Ratner’s “Guitar Hero” Movie Has As Good of a Chance of Getting Made as a Sequel to “Money Talks”

If you thought “Rush Hour” director Brett Ratner was nutty after seeing every movie he’s ever made, wait until you hear about one of his movies that will never get made.

Ratner is trying desperately to do a movie based on the video game “Guitar Hero”, according to the video game blog Kotaku.

Awhile back, he expressed an interest in doing a remake of the video game and now he’s given conformation to “Entertainment Weekly” that he’s actually tried to pitch it. There’s a fine line between tenacity and stupidity and Ratner just took a huge dump on it.

So did his treatment get the green light? Well, you should know since the humiliating laughter of studio executives could be heard clear across the span of the globe. It’s such a bad idea that even Uwe Boll won’t put his greasy mitts on it.

Ratner said the reason he hasn’t gotten permission to do it is because “it’s such a success, it’s like now there’s no reason to make a movie about it.” For once, the movie industry gets it. There is no reason to suck every buck out of something just because it’s success. That’s the video game industry’s job.

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