Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud
Last I had heard, Fincher was back into the sequel, The Girl That Played With Fire. He's out of 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea due to the box office disappointments of both John Carter and The Lone Ranger. Disney no longer wanted to put up $200 million plus for a film destined to not find an audience.
The biggest issue now is scheduling. With Bond 24 set to shoot soon, Daniel Craig's availability is now in question. It all depends on when a suitable script is accepted.
I would think 20,000 leagues would have a better chance of drawing the audience it needs. Why is they think they have to throw $200 million at all these movies anyway?