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axia777 9/23/2011 7:49:31 AM

@gauleyboy420 - Actually Iron Man is way more important. It made in total US Gross of $318,604,126, International Gross of $263,839,000, and a Worldwide Gross of $582,443,126.

Cap did total US Gross of $174,438,557, International Gross of $184,600,000, and a of Worldwide Gross $359,038,557.

Both are money makers, but Iron Man is more so than Captain America.

But you are on the money about Howard. He over stated his importance to the Iron Man franchise and got the huge boot to the head. Bye bye Howard. Greed sucks.


flinshadytoo 9/23/2011 8:29:48 AM

 Marvel are tightwads though, and control freaks, saying that, I suppose they want to hold on to the franchises they have after all they've already given away spiderman, x-men, ff, daredevil, which is a lot of their universe that they ain't getting back until said movies really bomb. But they do seem to be tough on directors & actors, but once again, how many Millions do these people want, once they are stars surely 30 million is enough for a lifetime, it's silly money, but obviously a million don't stretch as far as it used to : )

aegrant 9/23/2011 8:43:35 AM

I would definately be down with the Winter Soilder arc - especially since we don't know if Bucky died ( we saw him fall off the train but didn't see him die).

scottyboy 9/23/2011 10:45:24 AM

I don't care who he is.I don't care how good he is. Chris Evans trying to hold a knife to Disney's throat is LUDACRIS!!! it already sounds like one big movie has turned him into a spoiled, self-righteous bitch.

momitchell7 9/23/2011 10:46:22 AM

If Chris thinks he's irreplaceable as Captain America, all he needs to do is read a few of the comics, or pay attention to how the Hulk has been handled in the movies over the past few years... let's not get too big on yourself, pal.

scooter167 9/23/2011 11:07:48 AM

I'm predicting an X men film.Either Bryan singer doing X men 4, or another X men first class directed by  Matthew Vaughn.

celt_6@yahoo.com_home 9/23/2011 12:18:21 PM

Gauley, Wise is right.  Ed Norton was a Leading Man, too.  He didn't make it past his first film.  Terrence Howard was no extra either.  He better watch what he's spouting off about, or he'll find himself back to doing romantic comedies and third-rate superhero films *cough* fantasticfour *cough*.

I would also hope that he's not becoming such a Hollywood douche that he can't spare a day in his schedule to do a walk-on in one of the other films, a la Robert Downey, Jr. or Samuel L. Jackson without demanding some huge paycheck.

CrazyCEO 9/23/2011 12:43:33 PM

There's a difference between Norton and Evans.  Norton wanted Hulk to be respected and go off in a certain way but unfortunately, it didn't happen.  Norton so I hear wasn't holding the studio to ransom, he just wanted a little control.  Bare in mind, this was before the success of RDJ in Iron Man and the whole super hero kick start.

I feel that's a big stain on the Avengers movie with Norton not being there.  I'm not totally convinced they've covered it off but I'll hold judgement until I've seen the finished article.

BunyonSnipe 9/23/2011 5:56:03 PM

Good god doesn't anybody smell irony, anymore..?

He's kidding for feck's sake!

Mossy1221 9/23/2011 7:17:06 PM

Thank You BunyonSnipe!   I was wondering if anyone else would take that in consideration. 

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