From TG Daily by David Konow
Even though Hollywood often seems like it is out of ideas, there are still plenty of franchises in the vaults waiting to be reborn, and then rebooted a scant 10 years later.
In this regard, I’m rather curious as to where Tarzan could land in today’s pop culture landscape. Now that director David Yates is done with the Harry Potter series, it’s been reported on Deadline he may be up to revive Tarzan, the legendary lord of the jungle that was created by Edgar Rice Burroughs, who also wrote John Carter.
Warner Brothers apparently owns the movies rights to the legendary ape man, and perhaps they want to keep Yates under the studio umbrella and help bring back one of their most legendary properties.
All this comes at a rather interesting time because there’s now an Edgar Rice Burroughs postage stamp to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of Tarzan and John Carter. As website TheJohnCarterFiles tells us, the stamp is a “forever” stamp, which means you can use it to send something First Class forever, no matter how much postage rates change in the future.
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