Uwe Boll Claims He'll Quit Movie-Making After 1 Million Complaints

April 7, 2008


Responsible for such unwanted video game-to-terrible film adaptations as Alone in the Dark, Dungeon Seige, and the BloodRayne ones, Uwe Boll may be one of the worst (probably the worst) big-name directors working today. But that doesn't mean he's not a man of the people--provided those people come in groups of one million or larger. Speaking to FEARnet, the German director/pugilist responded to the ongoing petition to get him to stop making films:

FEARnet: Are you aware that there is a petition online, signed by 18,000 people, requesting that you stop making movies?

Uwe: Yeah, I know that. 18,000 is not enough to convince me.

FEARnet: How many would it take?

Uwe: One million. Now we have a new goal.

Since this announcement, the petition has reached nearly 50,000 signatures, still 950,000 short of his challenge. So if you care--and actually believe he'll respond to an internet-based petition--virtually sign it here. The fate of Crystal Castles: The Movie may be in your hands.

FEARnet Interviews Director Uwe Boll [FEARnet]

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