Director and run-time, two important factors....

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  1. AVEITWITHJAMON Badass Cloud

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    ....that need a lot of consideration IMO, so what are your choices for director and run-time then guys, mine are

    Director: Johnothan Mostow( T3, Breakdown, U-571), Mark Steven Johnsen (Daredevil, Ghost Rider) or James McTeigue(V For Vendetta).

    Run-time: 2hrs and 10 mins approx.
     
  2. The Burier Registered

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    Umm..Whoever directed daredevil is an idiot.

    I don't want him anywhere near the Hulk
     
  3. AVEITWITHJAMON Badass Cloud

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    Have you seen the Daredevil Directors Cut? Its a much better movie than the cinema version and is the version the director wanted from the start.
     
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    Unless the director "cut" the fight scene in the park between DD and Elecktra I'll stand by my assement that the man is a bafoon who couldn't direct traffic.
     
  5. Odin's Lapdog Registered

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    could you direct traffic?
     
  6. Obi-Ron Deal with it

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    And what's a bafoon?
     
  7. AVEITWITHJAMON Badass Cloud

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    Every good movie has bad scene's in it, same as DD DC, honestly give it a try, most people think it is a lot, lot better than the cinema version.
     
  8. Ultimate Hulk HULK SMASH!

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    Not wishing to stray too far from the point, Daredevil had the ropiest CG I have seen in all comic book films.

    [​IMG] For MSJ
     
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    I agree that the running time needs to be kept within reason, I personally think that 2 hours is a good length for a movie like Hulk 2 (not including credits).

    As for director... hard to be sure who would do a good job with the movie, my favorite choice would be James Cameron but I might as well wish that I would win a 1 billion dollar tax free lottery :(

    Other directors that might do the job would include Jonathan Mostow, he did a good job on T3.

    If we want the movie to be more like the Ultimates version of Hulk then I´d say Paul Verhoeven :) But of course we don´t want that :down
     
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    124 minutes (2h 4 minutes).
    That mean´s that it going to be 118 minutes (1u 58 minutes) on R2dvd and that is 2 minutes longer then the first Spider-Man (116 minutes: 1u 56 minutes) and 4 minutes shorter then the second Spider-Man (122 minutes: 2u 2 minutes). 118 minutes is also 10 minutes shorter then X-men 2 (128 minutes: 2u 8 minutes) and 118 minutes is the time of the movie without the credits in the cinema or on R1 dvd.

    That mean´s that the movie in the cinema or on R1dvd quite after 1u 58 minutes and that the last 6 minutes are the credits.

    Directer if not Ang Lee: Michael Apted (Nell/The World is not enough/Enigma/Enough)
    The return of James Schamus (Hulk) as writer/screenwriter and Michael France (Cliffhanger/Goldeneye/Hulk/Fantastic Four) as screenwriter and Bruce Feirstein (Goldeneye,Tomorrow Never Dies & The world is not enough) as replaced screenwriter for John Turman.
     
  12. AVEITWITHJAMON Badass Cloud

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    Spiderman 2 was 2hrs and 7mins dutchmarvel
     
  13. The Burier Registered

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    Yes.
     
  14. The Burier Registered

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    Urbandictionary.com describes bafoon as a cross between a baboon and a babbling idot

    Any other smart ass questions?
     
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    I don't think every good movie has a bad scene but I want to be clear; I think the movie was quite bad. While a good movie may have a bad scene or two in it, most good movies will also have some good scenes and Dardevil has none.

    And this is where Burier's Lapdog comes on and asks if I have any good scenes.

    He's brilliant ya know.
     
  16. Odin's Lapdog Registered

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    no need to ask, i know you don't.

    :)
     
  17. The Burier Registered

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    Your mom says otherwise
     
  18. Sava Dont cry, my dear

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    Alex Proyas for Hulk 2
     
  19. Odin's Lapdog Registered

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    don't count on her, she doesn't know anything about the source material.

    :)
     
  20. Sava Dont cry, my dear

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    hahahahahahaha.....:D
     
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    Uh yeah ok.

    That was fun.
     

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