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Old 02-05-2013, 08:32 AM   #32
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Default Re: Planet Hulk in Phase 3?

Originally Posted by Mr. Dent View Post
Oh please. Too much Banner is one of the reasons the previous two Hulk movies failed. A Hulk movie with 70% Hulk, 30% Banner is just right.
I'm not saying overwhelming the film in banner, but there's gotta be a likeable human side to the character, and PH and WWH would have little to no Banner, not even 30%

Originally Posted by Mr. Dent View Post
180-200 is enough to cover the budget. If they can do GotG they can do a PH movie.
Yes, but this is also why GotG is still such a huge gamble on Marvel's part. Spending 200 million on an untested, little known property like that is really ballsy, and Space saga's don't always kill it at the box office. so why risk not only a new property, but also one of your biggest characters, on movies that might not make back the money you spent?

Originally Posted by Mr. Dent View Post
Yes, they want variety but they also talked about expanding the universe. We know an Inhumans film is also in the works. Marvel Studios feels there is a lot of potential the cosmic side of things obviously, and sending Hulk to a different planet is a good set up for him to shine in his own film.
Inhumans is pure speculation at this point, and really the only indications we've seen seem to indicate that Guardians won out the "weird team in space" film slot. They want to "expand their universe", yes, but that doesn't mean just sending each Avenger to a different planet. It would feel redundant. Agree or not, but that's how a lot of people would feel going into the film

Originally Posted by Mr. Dent View Post
Okay...then they came right back and broke the Guardians and Thanos news. For everything you can say against LR there are more examples of them being right than wrong. And we haven't just been hearing about Stark going to space from LR, we've been hearing that from multiple venues and the fact IM is on the Guardians team in the new comic and is in space in his own comic right now just adds credence to that. Not to mention we know about the Deep Space Armor in the film. So it's just silly for you to bring up Iron Man in space as an argument for why LR is stretching.
Even a stopped clock gets it right twice a day. Anybody could look at that Iron Man toy and guess as much. And I can yell out "Black Panther! "Doctor Strange!" "Squirrel Girl!" "Guardians of the Galaxy!" and get one right occasionally, too... I called the next Cap being about Winter Soldier halfway through the first movie, does that make me a scooper?

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