Alright. So I love Warriors, and to see it getting a movie is just amazing. The casting choices seem to be pretty good. Jeremy Irons, the voice of Scar in the Lion King I feel is a pretty good choice for Tiger Claw. Sigourney Weave, while I'm a little suspicious, I'm sure will do a great job as Blue Star. Liam Neeson is always a great choice. Though I am a little wary of Sam Worthington and Andrew Garfield for Fire Paw and Grey Paw respectively. One thing I found rather odd though was Carrie Keranen for Runningnose. I thought Runningnose was a guy. Anyway, the cast seems to be pretty good, and the director has done great things before, and I expect great things to come. I have very high hopes and expectations for this movie.
Wow. I never thought of it that way. Though I'm sure the way this will work is that they'll be doing the movies one book at a time, and a lot of that stuff doesn't happen until the 2nd or 3rd one.
And amazing. Or at least it better be, or else I'll completely lose faith in book based movies.
I figure it'll go for a realistic CG approach. That just seems the most logical.
This is the same guy who left in the tormentors. I don't think he'll skip out on too much of the action scenes.
I swear if they do that I'll just lose faith in the film industry all together.
Like I said, they'll probably go the Harry Potter route and do one Book per movie, and probably just do the original series of the first five books.
I found this quote in one of the linked sites and I just had to share it.
"these are otherwise normal cats dipping their little, bean-like toes into the waters of revenge, romance, and political intrigue far from the unaware eyes of humans. That cats have religion, laws, and a complicated clan hierarchy where some cats are designated as deputies, doctors, or warriors"
I feel like it sums up the series pretty well.