You have to see things from the point of view these people. Argento, Scott, Elfman. You create something that is considered unique, dearly loved by many. And then someone else comes in, someone very successful, highly regarded here and there, and wants to put their own mark in what was previously your zone, your achievement. It's hard to be fair, or generous here, it's hard to subdue your negative feelings.
Andrews refused to do a cameo in the new Poppins, citing that she does not want to interfere as Blunt is trying to make the character, her own. But one can't help but to wonder, if this whole thing is understandably painful for her. Mark Hamill as another example or Ford, etc.
I don't know, I can kind of relate with these people's mindsets. I cut them some slack.£
Yeah, but those individuals (excluding Elfman) have been relatively respectful with the way they've handled talking about it. Definitely not the case with Argento, especially this soon after it's come out.
Just spent too much money for a limited edition EP of unreleased music Yorke made for the film (limited to 1500 copies). Contains 15 minutes of unreleased material. I'll probably post a rip of it here for anyone interested (m4) if it doesn't get a digital release.