History Trivia / CyBorg

25th Jul '16 1:25:40 PM crazyrabbits
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* This film is one of the movies that Creator/RogerEbert put on his [[RogerEbertMostHatedFilmList most hated list.]]

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* This film is one of the movies that Creator/RogerEbert put on his [[RogerEbertMostHatedFilmList most hated list.]]
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17th Jul '16 10:14:30 AM nombretomado
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The script was written with the idea of ChuckNorris playing the lead, [[ExecutiveMeddling but producers Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus convinced Pyun to cast Jean-Claude Van Damme instead]] after his success in Film/{{Bloodsport}}.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The script was written with the idea of ChuckNorris Creator/ChuckNorris playing the lead, [[ExecutiveMeddling but producers Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus convinced Pyun to cast Jean-Claude Van Damme instead]] after his success in Film/{{Bloodsport}}.
3rd May '16 3:07:12 PM Yinyang107
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!The Film
5th Jan '16 9:21:34 PM jameygamer
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Wanting to recuperate some of the money and time invested, Albert Pyun was tasked to come with a project that could use the production assets like sets and costumes of both failed projects. Pyun came up with the story in a weekend. $500,000 dollars and 24 days of frenetic shooting and editing later, ''Cyborg'' was finshed.\\

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Wanting to recuperate some of the money and time invested, Albert Pyun was tasked to come with a project that could use the production assets like sets and costumes of both failed projects. Pyun came up with the story in a weekend. $500,000 dollars and 24 days of frenetic shooting and editing later, ''Cyborg'' was finshed.finished.\\



** Albert Pyun's original vision was going to be a black and white film with little dialogue.

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** Albert Pyun's original vision was going to be a black and white film with little dialogue.dialogue.
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* This film is one of the movies that Creator/RogerEbert put on his [[RogerEbertMostHatedFilmList most hated list.]]
14th Oct '15 5:53:53 PM falcon2484
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** Stuntman Jackson "Rock" Pinckney was accidentally injured on the set when Van Damme slashed his eye with a knife. He sued Van Damme and recovered a little under half a million dollars.

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** Stuntman Jackson "Rock" Pinckney was accidentally injured on the set Pinckney, who played one of Fender's pirates, lost his eye during filming when Van Damme slashed accidentally struck his eye with a prop knife. He Pinckney sued Van Damme in a North Carolina court and recovered a little under half a million dollars.was awarded $485,000.
14th Oct '15 5:52:45 PM falcon2484
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** Stuntman Jackson Pinckney was accidentally injured on the set when Van Damme slashed his eye with a knife. He sued Van Damme and recovered a little under half a million dollars.

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** Stuntman Jackson "Rock" Pinckney was accidentally injured on the set when Van Damme slashed his eye with a knife. He sued Van Damme and recovered a little under half a million dollars.
14th Oct '15 5:52:11 PM falcon2484
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** Stuntman Jackson Pinckney was accidentally injured on the set when Van Damme slashed his eye with a knife. He sued Van Damme and recovered a little under half a million dollars.
24th Apr '15 3:18:35 AM cernex
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Wanting to recuperate some of the money and time invested, Albert Pyun was tasked to come with a project that could use the production assets like sets and costumes of both failed projects. Pyun came up with the story in a weekend. $500,000 dollars and 24 days of frenetic shooting and editing later, ''Cyborg'' was released.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The script was written with the idea of ChuckNorris playing the lead, [[ExecutiveMeddling but co-producer Menahem Golan cast Jean-Claude Van Damme instead]] for still unknown reasons.

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Wanting to recuperate some of the money and time invested, Albert Pyun was tasked to come with a project that could use the production assets like sets and costumes of both failed projects. Pyun came up with the story in a weekend. $500,000 dollars and 24 days of frenetic shooting and editing later, ''Cyborg'' was finshed.\\
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A test screening was made which ended in disaster where from a hundred people surveyed only one person liked the film. Producers Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus tried to convince Creator/JeanClaudeVanDamme to allow them to release the movie as it was. Instead, Van Damme convinced both producers to let him edit the film as he had done previously with Film/{{Bloodsport}} and asked them for 2 months, after which ''Cyborg'' was finally
released.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The script was written with the idea of ChuckNorris playing the lead, [[ExecutiveMeddling but co-producer producers Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus convinced Pyun to cast Jean-Claude Van Damme instead]] for still unknown reasons.after his success in Film/{{Bloodsport}}.
5th Jan '15 7:32:35 PM AP
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* TheOtherDarrin: Cash is played by Angelina Jolie in Part 2 but a different actress in Part 3.
5th Jan '15 4:39:06 AM AP
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The script was written with the idea of ChuckNorris playing the lead, [[ExecutiveMeddling but co-producer Menahem Golan cast Jean-Claude Van Damme instead]] for still unknown reasons.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The script was written with the idea of ChuckNorris playing the lead, [[ExecutiveMeddling but co-producer Menahem Golan cast Jean-Claude Van Damme instead]] for still unknown reasons.reasons.
** Albert Pyun's original vision was going to be a black and white film with little dialogue.
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