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(SlashFilm)   While DC still can't manage to get a single Wonder Woman on the big screen, Marvel is about to have TWO Quicksilvers running around   ( divider line
    More: Cool, Disney-Marvel, Wonder Woman, Scarlet Witch, Marvel Cinematic Universe, magnetos, Marvel Studios, Joss Whedon, X-Men  
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2013-05-24 05:27:31 PM  
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Rwa2play: legion_of_doo: FirstNationalBastard: Then, DC made sure the characters I enjoyed were rastified and rebooted, and the long-running books nearing the first 1,000th issue in comics history were restarted with #1.

The Wonder Woman reboot is good. The Green Lantern reboot isn't very far removed from the pre-reboot series, plus you've got the Hal "I'm an ass" Jordan & Sinestro odd couple.

All they needed to do with Green Lantern was adapt the "Emerald Dawn" story.  Nothing crazy or out there; would've been a fantastic story into how someone's a complete fark-up but finds redemption in becoming a member of the GLC.

Instead, Geoff Johns approved that POS movie.

What green lantern movie? I don't remember seeing that.

2013-05-24 01:04:42 PM  
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RyansPrivates: All WB needs to do to get a good Wonder Woman movie (or good DC movie in general):

Pay the money, how ever much he asks for Bruce Timm to head it up.  Give him total control.  Don't question him.  Don't second guess him. He knows this shiat better than any suit at WB.  He would make a kick ass live action movie.

Ahem, let me remind you:  Joss Whedon proposed a WW movie with Cobie Smulders as Diana.  The WB execs turned him down.

Now, if you listen closely:  That weird sound you hear all the way from Hollywood is that of WB execs banging their head against a brick wall over that decision.
2013-05-24 07:43:42 AM  
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You know, if I were Bob Iger, "I would have already called up Fox and said "You guys ever want to see another dime of Star Wars money via distribution? Sell us the X-Men and Fantastic Four rights. We'll even cut you in on distributing those films too."/And toss in Serenity rights too while you're at it.
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