All-female Lord of the Flies adaptation sparks backlash

All-female Lord of the Flies adaptation sparks backlash
All-female 'Lord of the Flies' remake will be directed by two men
A new adaptation of Lord of the Flies has drawn widespread criticism on social media for reimagining William Golding's 1954 novel with a major twist – looking at what would happen if all those shipwrecked on the island were girls. The all-female remake

Scott McGehee and David Siegel of Warner Bros. announced their plans yesterday to adapt William Golding's 1954 novel Lord of the Flies in a new film, with one key difference: the school boys stranded on an island would be replaced with girls. But …
The following article is entirely the opinion of Lorenzo Tanos and does not reflect the views of . There's a lot of noise going around about the planned all-female Lord of the Flies remake, and it shouldn't be surprising that there's also …

All-female 'Lord of the Flies' remake will be directed by two men

The All-Female 'Lord of the Flies' Remake Has People Seriously Confused

Plan for All-Female 'Lord of the Flies' Remake Sparks Social Media Backlash
Plan for All-Female 'Lord of the Flies' Remake Sparks Social Media Backlash
Remakes, reboots, and sequels are often doomed to be crushed under the weight of heavy critical criticism, but in the case of the recently announced Lord of the Flies refresh, trouble has begun before production has even kicked off. Earlier this week … . 'Lord of the Flies' is getting an all-girl makeover courtesy of Warner Bros. The above image is from the 1963 film adaptation. (British Film Institute). The Hollywood recycle, reduce and reuse strategy of content creation has reached a new level of …

All-female Lord of the Flies remake faces major backlash

A view shows the iconic Hollywood sign overlooking Southern California's film-and-television hub in the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles, California January 1, 2017. Hollywood has been remaking films with all-female casts in recent years. ― Reuters … . Female-centric remakes are the newest Hollywood trend — and why shouldn't they be? Audiences are craving female-driven stories and nostalgia these days, so combining the two seems like a guaranteed slam dunk. But not every male-driven classic works

There have been a lot of remakes, reboots and revivals over the years, and a recent trend has been taking properties and shifting them so they have all girl casts. The most prominent of these remakes has been last year's Ghostbusters reboot, but a new

'Lord of the Flies' is getting the 'Ghostbusters' treatment, new film set to swap boys for girls

ByEleanor Tremeer, writer at Creators.co: MP staff. I talk about Star Wars a lot. Sometimes I'm paid for it. More ramblings on Twitter @ExtraTremeerial: Eleanor Tremeer. Today in Adaptations That Should Never Happen: two men decide that a female … . William Golding's classic 1954 novel Lord of the Flies has been required reading in high schools and universities for decades now. A new movie based on the book is set to turn the story on its head, though, by gender-swapping the story's protagonists …

The Hollywood trend of remaking classic films with a gender-swapped cast (like Ghostbusters and the upcoming Ocean's Eight) continued this week with the announcement that the classic novel Lord of the Flies would get a new film adaptation starring a … . It was announced Wednesday that Warner Bros. will remake “Lord of the Flies” with an all-female cast directed by two men. Scott McGehee and David Siegel will write and direct the new version, based on the original novel by Noble-prize winning author

Twitter Is Not Happy About This All-Female 'Lord Of The Flies' Remake

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A planned film adaptation of “Lord of the Flies,” the 1954 novel that examined the inherent evil of humanity through an island of boys without adult supervision, will have a provocative twist: This time, the island will be full of girls. The concept …

Yesterday, it was announced that Warner Brothers would be remaking Lord of the Flies with an all-female cast, but written and directed by two men. And guess what? The Internet isn't really down for it. The story choice in particular is what is drawing …


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