Who do you want to see stay or go?

Discussion in 'Superman Sequels' started by Bruce Malone, Jun 15, 2013.

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Who should stay or go?

  1. I want to see Snyder go

  2. I want to see Goyer go

  3. I want to see Nolan go

  4. Bring them all back

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  1. Bruce Malone Registered

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    The audience reaction to MOS has been quite positive regardless of the critical reaction however i think we're all on the same page when we want the sequel to be better.

    In your view should they keep the exact same team intact for part 2 or change some things?
     
  2. MadVillainy C'mon Son

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    I'd get rid of Goyer. He had good ideas but they didnt work well on screen
     
  3. mclay18 Registered

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    I concur on letting Goyer go. Have him do a detailed outline for the sequel, but let someone else write the actual script.
     
  4. psylockolussus Merry Mutant

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    Both.

    I've never been a fan of those two.
     
  5. the last son Registered

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    Had to vote Goyer. But, man was the pacing atrocious. This was definitely a Snyder film with little to nothing from Nolan.
     
  6. Rowsdower! Registered

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    Loved the movie. Bring 'em all back.
     
  7. Studabaker7 Registered

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    I'd love to write the thing instead of Goyer, but I have this sneaky feeling that that isn't going to happen! :)
     
  8. Manosman Austinite

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    Keep Snyder, Keep Goyer as the idea man/story, get a real screenwriter maybe someone who is more character/drama oriented to balance out the Snyder action, Goyer outline.
     
  9. pr0xyt0xin Shaper Savant

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    This.

    Keep the entire cast (obviously). But more screen time for Perry White and Martha Kent. Less screentime for military (Swanwick, Farris, etc.).
     
  10. Chris B Registered

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    I say bring them all back, but I agree that the sequel may benefit from at least assigning Goyer a co-writer. Plus, I don't think it would be bad to keep Nolan around to reign in Snyder when neccessary.
     
  11. Da Games Elite Registered

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    I'm gonna be the odd man out: get rid of Nolan. He's superficially attached to Man of Steel, but the connection to The Dark Knight Trilogy gives audiences false presumptions about the quality of the films.
     
  12. Noach Registered

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    I say make Snyder sign his contract with his blood:oldrazz:!
    JK Keep Snyder. We need his powerful and artistic vision that allows us to imagine Superman.
     
  13. Daybreak_st Old-School Comic Cool

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    Honestly I just want some checks and balances. Bring some other writers who are really good with crafting nuanced characters. Let them work in balance with guys like Goyer so you can have more depth in the next film with a stronger emphasis on solid character development and story. Not just non-stop action for the film's climax. Everyone can stay if you bring on some people to help. Much like Abrams handled Star Trek (2009) but having both people who were huge fans and those who weren't to balance each other out.
     

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