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2013-08-23 02:57:09 PM  
cdn.uproxx.com

Dr. Selvig has really let himself go.
 
2013-08-23 03:30:39 PM  
cdn.uproxx.com

Go cry, emo kid!
 
2013-08-23 03:33:41 PM  

scottydoesntknow: Dr. Selvig has really let himself go.


You create a machine that is responsible for aiding in the destruction of a major metro area

Yeah I think I'd take up drinking after that
 
2013-08-23 03:34:57 PM  
Loki's doing something right because they are busy shooting extra scenes about him right now.
 
2013-08-23 03:38:50 PM  
I'm pretty excited for this one.  IM3 was kind of a let down.  I liked what they did to Mandarin, but it just wasn't the kick ass, mile a minute joyride I was expecting.

Thor 2 is looking better and better every time I see something on it.  Granted, I'm an admitted Thor fan-boy, but I'm holding out high hopes for this one.
 
2013-08-23 03:42:03 PM  

Raug the Dwarf: I'm pretty excited for this one.  IM3 was kind of a let down.  I liked what they did to Mandarin, but it just wasn't the kick ass, mile a minute joyride I was expecting.

Thor 2 is looking better and better every time I see something on it.  Granted, I'm an admitted Thor fan-boy, but I'm holding out high hopes for this one.


As good as I think Thor 2 is going to be, I think Winter Soldier next year could steal the title of best Marvel movie.
 
2013-08-23 03:44:30 PM  

bighairyguy: Raug the Dwarf: I'm pretty excited for this one.  IM3 was kind of a let down.  I liked what they did to Mandarin, but it just wasn't the kick ass, mile a minute joyride I was expecting.

Thor 2 is looking better and better every time I see something on it.  Granted, I'm an admitted Thor fan-boy, but I'm holding out high hopes for this one.

As good as I think Thor 2 is going to be, I think Winter Soldier next year could steal the title of best Marvel movie.


That kinda happened last time too, didn't it?  Again, as much as I love Thor, the first Captain America was objectively better.  It's just a good time to be a comic fan...if you're into Marvel, that is.  DC is still floundering, trying to find the right road to take.
 
2013-08-23 03:46:12 PM  

Sybarite: [cdn.uproxx.com image 650x402]

Go cry, emo kid!


I have a lap he can cry in, but only if he's up for something else after.
 
2013-08-23 03:47:26 PM  
Raug the Dwarf:
DC is still floundering, trying to find the right road to take.

No, after years on the Hershey Highway, they've pretty much taken a detour up the Ole Dirt Road.
 
2013-08-23 03:47:55 PM  
Cool.
 
2013-08-23 03:49:31 PM  
KhamanV: have a lap he can cry in, but only if he's up for something else after.

You'll have to fight my wife for him first. She gets all Daffy Duck about him...
 
2013-08-23 03:50:05 PM  

Raug the Dwarf: bighairyguy: Raug the Dwarf: I'm pretty excited for this one.  IM3 was kind of a let down.  I liked what they did to Mandarin, but it just wasn't the kick ass, mile a minute joyride I was expecting.

Thor 2 is looking better and better every time I see something on it.  Granted, I'm an admitted Thor fan-boy, but I'm holding out high hopes for this one.

As good as I think Thor 2 is going to be, I think Winter Soldier next year could steal the title of best Marvel movie.

That kinda happened last time too, didn't it?  Again, as much as I love Thor, the first Captain America was objectively better.  It's just a good time to be a comic fan...if you're into Marvel, that is.   DC is still floundering, trying to find the right road to take.


I think their new Batman choice (and recent dull and pointless Superman) show they have no idea. In a climate where comic book movies are drawing huge crowds they just can't cash in.  Maybe they should call Michael Keaton.
 
2013-08-23 03:51:00 PM  

edip1976: KhamanV: have a lap he can cry in, but only if he's up for something else after.

You'll have to fight my wife for him first. She gets all Daffy Duck about him...


media.247sports.com
 
2013-08-23 03:55:16 PM  

savedbymonkeys: Raug the Dwarf: bighairyguy: Raug the Dwarf: I'm pretty excited for this one.  IM3 was kind of a let down.  I liked what they did to Mandarin, but it just wasn't the kick ass, mile a minute joyride I was expecting.

Thor 2 is looking better and better every time I see something on it.  Granted, I'm an admitted Thor fan-boy, but I'm holding out high hopes for this one.

As good as I think Thor 2 is going to be, I think Winter Soldier next year could steal the title of best Marvel movie.

That kinda happened last time too, didn't it?  Again, as much as I love Thor, the first Captain America was objectively better.  It's just a good time to be a comic fan...if you're into Marvel, that is.   DC is still floundering, trying to find the right road to take.

I think their new Batman choice (and recent dull and pointless Superman) show they have no idea. In a climate where comic book movies are drawing huge crowds they just can't cash in.  Maybe they should call Michael Keaton.


Couldn't agree more.  I was saying almost that same thing to a buddy of mine this morning.  That, and I am honestly and unapologetically sick of the goddamn Batman.  (Arkham game franchise exempted.)
 
2013-08-23 04:00:14 PM  

Infernalist: edip1976: KhamanV: have a lap he can cry in, but only if he's up for something else after.

You'll have to fight my wife for him first. She gets all Daffy Duck about him...


I meant more along the lines of:
"MINE! MINE! IT'S MINE I TELL YA!"
But yeah, that too.
 
2013-08-23 04:11:28 PM  
cdn.uproxx.com

That's...that's a big arm.
 
2013-08-23 04:14:00 PM  

Raug the Dwarf: savedbymonkeys: Raug the Dwarf: bighairyguy: Raug the Dwarf: I'm pretty excited for this one.  IM3 was kind of a let down.  I liked what they did to Mandarin, but it just wasn't the kick ass, mile a minute joyride I was expecting.

Thor 2 is looking better and better every time I see something on it.  Granted, I'm an admitted Thor fan-boy, but I'm holding out high hopes for this one.

As good as I think Thor 2 is going to be, I think Winter Soldier next year could steal the title of best Marvel movie.

That kinda happened last time too, didn't it?  Again, as much as I love Thor, the first Captain America was objectively better.  It's just a good time to be a comic fan...if you're into Marvel, that is.   DC is still floundering, trying to find the right road to take.

I think their new Batman choice (and recent dull and pointless Superman) show they have no idea. In a climate where comic book movies are drawing huge crowds they just can't cash in.  Maybe they should call Michael Keaton.

Couldn't agree more.  I was saying almost that same thing to a buddy of mine this morning.  That, and I am honestly and unapologetically sick of the goddamn Batman.  (Arkham game franchise exempted.)


Batman Beyond with Keaton as retired Bruce Wayne. It could work.
 
2013-08-23 04:14:43 PM  
"And I'm Batman"
msnbcmedia2.msn.com
 
2013-08-23 04:19:18 PM  
"And I'm Batman"
img.fark.net

No.

Just.......no.
 
2013-08-23 04:22:50 PM  

browneye: "And I'm Batman"
[img.fark.net image 322x241]

No.

Just.......no.


He'd be better as The Flash, but yeah, Batfleck is here.
 
2013-08-23 04:25:34 PM  

Raug the Dwarf: bighairyguy: Raug the Dwarf: I'm pretty excited for this one.  IM3 was kind of a let down.  I liked what they did to Mandarin, but it just wasn't the kick ass, mile a minute joyride I was expecting.

Thor 2 is looking better and better every time I see something on it.  Granted, I'm an admitted Thor fan-boy, but I'm holding out high hopes for this one.

As good as I think Thor 2 is going to be, I think Winter Soldier next year could steal the title of best Marvel movie.

That kinda happened last time too, didn't it?  Again, as much as I love Thor, the first Captain America was objectively better.  It's just a good time to be a comic fan...if you're into Marvel, that is.  DC is still floundering, trying to find the right road to take.


I actually liked Thor 1 better than CapAm 1, but everything I've seen about CapAm 2 is showing a ton of depth to the story, along with Cap's morality disconnecting with the immorality around him, especially concerning his fellow "good guys".  This is also supposed to set the table for Avengers 2 along with something happening at the end that will shake everyone up.  I'm hoping this will set the table for Civil War in Avengers 4 or 5.
 
2013-08-23 04:25:42 PM  

Soup4Bonnie: [cdn.uproxx.com image 650x330]

That's...that's a big arm.


What do you expect?  He's working with Kat Denning.  If that's not a reason to fap then nothing is
 
2013-08-23 04:25:50 PM  

Infernalist: browneye: "And I'm Batman"
[img.fark.net image 322x241]

No.

Just.......no.

He'd be better as The Flash, but yeah, Batfleck is here.


I think he was alright as Daredevil. The rest of the movie blew, but I don't think it was due to him being the lead.
 
2013-08-23 04:27:25 PM  

ferretman: "And I'm the goddam Batman"
[msnbcmedia2.msn.com image 413x309]


FTFY
 
2013-08-23 04:28:17 PM  

bighairyguy: Raug the Dwarf: bighairyguy: Raug the Dwarf: I'm pretty excited for this one.  IM3 was kind of a let down.  I liked what they did to Mandarin, but it just wasn't the kick ass, mile a minute joyride I was expecting.

Thor 2 is looking better and better every time I see something on it.  Granted, I'm an admitted Thor fan-boy, but I'm holding out high hopes for this one.

As good as I think Thor 2 is going to be, I think Winter Soldier next year could steal the title of best Marvel movie.

That kinda happened last time too, didn't it?  Again, as much as I love Thor, the first Captain America was objectively better.  It's just a good time to be a comic fan...if you're into Marvel, that is.  DC is still floundering, trying to find the right road to take.

I actually liked Thor 1 better than CapAm 1, but everything I've seen about CapAm 2 is showing a ton of depth to the story, along with Cap's morality disconnecting with the immorality around him, especially concerning his fellow "good guys".  This is also supposed to set the table for Avengers 2 along with something happening at the end that will shake everyone up.  I'm hoping this will set the table for Civil War in Avengers 4 or 5.


I'm really looking forward to seeing the Winter Soldier story up on the big screen I think it is some great source material. The only thing I think I would have changed would be to have waited on it until Cap 3. Make Bucky's return more meaningful but keeping him dead for a couple more years.
 
2013-08-23 04:41:03 PM  

ferretman: "And I'm Batman"
[msnbcmedia2.msn.com image 413x309]


i.imgur.com
 
2013-08-23 04:45:15 PM  

Smeggy Smurf: What do you expect?  He's working with Kat Denning.  If that's not a reason to fap then nothing is


She is delicious and I think she should star in her own Marvel picture or just take Thor out of this one.
 
2013-08-23 04:55:07 PM  
I thought it was known that Asgardians can die, sorta.
 
2013-08-23 04:56:23 PM  

Raug the Dwarf: It's just a good time to be a comic fan...if you're into Marvel, that is. DC is still floundering, trying to find the right road to take


Which is odd, because the DC animated movies are excellent.
 
2013-08-23 05:00:14 PM  
Maybe WB should take a break from the Justice League for a while. Batman could use a breather, and there's been plenty of Superman for a while. They should take another shot at Swamp Thing, or some of the other Vertigo titles.

When it comes to 'fun' superhero movies, WB simply isn't going to be able to go toe-to-toe with Marvel. They don't seem capable of pulling it off without being dark and gritty. Just embrace Nolan's success go for a different style than Marvel.

I don't know what Marvel's secret is, but it's pretty amazing that they have been able to turn out films ranging from 'great' to, at worst, 'pretty good'.
 
2013-08-23 05:03:41 PM  

Lumbar Puncture: Raug the Dwarf: It's just a good time to be a comic fan...if you're into Marvel, that is. DC is still floundering, trying to find the right road to take

Which is odd, because the DC animated movies are excellent.


My best guess as to why that happens is that more money invested = more studio oversight. The Dark Knight Trilogy only turned out as good as it did because Nolan had the clout to get the studio to back off.

With the animated stuff, I wouldn't be surprised if it's so far below the radar of the studio head honchos at WB that the production staff is allowed to do what they think is best.
 
2013-08-23 05:04:00 PM  
yeah, I really care about pictures of Loki.

img24.imageshack.us
 
2013-08-23 05:04:07 PM  

NeoCortex42: Maybe WB should take a break from the Justice League for a while. Batman could use a breather, and there's been plenty of Superman for a while. They should take another shot at Swamp Thing, or some of the other Vertigo titles.

When it comes to 'fun' superhero movies, WB simply isn't going to be able to go toe-to-toe with Marvel. They don't seem capable of pulling it off without being dark and gritty. Just embrace Nolan's success go for a different style than Marvel.

I don't know what Marvel's secret is, but it's pretty amazing that they have been able to turn out films ranging from 'great' to, at worst, 'pretty good'.


I honestly think that the executives in Marvel/Disney just took a step back and said "We'll pay for it, you just design it."

WB/DC haven't figured that trick out yet.
 
2013-08-23 05:09:45 PM  

NeoCortex42: Maybe WB should take a break from the Justice League for a while. Batman could use a breather, and there's been plenty of Superman for a while. They should take another shot at Swamp Thing, or some of the other Vertigo titles.

When it comes to 'fun' superhero movies, WB simply isn't going to be able to go toe-to-toe with Marvel. They don't seem capable of pulling it off without being dark and gritty. Just embrace Nolan's success go for a different style than Marvel.

I don't know what Marvel's secret is, but it's pretty amazing that they have been able to turn out films ranging from 'great' to, at worst, 'pretty good'.


I think, since DC has been around longer, their characters have been piling on more and more capabilities, making them nearly invincible and kind of boring.

Every Marvel hero has one or more weakness(es) that can be exploited.
 
2013-08-23 05:18:19 PM  
More Loki is never a bad thing. He's definitely one of the best characters of the Marvel movie-verse and it's looking like they're well aware of that.
 
2013-08-23 05:19:29 PM  

NeoCortex42: Lumbar Puncture: Raug the Dwarf: It's just a good time to be a comic fan...if you're into Marvel, that is. DC is still floundering, trying to find the right road to take

Which is odd, because the DC animated movies are excellent.

My best guess as to why that happens is that more money invested = more studio oversight. The Dark Knight Trilogy only turned out as good as it did because Nolan had the clout to get the studio to back off.

With the animated stuff, I wouldn't be surprised if it's so far below the radar of the studio head honchos at WB that the production staff is allowed to do what they think is best.


This is probably the explanation.
 
2013-08-23 05:30:16 PM  

simplicimus: NeoCortex42: Maybe WB should take a break from the Justice League for a while. Batman could use a breather, and there's been plenty of Superman for a while. They should take another shot at Swamp Thing, or some of the other Vertigo titles.

When it comes to 'fun' superhero movies, WB simply isn't going to be able to go toe-to-toe with Marvel. They don't seem capable of pulling it off without being dark and gritty. Just embrace Nolan's success go for a different style than Marvel.

I don't know what Marvel's secret is, but it's pretty amazing that they have been able to turn out films ranging from 'great' to, at worst, 'pretty good'.

I think, since DC has been around longer, their characters have been piling on more and more capabilities, making them nearly invincible and kind of boring.

Every Marvel hero has one or more weakness(es) that can be exploited.


It's "power creep".  It's not so much a result of being around longer, as it is simply a result of bad storytelling.  It's what happens when you have writers that can't think of a way to get a hero out of a situation without resorting to a new power that suddenly appears out of nowhere, or redefining an existing power.  If you want to see a great example of it in non-comic form, just look at the show Heroes.

For the best comic example of the problem, just look at Superman.  Way, way, way back, he was simply really strong, could jump really high, and was bulletproof.  Over the years and at various times, he had the ability to fly, almost complete invulnerability, heat vision, frost breath, super senses, super hypnosis, super speed, photographic memory, genius-level intellect, longevity, and telekinesis.  And it's all because lesser writers couldn't figure out ways to make Superman stories interesting without constantly inventing new powers for him, or new colors of Kryptonite to harm him.
 
2013-08-23 05:31:57 PM  
So, comment on the article stolen from Fark headline, or Fark headline stolen from comment on the article?
 
2013-08-23 05:42:06 PM  

NeoCortex42: simplicimus: NeoCortex42: Maybe WB should take a break from the Justice League for a while. Batman could use a breather, and there's been plenty of Superman for a while. They should take another shot at Swamp Thing, or some of the other Vertigo titles.

When it comes to 'fun' superhero movies, WB simply isn't going to be able to go toe-to-toe with Marvel. They don't seem capable of pulling it off without being dark and gritty. Just embrace Nolan's success go for a different style than Marvel.

I don't know what Marvel's secret is, but it's pretty amazing that they have been able to turn out films ranging from 'great' to, at worst, 'pretty good'.

I think, since DC has been around longer, their characters have been piling on more and more capabilities, making them nearly invincible and kind of boring.

Every Marvel hero has one or more weakness(es) that can be exploited.

It's "power creep".  It's not so much a result of being around longer, as it is simply a result of bad storytelling.  It's what happens when you have writers that can't think of a way to get a hero out of a situation without resorting to a new power that suddenly appears out of nowhere, or redefining an existing power.  If you want to see a great example of it in non-comic form, just look at the show Heroes.

For the best comic example of the problem, just look at Superman.  Way, way, way back, he was simply really strong, could jump really high, and was bulletproof.  Over the years and at various times, he had the ability to fly, almost complete invulnerability, heat vision, frost breath, super senses, super hypnosis, super speed, photographic memory, genius-level intellect, longevity, and telekinesis.  And it's all because lesser writers couldn't figure out ways to make Superman stories interesting without constantly inventing new powers for him, or new colors of Kryptonite to harm him.


i283.photobucket.com
 
2013-08-23 05:51:15 PM  

NeoCortex42: simplicimus: NeoCortex42: Maybe WB should take a break from the Justice League for a while. Batman could use a breather, and there's been plenty of Superman for a while. They should take another shot at Swamp Thing, or some of the other Vertigo titles.

When it comes to 'fun' superhero movies, WB simply isn't going to be able to go toe-to-toe with Marvel. They don't seem capable of pulling it off without being dark and gritty. Just embrace Nolan's success go for a different style than Marvel.

I don't know what Marvel's secret is, but it's pretty amazing that they have been able to turn out films ranging from 'great' to, at worst, 'pretty good'.

I think, since DC has been around longer, their characters have been piling on more and more capabilities, making them nearly invincible and kind of boring.

Every Marvel hero has one or more weakness(es) that can be exploited.

It's "power creep".  It's not so much a result of being around longer, as it is simply a result of bad storytelling.  It's what happens when you have writers that can't think of a way to get a hero out of a situation without resorting to a new power that suddenly appears out of nowhere, or redefining an existing power.  If you want to see a great example of it in non-comic form, just look at the show Heroes.

For the best comic example of the problem, just look at Superman.  Way, way, way back, he was simply really strong, could jump really high, and was bulletproof.  Over the years and at various times, he had the ability to fly, almost complete invulnerability, heat vision, frost breath, super senses, super hypnosis, super speed, photographic memory, genius-level intellect, longevity, and telekinesis.  And it's all because lesser writers couldn't figure out ways to make Superman stories interesting without constantly inventing new powers for him, or new colors of Kryptonite to harm him.


I used this one before, but it's a goodie
www.toymania.com

And then there's this...

images1.wikia.nocookie.net


/Rinse, repeat for 20 years and you have DC from 1955-1975 (Roughly)
 
2013-08-23 06:12:05 PM  

farkingismybusiness: ferretman: "And I'm Batman"
[msnbcmedia2.msn.com image 413x309]

[i.imgur.com image 630x450]


If anything else, I hope they don't make the cowl so damn round this time. And for god's sake, cut holes for his nostrils. The only thing worse than Bale's voice was the his mouth-breathing.
 
2013-08-23 06:14:55 PM  
I would love for the new batman to be the classic grey and blue coloring.
 
2013-08-23 06:51:05 PM  

mariner314: I would love for the new batman to be the classic grey and blue coloring.


With baggy underpants over the tights.
 
2013-08-23 07:09:47 PM  

NeoCortex42: Raug the Dwarf: savedbymonkeys: Raug the Dwarf: bighairyguy: Raug the Dwarf: I'm pretty excited for this one.  IM3 was kind of a let down.  I liked what they did to Mandarin, but it just wasn't the kick ass, mile a minute joyride I was expecting.

Thor 2 is looking better and better every time I see something on it.  Granted, I'm an admitted Thor fan-boy, but I'm holding out high hopes for this one.

As good as I think Thor 2 is going to be, I think Winter Soldier next year could steal the title of best Marvel movie.

That kinda happened last time too, didn't it?  Again, as much as I love Thor, the first Captain America was objectively better.  It's just a good time to be a comic fan...if you're into Marvel, that is.   DC is still floundering, trying to find the right road to take.

I think their new Batman choice (and recent dull and pointless Superman) show they have no idea. In a climate where comic book movies are drawing huge crowds they just can't cash in.  Maybe they should call Michael Keaton.

Couldn't agree more.  I was saying almost that same thing to a buddy of mine this morning.  That, and I am honestly and unapologetically sick of the goddamn Batman.  (Arkham game franchise exempted.)

Batman Beyond with Keaton as retired Bruce Wayne. It could work.


No, if theyre going to do a live action Batman Beyond movie they should just have farking Kevin Conroy play old Bruce Wayne on screen finally.


bighairyguy: Raug the Dwarf: bighairyguy: Raug the Dwarf: I'm pretty excited for this one.  IM3 was kind of a let down.  I liked what they did to Mandarin, but it just wasn't the kick ass, mile a minute joyride I was expecting.

Thor 2 is looking better and better every time I see something on it.  Granted, I'm an admitted Thor fan-boy, but I'm holding out high hopes for this one.

As good as I think Thor 2 is going to be, I think Winter Soldier next year could steal the title of best Marvel movie.

That kinda happened last time too, didn't it?  Again, as much as I love Thor, the first Captain America was objectively better.  It's just a good time to be a comic fan...if you're into Marvel, that is.  DC is still floundering, trying to find the right road to take.

I actually liked Thor 1 better than CapAm 1, but everything I've seen about CapAm 2 is showing a ton of depth to the story, along with Cap's morality disconnecting with the immorality around him, especially concerning his fellow "good guys".  This is also supposed to set the table for Avengers 2 along with something happening at the end that will shake everyone up.  I'm hoping this will set the table for Civil War in Avengers 4 or 5.


I think Civil War is too big a story to tell in a 3 hour movie, and as much as i like the current state of the Marvel Cinematic Universe without the X-men or Fantastic 4, they just dont have enough super heroes for anything like Civil War to happen. We know Avengers 2 is Ultron, 3 is probably Thanos to wrap that up, for 4 my money is on a streamlined version of World War Hulk without Planet Hulk or any of that for a multitude of reasons.
 
2013-08-23 07:23:20 PM  

Cyno01: I think Civil War is too big a story to tell in a 3 hour movie, and as much as i like the current state of the Marvel Cinematic Universe without the X-men or Fantastic 4, they just dont have enough super heroes for anything like Civil War to happen. We know Avengers 2 is Ultron, 3 is probably Thanos to wrap that up, for 4 my money is on a streamlined version of World War Hulk without Planet Hulk or any of that for a multitude of reasons.


I think after the third Avengers, they'll probably let it rest for a while.  They seem to be hooked on trilogies for now (Iron Man, Thor, Captain America).  I think they'll shift the focus to other teams/heroes.  They're not going to get RDJ to play the part in perpetuity, and they'd be crazy to recast the character.  Same thing with Samuel L. Jackson.  I could see setting up a World War Hulk movie, but I don't see it being marketed as an "Avengers" movie necessarily.
 
2013-08-23 07:46:00 PM  

mariner314: I would love for the new batman to be the classic grey and blue coloring.


Blue was a misinterpretation on the part of the Adam West series. Comic books used to use as stand-ins blues for blacks.... classic Batman was intended to be black and grey.

Lumbar Puncture: Raug the Dwarf: It's just a good time to be a comic fan...if you're into Marvel, that is. DC is still floundering, trying to find the right road to take

Which is odd, because the DC animated movies are excellent.


Yes they are... the weakest one to me is New Frontier, and it's still better than any live-action Superman movie that has been committed to film. And with all due respect to Nolan (and Burton for updating the character in the first place), Under The Red Hood is probably the best Batman film ever made by the WB.

It kinda makes you wonder. DC can't find any footing with Marvel's formula of 1. Intro Story, 2. Team-Up Story, 3. Internal Conflict Story. Maybe they should just abandon it and film a live adaptation of one of their better graphic novels. Kingdom Come maybe?
 
2013-08-23 09:52:46 PM  

Soup4Bonnie: That's...that's a big arm.


I'd love to see if the rest of him matches that arm.
 
2013-08-23 10:29:24 PM  

NeoCortex42: Cyno01: I think Civil War is too big a story to tell in a 3 hour movie, and as much as i like the current state of the Marvel Cinematic Universe without the X-men or Fantastic 4, they just dont have enough super heroes for anything like Civil War to happen. We know Avengers 2 is Ultron, 3 is probably Thanos to wrap that up, for 4 my money is on a streamlined version of World War Hulk without Planet Hulk or any of that for a multitude of reasons.

I think after the third Avengers, they'll probably let it rest for a while.  They seem to be hooked on trilogies for now (Iron Man, Thor, Captain America).  I think they'll shift the focus to other teams/heroes.  They're not going to get RDJ to play the part in perpetuity, and they'd be crazy to recast the character.  Same thing with Samuel L. Jackson.  I could see setting up a World War Hulk movie, but I don't see it being marketed as an "Avengers" movie necessarily.


Well, they said they have it planned out to 2021, so if the Avengers films are where stuff all comes together and theyre spaced out every 3 years like they have been, Avengers 4 would be right at 2021. Heres a list i put together based on various rumors, some of it is maybe pie in the sky, but i think it would be cool.

Phase 2 Buildup
Iron Man 3 2013
Agents of SHIELD (TV) 2013
Thor 2 2013
Captain America 2 2013
Guardians of the Galaxy 2014
Avengers 2 (Ultron) 2015

All of this is already confirmed, setting the stage again, introducing new elements and expanding things from one world to an entire galaxy.

Phase 3 Cosmic
Ant-Man 2015
Nova 2015
Dr. Strange 2016
Black Panther 2016
Spider Woman 2016
Inhumans 2017
Thor 3 2017
Guardians of the Galaxy 2 2017
Avengers 3 (Thanos) 2018

Introducing new characters, setting up Thanos and the cosmic stuff more and more with Nova and another GotG, fleshing out The Avengers roster with some classic members, introducing SWORD and MCU version of the Illuminati (Stark, Strange, Tchalla, Black Bolt)... Hulk saves the day in Avengers 3 of course but at a cost.

Phase 4 Down to Earth
Captain America 3 2018
Heroes for Hire 2018
Ms Marvel 2018
Hulk 2 2019
Runaways 2019
Untitled Courtroom Drama spinoff of Agents of SHIELD featuring Matt Murdock and Jennifer Walters (TV) 2019
Blade 2020
The Punisher 2020
Ghost Rider 2020
Avengers 4 (World War Hulk) 2021

Setting a smaller stage, street level heroes, NOT the guys usually saving the world, MAYBE an R rated one or two, something for the older fans and the kids whove been growing up on this series, Carol Danvers for a new heavy hitter to replace Iron Man somewhat, Hulk 2 is Banner losing control more and more, but a more intelligent Hulk emerging, at the end the Illuminati convince Banner to leave the planet, but then the ship gets hit by a meteor or something, he Hulks out and Hulk turns the ship around to go revengenate everybody for shooting him into space.

Phase 5 fark it, weve already made eleventy billion dollars and Disney is paying more attention to Star Wars anyway

Avengers 5: Ok fine Joss, you can do a musical 202?
Pet Avengers, with or without Ms Lion depending if shes tied to the Spider-man license and if they get that back by then...
Great Lakes Avengers
Howard the Duck

Things will get a little weird by then...
 
2013-08-24 01:07:56 AM  
The World War Hulk movie rumors were BULLSHIAT "leaked" by Latino Review, who are known to make shiat up to boost page views.

http://youtu.be/9ha2bYdq5bA


You can ignore the woman's claim that Latino Review is "normally extremely reliable", because that's just crap. They've been caught a few times making shiat up or doing bait-and-switch 'scoops'. Stop believing them, please.
 
2013-08-24 02:59:58 AM  

The Stealth Hippopotamus: yeah, I really care about pictures of Loki.

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I even like her accent.. though I can't exactly describe it.
 
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