Discussion in 'The Amazing Spider-Man' started by Thread Manager, Jan 4, 2013.
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I prefer the building used for the reboot, it looks more delightful than the Oscorp of the Raimi films
Oh boy, new thread.
Who remembers this classic?
now they are a team...permanently
That's my point of posting this
Haha yeah, okay.
so , Doc Ock almost married May Parker,am i right?....when Peter visits his Aunt is going to be awkward
"You're turning me on, May."
You're crazy. I am very psyched for Guardians of the Galaxy as we finally see the MCU expanding on that film alone by going into space. Just because they're not big names like Batman, Superman or Spider-Man does not mean people won't watch the film or be excited for it.
Yeah I'm very excited! The superhero genre needs more space sci-fi action! Plus Marvel really knows what they are doing.
His interest seems to be focused on MJ, for now
Tremble before that thought
Its one thing to be pretty famous like Spider-man or Batman and it one thing to be little famous like CapAm or Thor and its completely different thing to be almost completely unknown like the characters in GoG
Even me,despite being interested in CB characters since I was a little kid know very little about them,the general audience must know nothing about them,on top of that they are being thrown in a movie without their individual movies.It will be a financial failure imo
Considering how well the Marvel movies have done so far, I don't think it'll be a financial failure. It won't make Avengers money, but it could make Iron Man or Captain America money. Saying it'll be a financial failure is jumping the gun.
Let's think of movies like Star Wars, who knew the characters, the actors, or even the director back then? Those turned to be magnificent pieces of work (can be deemed a ripoff, sort of)
And before movies like Lord of The Rings and Harry Potter novels how many knew authors J. R. R. Tolkien and J. K. Rowlings? I didn't even know who this Peter Jackson was, or any of the actors (beside Gandalf and Sauroman actors from X-Men and the Man with the Golden Gun, vaguely), those were huge hits
Lol, your attitude of CBMs that aren't "popular" to people is outstanding. If it's part of the MCU and if they know what they're doing, it's going to be as much of financial success as Captain America or Thor. Literally everyone of the general audience was wondering who that giant purple dude was at the end of Avengers, but that doesn't take away excitement of who it could be and with GotG, a space opera in the MCU will certainly put "butts to seats".
And it'll hopefully either allude to the Chitauri being taken out by the earth-based heroes and/or shine just a bit more light on the mad titan.
Is anything permanent in comics?
no, i´m pretty sure they i´ll bring Peter back when TASM2 hits theaters, it was a joke about the recent event now they are a team and they can´t split because Doc Ock is in Peter´s mind....
The new Evil Dead (2013) trailer looks absolutely insane.