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Old 01-12-2014, 12:28 PM   #76
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I would think that if Scarlet Witch has a costume, it will be some combination of her ULTIMATE and X-MEN EVOLUTION looks.
Her Uncanny Avengers outfit would work as well.

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Potentially, but I think they'll go more punk than "elegant" with this version of the character. We're not going to see anything with much cleavage. Elizabeth Olsen doesn't really have much to cleave.

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when I saw The Wolverine I saw a kid in a batman mask and his brother I think was wearing either a superman or spider-man t-Shirt.

These movies are for a wide audience, however there are certain demographics which fill up the majority of the audience.

Those were the only kids at the Wolverine screening, the rest were mid-twenties and up couples.

When I saw Iron Man 3 it was comprised mostly of Teens and families with 6 years olds and up.

Thor 2's audience was around the Same as The Wolverine but with some more kids

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When I saw X-Men 2 and 3 it was all teens with a few kids here and there. Thor 2 same thing. Batman samething. Spider-MAn same thing. Good old midnight showings. Probably has something to do at what time we see the movie.

See a Superhero flick during the day and there will be more kids. At night, more adults.


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I was actually shocked to see those kids at the Wolverine, considering it wasn't really kid-friendly, or advertised such.

Betting the dad wanted to see it and couldn't get a babysitter

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when I saw The Wolverine I saw a kid in a batman mask and his brother I think was wearing either a superman or spider-man t-Shirt.

These movies are for a wide audience, however there are certain demographics which fill up the majority of the audience.

Those were the only kids at the Wolverine screening, the rest were mid-twenties and up couples.

When I saw Iron Man 3 it was comprised mostly of Teens and families with 6 years olds and up.

Thor 2's audience was around the Same as The Wolverine but with some more kids
True but the same thing could be said about The Fast and The Furious series.

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when I saw The Wolverine I saw a kid in a batman mask and his brother I think was wearing either a superman or spider-man t-Shirt.

These movies are for a wide audience, however there are certain demographics which fill up the majority of the audience.

Those were the only kids at the Wolverine screening, the rest were mid-twenties and up couples.

When I saw Iron Man 3 it was comprised mostly of Teens and families with 6 years olds and up.

Thor 2's audience was around the Same as The Wolverine but with some more kids
The second time I saw The Wolverine, there was a summer camp in the audience (it was raining), so we had a few rows full of kids who looked between 11-13. They seemed to be enjoying it. Their loudest cheer was when Wolverine said the f-word.

A bunch of them left as soon as the credits started, but then the mid-credits scene came up, and suddenly I heard one kid near the exit tell his friends "I TOLD YOU!!!!!" and then they were practically knocking each other over to get back in.

They cheered when they saw Magneto, and when Xavier appeared I saw two of them jumping up and down. It was pretty funny. And cool, considering they looked younger than the first movie.

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I was actually shocked to see those kids at the Wolverine, considering it wasn't really kid-friendly, or advertised such.
I saw kids at Django.

When I was growing up I loved flicks like Batman 89, Aliens, James Bond, Blade Runner, Blade, Predator, Matrix etc. I dont see why todays youth would be different with a pg-13 mainstream superhero flick.

Most of them have probably grown up seeing 3 popular X-Men movies, a goofy colorful Wolverine film and multiple cartoons re runs.


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The second time I saw The Wolverine, there was a summer camp in the audience (it was raining), so we had a few rows full of kids who looked between 11-13. They seemed to be enjoying it. Their loudest cheer was when Wolverine said the f-word.

A bunch of them left as soon as the credits started, but then the mid-credits scene came up, and suddenly I heard one kid near the exit tell his friends "I TOLD YOU!!!!!" and then they were practically knocking each other over to get back in.

They cheered when they saw Magneto, and when Xavier appeared I saw two of them jumping up and down. It was pretty funny. And cool, considering they looked younger than the first movie.
Aw man, that sounds awesome

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I saw kids at Django.

When I was growing up I loved flicks like Batman 89, Aliens, James Bond, Blade Runner, Blade, Predator, Matrix etc. I dont see why todays would be different with a pg-13 mainstream superhero flick.
Yeah I watched Robocop and loads of other adult fare movies, but that was at home.

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I was actually shocked to see those kids at the Wolverine, considering it wasn't really kid-friendly, or advertised such.

Betting the dad wanted to see it and couldn't get a babysitter
There are stories going around about people taking their kids to see Wolf of Wall Street.

There were a bunch of kids at the fan screening. When were going into the theater, this kid next to us was all excited that he got a high-five from Hugh.

My nephew, who's turning 6 this week, has seen parts of it, he's into Wolverine now. I got him the Wolverine and the X-Men animated series DVDs for Christmas.

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I saw kids at Django.

When I was growing up I loved flicks like Batman 89, Aliens, James Bond, Blade Runner, Blade, Predator, Matrix etc. I dont see why todays youth would be different with a pg-13 mainstream superhero flick.

Most of them have probably grown up seeing 3 popular X-Men movies, a goofy colorful Wolverine film and multiple cartoons re runs.
I'm not suprised. QT's films are practically super violent cartoons.

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Of course you will! Thats just paperwork.
Ummm are you being serious or sacarstic? Si I can talk about the film without giving anything away?


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And that was still a silly comment. I'm not a teenager. Haven't been for a long time. My circle of friends and co-workers are well into their 30s and 40s, and they loved the Avengers. I saw it 4 times, and the audiences were just about every age range. Plenty of women, plenty of kids, plenty of adults. It had a much wider appeal than "teenagers and immature fanboys", because if you think that's the only audience the can appreciate that movie, you clearly were not paying attention. The same goes for the rest of the Marvel movies.

This is the part you don't seem to get. Like whatever you want to like. But don't categorize the people who like films you don't, especially when it comes off as an insult and you clearly have no idea what you're taking about.

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Yeah I watched Robocop and loads of other adult fare movies, but that was at home.
Hell yeah, that was one of my favorites.

Movies have to be R to tell parents not to take their kids. And even thats not enough to warn all nowadays. But its enough to stop most.

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I saw a family with little kids at the re-release of The Exorcist.

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It must be so great for kids to grow up with these superhero movies and just flat out enjoy them with no worries of in-accuracies, box office, studio competition or any of that jazz.

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What? Really?

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It must be so great for kids to grow up with these superhero movies and just flat out enjoy them with no worries of in-accuracies, box office, studio competition or any of that jazz.
I grew up like that with Star Wars and Indiana Jones. I love that I grew up without an internet.

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True but the same thing could be said about The Fast and The Furious series.
Speaking of those movies, I've heard F&F style reboot! the last F&F movie I watched was the Tokyo one, did they reboot it?

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Me too, I'm only 28 but I feel ancient compared to what kids have today.

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Yep.

And I don't care if it doesn't scare them. That's just not an appropriate movie to take a kid to.

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Speaking of those movies, I've heard F&F style reboot! the last F&F movie I watched was the Tokyo one, did they reboot it?



Me too, I'm only 28 but I feel ancient compared to what kids have today.
Have you been living under a rock? They released Fast 5 last year and they'll release Fast 7 next year. They haven't rebooted yet.

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Me too, I'm only 28 but I feel ancient compared to what kids have today.
I am distressingly close to 40, but I got to see all of the original Star Wars movies, and the first two Superman movies during their first release and saw Back to the Future on its opening weekend, so that makes it better.

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Yep.

And I don't care if it doesn't scare them. That's just not an appropriate movie to take a kid to.
I definately agree with that.

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As far as little kids at The Wolverine, this was at the fan screening in NYC.



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