Discussion in 'Community' started by The2ndQuest, Apr 26, 2010.
Diane is a perfect choice for the Enchantress
Wow, has she really been cast? Coz as far as I know...there really isn't a Thor 3 in pre-pre-production.
You think everyone is a perfect choice for everyone
You wanna get nuts? Let's get nuts!!!
Yeah, I bought the Batman '89 Bluray a little while ago and, well, let's just say the movie hasn't aged well. Batman being a full blown psychotic supporting character in his own goddam movie while Nicholson hams it up as the Joker makes for a rather disappointing experience. And then there's Tim Burton being Tum Burton, who hasn't changed his style and quirks in nearly 30 years. I can barely manage to stay up through the whole thing.
The only details I still like are Elfman's haunting score, the look of the rubbery Batsuit...and the car. That awesome, monstrous, kickass car!
Nope. **** Prince.
Most of Burton's recent movies are meh, but I'm going to watch his Maleficent.
Recently read the Fridge page for Cap2 at tvtropes, summing up the ramifications of a certain plot element upon the rest of the MCU...
This is the brilliance of having a shared continuity over several films versus the story being wrapped up within a single two hour movie.
He's not directing.
When is that movie coming out, anyway? I could swear it was announced five or so years ago.
This summer. They've been playing the trailer in front of every major movie lately- and often not even the most recent trailer.
Link? Couldn't find it.
I lost several hours to this and the "What Could have Been" Trope page for Doctor Who
Yeah, TV Tropes will ruin your life, as I've learned the hard way.
May 30, 1 week after DotP.
DON'T STOP DANCING!!
There's a DC thread, folks.
So my theory is that the cosmic cube have transformed Red Skull into a cosmic being and he will return in the form of Dormammu
I don't know how in the world I missed it the first time it was shown, but I just watched the special "making the universe" that was used to set up Agents of Shield. It made me appreciate the wonder of what the Marvel Cinematic Universe represents even more. What immediately stood out was how everyone was legitimately excited for the prospect. I mean, here you have a story of how Jon Favreau, Gwyenth Paltrow and RDJ were all sitting in an office crying because they were so excited over the first Iron Man, and how it turned everyone into comic nerds. I think Marvel Studios deserves the success that they have achieved.
Clark Gregg had to be the funniest actor though. Seeing him tell the story of how he would show up to do Coulson and how he never knew if his character would continue, but always having it carry over to the next movie in bigger and bigger ways was classic.
Well, it was less "Iron Man" and more that great actors were working together on something that could do well.