As some of you may know, Medieval Times is a themed restaurant that looks like a castle where people eat modern foods like Pepsi, Pizza and etc; while enjoying a live action show with actors performing stunts and acts right out of Medieval Times.
Some of you may have seen a little movie called "The Cable Guy" featured a scene involving this same restaurant. Well anyways, Clevvermovies has announced that Hollywood is currently developing a movie based on the Medieval Times restaurant, and looks to be turning it into a franchise.
I know some readers might be rolling their eyes at this, but I do want to point out one thing. "Pirates of the Caribbean" was based on a Disney theme park ride, and that surprisingly worked on the big screen. Therefore, is it possible that a Medieval Times movie could work? Or do you think that all this means is that Hollywood is running out of ideas?
Edit: By the way, if you all want to know more information, then check out the link below:
Great reply, Stevennix. I literally laughed out loud! And I was actually nodding as I read the original post because I was thinking of The Cable Guy when I saw your title. But how will this franchise be any different than any other movies set in medieval times?