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(Coming Soon)   Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen to join cast of "X-Men: Days of Future Past." Hugh Jackman to call them a bunch of pussies   (comingsoon.net) divider line 53
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2012-11-27 04:56:00 PM
I'm more than okay with this.
 
2012-11-27 04:56:07 PM
Those two are good in anything they do. X-Men: The Last Stand was crap, but those two were still fantastic in it.
 
2012-11-27 05:00:06 PM
Come to think of it, McKellen's doing pretty damn well, isn't he? Between this and The Hobbit, that's at least 4 blockbusters in the next few years.
 
2012-11-27 05:03:24 PM
Comic book movies are for retarded children who have to run around wearing a helmet.
 
2012-11-27 05:06:29 PM
days of future past... so, you mean today?
 
2012-11-27 05:06:55 PM

Wholesale Ass: Comic book movies are for retarded children who have to run around wearing a helmet.


Well, aren't you just an ornery novelty account?
 
2012-11-27 05:11:06 PM

Wholesale Ass: Comic book movies are for retarded children who have to run around wearing a helmet.


My helmet protects me from psychic attack.
 
2012-11-27 05:12:44 PM
the x-men movies have the weakest mail-in storylines....
dead senator leads to sentinel mutant-hunters? wtffffff YAWN
 
2012-11-27 05:13:26 PM

Wholesale Ass: Comic book movies are for retarded children who have to run around wearing a helmet.


i124.photobucket.com
 
2012-11-27 05:17:43 PM
Why do they even call them X-Men movies? Twentieth Century Fox has gone so far off the books and screwed around with characters so much that they don't even really resemble the source material anymore. They're like the version of X-Men by people who have never read an X-Men comic or even watched an X-Men cartoon.

They're just throwing names and powers out there, and hoping the name recognition will be enough.

I refuse to watch another, and I that's despite my adoration of both Stewart and McKellan as actors. They're getting paid to be exposed to that shiat-- I'm not.
 
2012-11-27 05:18:21 PM

MetaCarpal: Wholesale Ass: Comic book movies are for retarded children who have to run around wearing a helmet.

My helmet protects me from psychic attack.


24.media.tumblr.com
 
2012-11-27 05:44:45 PM

ZeroCorpse: Why do they even call them X-Men movies? Twentieth Century Fox has gone so far off the books and screwed around with characters so much that they don't even really resemble the source material anymore. They're like the version of X-Men by people who have never read an X-Men comic or even watched an X-Men cartoon.

They're just throwing names and powers out there, and hoping the name recognition will be enough.

I refuse to watch another, and I that's despite my adoration of both Stewart and McKellan as actors. They're getting paid to be exposed to that shiat-- I'm not.


I know. Why dont they dress the characters up in the original baggy uniforms from the original set?
 
2012-11-27 05:46:08 PM

Wholesale Ass: Comic book movies are for retarded children who have to run around wearing a helmet.


How do you run around wearing a helmet? Is it like "getting out of going to school?"
 
2012-11-27 06:11:59 PM

ZeroCorpse: Why do they even call them X-Men movies? Twentieth Century Fox has gone so far off the books and screwed around with characters so much that they don't even really resemble the source material anymore. They're like the version of X-Men by people who have never read an X-Men comic or even watched an X-Men cartoon.

They're just throwing names and powers out there, and hoping the name recognition will be enough.

I refuse to watch another, and I that's despite my adoration of both Stewart and McKellan as actors. They're getting paid to be exposed to that shiat-- I'm not.


Give me yellow spandex or give me death!!!
 
2012-11-27 06:12:31 PM
I know that Fox will never do this because it would mean losing the rights back to Disney/Marvel, but they really need to let this property alone for at least a decade.

/Same goes to you concerning Spider-Man, Sony.
 
2012-11-27 06:18:06 PM
...and Samuel L. Jackson as Mace Windu.
 
2012-11-27 06:28:16 PM

Wholesale Ass: Comic book movies are for retarded children who have to run around wearing a helmet.


0/10. Seriously, eat cottage cheese out of said helmet while jerking off to naked pictures of Bea Arthur, you insufferable joke.
 
2012-11-27 06:32:42 PM

Wholesale Ass: Comic book movies are for retarded children who have to run around wearing a helmet.


This is worse than Halliburton commings, which was worse than James Scameron. Try again
 
2012-11-27 06:34:38 PM

ZeroCorpse: Why do they even call them X-Men movies? Twentieth Century Fox has gone so far off the books and screwed around with characters so much that they don't even really resemble the source material anymore. They're like the version of X-Men by people who have never read an X-Men comic or even watched an X-Men cartoon.

They're just throwing names and powers out there, and hoping the name recognition will be enough.

I refuse to watch another, and I that's despite my adoration of both Stewart and McKellan as actors. They're getting paid to be exposed to that shiat-- I'm not.


Bingo. They are made for the general, majority of the public, who aren't comic readers.
 
2012-11-27 06:36:10 PM

rorypk: Wholesale Ass: Comic book movies are for retarded children who have to run around wearing a helmet.


successful troll is successful. lol. well played sir. i assume you will see this on the first day, and buy the dvd later?

 
2012-11-27 06:43:52 PM

ZeroCorpse: Why do they even call them X-Men movies? Twentieth Century Fox has gone so far off the books and screwed around with characters so much that they don't even really resemble the source material anymore. They're like the version of X-Men by people who have never read an X-Men comic or even watched an X-Men cartoon.

They're just throwing names and powers out there, and hoping the name recognition will be enough.

I refuse to watch another, and I that's despite my adoration of both Stewart and McKellan as actors. They're getting paid to be exposed to that shiat-- I'm not.


You mean the original comic books where Wolverine's powers vary anywhere from "that scratch sure healed quickly" to "you better incinerate every farking living cell of me"?
 
2012-11-27 06:56:02 PM
Idris Elba as Bishop? Regardless, there better be Sentinels all over this thing
 
2012-11-27 06:56:11 PM

coeyagi: Wholesale Ass: Comic book movies are for retarded children who have to run around wearing a helmet.

0/10. Seriously, eat cottage cheese out of said helmet while jerking off to naked pictures of Bea Arthur, you insufferable joke.


You can't give a zero score for trolling and then proceed to bite down on the bait that hard.

Trolls suck, but the guy got quite a few bites. At least a 7/10.
 
2012-11-27 06:57:45 PM

ZeroCorpse: Why do they even call them X-Men movies? Twentieth Century Fox has gone so far off the books and screwed around with characters so much that they don't even really resemble the source material anymore. They're like the version of X-Men by people who have never read an X-Men comic or even watched an X-Men cartoon.


There's nothing worse for an adaptation that mindless faithfulness to the source and, as someone else pointed out, it's not like the comics have had huge amounts of internal consistency to begin with.
 
2012-11-27 07:00:55 PM

Some 'Splainin' To Do: coeyagi: Wholesale Ass: Comic book movies are for retarded children who have to run around wearing a helmet.

0/10. Seriously, eat cottage cheese out of said helmet while jerking off to naked pictures of Bea Arthur, you insufferable joke.

You can't give a zero score for trolling and then proceed to bite down on the bait that hard.

Trolls suck, but the guy got quite a few bites. At least a 7/10.


I didn't proceed to actually debate his derp, that would be biting. Telling him to enact a scene from Airheads is more like farting in his face.
 
2012-11-27 07:25:14 PM

bostonowns: the x-men movies have the weakest mail-in storylines....
dead senator leads to sentinel mutant-hunters? wtffffff YAWN


You realize it was an actual, amazing story arc from the comics, right?
 
2012-11-27 07:47:44 PM

Flappyhead:

Give me yellow spandex or give me death!!!



I'd settle for brown and orange for Wolverine.
 
2012-11-27 07:55:18 PM
nerdgasm achieved.

If this movie gets made as they're suggesting in TFA, i will be screaming "SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY"
 
2012-11-27 08:08:55 PM

odinsposse: MetaCarpal: Wholesale Ass: Comic book movies are for retarded children who have to run around wearing a helmet.

My helmet protects me from psychic attack.


Aah, best fandub of all time. It was like Rifftrax before Rifftrax made it cool.
 
2012-11-27 08:12:33 PM
What kind of nimrod wouldn't want to see this movie?
 
2012-11-27 08:12:37 PM

coeyagi: Some 'Splainin' To Do: coeyagi: Wholesale Ass: Comic book movies are for retarded children who have to run around wearing a helmet.

0/10. Seriously, eat cottage cheese out of said helmet while jerking off to naked pictures of Bea Arthur, you insufferable joke.

You can't give a zero score for trolling and then proceed to bite down on the bait that hard.

Trolls suck, but the guy got quite a few bites. At least a 7/10.

I didn't proceed to actually debate his derp, that would be biting. Telling him to enact a scene from Airheads is more like farting in his face.


How is jerking off to Bea Arthur a bad thing? ..and Cottage cheese? That shiats delicious yet healthy.
 
2012-11-27 08:18:12 PM

Wayne 985: Come to think of it, McKellen's doing pretty damn well, isn't he? Between this and The Hobbit, that's at least 4 blockbusters in the next few years.


For someone who was as reluctant as he claimed to be about doing The Hobbit because it would keep him from doing serious plays, he's sure signing back on to a lot of franchises.
 
2012-11-27 09:11:45 PM
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/album cover image from wikipedia
 
2012-11-27 09:18:12 PM
Finally got around to seeing First Class last night. Good movie overall, but Wolverine's cameo was definitely the highlight.
 
2012-11-27 09:31:42 PM

Third_Uncle_Eno: upload.wikimedia.org

/album cover image from wikipedia


Came to ask why the fark the new x-men movie was named after a Moody Blues album. Apparently nobody remembers them now.
 
2012-11-27 10:24:31 PM
If they can use this to retcon X3 out of existance, and they can because i'ts a comic book franchise and continuity is just a suggestion, anyway, then this is the greatest thing to happen to the marvel movie universe since Joss Whedon wrote and directed The Avengers.

/we're not at the "shut up and take my money" stage but we're close.
 
2012-11-27 11:11:54 PM

kmmontandon: Flappyhead:

Give me yellow spandex or give me death!!!


I'd settle for brown and orange for Wolverine.


I'd settle for naked.
 
2012-11-27 11:27:21 PM

Wayne 985: Come to think of it, McKellen's doing pretty damn well, isn't he? Between this and The Hobbit, that's at least 4 blockbusters in the next few years.


"The imagination has been so debased that imagination... being imaginative, rather than being the linchpin of our existence, now stands as a synonym for something outside ourselves. Like science fiction. Or some new use for tangerine slices on raw pork chops - "What an imaginative summer recipe." And Star Wars - "so imaginative". And Star Trek - "so imaginative". And Lord of the Rings, all those dwarves - "so imaginative". The imagination has moved out of the realm of being our link, our most personal link, with our inner lives and the world outside that world, this world we share."
 
2012-11-27 11:36:41 PM
i was disappointed by the days of future past comic. but i do loves me storylines that distort the future and kill everyone off. how are they gonna turn a 2 issue plot into a full film? how are people gonna react to everyone dying?

/ if only there were an age of apocalypse film too
 
2012-11-27 11:56:47 PM

HighOnCraic: Wayne 985: Come to think of it, McKellen's doing pretty damn well, isn't he? Between this and The Hobbit, that's at least 4 blockbusters in the next few years.

"The imagination has been so debased that imagination... being imaginative, rather than being the linchpin of our existence, now stands as a synonym for something outside ourselves. Like science fiction. Or some new use for tangerine slices on raw pork chops - "What an imaginative summer recipe." And Star Wars - "so imaginative". And Star Trek - "so imaginative". And Lord of the Rings, all those dwarves - "so imaginative". The imagination has moved out of the realm of being our link, our most personal link, with our inner lives and the world outside that world, this world we share."


It's a little early in the week to be so stoned, dontcha think?
 
2012-11-28 12:11:25 AM

Gyrfalcon: HighOnCraic: Wayne 985: Come to think of it, McKellen's doing pretty damn well, isn't he? Between this and The Hobbit, that's at least 4 blockbusters in the next few years.

"The imagination has been so debased that imagination... being imaginative, rather than being the linchpin of our existence, now stands as a synonym for something outside ourselves. Like science fiction. Or some new use for tangerine slices on raw pork chops - "What an imaginative summer recipe." And Star Wars - "so imaginative". And Star Trek - "so imaginative". And Lord of the Rings, all those dwarves - "so imaginative". The imagination has moved out of the realm of being our link, our most personal link, with our inner lives and the world outside that world, this world we share."

It's a little early in the week to be so stoned, dontcha think?


It's actually a monologue from Six Degrees of Separation. In the movie version, Ian McKellen (who went on to star in Lord of the Rings, is listening (along with Stockard Channing and Donald Sutherland) as Will Smith gives the monologue. J.J. Abrams also appeared in the film, and went on to direct the Star Trek reboot. I'm not sure where Kevin Bacon fits in, though.
 
2012-11-28 12:50:07 AM

Rising_Zan_Samurai_Gunman: Finally got around to seeing First Class last night. Good movie overall, but Wolverine's cameo was definitely the highlight.


The one good thing about PG-13 is that you get to use "f*ck" once in the entire film and writers / directors have been good at using it at just the right moment.

But so help me god dammit if the new Die Hard is another PG-13 crap sandwich, I will clown rape whatever no-name director lensed the debacle which has the ever-so-dubious release date of mid February (which already means that Fox thinks the movie blows and is a quick cash grab).
 
2012-11-28 01:09:15 AM

HighOnCraic: Gyrfalcon: HighOnCraic: Wayne 985: Come to think of it, McKellen's doing pretty damn well, isn't he? Between this and The Hobbit, that's at least 4 blockbusters in the next few years.

"The imagination has been so debased that imagination... being imaginative, rather than being the linchpin of our existence, now stands as a synonym for something outside ourselves. Like science fiction. Or some new use for tangerine slices on raw pork chops - "What an imaginative summer recipe." And Star Wars - "so imaginative". And Star Trek - "so imaginative". And Lord of the Rings, all those dwarves - "so imaginative". The imagination has moved out of the realm of being our link, our most personal link, with our inner lives and the world outside that world, this world we share."

It's a little early in the week to be so stoned, dontcha think?

It's actually a monologue from Six Degrees of Separation. In the movie version, Ian McKellen (who went on to star in Lord of the Rings, is listening (along with Stockard Channing and Donald Sutherland) as Will Smith gives the monologue. J.J. Abrams also appeared in the film, and went on to direct the Star Trek reboot. I'm not sure where Kevin Bacon fits in, though.


For you, I like my version better. ;)
 
2012-11-28 06:27:16 AM
I'm in. The relationship between Magneto and Professor X is one of the things that made First Class pretty damn good.
 
2012-11-28 08:33:06 AM

Wayne 985: Come to think of it, McKellen's doing pretty damn well, isn't he? Between this and The Hobbit, that's at least 4 blockbusters in the next few years.


Honestly, as much as I love them both, I hope that McKellen cuts back on his film commitments. At his age, 6 months or 12 months working on films is an enormous investment in time. At least, I hope he's doing what he loves the most.
 
2012-11-28 11:16:15 AM

thisiszombocom: i was disappointed by the days of future past comic. but i do loves me storylines that distort the future and kill everyone off. how are they gonna turn a 2 issue plot into a full film? how are people gonna react to everyone dying?

/ if only there were an age of apocalypse film too


Just like in the comic, they can wrap it up in the last 15 minutes and undo everything. The entire movie will serve as a warning or a big "What If?".
 
2012-11-28 11:21:40 AM

soporific: If they can use this to retcon X3 out of existance, and they can because i'ts a comic book franchise and continuity is just a suggestion, anyway, then this is the greatest thing to happen to the marvel movie universe since Joss Whedon wrote and directed The Avengers.

/we're not at the "shut up and take my money" stage but we're close.


It was a psychic echo left by Stryker's son in Xavier's brain.
 
2012-11-28 01:18:18 PM

serial arseonist: Idris Elba as Bishop? Regardless, there better be Sentinels all over this thing


And Rachel.

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They could do some nice characterization for Wolverine w/her. In the movie continuity, Jean & Scott are dead, Wolverine's still carrying a torch for Jean. And he suddenly trips across their alternate-universe daughter and becomes a father figure.

Also, I thought the Sentinels using a telepathic "Hound" to hunt down mutants was an awesomely dark thing to do.
 
2012-11-28 01:21:27 PM

TwistedFark: Wayne 985: Come to think of it, McKellen's doing pretty damn well, isn't he? Between this and The Hobbit, that's at least 4 blockbusters in the next few years.

Honestly, as much as I love them both, I hope that McKellen cuts back on his film commitments. At his age, 6 months or 12 months working on films is an enormous investment in time. At least, I hope he's doing what he loves the most.


That's because he's got a fail-proof acting method
 
2012-11-28 01:40:47 PM

brigid_fitch: serial arseonist: Idris Elba as Bishop? Regardless, there better be Sentinels all over this thing

And Rachel.

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They could do some nice characterization for Wolverine w/her. In the movie continuity, Jean & Scott are dead, Wolverine's still carrying a torch for Jean. And he suddenly trips across their alternate-universe daughter and becomes a father figure.

Also, I thought the Sentinels using a telepathic "Hound" to hunt down mutants was an awesomely dark thing to do.


He's Wolverine. He's definitely going to try to bone her.
 
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