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  • #16
    Originally posted by SmileOfTheShadow View Post
    And to Joe Nazzaro who provided the info about Cap movie, Thor, Iron Man 2, then Avengers. You left out that they're doing Ant-Man as well

    IMDB also has listings for Nick Fury and Submariner movies in 2010, Luke Cage in 2009, Iron Fist in 2008? Although some of these may never see light.

    I know these aren't directly Avengers-related, but... you never know.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Doom Shepherd View Post
      IMDB also has listings for Nick Fury and Submariner movies in 2010, Luke Cage in 2009, Iron Fist in 2008? Although some of these may never see light.

      I know these aren't directly Avengers-related, but... you never know.
      Holy crap batman...oversaturation much?
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      • #18
        Originally posted by SmileOfTheShadow View Post
        Holy crap batman...oversaturation much?
        Indeed, that is probably way more than people would ever actually watch. I have enjoyed some of the comic book movies but I prefer the comics as usually they are too butchered to make them mainstream.

        Off those mentioned in this thread I would see:

        Cap movie (though the TV movies weren't great)
        Iron Man 2

        I might see:

        Avengers
        Nick Fury
        Thor

        The rest I am not that interested in.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Joe Nazzaro View Post
          Yeah, that's the reason why I didn't mention Ant Man either. Last I heard, it was supposed to be directed by Edgar Wright, but I'm not sure where this fits into his plans. Also, I was under the impression it was going to be played for humor, which wouldn't necessarily fit in with Marvel's grand Avengers plan. But I've been wrong before.
          Ant-Man's still with Edgar (and his friend Joe Cornish, as co-writer) at the moment, though it's still a bit up in the air so hasn't been scheduled a release date, and he says he's doing it as an action-adventure primarily, with some comedic elements but NOT as a 'spoof' super-hero film. I'd guess something like the tone of Iron Man, which when you think about it was quite a funny film.

          As for the other films listed on IMDB, they ended up on their after Marvel Studios started up and listed all the properties they owned are were looking to develop, but the only ones with any concrete plans are the Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America, and Avengers film. Other than that Ant-Man is the only one with a writer and director attached, so take those IMDB listings with a large mound of salt.
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          • #20
            Maybe they could do Thor and Hulk 2 in one movie. Remember one of the old Hulk movies with Bill Bixby, in which he met Thor?

            Seriously though I'd love to see Thor, and more of the Surfer too. Personally I don't care about the rest you mentioned, actually.
            And a new Flash Movie would be nice too.
            Also I would bet my arse on a Smallville movie, featuring all the members of the Justice League they have introduced so far, coming out sooner or later.
            Last edited by I love Lyta; 05-08-2008, 07:47 AM.
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            • #21
              Originally posted by tarasis View Post
              Indeed, that is probably way more than people would ever actually watch. I have enjoyed some of the comic book movies but I prefer the comics as usually they are too butchered to make them mainstream.

              Off those mentioned in this thread I would see:

              Cap movie (though the TV movies weren't great)
              Iron Man 2

              I might see:

              Avengers
              Nick Fury
              Thor

              The rest I am not that interested in.
              Silver Surfer? Ahhhhem?!
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              • #22
                Originally posted by I love Lyta View Post
                Maybe they could do Thor and Hulk 2 in one movie. Remember one of the old Hulk movies with Bill Bixby, in which he met Thor?

                Seriously though I'd love to see Thor, and more of the Surfer too. Personally I don't care about the rest you mentioned, actually...
                The point is, if you want to see any more Iron Man after 2, or see Thor again after his film, or indeed see the Hulk in another film, the Avengers film is probably all of their next appearances. John Favreau has specifically said that the direction he sees for Iron Man is for him to move into the Avengers after Iron Man 2, as many super-hero franchises tend to go downhill after the first couple of films.

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                • #23
                  Good point.
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                  • #24
                    I finally made it out this weekend with my 24yo niece, 12yo son, and 45yo self. We all really enjoyed it, which is about the best a PG-13 rated movie can hope for. I thought the CGI was outstanding. This was one of the few CGI intensive movies I can recall where everything felt real. It helped that the main character and villain were mechanical, but I certainly believed that there were flesh-and-blood men inside the machines.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by NotSoWize View Post
                      I finally made it out this weekend with my 24yo niece, 12yo son, and 45yo self. We all really enjoyed it, which is about the best a PG-13 rated movie can hope for. I thought the CGI was outstanding. This was one of the few CGI intensive movies I can recall where everything felt real. It helped that the main character and villain were mechanical, but I certainly believed that there were flesh-and-blood men inside the machines.

                      That's exactly how I felt. It seemed like "wow...cgi's finally caught up to my imagination."
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                      • #26
                        As a comic book fan of 25+ years I love the idea of building all these characters into an Avengers Movie. Would such a thing be possible? I think the Stars' salaries alone would kill the project from the beginning.

                        I suppose if they shot some scenes during each individual movie for the group movie, a substantial savings could be generated, although that too has issues.
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