Thursday, November 10

Master & Commander 2!

My missive to Mr. Rothman concerning a sequel of some interest to those assembled here:



My dear Sir,

Though the agreeable news of Captain Aubrey's capture of the Acheron arrived here in the North American Station some time back, their too long silence has given us all so much uneasiness of late. It has been quite some time since any word was received from our mutual friends aboard H.M.S. Surprise and I will speak frankly when I say that we have all begun to fear for their safety. It is not that I doubt the skill of our Captain Aubrey or his men, but as you know, the perils of life in His Majesty's Service combined with the deviousness of Bonaparte's forces are not to be underestimated. 

It is my hope that you can forgive this impertinence, but your address was supplied to me by Capt. Aubrey himself some time ago. He suggested that if there were no news of the Surprise that you might be the man to inform us of her where-abouts. And as you may know, there has been no word of her these long years. It is my hope that you know something of her that we do not. I am very sorry to press you ; but if I had not reason, I should not have called upon you. 

Any word of the fate of the Surprise that you might be able to pass along would be greatly appreciated by myself and the crew of the Acasta. It would certainly bolster the morale of His Majesty's forces here in the North American Station during this long war. 

We are all, thank God, very well, and desire to be remembered to you; and be assured a letter from you will give great pleasure to all your friends here, but none more than 

Your Humble and Obt Servant, 
Dr. A. Roberts 
Ship's Surgeon 
HMS Acasta 
Navy Hall, Halifax
 You may contact Mr. Rothman yourself as instructed by Capt Aubrey if you wish by addressing your missive to the following:
20th Century Fox Theatricals 
ATTN: Tom Rothman (Master and Commander 2) 
P.O. Box 900 
 Beverly Hills, CA 90213-0900 
foxmovies@fox.com 
rothmana@fox.com 

(N.B. It would seem that Mr. Rothman is no longer the fellow at the Admiralty to contact concerning Captain Aubrey and his company, but I am quite at a loss as to who I ought to forward this missive to. I should greatly appreciate any suggestions along that line.)




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Because you KNOW you'd love to see Master & Commander 2.
Get me Russell Crowe on the horn, stat!

6 comments:

  1. Is it Jim Gianopulous? He's the current equivalent of Tom Rothman.

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    1. Do we have contact information for him?

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  2. According to the website, it's the same as you have it above (the foxmovies address). And the correct spelling is Gianopulos (begging pardon for previous error).

    Actual letters sent through traditional mail may have a greater chance of reaching the correct eyes.

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  3. I have alerted my friends, who are great fans of both the film and the series it is based on. I don't know how many of them will write, but we all agree: It is about time there was a sequel!

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  4. I believe that there was serious talk of a sequel but the project was shelved due to the cost.

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