnt.

: From Today's New York Post's Page Six Gossip Column

: >>Directors duel

: >>DIRECTOR Kevin ("Chasing Amy") Smith says the "surprise" ending
: >>of Tim Burton's "Planet of the Apes" comes as no surprise -
: >>to anyone who saw it in one of his "Jay and Silent Bob" comic
: >>books three years ago. "My jaw hit the ground when I saw that
: >>scene," Smith told Post movie critic Lou Lumenick. "I think I
: >>got robbed and I'm talking with my lawyers about possibly
: >>suing." Smith's Viewaskew web site features a comic-book image


: >>bearing a close resemblance to the ending of "Apes." But Burton
: >>said, "I have not seen the image and anybody that knows me knows
: >>I do not read comic books. And I especially wouldn't read
: >>anything that was created by Kevin Smith."

: Not even 'Superman Lives', Tim?

: Seriously, though - that'd be an excellent quote for the jacket of a book,
: wouldn't it

That does bare a very close resemblence. it's almost a little to close, considering what it looks like and how the ending of the movie was. who knows, it could've been a coincidnece. but if i were you, and i know someone 's probably brought this up, talk to the writer/writers of the script. Tim didn't write it, so the fact that the ending looked like a picture that was in 1 of your comics 3 years before the movie came out, maybe that is where the idea came from. who knows, I heard Burton shot 4 different endings to PotA to keep it secret and then he picked the best one. who knows what actually happened.


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