Discussion in 'Serious Chat' started by User Name, Dec 8, 2005.
I read this. This really sucks.
yeah read it on linkinpark.com, it does suck. he didn't even get to enjoy all the money he made. that is really sad.
I find it amusing that he was from Disney, but that's horrible that he died so early.
There's more to the world than just material wealth, you know.
I know. that wasn't my point. my point was that he worked so hard to get so far and didn't get to enjoy any of it. i just don't think it's right.
It's a shame that he died but at least there won't be a Saw 3.
actually i heard they are going to continue production for it...why you don't like it?
Exactly what I was going to say. And to leave behind two projects must be difficult for his co-workers.
RIP. I never actually watched either Saw movie, but apparently he had great talent.
Where does it say that? He didn't actually create Saw.
I realise that now. I apologise.
Aah, that's..weird. And, my lord, he was only 42. That's how old my parents are..make me worry.
He did great work on the SAW films.
Just out of curiosity, who's going to finish SAW III or will they scrap what Gregg did and restart production?
That sucks so much. Rest in peace!
James Wan and Leigh Whannell will finish it, they are the two Aussie guys who created the movie.
Wow, that's terrible. He's too young to die, I mean only 42. RIP.
Saw I and II were great movies.
wait a secound. 42 is the answer to life and blah blah...d'you think that has anything to do with his death?
Man, the producer of one of my most loved movie series passed...
Fourty-two isn't that old, either. That sucks.
R.I.P. Gregg Hoffman
I can't said I'd ever heard of the guy before, but 42? Wow. That's depressing.
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