Hungry Hippos – the movie: the next step

As it seems clear that Hungry Hippos – the movie is potentially the most marketable of the games into movies discussed earlier it is time to consider how best to progress the project.  I will be e-mailing the game producers, and one or two film companies with suggestions.  And here, dear reader, is where you can help.  Are there any matters that should be brought to the attention of the suits in relation to this project, possible directors (Uwe Boll has been suggested for some strange reason –  Is it worth contacting the great man himself?), a possible plot, or one line pitch (hey, “they’re hippos, they’re here; and they’re hungry” – but is that good enough?)?  Any suggestions you make will be gratefully received and incorporated into the e-mails sent.

My e-mail account is ready, and my alter ego in place.  Fresh from unsuccessful applications for international and club football managers jobs it is time to turn to the movies.

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I watch the telly and read when not doing law stuff and plugging my decade and a half old unwatched Edinburgh fringe show.
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3 Responses to Hungry Hippos – the movie: the next step

  1. lonemagpie says:

    Mentioning Uwe’s hardly strange – who else is notorious for making silly movies out of daft games?

  2. I have been pondering this. I think you should have a poll getting people to chose between the 12 possible strap lines
    (the 6 permuations of ‘they’re hippos’, ‘they’re here’, ‘they’re hungry’, with and without an ‘and’ between the 2nd and 3rd).

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