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Maybe not... fionwe1987 Send a noteboard - 10/02/2015 01:57:36 AM

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(Personally, I don't).

The only way REE could automatically extend their possession of the rights to adapt the series (for TV, for games) was to hastily put together anything with the WOT title and broadcast it before time ran out, which it appears they did, in secret of Harriet and al, and they bought an informercial slot to broadcast it.

Now they'll have many more years to do nothing with them.

Otherwise the rights were about to revert imminently to RJ's succession and Harriet hoped it would be the case as REE has been dragging its feet for a whole lot of years now, and she would have preferred to sell them to someone else.

Wert was saying over at Westeros that Courts tend to throw out these kinds of last minute videos as against the spirit of the agreement. Fingers crossed that happens here.

Reply to message it looks like the pilot of a WoT TV show is airing on FXX in about 4 hours. - 09/02/2015 02:46:54 AM 777 Views
I saw that too... - 09/02/2015 04:34:56 AM 539 Views
I have a short review posted on my site now - 09/02/2015 07:42:05 AM 591 Views
That's pretty bad news... for those who care about adaptations anyway - 09/02/2015 03:52:14 PM 476 Views
Maybe not... - 10/02/2015 01:57:36 AM 489 Views
Huh. - 09/02/2015 07:54:56 PM 539 Views
This was a desperate ploy to keep the rights. May not work - 10/02/2015 01:56:24 AM 486 Views
At the very least - 10/02/2015 05:14:54 AM 448 Views
Yep. Verge and Wired reported on this... - 10/02/2015 05:25:03 AM 452 Views
Re: This was a desperate ploy to keep the rights. May not work - 11/02/2015 03:32:49 AM 405 Views
And now Red Eagle is apparently suing Harriet.. - 16/02/2015 11:28:47 PM 828 Views

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