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MARVEL & DC UNITED

GMONEY

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SHOULD MARVEL & DC UNITE FOR A FILMMARVEL/DC
 
Should the make like Superman vs. Hulk, Batman vs. Daredevil, etc. You never know this could happen.They might start a new trend.
 
No. Crossovers always suck. :(
 
4 the millionth time, it ain't gonna happen.
 
Well I'm not opposed to it.
CConn, what crossovers are you referring to?
 
None in particular. I meant more the concept rather than the execution. I've never been a fan of it. The style of DC and Marvel's characters are a bit too different, I think.

Though...the execution (in the comics) hasn't been all that stellar either.
 
First let's get DC back to crossin' in th' comics, then we'll worry about films.
 
Only if they make the story work and it's a REALLY great film. I think it might actually kick every other movie's ass in the BO.
 
I think I have a better chance of getting elceted President.
 
Chris Wallace said:
I think I have a better chance of getting elceted President.
I was just gonna bring up the impossibility of it all...

Though it could be slightly possible if all the characters were owned by the same studio, since they aren't, it'd be virtually impossible for a movie ever to be made.
 
GMONEY said:
SHOULD MARVEL & DC UNITE FOR A FILMMARVEL/DC
No, crossovers don't do characters justice imo. Someone will always get the shorter end of the stick.
 
That's an area I didn't even wanna touch on. Using Batman as an example, WB just resurrected him. How keen do you think they'd be on "loaning him out" for a movie where he plays second fiddle to say, Spider-Man? How do you think Sony would feel about letting their cash cow get second billing under Batman? THere are so many variables at play here, it'd never happen.
Besides, most of the crossovers are a letdown on paper. WHo needs that kind of disaster on screen?
 
Chris Wallace said:
That's an area I didn't even wanna touch on. Using Batman as an example, WB just resurrected him. How keen do you think they'd be on "loaning him out" for a movie where he plays second fiddle to say, Spider-Man??
Simple: Batman never plays second fiddle. :o

:p
 
Kmack said:
No, crossovers don't do characters justice imo. Someone will always get the shorter end of the stick.


Kmack? Can I marry your avatar? The girl in that pic is hot!
:rolleyes:
 
I'm changing my name to Johnny then.:rolleyes:
 

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