Whether or not it’s because of money issues, problems with the rights, a lack of a script, the development Hell is definitely one place where no movie would like to be. It’s that moment in which the movie is stuck going nowhere, and with the possibilities of it being made slowly go down day by day.
Sadly many great projects that had the potential to become the next great thing ended up being in development Hell, and I’m pretty sure that if they weren’t there, maybe the world of cinema nowadays would be something better. So, now we’ll present you a top 10 of movies that need, no, that deserve to leave development Hell.
10. Clerks: Sell Out
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