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Part II

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rockfenris2005 08:03 pm MST 01/01/07
In reply to: Part I - rockfenris2005 07:51 pm MST 01/01/07


> Bat Out Of Hell 2100 (Screenplay Motion Picture) (1994)
> Pandora's Box (Screenplay Motion Picture) (1994)

Taken from my Steinman "forum", a list of projects supplied with all of the links:

"Across the last ten years, Jim Steinman has been said to have worked on:

Bat Out of Hell 2100

http://www.jimsteinman.com/bmi.htm


"In the next year or two, Steinman hopes to see the completed version of a film musical currently called Bat Out Of Hell 2100. Capsulizing his description of it robs the movie of its nuances. Let's just say that it includes three songs from the firs t Bat compilation, three from the second, and seven new compositions, and that it's a reworking of the Peter Pan myth, only this time "with hormones." Steinman's dream career is creating modern-music musicals for stage and screen, so Bat Out Of Hell 2100 means a lot to him. "To my amazement," he reports with pleasure, "four major companies showed real interest in doing this movie during my most recent trip to L.A.""


http://www.playbill.com/news/article/31666.html


"Steinman also reportedly had intended Bat Out of Hell as a rock musical, and will go ahead with a further-adventures version titled Bat Out of Hell 2100, which will feature songs from both previous Bat albums, plus 10 original songs composed by him."


http://www.jimsteinman.com/dallas.htm


"Mr. Steinman won't speculate on the possibility of a Bat III. Instead, he is focusing on what he started out doing in the first place but was never commercially successful at: writing musical plays and film scripts.

He is working on a script for Bat Out Of Hell 2100, a bizarre mix of West Side Story, Peter Pan and The Terminator that could be a film or a musical play or both (featuring Meat Loaf as Captain Hook) and is also pitching a series of made-for-MTV movies called Pandora's Box about the lives of teen-agers who appear on a dance show. There is still talk of a Paradise by the Dashboard Light film or a Honeymooners based on that song and starring - guess who? - Meat Loaf"


Pandora's Box

(See above). Both Bat Out of Hell and Pandora's Box were mentioned in the programme for Tanz der Vampire das Musical (Hamburg production)

Neverland & Lulu

Transcript from the programme of Tanz der Vampire das Musical (Stuttgart production)

http://www.old-hickory.demon.co.uk/JimTdV.htm


"He's also working on two new musicals, Neverland and Lulu."


The Little Prince

http://www.reallyuseful.com/rug/shows/whistle/cast/JimSteinman.htm


"He is excited by the possibility of doing music and lyrics for Batman, a large-scale stage musical being developed by Warner Brothers, as well as an American network television presentation of a musical based on The Little Prince."


Patricia Knop Musicals?

http://www.reallyuseful.com/rug/shows/whistle/cast/PatriciaKnop.htm


"Patricia has written several musicals with Jim Steinman, who introduced her to Andrew Lloyd Webber."


http://jimsteinman.com/somethingdark.htm


"Miss Knop had already written three musicals with Mr. Steinman, each intended for movies, none yet produced."



Bat Out of Nashville

http://www.jimsteinman.com/newsinsert3.htm

A country and western take on Bat Out of Hell

The Romantics: Ladyhawke

http://frankwildhorn.com/projects/romantics/index.shtml


Ladyhawke
Lyricist: Jim Steinman (Tanz der Vampire)


Excalibur

Another musical with Frank Wildhorn

http://frankwildhorn.com/frank/


"Other titles include: Excalibur (written with Jim Steinman & Gregory Boyd)"


Barry Keating & Jim Steinman's Puppet Musical - Rhinegold??

http://www.starmiteskidspuppetparties.com/barry.html


"He is currently working with Jim (TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE HEART) Steinman on a Puppet Spectacular for London's West End."

This is Rhinegold, also referred to as VALHALLA

> Batman Forever (Soundtrack, Featured Song / Producer) (1995)
> Titanic (Soundtrack, Featured Song / Producer) (1997)

Rinkoff mentioned these at TDE February & March 2006

> Karine Hannah (Debut Album, Featured Songs / Producer) (2001)

Well, we know this existed. We've heard the demos

> Nikki French (Album, Featured Songs / Producer) (2002)

wiki:

"French signed to Jim Steinman's 'Ravenous Records' label for a short period in 2000 during which time she recorded 'Lovers Again' and '2 Out Of 3 Ain't Bad' both of which were never released."

> Songs Of The Vampires (Concept Album, Songs / Producer) (2002)
> Dance Of The Vampires (Original Broadway Cast Recording) (2003)

Broadway articles, one announcing a concept album on Interscope Records and the cast album being "already set before the opening"

> Mandy Gonzalez (Debut Album, Featured Songs / Producer) (2003)

Mandy mentioned this around DOTV time

> Frenchie Davis (Debut Album, Featured Songs / Producer) (2004)

Hamburg Tanz > Jim bio

> Batman: The Musical (Music & Lyrics, Broadway Production) (2005)

Please...

> Cry Baby: The Musical (Featured Songs, Broadway Production) (20??)

Steve Rinkoff mentioned this, we've already heard one demo "Cry To Heaven"




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