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In an interview with Showbiz411, Robert Zemeckis teased fans with the prospect of a sequel to his 1988 classic Who Framed Roger Rabbit, the comedy/mystery/film noir/cartoon/live-action hybrid that has delighted fans and enraged grammarians for years. (Where is the question mark that belongs at the end of that title? That’s the real mystery here, Zemeckis!)

While promoting his upcoming film Flight, Zemeckis stated, “I have a [Roger Rabbit sequel] script at Disney, and we’re just waiting for all the executive changes to settle down there.” The “executive changes” he mentions are in reference to Alan Horn, the former president of Warner Bros., who a few months ago headed over to Disney to take over as Chairman there.

Still, there are some other obstacles to overcome, chiefly the fact that star Bob Hoskins recently announced he was retiring from movies (a development which also robbed the world of a »

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