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axia777 8/30/2010 5:12:34 PM

For a REAL Secret Wars movie Marv el would have to get back all the rights to X-Men and Spider-Man too!

It would also be the most expensive movie in the history of the WORLD.

All the current X-men, Avengers, Fantastic Four, Spider Man, ect would make it more than 300 million budget wise.  It would more than insane.  

To do it for REAL it would have to be a cartoon movie, not a live action movie.  It would be just to expensive.  The Avengers is going to be expensive enough as it is.

almostunbiased 8/30/2010 5:20:46 PM

GENESIS looks interesting, but i am tired of all these alien movies having the same darn look for aliens.

ponyboy76 8/30/2010 5:26:34 PM

Can we get a Doctor Doom this time with an accent/ I mean I'm not sure he's supposed to have one but he is Latverian. I know he went to school in the U.S.but just something that shows he's not some corporate jackass like in the first movies. Doom is supposed to be like Darth VAder scary and not Gordon Gekko.

I say how about the Frightful Four? Or at least The Wizard. He is another one of Reed's intellectual nemesis.

redvector 8/30/2010 6:25:52 PM

A FF reboot will fail, a Spiderman reboot will fail, and X-men preboot will fail.

Rockhead 8/30/2010 7:44:33 PM

Why are people even considering watching the NEW FF movie and the new X-men movie for that matter. Personally I think we need to avoid it all costs until the rights revert back to marvel. Then we would have much more faithful and better adaptations of these characters and the possibility of Marvel cranking out these movies with camoes of other characters. Can you Imagaine if the rights reverted back to Marvel? We could finally see The Thing vs. The Hulk on the big screen? Why doesn't anyone talk about this?

Personally I think this is a great forum to spread the word. I think we all need to hope the Marvel movies produced by other studios fail miserably (make no money) so those studios have no interest in retaining the rights, or at least drop the price tag as far as Marvel getting the rights back.

Just think about the possibilities in a cohesive self contained universe with one company producing the movies... pretty exciting don't you think?!?!?!?!?

Rockhead 8/30/2010 9:00:11 PM

ok,.. You inspired me. I created a facebook page to promote the concept of boycotting Marvel movies produced outside Marvel Studios due to licensing issues..

http://www.facebook.com/pages/edit/?id=152016668158574&sk=basic#!/pages/Help-Marvel-Regain-their-movie-rights-boycott-their-movies/152016668158574

axia777 8/30/2010 10:32:38 PM

Hulk VS the Thing is never a fight.  It is always an ass whipping on the Hulks part of the the Thing getting his ass whipped.  Poor Thing, getting pounded into the ground.  ROFL.  Then they have to try and pull the Hulk off the Thing to stop him from killing him.  It is kind of sad really.  But it would be awesome to watch!

BunyonSnipe 8/31/2010 4:15:07 AM

Bruce Willis all the way for The Thing and maybe a flashback to Ben Grimm too, but with hair, please...

Talking of a bald Willis, he would make a great Lex Luthor in the Superman reboot, but as President and not the main villain, and still holding a hope that Routh will return as Superman and Kevin Spacey in a cameo as Mister Mxyzptlk, which could make Superman Returns still exsist but in some other reality... No Superson!

spiderhero 8/31/2010 4:30:28 AM

So aliens invade Mexico? Serves them right.

Cerak 8/31/2010 6:54:28 AM

Since they haven't actually faced the REAL Doctor Doom yet, I don't see how that qualifies as an instant fail. I would dare say it'll be an instant fail because it's still being done by Fox, not because of any one character who may or may not be in the movie. I'd really like to see Marvel get all of it's properties back, including and especially X-Men and Spider-Man. Then maybe we can have a real and COMPLETE shared Marvel Universe.

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