“The Meg” Was Made After 20 Years Thanks to Online Fandom
The author of the original novel says “MEGheads” kept the flame.
The jumped-up version of Jaws that is The Meg had a long road to its premiere this summer, and super fans are to blame—or thank, depending on your perspective. Wired reports that after movie rights to Steve Alten’s bestselling monster shark were optioned in 1996, development stalled, leaving him with few options at the time to see his work onscreen.
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