Tell Sam Raimi You Want a Legend of the Seeker Movie

November 4, 2014

Sam Raimi was the Executive Producer for Legend of the Seeker. He is currently the person in whom the LOTS fan community is most interested because Sam has the clout and the experience to make a killer movie. He did a great job with three “Spider-man” movies and he did a great job with “Oz the Great and Powerful”. So no one can say that Sam Raimi doesn’t know how to make major box office hits. Earlier this year Craig Horner told fans that “There’s more chance of a #LOTS film than a third season and Sam Raimi could make it happen.”

I know we all want a third, fourth, fifth season of the show. We really do. But why should we accept that a movie is more likely to happen? Because at this point in time, four years after the second season went off the air, all the actors have moved on to other projects. That’s not to say they would not want to get back into Legend of the Seeker. Rather, it’s going to take a lot of convincing to put the band back together.

But people would be willing to finance and come back for a movie. And it’s not just a matter of who is willing. They could fit a movie schedule into their lives much more easily than a television show. If the movie proves successful there could be another, and another, and maybe another television show. That is how things work these days.

Laura Ventura has organized a letter-writing contest that runs out on November 10. You write a letter to Sam Raimi and ask him to make a movie. Plain and simple.

To help build momentum we want you to share that link with all your online friends: blog it, Tweet it, Pin it, Facebook it, etc. Do whatever it takes to help spread the word. Write a letter and share it on social media. And please use the hashtag #LegendoftheSeekerMovie (or just #LegendoftheSeeker). We’re not trying to trend; we’re letting everyone know we want a movie.

Here are some of the photos fans have shared of the letters they have written to Sam:

Above image posted by: @SeekerWant2B
Above image posted by: @ItsLiamsSoul
Above image posted by: @MarinaSponga
Above image posted by: @samanthamaise
Legend of the Seeker was produced from 2008 through 2010. It starred Craig Horner as Richard Cypher (Rahl), Bruce Spence as Zeddicus Zu’l Zorander, Bridget Regan as Kahlam Amnell, Craig Parker as Darken Rahl, and Tabrett Bethell as Cara Mason. Sam Raimi was Executive Producer. The show was based on Terry Goodkind’s Sword of Truth novels.
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