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Old 01-29-2013, 06:36 PM   #101
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seriously, I remember reading the book going "this is not Superman", and the movie didnt help that at all, Miller has no clue who Superman is or how he works and it really shows in Dark Knight Returns Part 2.

At least Valley did a good job

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So assuming if MOS turns out to be the financial success that we're all hoping it to be; when do you guys think we could expect to see a sequel if we also take JLA into consideration?

I mean if JLA is pushed to 2016, then does that mean that we have to wait longer than 3 years to see a sequel? That would suck

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So assuming if MOS turns out to be the financial success that we're all hoping it to be; when do you guys think we could expect to see a sequel if we also take JLA into consideration?

I mean if JLA is pushed to 2016, then does that mean that we have to wait longer than 3 years to see a sequel? That would suck
Yeah, that's no bueno. I don't think JL will be pushed to 2016, though. If they greenlight it in July after they know the initial results of MOS, they could be filming by late fall and have a full year of post production until the summer 2015 release.

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Justice League sidelined. Man of Steel sequel fast-tracked for June/July 2015.

That's exactly how I see it going down. Even a writer officially hired before Man of Steel drops. Not that it's a stretch - standard operating procedure.

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That's exactly how I see it going down. Even a writer officially hired before Man of Steel drops. Not that it's a stretch - standard operating procedure.
While that would be ideal; my only concern and I think I'm not alone in this as well, would be that with just 2 years prep time, could they really deliver a film with the same quality, if not better quality than the first film considering on how hard it is to find sequels to successful films when they've only had less than 3 years worth of prep time.

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An apparent screenshot of Amy Adams as Lois Lane.

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seriously, I remember reading the book going "this is not Superman", and the movie didnt help that at all, Miller has no clue who Superman is or how he works and it really shows in Dark Knight Returns Part 2.

At least Valley did a good job
While not the ideal portrayal, I actually thought Superman and Batman both came off equally as bad in the story.

You might find this read interesting:

http://www.comicscube.com/2010/05/cl...out-frank.html

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Who the bald headed dude in the background.

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Good Question! Maybe Clark decided glasses weren't convincing enough as a disguise...

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While that would be ideal; my only concern and I think I'm not alone in this as well, would be that with just 2 years prep time, could they really deliver a film with the same quality, if not better quality than the first film considering on how hard it is to find sequels to successful films when they've only had less than 3 years worth of prep time.


I would have no problem with seeing a MOS sequel in 2015 ahead of a JL film.

Whatever story and script is better, whatever film has the better talent when it comes to director and crew and whatever film has a solid cast ready should be developed first IMO.

Who was hired to write the story and script for the MOS sequel? Goyer and Johnstad or Goyer and J Nolan?

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Amazing. I dare anyone to look at that picture and tell me she doesn't evoke all the Lois Lane qualities. I literally see no Amy Adams or what she is stereotypically perceived as.

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Good Question! Maybe Clark decided glasses weren't convincing enough as a disguise...
Are you saying they gave clark a bald head as a disguise?

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I like Amy very much but i think she is very sweet for the role..Lois supose to be a dynamic woman.I think the best for the role will be Kate Beckinsale..But maybe Amys performance will be perfect.In the trailer i had the feeling that she does not match for the role..We will see

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A pissed off Luthor leaving after Lois tells him off for trying to get the DP to publish a paper about how the 'alien' is a threat to the world.

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Are you saying they gave clark a bald head as a disguise?
haha yeah, but I was joking. I don't know who the bald guy is.

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I like Amy very much but i think she is very sweet for the role..Lois supose to be a dynamic woman.I think the best for the role will be Kate Beckinsale..But maybe Amys performance will be perfect.In the trailer i had the feeling that she does not match for the role..We will see
People tend to forget how a diverse actress she is. She is very capable of playing strong women. Have you seen her amazing performance In THE FIGHTER ? She's more than capable of playing Lois. And Kate was horrible as Lois but she didn't have much to work with. ****, put me in a wig and I can give a ****ing better performance than Kate did as Lois.

Oh I though you were talking about the chick from RETURNS
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You mean it's not Sinead O'Connor.

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People tend to forget how a diverse actress she is. She is very capable of playing strong women. Have you seen her amazing performance In THE FIGHTER ? She's more than capable of playing Lois. And Kate was horrible as Lois but she didn't have much to work with. ****, put me in a wig and I can give a ****ing better performance than Kate did as Lois.

Oh I though you were talking about the chick from RETURNS
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I like Amy very much but i think she is very sweet for the role..Lois supose to be a dynamic woman.I think the best for the role will be Kate Beckinsale..But maybe Amys performance will be perfect.In the trailer i had the feeling that she does not match for the role..We will see
Check these out:

Trouble with the Curve
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And I'm sure it will help give you an idea of her range.

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Trouble with the Curve
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And I'm sure it will help give you an idea of her range.
Great films all three of them. I kept picturing Amy as Lois in some of the conference/ office scenes in Curve. Lol

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Great films all three of them. I kept picturing Amy as Lois in some of the conference/ office scenes in Curve. Lol
Lol I was doing the same thing.

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Trouble With the Curve was an incredibly terrible movie. So many good actors (Amy Adams included), but a terrible script with a terrible director. The actors just couldn't save it.

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The Master
The Fighter

And I'm sure it will help give you an idea of her range.
i did see,and she was great,in The Fighter she was excelent.I dont speak for her acting,but her face..Very sweet for Lois...But we will see her.

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