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Teddyray1 6/30/2010 1:00:54 PM

Well said, Mayhem101878.  Disney also owned Miramax, which brought us Clerks, Pulp Fiction and the Kill Bill movies...also not santized for anyone's protection.

Mock me if you will, but I would love to see an Peter Porker, the Spectacular Spider-Ham cartoon.

reek 6/30/2010 5:40:41 PM

Fair points made by Mayhem 101878 and Teddyray1 concerning Dimension films but I don't see Disney passing up the chance to take most marvel titles (excluding the Marvel Knightish ones, Blade, Punisher etc) in the most kid friendly way they can.  I imagine they'll leave the film projects alone becuase, so far, Marvel studios has proven they know how to make money.  It is the prospects for TV that I am frightened about.  If you exclude Superman, the history of comic characters on live action TV is pretty grim even without the four-fingered glove prints of the mouse all over them.

Ozymandas 6/30/2010 6:50:05 PM

Ant-Man: call me crazy, but I would love to see Garrett Morriss make a cameo in this movie.

HeroForHire05 6/30/2010 8:05:45 PM

I think powerpack would make a great cartoon. Master kung-fu would be great for tv,as well as agent X, Taskmaster, Cloak,  & Dagger and black panther

Calibur454 6/30/2010 8:22:35 PM


Id like to add my own two cents in on that topic because I had my own fears about it to. Disney has been doing fairly well as of late and if the disney video game EPIC MICKEY does well for the WII and I think it will I have a feeling that they will focus more on games than anything else.

Kraken89 7/1/2010 12:16:30 AM

For Marvel Entertainment ABC Family....The Runaways would be the best choice. It's centered on a group of super human (except for one) teens who discover they're parents were super-villains and must redeem themselves and take responsibility for their great power, all the while being hunted down by a group teen super-villains. Along the way they'll encounter famous Marvel icons such as Cloak & Dagger, Spiderman and many more. That way, men younger than 40 will watch the show.

As for Superman/Batman:Apocaplypse, I'm quite excited. Before I thought it was Superman/Batman: Supergirl by Jeph Loeb and Michael Turner (R.I.P) without Supergirl. So I was hesitant. But, to see that they just changed the title around of Loeb & Turner's story is a sigh of relief. I can't wait to see the opening with Batman doing reconaissance in Gotham Bay and the menacing look of him as he walks out of the water. It does make me wonder though if the whole PG13 rating is because of Kara's suggested nudity in the beginning of the story.

Ant-Man seems to me to be a hard film to make considering Hank Pym's been AntMan and GiantMan, how his powers are constricted always puzzled me. In Ultimate Avengers Hank grew to the size of skyscrapers,  which I loved, but then some stories have him only able to shrink to down to a microscopic spec. I just hope to see Wasp.

RaM1Lo 7/1/2010 5:41:12 AM

i can't wait to see what Wright does with Ant-man.

As for Marvel on TV, i agree that Moon Night, Power Pack, and The Runaways would be great.  i'd really love to see them try and bring Nova/Nova Corps to life.

redvector 7/1/2010 6:18:44 AM

I find it interesting Jeph Loeb doesn't say anything about his work on Heroes. He mentions Lost and Smallville but not Heroes. Tim Kring throws him under the bus and a year later he's working as EVP in charge of Marvel's TV division. And what's Tim Kring doing now? Oh yeah, I know not jack shit.

HumanKimberly 7/1/2010 6:40:34 AM

Hank Pym is my favorite superhero. I'm so excited that there might be an Ant-Man movie. I really hope they use Nathan Fillion and Eva Longoria. I was very unhappy when it was rumored he might use Simon Pegg; he doesn't not say 'Henry Pym' to me. It's hard to find t-shirts, toys, etc of Pym's identities, but with a movie there will be merchandising for it! I'm very excited.

jdiggitty 7/1/2010 6:59:21 AM

Has the Silver Surfer movie been scrapped? Either way, I'd like to see more Marvel Cosmos material but I'm not sure how viewer friendly that is.

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