The Making of Judge Dredd: In the Future, One Man is the Law by David ChuteA behind the scenes look at the Stallone version of “Judge Dredd” from 1995, this is split into six parts - 2000AD, development, production, post-production, storyboards and credits - and the writer clearly had full access to the production, which she uses brilliantly. Reading this directly after “George Lucas: A Life”, which details his disdain for non-creative executives making nonsense decisions about film, this highlights the problem completely, with executive producers, development executives and lots of other people commenting on scripts and design concepts without apparently knowing what they’re talking about. The writers struggled, being pulled this way and that and then Steven DeSouza’s shooting script contained scenes and characters the director actively disliked from the very start but still had to film. Various department heads comment that they were given the go-ahead to do one thing, did it properly and were then told it wasn’t right and this appeared to continue throughout production and beyond. The post-production section mentions that Stallone involved himself in the editing (since time was tight) and that after Danny Cannon had delivered his directors cut, they all realised there was still some way to go. I can only imagine that Lippincott (the producer who launched the project, as well as a writer here) was so annoyed at how the other producers had taken over, he didn’t attempt to censor Ms Killick from laying out starkly what a troubled time this film had, which does go some way to explaining why it’s such a lost opportunity. Fascinating reading, though for probably all the wrong reasons.
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Judge Dredd is a American science fiction action film , based on the comic book character of the same name , directed by Danny Cannon , produced by Edward R. Pressman , Charles Lippincott and Beau E. Marks, and written by William Wisher Jr. The film takes place in and depicts a dystopian world and the crime-ridden metropolis Mega-City 1. Following an unspecified disaster that turned Earth into a "cursed" wasteland, the survivors established a corps of Judges whose role combines that of police, judge, jury and executioner. The film follows Judge Joseph Dredd, one of the most dedicated Street Judges who had been framed for murder by his own half-brother—the psychotic Rico.