Originally Posted by Showtime029
It could have been due to the \S/ itself sure, it could have been a combination, or not at all. I thought we were discussing Legendary here, and if the budget is lowered and possible sequel includes more action and a supervillian, how could Legendary not make money?
The B.O. results, and the DVD sales have everything
to do with it. It's not unheard of for big money-makers to get cold feet and shove off the deal. Maybe
the villains and action will attract more fans. All I can say, is it had better be a damned good trailer to enforce the promise and intoxicate the crowds.
Many were disappointed? Define many?
People love throwing this site around, so I'll give it a try.
.... Let's compare that to two other classic characters.
Batman Begins: 84% (+8)
Spider-Man 2: 93% (+17)
For a Superman movie, it didn't meet the mark. That might be subjective, but we have to stop and ask ourselves: "Why wasn't it received better?"
This is all speculation anyway. It will all be revealed soon enough and we can talk facts rather than speculation.