Convince New Line to greenlight Compass sequels!

Scott Hutch
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Ever feel that The Golden Compass was too watered down on the religious aspects Or too short on running time Or even not violent enough Not enough character developement Want to see what should have been the finlae on the big screen Would you have rathered Compass was more faithful Pining for a closer adaption to the books There's only one chance. New Line are soon to decide the fate of this trilogy (what had the potential to do so well). Many of the fans were disappointed and know that with a less hacked and butchered adaption, it could have been more of a hit. If you would like to see The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass more faithful to the books then we have to convince New Line to greenlight them. Their original plan was to take out anything from Compass that would prevent it from being a hit and then make the sequels more faithful. So no, they did not remove them completely. These elements would have been shown in the next two. So come on! We have to do our best to convince New Line!

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