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Hot on the heels of The Great Gatsby's box office success, Hollywood has optioned the Medieval Times chain of historical reenactments/restaurants for a movie deal. This could be the biggest display of theme-restaurant synergy to hit the silver screen since Mac and Me: [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
The Medieval Times theme restaurant chain is being developed as a potential film series.
Every time you think the movie industry is completely out of ideas, they prove that there are even more unoriginal concepts than you can possibly imagine, and producers will throw money at. Thu...
The bridge is yours. -I’m not sure why we’re getting a Medieval Times movie when The Knights Of Badassdom is still in limbo. -Univision is adapting Breaking Bad. -Apparently Joss Whedon’s fans make him feel old. -How Homeland found its cast. -Brenda Chapman is justifiably displeased with the makeover her creation, Merida, is getting from [...]
Are you familiar with the themed restaurant Medieval Times? Perhaps you glimpsed the glorious dinner theater in the 1996 movie The Cable Guy and thought to yourself, "Surely this nirvana, this Heaven on Earth is not a real place tha...
Hey, Game of Thrones fans! You like swords and feasting, right? Have we got a film experience for you! Medieval Times, the nine venue-strong entertainment chain that brings all the best parts of the Middle Ages like jousts and the plague...Show More Summary
In one of the most bizarre announcements of an adaptation since some crazy people were talking about making Monopoly into a movie, it looks like someone out there wants to bring restaurant franchise Medieval Times to the big screen. In case you are unfamiliar, Medieval Times is a feast-like restaurant that provides its customers with [...]
'Twill look great but taste mediocre.
Action figures, board games, and amusement park rides have been turned into movies with varying degrees of success in recent years. Now studio execs have hit upon another, even more unexpected source of inspiration: restaurants. Or one restaurant, anyway. Benderspink and Broken Road are teaming to make a movie based on Medieval Times, the Middle [...]
Broken Road Films is basing this adventure on the infamous food chain that allows customers to eat while watching Knights battle. [...]
While we suspect that we’re not the only people who have always found that eating with our hands, getting drunk off cheap beer in goblets, and screaming bloody murder at total strangers to be the real draw of visiting a Medieval Times...Show More Summary
A production consortium composed of Broken Road, Benderspink, and your dad who only sees you on weekends since the divorce have pooled their resources to take you to chainmail chain restaurant Medieval Times, Deadline reports. But you...Show More Summary
Beaks here... A few years ago, a producer friend of mine told me that one of the studios was very seriously considering making a film based on the Jolly Green Giant. It was pure corporate thinking: several generations of people haveShow More Summary
TV shows, novels, comic books, video games, toys and board games have all been made into movies. But how about a restaurant? Yes, there's been plenty of comedies like Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle or Waiting... where the focus is...Show More Summary
Benderspink and Broken Road have secured the rights to develop the themed restaurant chain Medieval Times into a feature film, Deadline reports. With nine locations across the United States, the company's own official restaurant description...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: The production companies Benderspink and Broken Road have teamed up to make a rights deal with the Middle Ages-centric Medieval Times. Their aim is to take the branded dinner and tournament venue and get medieval on turning it into a feature film property. Show More Summary
While walking around the centre of Milan, it is hard to believe that the city was, in Medieval times, an important port, with a whole network of canals used to transport goods in and out of the city and the surrounding region of Lombardy. As canals became less important as a method of transport, many [...]Show More Summary
The world probably doesn't categorically suck any more right now than it did in medieval times when you only lived for three decades and were more likely to die by dysentery (if you were lucky). But lately it's sure as hell seemed like we've been dealt existential angst in spades. Show More Summary