Recently having watched 'Annihilation', I got reminded about all the news about the film industry, the scandals, the movies themselves and how the film industry has been creatively bankrupt for a number of years now, with some really bright exceptions here and there (in the case of 'Annihilation' - albeit based on an amazing book, or so I've heard since I haven't read it yet).
Reboots, sequels, adaptations of...well, practically *anything* that's come out circa 1980 or so, and more often that *I* see, way back in 2000. This might be the liquor, but is it just me or have Spiderman and the Hulk had more than a *bunch* of movies in the past almost decade and a half rehashing the same origin story?
Anyways, I had a thought that eventually, someone, sometime, somewhere when the creatively bankrupt will find the 'The Division' or stories of a similar type will be discovered and picked up for adaptation. I really do hope they do it justice but if not then at I hope they pull off at least two things right.
Please don't cast JLaw for any part except a random victim that gets converted into a grey drone in the background.
Tammy is a redhead and please *do* cast Deborah Ann Woll of 'True Blood' and 'Daredevil' fame.