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Old 02-03-2013, 03:18 PM   #751
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I loved the X2 trailer. mainly because of the short character vignettes that def28 mentioned.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8NIxnIPv98
I liked the X1 trailer as well. Think they used the Dark City soundtrack which was awesome.

Now that I think of it most of the X trailers have been pretty well done regardless of the films.

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I like trailers and I can't wait for X-men DOFP Trailer I remember X-men 3 trailer, it was the best trailer of the series. It gave me goosebumps. I used to watch it over and over.

I want the new X-men movie trailer to surpass it.

It still rocks though.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8ZMvxzplwc
Such a good trailer for such a mediocre movie. Just goes to show trailers should never be used as indicators for how good a film will be.

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I'll say it again, this is the closest we'll get to an X4. I can't see the studio greenlighting an X-Men film without Fassbender, McAvoy & Lawrence. The majority of this film takes place in '73 meaning the protagonists are Fassbender, McAvoy & Lawrence. The reason we're getting all the players from the original trilogy back is that the film is based on Days of Future Past. You need them there to tell this particular story. I don't see the studio financing an X-Men movie starring Anna Paquin, Ellen Page & Shawn Ashmore. Even if Jackman was in the picture I just don't see them doing that.

I think after Days of Future Past we'll get another X-Men movie three years down the line that continues the story that ended in '73. I doubt we'll see the cast of the original trilogy in that film but rather young versions of Cyclops, Jean Grey & Storm and I think like this film it will jump forward a decade & be set in the 80s.
Do you realize that FOX brought back the original cast to appeal to casual viewers especially how First Class became the lowest-grossing X-Men movie yet at domestic box-office. If FOX is so confident with the First Class cast headlining their own movie, they wouldn't bring back the OT actors.

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There is a monologue, it tells what happened and what the world is like now. I particularly like the classifications. H for humans, A for humans that carry the mutant gene (forbidden to breed) and M for mutants. This goes on while it shows Kitty doing stuff around the streets
I doubt the opening monologue would be something like that. Its probably going to be a speech just like in X1/X2.

My favorite trailer for a X-Men movie is the one for X2, that featured their codenames, then the tagline "its time for those who are different to stand united" and the background music just gave me chills! I hope DOFP gets a trailer like that! I would be so thrilled for that!

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Conversely, if Fox was so confident in X-Men 4, it would have been greenlit 7 years ago. As it stands, I think it's too early to tell what the studio's next move will be.

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Where's the Superbowl scoop that guy said he was going to have for everybody?!!!!!!!

Where is he???????

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Conversely, if Fox was so confident in X-Men 4, it would have been greenlit 7 years ago. As it stands, I think it's too early to tell what the studio's next move will be.
things have clearly changed after all these years in the comic movies state

Marvel achieved something really huge with Avengers. Thats why all the studios are now thinking bigger.

And lets be honest, what biggest thing Fox could do with the X-men franchise appart from getting the full original cast back for X4 or even X4 and X5?

Thats their wildest card. I dont know if they will play it, but thats their wildest card, and more if they use a villain as famous as Apocalypse, as most of the users have mentioned.

Days of future past is the very first big move from the studio regarding this franchise. And Im sure this wont be the last big x-men movie of the franchise.

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Conversely, if Fox was so confident in X-Men 4, it would have been greenlit 7 years ago. As it stands, I think it's too early to tell what the studio's next move will be.
Yeah, I have a feeling things are gonna be very different after this movie.

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Conversely, if Fox was so confident in X-Men 4, it would have been greenlit 7 years ago. As it stands, I think it's too early to tell what the studio's next move will be.
When X3 was released, they clearly stated they want to release a couple of spin-off movies before doing a X-Men 4 movie. It was not like they lost confidence continuing the series with a X-Men 4 movie.

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Yeah, I have a feeling things are gonna be very different after this movie.
definetly.
this movie will be bigger than some use to think on here, remark my words

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And lets be honest, what biggest thing Fox could do with the X-men franchise appart from getting the full original cast back for X4 or even X4 and X5?

Thats their wildest card. I dont know if they will play it, but thats their wildest card, and more if they use a villain as famous as Apocalypse, as most of the users have mentioned.
I think if X-Men 4 was released in 2009 and I think it would have done well. If Origins managed to gross more than $170 million at the domestic box-office (especially with bad reviews from critics and the leaked version of the movie). Of course X4 would have earned at least $170 million too. I don't know if it would have been as huge as X3, but it would have performed better than Origins and First Class.

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I like trailers and I can't wait for X-men DOFP Trailer I remember X-men 3 trailer, it was the best trailer of the series. It gave me goosebumps. I used to watch it over and over.

I want the new X-men movie trailer to surpass it.

It still rocks though.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8ZMvxzplwc
I love how the X3 trailer suggested that the film was going to be this epic Dark Phoenix destruction film...and it ended up being a lame example of the worst wire-work ever. LOL

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X3's trailer was all kinds of epic and it did it's job of shining people on. In my mind, the film did not meet the expectations of the trailer. But I think most of us agree on that.

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things have clearly changed after all these years in the comic movies state

Marvel achieved something really huge with Avengers. Thats why all the studios are now thinking bigger.

And lets be honest, what biggest thing Fox could do with the X-men franchise appart from getting the full original cast back for X4 or even X4 and X5?

Thats their wildest card. I dont know if they will play it, but thats their wildest card, and more if they use a villain as famous as Apocalypse, as most of the users have mentioned.

Days of future past is the very first big move from the studio regarding this franchise. And Im sure this wont be the last big x-men movie of the franchise.
Yeah, finally execs will believe that superhero teams can work. And not only work, make ridiculous money. Fox will finally realise that they own the rights to one of the big 3 teams from comic lore & when they do recognise that value, they'll start treating it with the respect (and budget ) that it deserves.

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Yeah, finally execs will believe that superhero teams can work. And not only work, make ridiculous money. Fox will finally realise that they own the rights to one of the big 3 teams from comic lore & when they do recognise that value, they'll start treating it with the respect (and budget ) that it deserves.
exactly!!

Im really confident that DOFP will the the movie that will wake them up.

I mean, they are already thinking big with this Days of future past sequel, having the two casts and the SENTINELS is something really huge, but its boxoffice will show them that they havent really explore the Xmen full potential during this last decade.

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Yeah, finally execs will believe that superhero teams can work. And not only work, make ridiculous money. Fox will finally realise that they own the rights to one of the big 3 teams from comic lore & when they do recognise that value, they'll start treating it with the respect (and budget ) that it deserves.
Besides, X1 and X2, all of the X-Men movies got the budget that they deserved. Back in 2006, X3 was the most expensive movie ever made! Origins got a decent budget of $150 million and that movie was a spin-off. First Class which didn't feature the X-Men most well-known characters got a budget of $160 million. The problem with FOX is they don't know have to maximize their budget and they should work with better visual effects companies.

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And lets be honest, what biggest thing Fox could do with the X-men franchise appart from getting the full original cast back for X4 or even X4 and X5?

Thats their wildest card. I dont know if they will play it, but thats their wildest card, and more if they use a villain as famous as Apocalypse, as most of the users have mentioned.
I would say that, between the two, this is their wildest card. Days of Future Past is a crossover movie, featuring the old cast, new cast, time travel, and robots. There are more possibilities with this movie than a sequel to The Last Stand, featuring Apocalypse.

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When X3 was released, they clearly stated they want to release a couple of spin-off movies before doing a X-Men 4 movie. It was not like they lost confidence continuing the series with a X-Men 4 movie.
No, they didn't. You make it sound like Fox issued a press release, stating its X-Men film goals for the next 10 years. That's not the case at all. It has always been very up in the air. It still is.

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Besides, X1 and X2, all of the X-Men movies got the budget that they deserved. Back in 2006, X3 was the most expensive movie ever made! Origins got a decent budget of $150 million and that movie was a spin-off. First Class which didn't feature the X-Men most well-known characters got a budget of $160 million. The problem with FOX is they don't know have to maximize their budget and they should work with better visual effects companies.
The problem with Fox is that the studio waits to the last minute to do things, and that costs money--a lot of money.


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No, they didn't. You make it sound like Fox issued a press release, stating its X-Men film goals for the next 10 years. That's not the case at all. It has always been very up in the air. It still is.
Well I remembered hearing that from E news when X3 was released and it was said by one of their reporters. So its not like I just made a fake press release from FOX.

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I'm pretty sure that when The Last Stand was released it was being advertised as the last X-Men movie ever. At best, there were discussions of a Wolverine spin-off, at that time. There was never any promise of X-Men 4, and there still isn't. Like I said, it has always been up in the air and still is.

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Besides, X1 and X2, all of the X-Men movies got the budget that they deserved. Back in 2006, X3 was the most expensive movie ever made! Origins got a decent budget of $150 million and that movie was a spin-off. First Class which didn't feature the X-Men most well-known characters got a budget of $160 million. The problem with FOX is they don't know have to maximize their budget and they should work with better visual effects companies.
X3 had the budget but not the respect and that's why it was rushed out after Singer's move. And really the 1st couple of films are what educate the general audience what ballpark to place the X-Men property in. So they now see it as a smaller property than certain other things that it really should have been bigger than if the studio had had that confidence all the way through. If the 1st ever X-film was coming out post Avengers it would get a monster budget out of the gate and would be treated like gold dust. But yes on the other point that Fox should have got better FX value for money for the dollars spent on X3 & Origins. I mean Colossus X3 Vs X2....

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Lauren mentioned X4 treatment on 2011. It wasnt a promise, but it was new info about it, actually.

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I'm pretty sure that when The Last Stand was released it was being advertised as the last X-Men movie ever. At best, there were discussions of a Wolverine spin-off, at that time. There was never any promise of X-Men 4, and there still isn't. Like I said, it has always been up in the air and still is.
Ya I dont think any movie after DOFP is gonna be called X4. Or a follow up to events during those times. Guess ya never know though...

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There's no reason to call a movie X4 or anything like that. X-Men Children of the Atom, X-Men Age of Apocalypse...etc

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There's no reason to call a movie X4 or anything like that. X-Men Children of the Atom, X-men Age of Apocalypse...etc
Agreed

Be nice to see Uncanny X Men on the screen one of these days.

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Well I remembered hearing that from E news when X3 was released and it was said by one of their reporters. So its not like I just made a fake press release from FOX.
I remember when X3 came out talk of 3 spin-off's...a Wolverine, a Magneto, and a mystery 3rd film focused on "young" X-Men which eventually became First Class (which also used elements of the Mag's film)......

......I'm vouching for psylockolussus, there was lots of chatter when X3 came out about future films...

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