Well, that's not good...
I wonder how long they can continue to work on the film and still be able to get all of the reels to theatres by the release date. Now, if every theatre was equipped with digital projectors, work on the film could be done up to the day of release, leaving a few hours to upload the movie via broadband satellite.
A priest, a paladin and Varimathras walk into a bar...
oh, bull, the same thing happened with pretty much every movie james cameron has ever made. Hell, the Abyss wasn't even done when he released it. Doesn't mean it's a good or bad movie, just means it's hard work. Now, if the script was still being worked on now....
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They're not happy with Elfman's score?!?! They need to lay off the crack. No one can score as well as Elfman. They just need to shut up and finish post production. The score will be fine. It's the movie being good enough that they need to worry about. Sounds like someone is looking for a scapegoat!