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(Bleeding Cool)   Joss Whedon to become a primary architect of the entire Marvel Movie Universe...and there was much rejoicing   (bleedingcool.com) divider line 2
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2012-08-23 12:41:38 PM  
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homarjr: NeoCortex42: homarjr:

He might be a tough movie character to write though, because the general population doesn't know him very well. You have to tell a good origin story to be successful. I think the biggest surprise hit Marvel has made so far was Thor. Never would've guessed a movie about a demi-god could be done so well.


Ya, Thor was definitely Marvel's biggest hurdle. The one character who's backstory could short circuit the brains of the general public. Now, to them, he's that cool Avenger guy with the hammer and the evil brother. They can almost do whatever they want in his follow up movies. Even reduce his time on Earth.
2012-08-23 03:06:06 AM  
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fusillade762: G: This is just an assumption, but might you like to set one of your future movies to Japan as well?

W: Yes, it would be very cool if I could! I'd love to have a story set in Cleveland but do the filming in Japan.

Genius! Let's film somewhere that costs 10 times as much as the actual location. I'm going to propose a movie set in Vancouver and film it in San Francisco.


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