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Booked Out


2012
UK release date Released: 16th March 2012  |
Booked Out

Directed by

Bryan ONeil

Starring

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Character
Sylvia Syms
Mirren Burke
Rollo Weeks
Claire Garvey
Gabriela Montaraz
Kris Abrahams
Tim Fitzhigham
Elizabeth Healey
James Helder
James Payton
Richard Pucci
Nikki Santilli
Dennis Santucci
Simon Selmon
Ifeoma Oboko
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16 March 2012
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The City is only just shy of this money, but in the mean time a Danish architect has come up with an idea of removing the current letters and rebuilding a bigger replica with a hotel in so people can stay in the letters.

A fascinating idea for sure, but removing the icon sign and rebuilding may be a step too far. I'm sure it would make money, and would be booked out the whole time, but the sign is what many people go to Hollywood to see and I think it would loose it's appeal if changed at all.

With all this said it will loose it's appeal even more if the money is not raised and the land is used to build luxury homes as the Investment company is planning, so if it's has to change then the hotel is the better of two evils, but I'm sure we'll be seeing the current sign for years to come.