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Good point; it may turn out to be a giant viral project to promote a future film.I think Steven has some underlying reason for this, I think he's trying to drum up some ideas for a new movie project. I just hope he won't bore us by putting his own family problems in the movie like he has done in the past. I really disliked his versoin of WAR OF THE WORLDS, he changed it too much. There is a low-budget tv British version of H.G.Wells classic that is about 3 hours long, and I found it quite exciting and cool because it was really close to the original book. I found it on DVD and I've seen it twice.
Hey Steven, what are you really up to? I hope you're not doing this to profit off of people who are seeking help. Hmm.
KEVIN: "Do you happen to know the publisher of the DVD British version of WAR OF THE WORLDS you found?"
Thanks for the info! I enjoy watching sci-fi films from around the world and, in this case, seeing how the same story is often interpreted differently.The DVD is titled: H.G.Wells The War of the Worlds
The website printed on the back of the DVD: www.pendragonpictures.com
Pubished by: STERLING
Manufactured in the USA
I hope you find it Kevin, I came across it at a convenient store called CVS, about three years ago.