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:
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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?
by Daisy Mariposa 5 years ago
Many people have seen a movie more than once. What is the movie you have seen the most times?How many times have you seen the movie? Why do you like it? Who are the stars in it?
by Lindie 6 years ago
What is one movie you have seen a million times and still wouldn't mind watching right now?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
What makes people believe in superstitions more relevant to medieval times which are no longerrelevant to the 21st century? What makes people hold on to such archaic superstitious remnants in terms of beliefs?
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