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Which Ray Bradbury title merits a 21st century film? [Poll]

June 6, 2012 |  3:56 pm

1980 "Martian Chronicles" scene
Over his half-century career, Ray Bradbury had a host of stories and novels produced for the big screen. He also had numerous properties in development at Hollywood studios — many of them put there not that long ago, relatively speaking.

Including “The Illustrated Man” (in development at Warner Bros. with Zack Snyder and Frank Darabont) and “The Martian Chronicles” (in development at Paramount with producer John Davis), no fewer than four Bradbury pieces currently sit in the feature-film pipeline waiting for a push from the right producer or executive. Which piece of material would you most like to see make a return (or first) engagement on the big screen? Mull, then vote in our poll below.

 

 

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Photo: A scene from the 1980 Rock Hudson miniseries "The Martian Chronicles." Credit: NBC.


 
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