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Old 02-25-2012, 01:56 AM   #66
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Default Re: Will MOS Be A Standalone Film Or A Trilogy?

Originally Posted by hopefulsuicide View Post
I agree.

It's weird because Zack Snyder is one of my favourite directors. '300' and 'Watchmen' hold two of the spots in my Top 5 movies of all time... So I obviously love his style.

And yet when directors names where being thrown around, I HATED the idea of Snyder. Because I kept picturing a cgi heavy, stylised film with loads of fantasy stuff crammed into it. It's only since listening to him talk about it, that my fear of that has mostly gone away.

The funny thing is, I like Nolan's films as much as the next guy, but I wouldn't be so happy if I knew this movie was solely his idea, or he was directing. I'd be afraid it'd be too serious, too detatched.

It is the combination of people that has me excited.

David Goyer's idea (because I think we works really well as an ideas man, and he knows and loves the comics)

Nolan's contriubution and help with said idea, and commitment to it's production, overlooking it's quality.

Synder's flair for stunning visuals, casting choices and ability to bring out 'hearty' performances from his actors (if that word makes sense , it's just the best one I can think of to describe what I mean).

Additional contributions from other writers giving the script a polish.

Now that's a winning combination
Agreed; it's like someone finally heard our prays to bring in the best creative minds without egos clashing to give us that Superman fans both deserve and need

Snyder's Visuals and Nolan's/Goyer's Story/Screenplay with exceptional cast that we have, things are really looking well for Superman in the film franchise and we haven't even seen footage yet.

I do hope that those three remain on board for future intakes; if there are any additions in the creative team for future sequels, I wouldn't mind seeing Jonathan Nolan come on board as well.

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