Posted on Wednesday, March 9th, 2011 by Russ Fischer
Macy’s has already made a mark on film culture thanks to movies like Miracle on 34th Street, and draws millions of viewers every Thanksgiving Day for a parade in which giant inflatable characters are towed through the canyons of New York City streets. Additionally, there is a commercially thriving subgenre of films in which inanimate objects come to life in comedic and vaguely threatening ways.
So why not bring them together? Producers have made a deal for rights to the parade, and will develop a film about it. Will it involve giant Kermit and Snoopy floats coming to life and tearing each other to pieces? We can only hope. Read More »