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Discussion in 'Marvel Films' started by KenK, Jan 24, 2008.
In your face, Justice League!!!t:
HAPPY HAPPY JOY JOY!
Just saw this and I smiled larger than average.
This gives Marvel a huge edge over every other wannabe blockbuster trying to line up a release.
I was estatic when i saw the front page! Avengers Assemble!
You can say that Again !!!!!!!
Marvel , you rawk!! t:
2. Captain America
3. Moon Knight
4. Black Panther
5. Sequels, and many more
1) Captain America
The Fantastic Four
And soon Iron Man
So my list is
1. Captain America
4. The Avengers
WAY TO KICK BUTT MARVEL, MUCHO BUENO!!!up:
This is great news!! Screw the rest of Hollywood...lets just get these comic films going!
It does make sense that Marvel would be the first to cut a deal with them too. Comic writers were in the same boat of being f**ked over on a regular basis for decades, and I could see how Marvel would be the guys to step up and come up with a fair deal for the writers in there new endeavors from the very beginning.
This is awesome! Of course Marvel's films were the biggest concern for me throughout this whole strike.
It looks more like they're being quick to hop on a bandwagon. Note also the last paragraph of the quote at the top of this thread.
i'm glad to hear of this
I'm very glad Marvel is doing this, and whoever is responsible for this alliance of foolishness is losing their stranglehold on smaller production companies. I did want to point out that Marvel aren't the ONLY ones back in business. That's all.
This is going to sound dumb,but will this deal mean that Marvel can get back to work on Vaughn's Thor and the early stages of Self's Captain America rumored to be directed by Cassavettes?
Yes. And Thor should be back on track pretty quickly now since there is a script, it just needs tweaking.
Well the strike is probably going to end soon anyway, but it was good going on Marvel's part.
They are really getting things done now unlike WB.
Well, now Marvel can get some bigger name director and bigger name actors that will do job for a few less with most of the film industry still shut down. Think about it... hehe
that's great news.
now they can start SM4, work a little more in Wolverine, start writing Cap, Thor...
I don't think it's going to end soon. I think the writers are waiting until the actors are about to go on strike because SAG supports them and Hollywood will absolutely cave to SAG's demands.
I could be wrong, but I think the strike's only over with films beng made directly by Marvel (IH, Im and the rest of the avengers) where as Wolverine is Fox and Sm4 is Sony.