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post #3586 of 3971
Everything DC puts out "looks" good. Whenever characters start talking and acting out plot points is another story......
post #3587 of 3971
They should just let Sony or whoever do the DC movies, too...

Or have like a Wonder Woman script by Brian Azzarello, at least...
post #3588 of 3971
Originally Posted by noob in 89 View Post

They should just let Sony or whoever do the DC movies, too...

You mean the company that decided they couldn't make decent movies, so they agreed to let Marvel do it for them?

Great idea.
post #3589 of 3971
Marvel would fall under the category of 'whoever', so yeah...on the whole, DC movies would work better if the could import that sensibility.
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First Jumanji Pic

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Gonna be terrible
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LOL is that Nebula??
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yup, ms pond
post #3594 of 3971
Originally Posted by RFX45 View Post

First Jumanji Pic

Just for fun, everyone should pass their costume to the person on their left.
post #3595 of 3971
Footage of Superman & Supergirl together from season 2.

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comic book related, civil war 2

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In today's issue #5, it was revealed that an adult Miles Morales ultimately ends up killing Captain America. There's no context here or explanation as to why he would take out the star spangled superhero, but this explains why solicitations have mentiioned Spider-Man being on the run. We don't even know for sure if Miles is in the costume, but that doesn't stop Carol from trying to arrest him!


The Dark Tower TV series will adapt Stephen King's Wizard and Glass
Idris Elba will appear - and producers reveal a map of the territory the story explores.

In honor of Stephen King’s birthday, the makers of The Dark Tower film are unwrapping their plans for the saga’s companion TV series.

The movie — starring Idris Elba as the gunslinger Roland Deschain, and Matthew McConaughey as the menacing Man in Black — opens on Feb. 17 and explores the hero and villain’s opposing quests to reach an otherworldly tower that connects their apocalyptic realm with ours.

Ever since the film project was first proposed, it came packaged with an unusual idea: a spin-off TV show that would fill in the fantasy epic’s prodigious backstory.

Now, sources at production company MRC and the film’s producer and co-screenwriter, Akiva Goldsman, have revealed to EW exclusive details about what they have planned for that series.

MRC and Sony Pictures, which is releasing the film, have committed not just to financing a pilot but a full run of between 10 and 13 episodes, depending on how the scripts and story arcs develop. The Dark Tower show will begin shooting in 2017 with plans to premiere it in 2018, ideally around the time the film becomes available on cable or streaming services.


Toby Stephens To Topline ‘Lost In Space’ Netflix Remake, Maxwell Jenkins Co-Stars

Black Sails star Toby Stephens will steer the ship in Lost in Space, Netflix’s remake of sci-fi master Irwin Allen’s 1965 cult TV classic. Also cast in the 10-episode series, from Legendary TV, is Maxwell Jenkins (Sense8).

The new Lost in Space, slated for a 2018 premiere, takes its cues from the original series, centering on the Robinson family, who is forced to come together in a time of crisis. Stranded light years from their intended destination, they find themselves battling a strange new alien environment and also their own personal demons.

Stephens will play the dad, astrophysicist John Robinson, the expedition commander. The role was played on the original series by Guy Williams. Jenkins will play Will, the youngest Robinson child. They join Taylor Russell, who was recently cast as the Robinsons’ eldest daughter, Judy.

Lost in Space was written by feature scribes Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless (Dracula Untold). They executive produce with Zack Estrin, who serves as showrunner, Kevin Burns and Jon Jashni of Synthesis Entertainment, as well as Neil Marshall and Marc Helwig of Legendary TV-based Applebox. Marshall will serve as producing director and direct several episodes of the series.

The 1965 series, set three decades into the future (1997), revolved around an attempt by the U.S. to colonize deep space by sending a single family, the Robinsons, on a 5 1/2-year journey to another planet. But an enemy agent, Dr. Zachary Smith, sabotages the mission, causing the ship to veer off course and become lost in space.

English actor Stephens stars as Captain Flint on Starz’s Black Sails, which is ending its run with the upcoming fourth season. He is with Gersh and UK’s United Agents.

Jenkins, who has recurred on Netflix’s Sense8 and ABC’s Betrayal, will next be seen opposite Gerard Butler in The Headhunter’s Calling, which premiered at TIFF. He also is about to film War with Grandpa opposite Robert De Niro. He is with Primary Wave Entertainment.

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post #3597 of 3971
Everything I have read about Marvel's Civil War 2 series makes it all seem absurd. Regarding your spoilers:
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I am sure it will tie into the Hydra Cap story line and at some point it will be revealed these visions of the future are not real.
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I haven't read or even paid much attention about CW2 but I have read around that it's been pretty bad.

If it gets good word by the end, I might pick up the trade.

on a non-comic book related.... can't wait for this
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post #3600 of 3971
I take it I need to see the first one?
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