After a lengthy delay, Baz Luhrmann's adaptation of The Great Gatsby has finally arrived in theaters. And judging from last week's box office figures, the director behind films like Romeo + Juliet and Moulin Rouge hasn't lost his touch.
Adapting such a venerated novel was no easy task. And the fact that he managed as well as he did has us wondering if Luhrmann might be the ideal candidate for another long-awaited adaptation that many fear will never happen. A BioShock movie has been in the offing for years now, but sadly, several directors have come and gone and the project is no closer to fruition after all this time. But we have a notion that Luhrmann might be just the director to put that project back on track. Would you kindly read our reasons why and let us know what you think in the comments section below?
Yesterday, we found out that Nintendo started to claim ad revenue from YouTube Let's Plays. We asked what you thought on Facebook and Twitter. Here's some of the responses you gave:
Results were heavily weighted towards no. Twitter on the other hand, was more inclined to side with Nintendo.