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asromatifoso 7/28/2010 11:03:12 AM

 Nick Cave is amazing. Interesting to think of him as a screenwriter for The Crow. So much of his music deals with dark themes, that it fits, I guess.  Just strange to me. I knew that he wrote movie scores but did not know that he wrote scripts.

littlemikey979 7/28/2010 11:12:22 AM

I really hope that Cap gets the wedge shaped shied first and get the round one in the end. I think Marvel will stick to their own story and not stray too far from that.

I can't wait to see where Stan Lee pops up in Captain America. I know he is not an actor but I wish they would give him more screen time and a few more lines.

As far as Routh goes, it wouldn't be that terrible of an idea for him to put the cape and glasses on again, I think he could have been better had he not been an actually good written movie. No comment on X:Men First Crash.

ElBaz13 7/28/2010 11:13:04 AM

Punisher: Only one way to solve this. No more movies! They do not do well. Punisher is a C to B lister. If Marvel is high on doing TV shows, then they should do an HBO type Punisher TV show. They could even use Ray Stevenson again as he's done HBO work before.

X-men First Class: The more news I hear of this movie the more I think it will be another X-men Origins: Wolverine. I get the feeling the writers, producer and Fox people sit in a boardroom and just say "hey, let's add this mutant in this movie, we now have 17 mutants. Can we add any more?" Wolverine was the same thing. Throwing Gambit in the Wolverine "younger" days or all of the mutants added in Last Stand.

Captain America: Of course the 3 different costumes are to sell action figure...duh...Marvel needs to make profit not just from the movies. (see George Lucas)

Wasp: Longoria is perfect. I'm a closet Desperate Housewives viewer (not anymore). I see a lot of Janet Van Dyne in her Gabriele character. She has no trouble playing a rich, snobby, fashion-freak diva.

Young Justice: meh

cromulentcat 7/28/2010 11:21:46 AM

I dont like Longoria... I hope she stays far away from marvel.

jedibanner 7/28/2010 11:25:21 AM

So....Marvel publishes Punisher since the beginning....Marvel has always been a partner in the Punisher's movies....Marvel still publishes Punisher and now Marvel ''fully'' owns the Punisher.

Yep, THAT's worth news space....

redhairs99 7/28/2010 11:37:28 AM

I think that Blue Beetle footage is probably what sold the producers of Smallville and TPTB over at WB on the idea of having Geoff Johns do an episode with him in it.  I'm still hoping for a JLA spin-off once Smallville wraps, but I'll take a Blue Beetle.

I know I'm in the minority here, but I liked Superman Return "overall" (even if there were a number of things that bugged me and still do).  I would have liked to have seen where exactly Singer was planning on taking the characters.  He's a solid filmmaker and SR is really the only film of his that slightly blimishes his record.  Hell, he even made Tom Cruise bearable for a couple of hours.  All this said, I thought Routh was pretty darn good as Supes/Clark. 

There are a few possiblities as to who Nolan might cast.  He said somewhere that they were looking at a "TV star."  For some reason, some have inferred this to mean that guy who plays Chuck on NBC, which I just can't see that guy as Superman...maybe Clark, but never Superman.  There are really three actors who come to mind that could fit this "TV star" clue.  One is Routh.  Isn't he on Chuck now anyway?  Second is that guy (sorry, I'm bad with names when I've only seen an actor in one role) who plays the good werewolf on TrueBlood.  If he shaved his beard, I'd definitely buy him as Superman.  The third choice, is fairly obvious...Tom Welling.  The guy has been played Clark for a decade now.  This season he becomes Superman.  Now hopefully, they wouldn't follow Smallville continuity in the new film, but I wouldn't mind seeing Welling finally take it to the big screen.

Wyldstaar 7/28/2010 2:43:19 PM

Tom Welling has stated in interviews repeatedly that he has zero interest in playing Superman in any movie, ever redhairs.  Personally, I don't see why.  If he's worried about typecasting, that ship sailed a long time ago.

Young Justice looks awesome.  The Justice League they showed appears to be the same one that was featured in the movie Justice League: Crisis On Two Earths.  It also looks to be a more mature take on the characters, along the same lines as Justice League Unlimited.

While I also think it's noteworthy that The Punisher has reverted to Marvel Studios, it doesn't require a particularly long mention.  Wiseguy mentioned that Kevin Feige has stated that Marvel Studios has no interest in making R rated films.  While this is certainly true, that statement was made before Disney bought Marvel.  Walt Disney Motion Picture Group consists of a number of studios, including Miramax which would be ideal for distribution of R rated productions from Marvel Studios.

BarracudaVSFrankencastle 7/28/2010 8:52:15 PM

Young Justice looks like a definite addition to the DVR list...

redhairs99 7/29/2010 3:38:47 AM

Wyldstaar, yes, Welling has stated that in the past, but from all the interviews I've watched from ComicCon and they were ALOT, he says he's open to the possibly.

Wiseguy 7/29/2010 5:56:20 AM

They'll never let welling or Routh don Superman's cape for the big screen. The only way may be if Nolan wants to continue along Singer's storyline and bring back that cast but Welling I can't see under any circumstance

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