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Reference materials Battlefield Earth
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Oct 19, 2000
Earth under threat again as Travolta hints at sci-fi sequel — Guardian Unlimited
Type: Press
Source: Guardian Unlimited
John Travolta has threatened to make a sequel to his universally slammed sci-fi epic Battlefield Earth. Defending the scientology-inspired film to journalists this week, he said: "The bottom line is that I feel really good about it. Here I was taking big chances, breaking a new genre I am so thrilled, believe it or not, at the outcome because I didn't believe I could get it done." Asked whether there would be a 'Battlefield 2' he said: "Sure.Yeah." Described by critics ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Oct 18, 2000
'Battlefield Earth' sequel considered // John Travolta considers Battlefield 2 — ABC News
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Type: Press
Source: ABC News
Battlefield Earth may have been one of the most critically mauled movies of the year, but that's not stopping John Travolta from talking about a sequel. “The bottom line is that I feel really good about it. Here I was taking big chances, breaking a new genre,” said Travolta. “I am so thrilled, believe it or not, at the outcome, because I didn’t believe I could get it done,” an upbeat Travolta told journalists this week, adding that critics have a ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Oct 14, 2000
Battlefield Earth — Canberra Times (Australia)
Oct 14, 2000
Little choice but to give flicks the flick — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Oct 10, 2000
Bad guys good to the king of cool — Canberra Times (Australia)
Oct 6, 2000
This star's in the wars — Illawarra Mercury (Australia)
Oct 5, 2000
Bizarre Battlefield has B-grade appeal — The Age (Australia)
Oct 1, 2000
Battlefield Earth (M) — Sunday Times (Australia)
Aug 17, 2000
Group threatens legal battle against Battlefield Earth — KOAT Albuquerque
Type: Press
Source: KOAT Albuquerque
FactNet, a group battling Scientology, warned Thursday that "lawsuits may soon be flying" over MGM's upcoming release of Battlefield Earth, based on a sci-fi novel by Scientology's late founder L. Ron Hubbard and starring the group's most outspoken celebrity, John Travolta. In a statement, FactNet charged that Scientology "has placed subliminal messages in the BattleField Earth film master to surreptitiously recruit new members from the movie audience," that it secretly financed the film, that it will use the film to recruit ...
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