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zipahead 6/15/2012 3:52:09 PM

No chance,They already have The Incredibles which is pretty much the Fantastic Four,but I would love to see Marvel studios make a fully animated feature with no actor divas insisting on not wearing their costumes and taking off their masks all the time.

TheRiffs 6/15/2012 5:27:04 PM

Stop wasting time and just make Incredibles 2 already

Wyldstaar 6/15/2012 11:09:25 PM

Pixar itself shouldn't be doing anything other than original concepts.  In Hollywood-speak, they have to protect the brand.  There was a time when the Miramax name was a stamp of daring and originality in the film industry.  They railed against the Hollywood formula of generic crap.  Then, they were bought by Disney.  The Weinstein brothers allowed Miramax to begin it's slide into mainstream mediocrity, and the company was damaged forever.

Keeping name recognition safe is what sister studios are for.  If Pixar and Marvel decide they want to work together on a project, breaking off a piece of Pixar into a splinter group would allow quality, experienced animators from Pixar to work with Marvel Studios to create a feature film without damaging the Pixar name.  There are dozens of sister studios attached to Disney.  One more can't hurt.

DKnight0212 6/16/2012 1:24:36 AM

Well, we've seen what  a live action avengers movie looks like, basically a 2 hour episode of Avengers earths mightest heroes, so why bother with going to animation. Lets keep the live action thing going.  But if your gonna do it, I say , do a Marvel Civil War movie or one based on Secret Invasion; since we're a loooooong way away from that live action wise.

thezillaman 6/16/2012 1:45:55 AM

i think Wiseguy is right. that would be the right approach . it has to be something that all people of all ages can enjoy. it can be done and i can't wait to see what they come up with.

Wyldstaar 6/16/2012 9:05:54 AM

As far as character choice goes, ones that have been thus far untouched is definitely the way to go.  Powerpack and Antman were good suggestions.  Runaways could work as well, if they toned down the deaths to merely being implied rather than on-screen, if not flat out eliminated.

GothicStorm 6/16/2012 1:10:31 PM

Pixar is kids-friendly, so I'm guessing a Marvel Knights movie is out of the question then? *wink*

Power Pack would be a great movie for both adults and children. You could also toss in some adult characters or just have the kids fight an adult villain...possibly have the adult heroes taken hostage and the kids have to save them. As for the X-babies...that would make an awesome short to open the movie up! Liscensing would be tough to get around with FOX owning anything to do with X-Men though.

Would Franklin Richards fall into that whole liscensing thing with Universal owning the Fantastic Four? Or is that only with live-action movies?

Disney really needs to buy all of Marvel's characters back now that Marvel has solid ground to stand on. Animated or not, let's get the characters back under one roof. Hey, it's not like it's Warner Brothers we're talking about here.

DarthBob 6/16/2012 5:05:31 PM

 I think this could be a viable media to bring something like Secret Wars or Civil War to the big screen.

ElBaz13 6/16/2012 6:56:32 PM

I would rather they didn't mix an animated film series with the live action one and share the same universe.

Maybe they should tap into the Star Comics they had in the 80s. Spider-Ham or Planet Terry. More kid friendly and cartoony.
 

Or as mentioned above, Power Pack is kid friendly and I doubt they will be used on the Marvel cinematic universe. I would even consider Devil Dinosaur and Moonboy or Rocket Raccoon as well.

 

 

 

Dazzler 6/18/2012 4:16:56 AM

Hmmm how about a pixar Pet Avengers?  I liked that series.  It had frog-Thor, Ms Lion (they flipped her male and stupid), Falcon's falcon, Speedball's cat, and Lockjaw.  With a good story that would rule. 

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