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TigerPrime 8/12/2009 9:49:23 AM

Don't forget, Park also played Toad in the first X-Men movie.

I'm glad Walking Dead is finally getting made into a miniseries (the only way to do it properly), but I too am worried that they'll have to cut back on the gore, violence, and naughty language. But since it's more about character, I'm sure they'll find some sort of compromise.

invisioner 8/12/2009 9:54:52 AM

 I am tempted to say a bad episode of Zombies-as-a-TV-series is better than a good episode of Desperate Housewives anyday...

gauleyboy420 8/12/2009 10:26:03 AM

HA! Invisioner too right!

hanso 8/12/2009 10:45:42 AM

Any good episode of Desperate Housewives includes Eva Longoria in barely any clothes.  Does the bad episode of zombies include in any hot women with barely any clothes? If not, I'm afraid I'll take the Housewives episode.

In the no clothes department, Netflix has Powder Blue for instant viewing.  You know the one where Jessica Biel shows boobies.  Just fastforward past the 1 hour mark.

MrJawbreakingEquilibrium 8/12/2009 11:02:10 AM

I don't see how you'd think a movie without a superhero would not work - this is a new age of film where now people are more excepting of change from the haughty taughty good guys always win films and the there's always a happy ending films.  We're still not where I'd like to be but we're getting there.  More films - Layer Cake and The Mist  as some examples - are pushing boundaries with their endings and others are trying different approaches to storytelling so it could work.  Anyway, it will have a superhero in it anyway.  Maybe not a known one but it will and if Kick-Ass blows up - the good version of that term - at the box office it will definitely be a possibility.

I'm thinking if anybody "known" should do Iron Fist it is Jason Statham, who can make good movies but keeps on making retarded movies.

As for Walking Dead - anybody worried about it being toned down needs to only remember or watch Breaking Bad on AMC and all the shows on FX including The Shield, Nip/Tuck, and Rescue Me.  And remember that they have shown Snyder's Dawn of the Dead on TV plenty of times and they didn't cut too much out.  If they can show that then a zombie series would be great.

On  a ha ha note - This one fool on another site was like "It's a GRAPHIC novel...they're not going to have all the blood, guts, sex and violence on AMC."  What a moron, who in their right mind think that graphic means that in graphic novel.  God, people are stupid.

Matador 8/12/2009 11:16:30 AM

You know I don't remeber ever not watching a Rated-R zombie movie gotta have the dead zombie chicks showing nips.  Anything less is a waste of time.

Cool to know Abomination will be a pian in somebody's rear and I thought someone metioned he was supposed to evolve green or something. But here's hopeing he gives The Avengers a pounding  that looks like a fat girl abusing a little person.

Biel also has a really nice dunka dunk.

 

jfdavis 8/12/2009 11:46:50 AM

I agree Abomination would be good as a henchman or "Man in front of The Man."  The Leader would not be that much better in my opinion for this role.  Loki and the Mandarin are better choices but  the Skrull or Kree is much more interesting to me.  Maybe AIM or Hydra... 

Calibur454 8/12/2009 11:56:46 AM

Walking dead on AMC might work. They have already pushed the envelope a little bit with breaking bad.This could be a step in the right direction for AMC if the adaptation is faithfull to the comic strip. If they play their cards right AMC they might be look at as the next FX channel who as you all might recall have pushed boundaries with shows like rescue me, sons of anarchy, and the sheild. However don't be surprised if the Walking dead appears on a late night time slot like 10 11 or midnight.

Chopsaki 8/12/2009 12:20:40 PM

Eva Longoria as a barely clothed zombie, everybody wins...at least until decomposition sets in.

littlemikey979 8/12/2009 1:38:50 PM

Heros for Hire has got to be set in the 60's-70's era, otherwise "sweet christmas!" is not going to make much sense

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