I admit it, I liked John Carter. I know that might be a little controversial, but I’m making no apologies. I was looking forward to seeing where the movies went and what Carter’s journey would eventually be. Alas, it was not to be, But perhaps never say never?
Disney, who were quite clear that they weren’t going to back another Carter movie after Andrew Stanton’s movie cost them a bomb, have lost the rights to making a TV series or movie – not that I’d imagine they are too annoyed – and Egar Rice Burroughs Inc are now looking for someone else to take the property on and flesh it out and treat it like it deserves. It is, after all, a movie with a now not insignificant cult following.
Edgar Rice Burroughs Inc’s President James Sullos says: “We will be seeking a new partner to help develop new adventures on film as chronicled in the eleven Mars novels Burroughs wrote. This adventure never stops.
So what say you? Would you like to see Carter return or is it best left in the dust? Let us know…
Source: Den of Geek