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Old 08-14-2013, 09:02 PM   #76
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Nope .
It s going to Leak $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$.

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Old 08-14-2013, 09:58 PM   #77
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Contenders for Batman:

Anson Mount - My top choice. Anyone who has seen Hell on Wheels knows this is Bruce/Batman of the wild west. Plus, he's an actor that deserves a strong film credit IMO.

Karl Urban- Dude owned as Dredd, would easily translate to Batman. However, he has two franchises under his belt and I would like to see him stick with Dredd.

Matt Bomer -He embodies the suave sophistication of Bruce in White Collar, plus he is cooler than the other side of a pillow, not to mention there is a black & white photo online of him and cavill that just makes me think Supes & Bats.

Josh Brolin -Guy has the look of Bruce and Batman, plus he is a darn good actor.

Steven Strait -Has a good voice and look and if he packed on 10-20 lbs could be a good Batman for the next few years

Ben Barnes -Same as Steven, plus he has those dark eyes.

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau -He has a good look for Bruce, but I'd rather he be Aquaman if the role goes of Bats goes to any of the above actors.

Luke Evans -A lot of people have brought up his name. I think he might make a good Batman if they go for a more acrobatic Bats as he has that look to him.

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Old 08-14-2013, 11:26 PM   #78
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You can get plenty of story out of a single villain, and even I'll admit the movies haven't made the best use of him. There's Superman, but Lex is somewhat marred by the comedic sidekicks, he's only a supporting villain in II, he's a bit closer to the comics version in IV but that's wasted on a bad movie, and his plan in Returns is just ridiculous.

If the villain is someone like Bizarro, Metallo, or Parasite, you can easily work him in as the one pulling the strings, or even the one who created them.
The thing with Lex Luthor is he is the name of Superman's enemy, but what he is beyond that has changed a huge amount over time. STM, L&C and STAS have very different Lex's. True, he is more similar in L&C and STAS, but still quite different. In STAS he is an arms dealer, who clear operates near the edge of the law. In L&c he is a businessman and philanthropist, most of whose official actions seem above board, except maybe his fast-tracking nuclear power plants, but he secretly recruits gangsters to drive down the price of land he wants and lots of other illegal actions.

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Old 08-15-2013, 12:04 AM   #79
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it would be more interesting if que the angry fans they re explore later i mean much later the idea of superman having a child this time with supes being a real loving father and giving him responsibilities that are more everyman and the other reason why its interesting is this how far is he willing to go to protect his family will he kill a villian to save his son this villian isnt going to destroy the world but think about it you have a situation in which only one can survive a villian or your family who would you choose a person you will miss or a person no one will miss but is still a life
I am perfectly OK with Lois and Clark getting married and having a child. I would have no problems with MOS 3 having Superman the father (I doubt we will see it in MOS 2). SR was Superman the deadbeat dad, the man who runs away when he gets too close to a woman or something.

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Old 08-15-2013, 12:07 AM   #80
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I dont have a problem with it, after all, Byrne's Man of Steel #3 had Batman meeting Supes for the 1st time and Batman's name wasnt in the title.
This is why I don't get objections to Batman in MOS 2. Batman appears in Superman comics a lot, why not in films?

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Old 08-15-2013, 12:09 AM   #81
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So if Flash confirmed for 2016? That means he'll have a TV series on CW and a film.
Isn't that what Superman had with Smallville going in 2006 when SR came out?

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Old 08-16-2013, 07:09 PM   #82
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Does this mean they think Interstellar will do better than Superman/Batman?
Geeks of Doom August 23rd, 2008:
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“‘Superman’ didn’t quite work as a film in the way that we wanted it to,” says Mr. Robinov. “It didn’t position the character the way he needed to be positioned. Had ‘Superman’ worked in 2006, we would have had a movie for Christmas of this year or 2009, but now the plan is just to reintroduce Superman… We’re going to try to go dark to the extent that the characters allow it.
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Thomas Tull '92 Discusses His Journey From Hamilton to Hollywood April 21, 2008
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a Superman sequel (inWhich Tull hopes to invoke more of the image of "an angry god"),
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Legendary Scores Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar' in Warner Bros. Divorce (Exclusive)
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Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros.' eight-year union was considered one of the more successful co-financing partnerships in Hollywood history. So it should come as no surprise that the two companies are working out some shared custody with their cinematic offspring.

Sources tell THR that before its June split with Warners, Legendary negotiated to retain a hefty stake in Christopher Nolan's sci-fi tentpole Interstellar, starring an ensemble including Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Casey Affleck. The arrangement still is being finalized, but sources say Legendary will finance 25 percent or more of the big-budget project, which began shooting Aug. 6 in Alberta, Canada. The move adds a third backer, along with Paramount, which will release the film domestically Nov. 7, 2014 (Warners is spearheading international).

Back in March, it was reported that Legendary would not have a financial role in Interstellar despite having helped bankroll Nolan's Batman trilogy as well as his megahit Inception. But when its Warner Bros. divorce proceedings began, Legendary came to the bargaining table with an option to board the follow-up to Man of Steel, which it helped finance. Sources say Warners CEO Kevin Tsujihara wanted to keep the studio's DC Comics properties to itself and instead offered Legendary a stake in Interstellar. Considering Nolan's last three films as a director (The Dark Knight, Inception and The Dark Knight Rises) have grossed nearly $3 billion worldwide combined, Legendary CEO Thomas Tull jumped at the opportunity.

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Old 08-16-2013, 08:12 PM   #83
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I am perfectly OK with Lois and Clark getting married and having a child. I would have no problems with MOS 3 having Superman the father (I doubt we will see it in MOS 2). SR was Superman the deadbeat dad, the man who runs away when he gets too close to a woman or something.
Or didn't know that Lois was pregnant, and doesn't want to disrupt Lois' life too much, now that she is engaged.

I'm defending Returns, but just writing out those sentences reminds me of how soap operaish the whole non-throwback parts ARE.

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