Discussion in 'Man of Steel' started by \S/JcDc\S/, Jan 3, 2009.
Just seeing where people are with the time frame of another Superman film.
I expect Batman 3 to get organized within the year for a reasonable release. I really believe that will push Superman into motion as well. Bryan Singer is soon to be free for the discussion of staying or leaving, another point to add to my guess.
I expect an announcement sometime this summer.
2 to 4 yrs. before we see anything.
We might however get some sorta news about it this yr.
I'm thinking 2-4 years.
Hmmm. The poll confused me. I think we will hear this year, but the film will not be released for 2-4 years.
yea, same i think we will hear something this year, but im sure its gonna be vague.....here's to hoping im proved wrong
I would love if they would make official 100% confirmation on what they are going to go some time this year. Though with all the flip floping between the various studio heads on routh sequel/routh reboot, or a complete reboot who knows how long it will be. I think we are probably looking for another supes film on the screen within the next 4-7 yrs range.
I hope to see a new Superman movie by 2012. I don't want the studio to rush this. Let the time from 2009 to 2011 be time for writers and director to pitch their take on the hero. Hopefully the studio will find someone that fits for the movie like Christopher Nolan fit perfectly for Batman.
well we only have three years till the end of the world so.....
i kid, i kid.
i liked SR,for the most part; and would prolly shell out $$ no matter what supes movie they put out. but a real super-villian would kill
Agreed no need for them to rush anything, they should take their time and make sure the quality of the next film is at the very least decent. No more crappy Superman films for the fans, they should also cast an actor a year prior to shooting and get him to work out hardcore for that year, the new Supes has to look like he can at least kick some ass even without powers.
I think there's a better than 50% chance we will receive some sort of official announcement as per the fillm's target date, this year. Now as far as seeing the movies theatrical release. I'm calling it a minimum of 3-5 years, easily. So let's just go with a happy medium of 4 years away.
Wow, 2013 sounds loooong ways away
Let's just hope it's worth the wait.
yea 3-5 yrs is likely when we will see it on the screens again. Hopefully if they do go full on reboot they find the best people to take over the franchise like how u pointed out with nolan.
I expect news to be released sometime this year and the movie to be released in 2012.
it will be nice but with all the troubles and time it has taken for any dc films to come out it could end up being a long long time. I truly hope it wont be a super long time but with all the issues with the heads some wanting sequel some wanting reboot untill things can get going straight were stuck waiting.
They are going to need another Superhero franchise after Nolans third Batman film which is probably the last Batman film we might get for a while. I am thinking they might aim for a Superman film perhaps a year after the last Batman film comes out.
2-3 years until the movie, we will get news sometime this year im sure. both routh & welling are not getting any younger so i don't think they will wait to long unless they "totally" recast.
Welling isn't even apart of the discussion.
Well, that depends on whose discussions we're talking about...
I hope you're not trying to put Smallville fans through the ringer again like "our" friend Save Superman Steve. They've been through enough.
well if gl does well that will be their franchise guy to take after batman is over if they cant get superman moving again in the near future.
Calm down, Showy... My point (as it needs to be reiterated) is that it's not "wrong" for someone to logically expect that Warner Bros. would consider, in the immediate term, either Mr. R or Mr. W for any future role, particularly Superman.
When you have a television franchise that continues to be very financially (and often creatively) successful for its parent company, and when you're talking in general terms of "another Superman film" (as JC/DC has worded), then it's not illogical that Smallville and/or its star(s) will continue to come into the discussion, particularly from those not already firmly allied to one approach or another. In fact, as you know very well from moderating here, it's always been part of the "discussion"...
...and that's ok!
2012, hopefully people won't be tired of these kinds of movies by then.
The ship for Welling sailed a long time ago...