Equally predictable, Moore didn’t even see the show.
In fact, Moore wasn’t even aware that the series was in development until he became the creator of the series. Damon Lindelof sent him a pre-production letter. “I think it opened with ‘Dear Mr. Moore, I’m one of the bastards who are destroying Watchmen right now.’ It wasn’t the best opening,” Moore said. “A lot of things have gone through that seem neurotic to me. ‘Can you at least tell us how to pronounce it? ‘Ozymandia’?'”
Like the others Creators adapting Moore’s comics, Lindelof claims she really wants to do what’s right for her. He claimed that he had fallen asleep and felt miserable during the making of the sequel, and he joked with Moore. put a curse upon him.
But the real poisonous curse must have been Moore’s hostile response to Lindelof’s letter. Moore, Warner Bros. He continued by emphasizing again that no one connected with the company was allowed to contact him. none He said that Hollywood completely rejected “Watchmen” because of its perversions that had nothing to do with his own voice. Moore said, “Look, this is embarrassing for me. I don’t want anything to do with you or your show. Please don’t bother me again.”
HBO’s “Watchmen” continued to be a critical success, win 11 prizes Out of 26 Emmy nominations. While the show doesn’t rely on prior knowledge of reading the original graphic novel, it evolves as the novel expands its thematic scope, particularly its “out of bounds” take on America and its history of racial abuse.