At least it isn't taking as long as Ghostbusters Generations.About 3.5 years, which isn't too bad, compared to some others- I know there was a few guys who "got sick of waiting for Indiana Jones 4 to come out" so they set off to make their own movie... back in the summer of 2005 or possibly earlier. Ironic that they got beaten to the punch by the real deal. I stopped caring a few years ago whether they finished it or not, but half a decade is impressive.
That thing STILL hasn't been released.
Speaking of Daftkid, I hope he's working on the next installment of his "Love in Chinatown" trilogy, as the first two films were riveting!
Don't mean to thread hijack but I heard GBG mentioned.
GBG was my first professional venture and is still the only film I've done in the last 4 years that's yet to be released. The delay was due to poor planning :[. Then again, some films are NEVER released. At least I actually get stuff done; I just got REALLY unlucky with GBG.
I actually did a 3rd foreign film which made it into festivals (can link upon request)and will be doing the last of the trilogy on 16mm in a few months! As for GBG, the many reason behind the GBG delay:www.megamanfilm.com
Test screened it at a gaming convention a week ago to an astonishing audience reaction
. MM has gotten my full attention since it's going to be the more successful of the two sooo I'm gonna use the attention of MM to get more people to watch GBG (since the hype died down when I started slipping with the VFX in post-production which led to the delays). In other words, finishing GBG won't be released until MM is release in the beginning of the Spring.
Back to the topic at hand:
It's a given Hank and those involved in the completion of this short are very busy with both this project, work, and various other things. It will get done when it gets done. We waited 2 years for another Braxtan project, so I'm sure a few more days or a couple of weeks is more than manageable =]. I'm eager to see what he has cooked up but will be patient.