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Old 02-21-2013, 08:41 AM   #401
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i wonder when Hugh is gonna shoot his scenes because he just started production on upcoming movie the prisoners
http://collider.com/production-begin...ke-gyllenhaal/
it can only be a good thing, hopefully it means his role isn't as big in this film as the previous movies

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Old 02-21-2013, 09:01 AM   #402
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dramas, thrillers and those type of movies use to be shooted in two months or so, so this doesnt mean Hugh will have a smaller role. Id wish! lol

but no. And we dont know which scenes will be shooted first on April. It can be 70's scenes, and the original actors wont need to be there.

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Hugh Jackman has large role In film as he himself said.

DOFP films from April 15 till October.

Remember back In X-Men 1 Hugh didn't start filming till about a month Into production.Ian Mckellen shoot all his scenes In a 2 week peroid for X2,and James MCavoy doesn't start work on DOFP till begining of may.ANna Paquin reportly doesn't start till June.

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They can give Wolverine enough face time in the future setting (and hopefully they won't wimp out and will give us the scene where he gets killed too).

Beyond that, no. Let the others have their due.

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yeah, Kitty and Rogue deserve to shine this time. Im so excited with both of them, same with Iceman.

Singer has the chance to show their full potential and to give us mature versions of the three characters, so fingers crossed the teaser trailer gives us a short but exciting tease

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They can give Wolverine enough face time in the future setting (and hopefully they won't wimp out and will give us the scene where he gets killed too).

Beyond that, no. Let the others have their due.
If he gets zapped to smouldering bones in the future, then he won't be the traveller. Maybe Rogue and Kitty go back and have to find the 1970s version? He would have just returned from Vietnam, as the US involvement in that war ended in 1973.

I just spotted that 1973 also saw (according to Wikipedia entry on robotics) the "first industrial robot with six electromechanically driven axes." Axes meaning plural of axis, not axe. In other words, able to reach its arm into different points rather than just swinging from side to side (two axes). Maybe the date has something to do with the development of the first Sentinel too?

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yeah, I think we could see the very first Sentinel on the 70's. Make sense, specially if Trask is in the film and he is the creator.

would love to see the first prototype of the sentinels on the 70's setting. and the modern version on the future.

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even If they keep him solely In future scenes Wolverine will be major character during that part of film.If they keep the cutting back and forth between times the final battle with sentinles may be Intercut with 1973 showdown between X-Men VS Brotherhood so the
scene that he gets killed If In film would probally be late In film If they go that route.

They aren't going to bring back Hugh Jackman and give him little to do.That would be like bring back Robert Downey JR for avengers sequel and giving him little to do(especilly since It will cost Disney a fortune to get him In Avengers sequel) and a big part of this Is getting X_Men films with both casts In film.

Bryan Is totally capable of having balance between Wolverine and other characters.In X2 as I keep pointing out Wolverine didn't help save the world he mostly was on his search for past during battle at stryker's base.We can argue that Cyclops was short changed but X2 wasn't just all about wolverine.Bryan was not Brett Ratner.Magneto was just as much the focus In first Class as Wolverine was In firsst 2 X-Men films.The avengers was In a lot of way focused on Tony Stark and Captain America.

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If he gets zapped to smouldering bones in the future, then he won't be the traveller. Maybe Rogue and Kitty go back and have to find the 1970s version? He would have just returned from Vietnam, as the US involvement in that war ended in 1973.

I just spotted that 1973 also saw (according to Wikipedia entry on robotics) the "first industrial robot with six electromechanically driven axes." Axes meaning plural of axis, not axe. In other words, able to reach its arm into different points rather than just swinging from side to side (two axes). Maybe the date has something to do with the development of the first Sentinel too?
One possibilty for Wolverine Is the 1973 version after having left Stryker(as we saw In Origins) could be recruited by Time traveler to help stop the assassination.

As for sentinel remember they have to have reasons the sntinles aren't used till after trilogy.Maybe Trask devolps plans for Sentinles but they are too advanced for 1973 technology to complete,and It takes years for technology to allow Trask's plans to become reality.

Trask Is likely candiate for assassination Inless they have Nixon In that role.

Based on Bryan's talk It seems like Iceman might be seocnd tier future character.When Bryan talks about returning actors In recent interviews he doesn't put Shawn Ashmore In same sentence with other confirmed OT returnees.

A big question Is how are they balancing Rogue and Kitty's roles.That question could answer which one could be time traveler.If It wasn't for true Blood schedule My bet would be On Rogue as Time traveler and taking Kitty's role In FIlm version.But because kitty Is In film and there Is the matter of true blood who knows.

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i'm expecting an end credits scene in the wolverine that opens the door to DOFP, maybe wolverine finds out Xavier is alive ect ect

anyone think if the wolverine is a hit it may make the other characters in DOFP a little redundant in the eyes of the casual audience when wolverine has come off a hit solo film (if that happens of course), its not quite like the avengers with this franchise

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I think it's gonna feel Avengers-y especially if The Wolverine sets DOFP up. It will feel like a mixture of First Class, original-trilogy, and The Wolverine. Even though Logan was in the originals and First Class, it'll be the most previous movie so it will probably feel directly related.

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Meh, I hope it's not Avenger-y. I want it to keep the same feel as First Class - small, more indie (in my opinion) setting and direction but still had some grand set pieces and scenes.

Hopefully, DOFP can keep that feeling just pushed into the 70's.

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Agree. Ive always loved the tone and style of X1.

it felt more grounded. It Bryan used that same realistic tone/style but with a huge budget and epic action moments, it would be amazing to me.

Id like to see the 70's scenes and to BELIEVE its real. Instead of getting a summer blockbuster feeling.

So fingers crossed Bryan brings that realistic tone/colour scheme again

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But the X-Men are anything but grounded. Singer needs to embrace the whole epic, grandeur that is the X-Men universe and translate that to film. It's because Singer has grounded the X-Men why some of the character are nothing like their larger than life comic book counterparts.

I mean could you imagine, asteroid M, the Savage land or even Apocalypse appearing in a grounded X-Men universe don't even get me started on the Shiar.

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I meant grounded with the direction style and the tone/style of the shots, not about the plots and powers use.

You can make a movie with X1 style but with a 200millions budget and EPIC action sequences.

They are two totally different things.

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Some things like the Shiar and Mojo I don't want them touching.

Your getting time travel and Sentinles In DOFP along with mutants powers that's more than enough scifi for a film.

Some things done In comics aren't going to work on film.

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I don't think I'm understanding you properly.
How do you ground the tone and style of a movie without affecting the plots and power use?
And what would be an example of a non grounded (in tone and style) movie. That doesn't have grand plots and epic power displays?

You say the two are unrelated so that suggests that what I've said above is plausible.

I really personally don't see how they don't go hand in hand. A grounded movie tries to avoid grandeur plots and tries to emphasize that with a more darker, realistic tone and style to film-making. A more epic (for want of a better term) embraces the exciting and does the opposite of a grounded movie but tries to retain any sense of realism it can.

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Meh, I hope it's not Avenger-y. I want it to keep the same feel as First Class - small, more indie (in my opinion) setting and direction but still had some grand set pieces and scenes.

Hopefully, DOFP can keep that feeling just pushed into the 70's.
Yeah, I'm with you.

I don't necessarily expect DoFP to have exactly the same feel as FC, since it's meant to be its own thing and its settings are very different. I just don't want it to be like another generic big blockbuster.

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I don't want it to have the same tone of Avengers...it needs to be dark, X2+Terminator tone. I just mean, its going to feel like a combination of the First Class era, OT and directly following The Wolverine, some of that too. So that's similar to Avengers as that felt like a combo between Iron Man, Captain America and Thor...

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Since Bryan has talked to James Cameron about this film I am seeing It more as cross between X2 and first Terminator with a bit of first Class thrown In.

The future scenes are going to be very dark.

The 1973 sceens will likely have more lighter moments.Bryan Is very skilled with doing Intrigue.Watch the Usual SUspects and Valykrie.He can build upon exceperence In X2 of white house and stryker scenes.

The only connection to DOFP besides Wolverine himself may not come till end of film or post Credit scene.

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i know many have mentioned about a new timeline being created but what if the story is more maybe something or someone travels back in time to assassinate someone to change history then the Xmen have travel back in time to stop it happenings and the timeline is restored back to how it is rather then everything changing after

Men in black 3 comes to mind

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If this is comparative to The Avengers in tone, I'll be pretty irritated. It's basically about a mutant genocide. The comic book storyline is dark relative to other comics, so this should be dark relative to other comic book movies.

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If this is comparative to The Avengers in tone, I'll be pretty irritated. It's basically about a mutant genocide. The comic book storyline is dark relative to other comics, so this should be dark relative to other comic book movies.
Yes, dark is definitely needed for these kinds of stories but I don't want X1 style overly conservative. That era of caution is no longer required after all the comic film successes since.

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I agree. I didn't mean it should try to be hyper-realistic. The storyline involves time travel and giant robots after all.

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I agree. I didn't mean it should try to be hyper-realistic. The storyline involves time travel and giant robots after all.
Yeah, I didn't think you meant that either. Part of my post was responding to some of the above posts as well.

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