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The Writer in his twitter

Postby DetectiveChan » October 4th, 2017, 3:22 am

Just seen on Josh’s twitter where a fan ask if we will see any Gordon or Hoffman appearances/refrenses/ or Easter eggs in the new film. He replied with the monkey emojis of Hear no evil, see no evil and speak no evil. This was 2 hours ago. Y’all can say all you want that nothing about them is in this film but none of y’all really know. I know a few of you claim to have worked on the film but I’m still giving it hope lol
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Re: The Writer in his twitter

Postby sawguy77 » October 4th, 2017, 5:57 am

DetectiveChan wrote:Just seen on Josh’s twitter where a fan ask if we will see any Gordon or Hoffman appearances/refrenses/ or Easter eggs in the new film. He replied with the monkey emojis of Hear no evil, see no evil and speak no evil. This was 2 hours ago. Y’all can say all you want that nothing about them is in this film but none of y’all really know. I know a few of you claim to have worked on the film but I’m still giving it hope lol


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Re: The Writer in his twitter

Postby Vinc360 » October 4th, 2017, 1:07 pm

Well, nobody said there wouldn't be easter eggs / small references. Just don't expect anything general audiences would go "huh?" at. The actors themselves aren't in the movie. I know Cary Elwes was never even in Toronto during the shoot.
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Re: The Writer in his twitter

Postby JoeyFilms » October 4th, 2017, 1:11 pm

sawguy77 wrote:
DetectiveChan wrote:Just seen on Josh’s twitter where a fan ask if we will see any Gordon or Hoffman appearances/refrenses/ or Easter eggs in the new film. He replied with the monkey emojis of Hear no evil, see no evil and speak no evil. This was 2 hours ago. Y’all can say all you want that nothing about them is in this film but none of y’all really know. I know a few of you claim to have worked on the film but I’m still giving it hope lol


claim?


Claim - state or assert that something is the case, typically without providing evidence or proof.

I haven't seen anyone post any proof yet so 'claim' seems right.
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Re: The Writer in his twitter

Postby DetectiveChan » October 4th, 2017, 1:36 pm

Also asked him a question on twitter on if the film is a remake, reboot or if he is going to act like a few of the later films never happened. He replied “ Everything you know happened in the films... happened. This is not a "remake". Sorority Row and Piranha 3D were remakes.

I didn’t expect him to reply. The post is on his Twitter. Pretty cool
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Re: The Writer in his twitter

Postby Jigsaw_Expert » October 4th, 2017, 2:02 pm

JoeyFilms wrote:Claim - state or assert that something is the case, typically without providing evidence or proof.

I haven't seen anyone post any proof yet so 'claim' seems right.

What proof are you asking for? For him to give away the ending of the film? Sawguy has occasionally shot down incorrect speculation which was later proven to be incorrect by trailers. Long before the trailer dropped he was talking about how different this one would be to the others (which was a reference to the series moving away from being overly sadistic / cruel in favor of being more fun).

As for sawguy, could you answer if there's any more traps to the film which they haven't showed in the trailer? As far as I can tell we got the buzzsaw room, needles / hanging with the chains, grain silo, Ryan with his leg caught in the wire, shotgun room and laser trap. Vinc found out about a car / motorcycle trap which I'm surprised they haven't been promoting heavily, would imagine that'd be an exciting, high budget scene which Lionsgate would love to be showing off, although I'm assuming the two cars blowing up is that trap. Could you confirm if there are any more traps to the film aside from the ones I mentioned? I'm fine if that's it, for it's 90 minute running time this already looks like a really busy movie I don't even know how they'd be able to fit much more traps into this.
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Re: The Writer in his twitter

Postby JoeyFilms » October 4th, 2017, 2:09 pm

Jigsaw_Expert wrote:
JoeyFilms wrote:Claim - state or assert that something is the case, typically without providing evidence or proof.

I haven't seen anyone post any proof yet so 'claim' seems right.

What proof are you asking for? For him to give away the ending of the film? Sawguy has occasionally shot down incorrect speculation which was later proven to be incorrect by trailers. Long before the trailer dropped he was talking about how different this one would be to the others (which was a reference to the series moving away from being overly sadistic / cruel in favor of being more fun).


He wouldn't need to deliver proof to us directly, but maybe to an admin like Kevin did to get a green name and be more "official". At the moment I haven't seen anything on here that wasn't posted every other year by people on IMDB claiming to have been to a pre-screening of that years Saw movie.

The stuff I've seen can so easily be taken back once the movie is out. "Oh I said these characters weren't in it so you'd still be suprised when you watched it"

I just saw so much of this stuff from being on the IMDB boards every day for 6 years that I only trust people who can be verified. I don't mind if anyone else does. I just felt like the definition of 'claim' was still correct in this case.

The only facts I've been given so far are that Dr Gordon, Ryan and Hoffman are 100% not in this movie. If I go and watch it and that's true then fantastic, it'll be great being able to listen to his on-set stories after the movie is out. But until then I'm sceptical.
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Re: The Writer in his twitter

Postby Vinc360 » October 4th, 2017, 2:32 pm

Jigsaw_Expert wrote:
JoeyFilms wrote:Claim - state or assert that something is the case, typically without providing evidence or proof.

I haven't seen anyone post any proof yet so 'claim' seems right.

What proof are you asking for? For him to give away the ending of the film? Sawguy has occasionally shot down incorrect speculation which was later proven to be incorrect by trailers. Long before the trailer dropped he was talking about how different this one would be to the others (which was a reference to the series moving away from being overly sadistic / cruel in favor of being more fun).

As for sawguy, could you answer if there's any more traps to the film which they haven't showed in the trailer? As far as I can tell we got the buzzsaw room, needles / hanging with the chains, grain silo, Ryan with his leg caught in the wire, shotgun room and laser trap. Vinc found out about a car / motorcycle trap which I'm surprised they haven't been promoting heavily, would imagine that'd be an exciting, high budget scene which Lionsgate would love to be showing off, although I'm assuming the two cars blowing up is that trap. Could you confirm if there are any more traps to the film aside from the ones I mentioned? I'm fine if that's it, for it's 90 minute running time this already looks like a really busy movie I don't even know how they'd be able to fit much more traps into this.



Other than the shot of exploding cars in the trailer, I'm starting to be convinced it's not a trap at all. It looks like there's a police barrage in the trailer / tv spots, which could explain spike strips. We also know there's a bike in the blender trap scene (the "one that doesn't get wrecked"), and another one that gets rammed into by a garbage truck. The exploding cars do seem to be part of some sort of trap, but if we didn't have that shot in the trailer, my speculation would be that the police chase ends with some sort of explosion. Though such a scene in a Saw movie sounds pretty crazy at their budget level!
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Re: The Writer in his twitter

Postby sawguy77 » October 4th, 2017, 7:12 pm

JoeyFilms wrote:
Jigsaw_Expert wrote:
JoeyFilms wrote:Claim - state or assert that something is the case, typically without providing evidence or proof.

I haven't seen anyone post any proof yet so 'claim' seems right.

What proof are you asking for? For him to give away the ending of the film? Sawguy has occasionally shot down incorrect speculation which was later proven to be incorrect by trailers. Long before the trailer dropped he was talking about how different this one would be to the others (which was a reference to the series moving away from being overly sadistic / cruel in favor of being more fun).


He wouldn't need to deliver proof to us directly, but maybe to an admin like Kevin did to get a green name and be more "official". At the moment I haven't seen anything on here that wasn't posted every other year by people on IMDB claiming to have been to a pre-screening of that years Saw movie.

The stuff I've seen can so easily be taken back once the movie is out. "Oh I said these characters weren't in it so you'd still be suprised when you watched it"

I just saw so much of this stuff from being on the IMDB boards every day for 6 years that I only trust people who can be verified. I don't mind if anyone else does. I just felt like the definition of 'claim' was still correct in this case.

The only facts I've been given so far are that Dr Gordon, Ryan and Hoffman are 100% not in this movie. If I go and watch it and that's true then fantastic, it'll be great being able to listen to his on-set stories after the movie is out. But until then I'm sceptical.


I don't need to prove anything to anybody. And i have told private thing's to certain members. I worked on the movie if you don't believe me i really don't care..
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Re: The Writer in his twitter

Postby Saw Warrior » October 4th, 2017, 7:39 pm

If this movie is really a sequel and is trying to start a new story with new characters, then it's good that it tries something new.

I never liked Gordon and I really think Saw 3D was fanservice at its worst.

I liked Hoffman, but his plot is pretty much over. He was locked in the bathroom and he failed to follow Jigsaw's steps. The fact we have a 10 year gap, should speak volumes.


That being said, I still remember when Lionsate said Donnie Wahlberg wouldn't be in Saw 3. Hell, even Donnie Wahlberg HIMSELF denied being in Saw 3. I actually thought it made sense because he had failed his test in Saw 2 and then Saw 3 would be another thing.

When I went to see Saw 3 and the first scene had Eric Matthews ( Donnie Wahlberg ) getting away of his chain, my jaw dropped. I think this is probably one of the best secrets in the series, IMO.
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