Friday, April 26, 2013

New Roger Rabbit posters!

Good news everyone!
Our good friend Gary Wolf has revealed some new concept art for The Stooge and new Roger Rabbit shorts. has posted four new posters made by Douglas Sirois.
Along with the posters you'll also find a brief interview Movieweb did with Gary Wolf where he spills some more details. The movie will be set in Disneyland and will feature none other than Walt Disney and Orson Welles, brought back to life with motion-capture.

Thursday, April 18, 2013

First draft drawings of “Roger Rabbit”

$T2eC16FHJIQE9qUHrjflBRcIQ0uINg~~60_57$T2eC16dHJF4FFkZgJytvBRcIQ1HQ7!~~60_57$T2eC16VHJGIFFopzeT3QBRcIQ1ZG8!~~60_57 Sometimes I wander into eBay just for looking all the neat stuff related to “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” that’s on sale or auction. Usually I find the very same stuff that we know already (plush dolls, exclusive figurines and statues, pins, posters and rare collectibles) but once in a while I find something that really gets my interest. The above drawings are one of those things.

As you already know, movie rights for “Who Censored Roger Rabbit” were bought by Disney back in 1981 and there were plans to film a blockbuster feature based in the novel, until the project lost some steam and was shelved –only to be rescued in 1985, fully revamped and backed up by Steven Spielberg and Michael Eisner. The drawings on the following eBay auction are supposedly some of the first drafts of the main characters from the still heavily-based-on-novel project:

1988 (sic) Original First Draft Drawings of Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Although they’re actually photocopies and the seller is wrong on the year they were probably sketched, those drawings are actually great and help us to get the whole idea of how several of the characters we know did look back in the early stages of pre-production.

If you plan to get them, better hurry! =)

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Richard LeParmentier (Lt. Santino and Admiral Motti) dies at 66 years old


As reported by Daily Mail Online, Richard LeParmentier (who Roger Rabbit fans know as the Lt. Santino, and Star Wars fans know as Admiral Motti) passed away yesterday. He was only 66 years old, and the circumstances about his death are still unknown.

Farewell, Mr. LeParmentier. May your soul rest in peace.

Thanks to our own Daniel Kimbrell for the tip.

Monday, April 8, 2013

Roger Rabbit cast and crew interview

I found this video over at where several of the cast and crew were interviewed for the film's 25th anniversary.