History Trivia / PitchBlack

2nd Apr '16 4:01:24 PM Morgenthaler
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* TheCastShowoff: Sort of. VinDiesel really can [[AbnormalLimbRotationRange rotate his arms]] they way he did to escape, but the scene shown was accomplished with CGI since the way the cuffs were crafted made the stunt too difficult.

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* TheCastShowoff: Sort of. VinDiesel really can [[AbnormalLimbRotationRange rotate his arms]] they the way he did to escape, but the scene shown was accomplished with CGI since the way the cuffs were crafted made the stunt too difficult.
2nd Apr '16 4:01:00 PM Morgenthaler
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Shazza is [[Series/{{Farscape}} Aeryn Sun]]!
24th Dec '15 9:50:18 AM Megazord
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* RetroactiveRecognition: On deeper look, [[{{Series/PowerRangersMysticForce}} Mystic Force]] fan will recognize Ali, the boy who gets first mauled by the baby creatures as Firass Dirani, who played Nick Russel, the Red Ranger in the show

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* RetroactiveRecognition: On deeper look, [[{{Series/PowerRangersMysticForce}} Mystic Force]] fan fans will recognize Ali, the boy who gets first mauled by the baby creatures as Firass Dirani, who played Nick Russel, the Red Ranger in the show
16th Dec '15 11:19:55 AM Megazord
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* RetroactiveRecognition: On deeper look, [[{{Series/PowerRangersMysticForce}} Mystic Force]] fan will recognize Ali, the boy who gets first mauled by the baby creatures as Firass Dirani, the Red Ranger

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* RetroactiveRecognition: On deeper look, [[{{Series/PowerRangersMysticForce}} Mystic Force]] fan will recognize Ali, the boy who gets first mauled by the baby creatures as Firass Dirani, who played Nick Russel, the Red RangerRanger in the show
16th Dec '15 11:17:02 AM Megazord
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* RetroactiveRecognition: On deeper look, [[{{Series/PowerRangersMysticForce}} Mystic Force]] fan will recognize Ali, the boy who gets first mauled by the baby creatures as Firass Dirani, the Red Ranger
3rd Aug '14 1:41:52 PM DarkHunter
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* FanNickname: The flying nocturnal monsters are never named. "Bioraptor" and "Demon" are sometimes used by fans to identify them. Some old-school gamers like to call them "grues" (a deadly enemy from the ''VideoGame/{{Zork}}'' series that only attacks in complete darkness).
15th Apr '14 1:23:16 PM barretxiii
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* TheCastShowoff: Sort of. VinDiesel really can [[AbnormalLimbRotationRange rotate his arms]] they way he did to escape, but the scene shown was accomplished with CGI since the way the cuffs were crafted made the stunt too difficult.
15th Sep '13 5:14:50 PM FirebirdMaximus
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** First of all, this developed from Twohy's unused idea for ''Alien 3''. Had Vincent Ward not been brought and decided that the space prison idea was awful there would have not been a ''Riddick'' series.
9th May '13 4:32:22 PM Morgenthaler
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: was originally titled ''Nightfall'' and about a female outlaw named Tara Krieg with tribal tattoos and enhancements from her interstellar tribe of barbarians. Imam was named Noah Toth a member of a technology-based version of Christianity and he had no pilgrims, and he was much more scummy and two-faced (if still fundementally good) as he was on a trip to a moon networked with mines where he could advise discontented workers and keep them working. There was no eclipse, only a two-month day and two-month night, there was no geologist's outpost, only Ancient Ruins and temples and instead of aliens the villains were the ghosts of the creatures who built the ruins trying to defend their homeworld. There was no escape ship, but a distress beacon, and Tara, Carolyn Fry, Jack, Noah Toth (Imam) and Paris were all supposed to make it off the alien world, called "Hades" instead of M6-117. Johns' Morphine addiction, The Cannon-fodder Teens, the Solar Orrery and the Geologist's camp were added by David Twohy.
** David Twohy's original draft was different, too. Riddick died at the end instead of Carolyn Fry, There were extended scenes of the boneyard creatures, still alive, as well as them being killed and eaten by the other creatures. Paris and Johns would've survived until near the very end of the film, underground, which would've explained the planet's climate and temperature changes, the way the star-system worked, and the life-cycle of the creatures along with an entire underground ecosystem of StarfishAliens. Also, the starship would've had a voice and its own personality, being a character in and of itself.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: HeyItsThatGuy: Shazza is [[Series/{{Farscape}} Aeryn Sun]]!
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
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was originally titled ''Nightfall'' and about a female outlaw named Tara Krieg with tribal tattoos and enhancements from her interstellar tribe of barbarians. Imam was named Noah Toth Toth, a member of a technology-based version of Christianity and he had no pilgrims, and he was much more scummy and two-faced (if still fundementally good) as he was on a trip to a moon networked with mines where he could advise discontented workers and keep them working. There was no eclipse, only a two-month day and two-month night, there was no geologist's outpost, only Ancient Ruins and temples and instead of aliens the villains were the ghosts of the creatures who built the ruins trying to defend their homeworld. There was no escape ship, but a distress beacon, and Tara, Carolyn Fry, Jack, Noah Toth (Imam) and Paris were all supposed to make it off the alien world, called "Hades" instead of M6-117. Johns' Morphine addiction, The Cannon-fodder Teens, the Solar Orrery and the Geologist's camp were added by David Twohy.
** David Twohy's original draft of the reworked story was different, too. Riddick died at the end instead of Carolyn Fry, [[spoiler:Carolyn Fry]], There were extended scenes of the boneyard creatures, still alive, as well as them being killed and eaten by the other creatures. Paris [[spoiler:Paris and Johns Johns]] would've survived until near the very end of the film, underground, which would've explained the planet's climate and temperature changes, the way the star-system worked, and the life-cycle of the creatures along with an entire underground ecosystem of StarfishAliens. Also, [[SapientShip the starship would've had a voice and its own personality, personality]], being a character in and of itself.itself.

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24th Sep '12 1:42:33 PM TinyTedDanson
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: was originally titled ''Nightfall'' and about a female outlaw named Tara Krieg with tribal tattoos and enhancements from her interstellar tribe of barbarians. Imam was named Noah Toth a member of a technology-based version of Christianity and he had no pilgrims, and he was much more scummy and two-faced (if still fundementally good) as he was on a trip to a moon networked with mines where he could advise discontented workers and keep them working. There was no eclipse, only a two-month day and two-month night, there was no geologist's outpost, only Ancient Ruins and temples and instead of aliens the villains were the ghosts of the creatures who built the ruins trying to defend their homeworld. There was no escape ship, but a distress beacon, and Tara, Carolyn Fry, Jack, Noah Toth (Imam) and Paris were all supposed to make it off the alien world, called "Hades" instead of M6-117. Johns' Morphine addiction, The Cannon-fodder Teens, the Solar Orrery and the Geologist's camp were added by David Twohy.
** David Twohy's original draft was different, too. Riddick died at the end instead of Carolyn Fry, There were extended scenes of the boneyard creatures, still alive, as well as them being killed and eaten by the other creatures. Paris and Johns would've survived until near the very end of the film, underground, which would've explained the planet's climate and temperature changes, the way the star-system worked, and the life-cycle of the creatures along with an entire underground ecosystem of StarfishAliens. Also, the starship would've had a voice and its own personality, being a character in and of itself.
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