At MoviePilot, Katie Granger takes a very nice and thorough look at Legend of Tarzan and gives the kind of reaction that I think is going on in the minds of a lot of people out there in the world of “lets thin about upcoming movies”. She writes:
Odds are when you first heard that Village Roadshow were planning on rebooting a live action version of Tarzan you may have been a little apprehensive about the idea. . . After all, live action / CGI reboots of these types of franchises – never mind the prospect of yet another origin story for the archetypal character – is enough to make anyone worried, given some that have come before. . . .But the trailer for the upcoming The Legend of Tarzan dropped at the end of last year with our first look at the David Yates directed action adventure, and it actually looks not half bad; especially because it draws heavily from the original Edgar Rice Burroughs Tarzan novels rather than other adaptations. . . . And rather than rehashing the origins again it’s going to move forward through the life of Tarzan and Jane, which is a good way to take the franchise at the current time.
Read the full article at MoviePilot.