Discussion in 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' started by Angamb, Nov 27, 2012.
This is a perfect Banshee in 1973!!
I have no problem with how many times that picture has been reposted
Not at all. He doesn't look anything like Banshee, nor does he look anything like the actor who plays him in First Class.
He could play angel...or something...maybe havoc.
He looks a bit too naughty to be an Angel...lol. A right little devil, judging by those mischievous eyes and the cheeky upright hairstyle.
An older Havok? Gambit? Cannonball? Forge? Quicksilver in the future setting? Cypher? Longshot?
So we find a picture of a random actor who attended a First Class premiere/event and now he simply MUST be cast in DoFP?
We're just having a bit of fun... nothing like a hot distraction to pass the time while we wait for news!
Eh I don't think he's handsome.
Huh? So you're saying Marvel can't let FOX use Polaris. She's an X-Men character, of course FOX can use her if they want to.
Looks good to me!
it seems its more interesting than to discuss the possibility of Jack the Giant slayer actress joining X-men cast
cool, I guess
Kevin Feige has previously said Fox has all the mutants.
Marvel Studios could use Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver in an Avengers film, but would be unable to mention the word 'mutant' or that they are the kids of Magneto. Fox can also use those two characters but can't mention the Avengers. That's the only case mentioned where both have rights.
Fox was even able to use Viper, because she is part of the Wolverine storyline in the comics, even though she is not a mutant and is a larger part of the Marvel universe under her name Madame Hydra.
So, yes, Fox does have the full rights to the mutant catalogue. There are going to be a few exceptions, such as Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver as mentioned, and of course Namor is a mutant but is primarily an Atlantean who is part of the wider Marvel universe rather than the X-Men comics.
lol... we're not ignoring you. I think Eleanor is fine, either for a young Jean Grey, Polaris or Scarlet Witch. All three characters have a similar look. Eleanor's current hair colour suggests Jean Grey, of course, but she could easily be another hair colour for a film.
I think out of those three, Polaris would be the best choice. I don't really expect Scarlet Witch to appear in a X-Men movie anytime soon and her powers are kinda hard to explain. And she doesn't look like a younger version of Famke Jannsen.
Sounds like everyone is getting the script - Nicholas Hoult interview dated March 4:
Thank you, Narrows.
It's interesting to hear his thoughts before he actually reads the script. He seems to think (or hopes!) he's working with Hugh and Patrick, but James said he can't see the Xaviers being onscreen together.
Colour me interested as to what will actually happen.
Because it might destroy the time-space continuum?
Okay, I stand corrected. I distinctly remember reading an online article a few years ago around the time Last Stand came out that said differently, but...whatever. My life is not resulting from it. LOL
Are you crazy?!?!? He is certified gingerbread.
Feige also said that Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch can be in X-Men movie, as long as they have no connection to the Avengers. Or they can be in Marvel Stuidios movies, as long as they are no mention of them being mutants ot Magneto's children.
Certainly hasn't stopped them from using McAvoy or Fassbender. I'm of the opinion that if the actor works, I don't really care if he looks like his younger/older counterpart.
It's now confirmed. psylockolussus is Loco
Obviously. Because that clearly isn't the same thing, as the age difference between the likes of McAvoy and Fassbender and Stewart and McKellen is far more extreme and more susceptible to suspension of disbelief than Jones and "rando-St. Patty" up there. While I'll certainly give you that there is a physical maturity that occurs between someone in their late teens and late twenties, or between their early twenties and early thirties, it is no where near as significant or noticeable a change as between someone in their early thirties and early seventies. I know people in their early 30s who look very much like they did in their early twenties. Not that this matters anyway, as that guy isn't playing Banshee.
Or anyone for that matter...
...and no one said he was...
Let's forget about O'Hottie for a second. Us suggesting him to be Banshee and/or Havok is obviously a joke.
Young Erik and Fassbender Erik. It was difficult for me to believe, that *that* kid would grow up to be Fassbender. Yet here we are.
Many movies in the past have cast different looking actors for younger/older counterparts. It's only really ever brought up if the acting is not up to snuff. If the acting is good, why the hell not. Again still not talking about Mr. Leprechaun.
If they want to recast Havok or Angel, Mike Vogel would be a great replacement!
He's hella cute!