Sci-Fi Movies Wednesday: Superman, Batman, Tron Legacy, Captain America, Iron Man 2 + more

In this week’s Sci-Fi Movies column, Christopher Nolan offers his first public comments on both Superman and Batman 3, there are new trailers for Tron Legacy and Iron Man 2, an update on Marvel’s search for Captain America (plus casting details for Smurfs and Conan), an updated synopsis for Thor and Marc Webb talking Spider-Man.  Plus more, including Alien, Green Lantern and Sucker Punch all going 3D and the latest box office numbers, casting bites, images and videos.



Christopher Nolan talks Superman and Batman 3
"The Dark Knight"
director Christopher Nolan has spoken for the first time about the upcoming Superman project, telling the LA Times "It’s very exciting; we have a fantastic story".  Nolan adds that because of his team’s work on the two "Batman" films, he feels they "can do [Superman] right", adding "We know the milieu, if you will, we know the genre and how to get it done right."  Interestingly enough, Nolan says the idea for the film came about after writer David S. Goyer and Nolan’s brother Jonah hit a story impasse on the third Batman movie:

"He [Goyer] basically told me, ‘I have this thought about how you would approach Superman,’" Nolan recalled. "I immediately got it, loved it and thought: That is a way of approaching the story I’ve never seen before that makes it incredibly exciting. I wanted to get Emma [his wife and producer] and I involved in shepherding the project right away and getting it to the studio and getting it going in an exciting way.”

Nolan wouldn’t comment on who will direct — steering clear of speculation that his brother Jonah would helm the project — choosing instead to speak more generally about the franchise:

"A lot of people have approached Superman in a lot of different ways. I only know the way that has worked for us that’s what I know how to do," Nolan said, emphasizing the idea that Batman exists in a world where he is the only superhero and a similar approach to the Man of Steel would assure the integrity needed for the film. "Each serves to the internal logic of the story. They have nothing to do with each other."

Nolan also talked a bit about "Batman 3", again offering no specifics, but he did make it clear this will be his last Batman film:

"Without getting into specifics, the key thing that makes the third film a great possibility for us is that we want to finish our story," he said. "And in viewing it as the finishing of a story rather than infinitely blowing up the balloon and expanding the story."

Nolan said the key surviving characters from the two first films and the actors who play them will be back. "We have a great ensemble, that’s one of the attractions of doing another film, since we’ve been having a great time for years."

Be sure to head on over to LA Times’ Hero Complex blog to read the entire article.  Christopher Nolan is currently editing his next film, "Inception", which is scheduled to hit conventional and IMAX theaters on July 16, 2010.

Tron Legacy & Iron Man 2 movie trailers
Trailers for both "Tron Legacy" and "Iron Man 2" debuted over the last week and you can check them both out below (as well as a few new images from both films).

Tron Legacy movie trailer [Trailer Addict]

Iron Man 2 movie trailer #2 [Trailer Addict]

Iron Man 2 promotional still [Paramount]

Iron Man/War Machine standee and character posters [Paramount]

Tron Legacy promotional still [/Film]

Tron Legacy billboard #3 [/Film]

Marc Webb talks Spider-Man reboot
During last Friday’s Independent Spirit Awards, director Marc Webb talked about how he plans to take "Spider-Man" in a different direction from former director Sam Raimi:

"[Sam Raimi] did something fantastic, but I do think the mythology of Spider-Man is wide and vast, and there’s more opportunity to explore that cinematically," he said of working in the shadow of Raimi’s three-film blockbuster franchise. "Sam is not only a great guy but a fantastic director and it’s a humbling prospect, but I’m looking forward to it."

Webb also touched briefly on the casting process, which he says will be "casting a wide net" for the title role, declining to rule out a potential rumored contender such as Joseph Gordon Levitt who some may consider too old for the part.  "Spider-Man" (in 3D) is scheduled to hit theaters on July 3, 2012.

Captain America casting: Four are reportedly in contention
There has been a lot of activity in recent days surrounding the casting of Captain America / Steve Rogers in Joe Johnston’s "The First Avenger: Captain America".  Earlier this week, consensus seemed to be forming around John Krasinski ("The Office"), with Fox 411 proclaiming he was basically Marvel’s only focus at the moment and that the ball was in his court.  But Krasinski is now reportedly out of contention.  Deadline New York and THR’s Heat Vision blog are reporting four actors — including two new additions — are in contention.  Those four are:

Mike Vogel ("Cloverfield"); Garrett Hedlund ("Tron Legacy"); Chris Evans ("Fantastic Four") and Wilson Bethel (HBO’s "Generation Kill")

In related casting news, Screen Rant reports that Robert Buckley (who at one point was considered for the title role) may have instead been cast in the role of Cap’s sidekick, Bucky. "The First Avenger: Captain America" is scheduled to hit theaters on July 22, 2011.

Neil Patrick Harris and four others cast in Smurfs movie
Neil Patrick Harris ("How I Met Your Mother") has been cast as the lead live action character in Raja Gosnell’s 3D live-action/animated "Smurfs" movie.  No further details yet, but "live action character" tends to suggest he’ll be playing Gargamel, no?  Meanwhile, Variety reports that Jonathan Winters, George Lopez, Katy Perry and Alan Cumming will all lend their voices to the film:

The 84-year-old Winters, who voiced multiple characters on the long-running Hanna-Barbera cartoon version of "Smurfs," will play Papa Smurf. Pop singer Perry is in talks to portray Smurfette, Alan Cumming is taking on Gutsy Smurf and George Lopez is onboard as Grouchy Smurf.

"Smurfs" is scheduled to hit conventional and 3D theaters on August 3, 2011.

Updated Thor synopsis released
Paramount and Marvel have released an updated synopsis for Kenneth Branagh’s upcoming "Thor":

Paramount Pictures and Marvel Entertainment present the epic adventure, “Thor,” which spans the Marvel Universe from present day Earth to the realm of Asgard.  At the center of the story is the mighty Thor (Chris Hemsworth), a powerful but arrogant warrior whose reckless actions reignite an ancient war.  Thor is cast down to Earth by his father Odin (Anthony Hopkins) and is forced to live among humans. A beautiful, young scientist, Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), has a profound effect on Thor, as she ultimately becomes his first love. It’s while here on Earth that Thor learns what it takes to be a true hero when the most dangerous villain of his world sends the darkest forces of Asgard to invade Earth.

"Thor" is scheduled to hit theaters on May 6, 2011.

Alien prequel, Green Lantern and Sucker Punch will be 3D
"Star Wars"
and "Alien" art director Roger Christian told Shadowlocked that Ridley Scott’s upcoming "Alien" prequel will be shot in 3D.  Meanwhile, Box Office Mojo has confirmed with Warner Brothers that Zack Snyder’s "Sucker Punch" (March 25, 2011) and Martin Campbell’s "Green Lantern" (June 17, 2011) will also be 3D.  We know that "Sucker Punch" will be converted to 3D in post since he has already completed filming on it, but "Green Lantern" hasn’t begun filming yet so it’s unclear if that will be shot in 3D.

Stephen Lang and Rachel Nichols join Marcus Nispel’s Conan
Stephen Lang has confirmed to MTV that he will play the villain Khalar Singh in Marcus Nispel’s "Conan" (originally reported by Latino Review):

"I’ve accepted the role of Khalar Singh…I have no idea how I’m going to do it," Lang laughed. "First I’m going to find out how I’m going to sound. I’m going to get back on a Mongolian pony and ride like the wind. I’m going to flash my scimitar. I’m going to cut the nuts off Conan and his father."

Meanwhile, Latino Review is reporting that Rachel Nichols ("Star Trek", "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra") has been cast as Tamara.  Last year a casting call was leaked that gave character breakdowns.  I’ve included the relevant sections for the two characters below.

Khalar Singh is in his 40s to 50s, Asian or Middle Eastern, Central Asian, Mongol, Turkish, or Persian, open to all ethnicities; commanding in size and manner, a warlord and formidable warrior, brilliant, cruel, weathered and tanned by the many campaigns he has waged and won. He is driven in his quest to find the Queen of Acheron and has been building an empire to do so.

His goal is to find the Queen whose blood will bring life to the demonic minions of Acheron while making himself king of this hellish power. With this power, Khalar will protect his legacy against the onslaught of master sorcerer, Thoth-Amon so that his weak son, Fariq may rule after his death. While riding into a Cimmerian village to recruit his old comrade, Corin, his large collection of mercenaries slaughters them to the last soul when Corin refuses to join them. The village’s only survivor was young Conan. When Khalar’s search has finally narrowed to the likely discovery of the queen at a monastery of female monks, he also learns Conan is older and hungry for revenge…

Tamara is 18 to 24 years old, Caucasian or Middle Eastern, open to all ethnicities; beautiful, studious, correct, a novitiate of a Greek influenced monastery. A master of martial arts, she has been trained to be the Queen’s servant, bodyguard and best friend. She and many other female bodyguards to the queen have been in hiding most of their lives because of the curse of Acheron, which would take the queen’s life to bring almost immortal power to its king. When Khalar Singh, a powerful warlord with ambitions to become the king of Acheron, storms the monastery and captures all of the novitiates, she is separated from Ilira, the one she must protect. With all of her strength and will, Tamara is determined to find and rescue her. She finds herself in league with Conan because of a mutual need to find Khalar Singh. She is not in the least intimidated by Conan’s size or grim demeanor and their alliance eventually blossoms into something that surprises them both…

Alice in Wonderland breaks Avatar’s 3D / IMAX opening weekend records
Tim Burton’s "Alice in Wonderland" opened to a huge $116.1M domestically over the weekend.  That figure includes new records for 3D ($80M) and IMAX ($11.9M–included in 3D total), beating previous high marks set by James Cameron’s "Avatar". Overseas ‘Alice’ grossed $100.5M, for what amounts to a worldwide opening weekend of $216.6M.


PREVIEW Images & Videos

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Daniel Radcliffe talking about the epilogue [MTV Hollywood Crush]

Hot Tub Time Machine

Interview with cast [IGN]

Watch another interview here

Jonah Hex

Interview with Michael Shannon (who shot a cameo for the role Doc Cross Williams) [MTV]


Outdoor character posters [more at Cinema Blend]

Interview with Aaron Johnson, Mark Millar and Matthew Vaughn: "Who Is Kick-Ass?" [IGN]

Legend of the Guardians

Promotional stills [USA Today]

Teaser trailer [Yahoo! Movies]

The Losers

Movie poster [Warner Brothers]

The Mole Man of Belmont Avenue

Movie trailer [Twitch]

Paranormal Activity 2

Paranormal Activity star Micah Sloat on the sequel [MTV]

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

Final poster [UGO]

Repo Men

New images [more at SCI FI Wire]

Red band movie trailer [Trailer Addict]

Toy Story 3

New character poster (Stretch) and final poster [Yahoo! Movies]

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

10-second sneak peek at the teaser trailer (the complete teaser trailer will be released tomorrow) [YouTube]



  • Previously on TrekMovie: Bob Orci & Alex Kurtzman ‘Win’ Razzie For Transformers 2 – Provide TrekMovie With Acceptance Speech
  • Disney’s "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time" will be released to IMAX theaters internationally simultaneously with the film’s wide release on May 28, 2010. [IMAX]
  • 20th Century Fox has announced "Alvin and the Chipmunks 3D", a third installment in the franchise, will be released on December 16, 2011…
  • …In other release date news, Disney has set a March 11, 2011 release date for Simon Wells’ 3D adaptation of the children’s book "Mars Needs Moms".  Seth Green and Joan Cusack will voice characters in the film…
  • …And Warner Brothers has set a June 4, 2010 release date for Vincenzo Natali’s "Splice".  Natali also revealed that he’s heading to the editing room next week to make a few changes before its theatrical release. [Box Office Mojo & Fangoria]
  • B-movie king and new Oscar honoree Roger Corman talked about his upcoming Syfy original movie "Sharktopus" in an interview with SCI FI Wire.
  • Despite the film’s premise, "Hot Tub Time Machine" star Rob Corddry says that after hours of meetings, they came to the conclusion to just focus on the comedy and not get too bogged down on the time travel aspects. [SCI FI Wire]
  • Starting in July, J. Michael Straczynski ("Babyon 5") will be taking over DC Comics’ "Superman" and "Wonder Woman" series on an ongoing basis. [DC Comics blog]
  • The first chapter of Seth Grahame-Smith’s new novel "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter", which has been optioned as a potential film by producers Tim Burton and Timur Bekmambetov, is available to read online here. [via io9]
  • ABC Family has acquired the network television premiere rights to Tim Burton’s "Alice in Wonderland".  The film will debut on the network in 2012. [ABC Family]
  • Ryan Reynolds talking about the "Green Lantern" costume: "Um, it ah snug. The costume is snug. It doesn’t leave a lot, uh, it doesn’t really camouflage too much. So it’s going to be interesting." [E! News via io9]
  • Disney says they renamed "Rapunzel" to "Tangled" to better appeal to boys, believing the new name to be less gender-specific. [LA Times]
  • "The Shadow" has reportedly been picked up by 20th Century Fox after formerly being at Sony Pictures and Sam Raimi is no longer attached to direct.  Instead it’ll be David Slade (of ‘New Moon’ and "Thirty Days of Night" fame). [Latino Review]
  • Jock, artist and designer for Peter Berg’s upcoming "Battleship" says the director is going for a look not unlike his other movies, one that is "raw and real and aggressive and frightening and hard and tough." [IGN]
  • Summit Entertainment has confirmed that they’ve replaced "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" editor Art Jones with Nancy Richardson (who edited Catherine Hardwicke’s "Twilight").  The studio is not blaming Jones, and say the switch was made because Richardson "understands the emotion of the characters" better. [EW’s Hollywood Insider blog]
  • DreamWorks has begun negotiations with Craig Gillespie ("Lars and the Real Girl") to direct the studio’s horror remake "Fright Night". [LA Times’ 24 Frames blog]
  • Alice Braga, who co-stars in the upcoming Nimród Antal-directed "Predators", says the new Predators "are dark" and "are really, really scary". Braga added she’s unsure whether the film will get an R-rating, but suspects they may shoot for PG-13: "I think they might try to do PG-13…I’m not sure, I hope not actually. You know what, I think they [might] not [be able to do it PG-13] because there are some dark scenes in it, like the other films. So I think it’s going to be R." [io9]
  • Mark Millar, creator of the comic "Kick-Ass" says he and director Matthew Vaughn have already begun discussing ideas for a potential sequel:  [SPOILERS–highlight to view] "Red Mist surviving, becoming the super-villain was always planned, but the idea was that he was going to be a more minor character in the first film…the second movie, it’s going to get very, very dark what goes on with him. " [IGN]


  • Columbia Pictures is expected to begin casting for "Men in Black 3" soon and actors rumored to be in consideration for a new character named Yaz include Josh Brolin ("Jonah Hex"), Sacha Baron Cohen ("Sweeney Todd") and Jemaine Clement ("The Flight of the Conchords"). [Bloody Disgusting]
  • Liev Schreiber says that Hugh Jackman has read the screenplay for "Wolverine" but Schreiber isn’t sure whether his character (Sabretooth) will appear in the sequel. [io9]
  • Amanda Seyfried ("Dear John") confirmed on the Oscar Red Carpet Sunday night that she will play the title character in Catherine Hardwicke’s "The Girl With The Red Riding Hood". [via The Playlist]
  • Michael Sheen, who plays the Volturi "Aro" in "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse", thinks he’ll likely return for the fourth film ‘Breaking Dawn’. [The Toronto Sun]
  • Jesse Ventura revealed on the Howard Stern Show that he just got done filming a scene for Wachowski brothers’ secret futuristic war project (unclear yet if it’s a short or full-featured movie). [/Film]
  • The casting breakdown for "Iron Man 2" on IMDB could provide a clue that G4 host Olivia Munn may be playing Wanda Maximoff (aka Scarlet Witch) in the film. [via AceShowbiz]
  • Original "Barbarella" star Jane Fonda says she would like to see Kate Bosworth play the role in the sequel. [THR’s Showbiz 411 blog]
  • Check out an interview with "Let Me In" and "Kick-Ass" star Chloë Moretz at Movieline.


  • Corey Haim ("The Lost Boys") died early Wednesday morning of an apparent drug overdose.  He was 38. [TV Guide]

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Oh Tron…. I don’t know how to feel about you….

Hmm… Robert Buckley looks like he’d be a good fit as Bucky… I’m excited to see who they’ll end up casting as Captain America…

WOW!. So much going on. I hope that get superman right. I like Brandon Roth. But I think they will get someone else. I still think Smallvilles Tom Welling is the right one. Alien in 3d. Koolo. Capt America looks like could be great. Not sure about another reboot of Spiderman. Looking forward already to the 3rd Batman Movie. Now how about the Greates American Hero. Any updates on that.

New TRON looks KICK ASS!!!

Can’t wait!

Neil Patrick Harris has made it clear in an interview that he’s NOT playing Gargamel in the Smurfs move. Just FYI. (Anthony, this is not intended as a nitpick, please don’t hurt me! LOL.)

Tron looks amazing!

But what exactly is the Iron Man 3 speculation? It’s mentioned in the section heading and that’s it…

i cant wait for iron man 2!!!!!

As much as I hate to say this… Hot Tub atone Mashine sounds pretty funny! Like the line in the trailer, “What color in Michael Jackson?” “Black.” “Yeesss!” Hilarious!


Iron Man 3 will come after The Avengers. So will Hulk 3, Thor 2, Capt. America 2 etc. Only problem is is that any Marvel based movies after the licence is up will likely be made by Disney which means they will stink! And I really wanted to see a Silver Surfer film that was good.


I was a small geeky child when the original came out. I LOVE how the Tron universe is also ‘upgraded”.

Gonna be FUN!


3D. Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. I hope that ST2 won’t indulge in that old gimmick.

So, the Variable Threat Response Battle Suit (War Machine) is a completely separate design and not just a repainted Iron Man suit. Excellent! (Oh, and I love the Modular Armor from the trailer!)

Tron looks really cool. I especially like how it’s not a remake, but rather a sequel.

I really hope they do Captain America right.

I want that Iron Man standee sooooooo bad.

I hope they do Spiderman well but i am doubting it.

If they do an origins story, well who is going to bother to and see that when we have just seen it done so well? I don’t think i would bother.

Neil Patrick Harris in…How I Smurfed Your Mother.

Kinda bummed that the next Batman will be the last, at least the last in the Nolan/Bale line. I think 5 would be a better number, but either way, they’ve done a great job and I can’t wait.

It really does give the wrong impression to call Twilight a Saga.

Also – WTH, a Spiderman origins movie? We know his origins already, we saw it in the first film. Why make a movie about something that has been covered?

18: … or Father.


Ain’t I a stinker?

I hope the upcoming ‘Superman’ is NOT a reboot, but a continuation. If every Tom, Dick and Harry comes along and reboot every franchise out there every three movies, we’ll be forever seeing ‘origins’ stories (this goes for ‘Spiderman’ as well)… and to that I say, Y*A*W*N!

Am I correct in understanding that Nolan stated that Superman will exist in a world where he is the only superhero, just as Batman does?

I am sure I read somewhere that WB’s logic in going with the Nolan team was to build to a JLA movie produced by him.

As much as Nolan’s Batman would seem not to work within that concept, I was intrigued with the idea of Nolan trying to pull it off.

If Batman 3 is good, I can’t imagine WB letting Nolan beg off of doing another sequel. It may be that Batman3 concludes their trilogy, but who is to say that same team cannot develop a new trilogy?

@17 and 20

Nolan already said in an early interview that Superman won’t be an origin story…

Looking forward to “Batman 3”. I hope it isn’t Chris Nolan’s last one. If it is, he deserves all the props he can get for resurrecting the film franchise from the grave.

“Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time” looks like it may break the video game-to-movie curse and actually be good.

I have the feeling the next “Spider-Man” film will be a direct-to-dvd release.
I just don’t think this movie will end up being good.

I’m not sure many people have been clamoring for a “Smurfs” movie or another “Alvin And The Chipmunks” but we’re getting them anyway. Sigh.

And finally, I think “Iron Man 2” will be better than the original.

Please, sweet merciful Buddha, let Superman be a good movie. I don’t care if people think he’s too old-fashioned, or goody-two-shoes, or whatever. He’s THE archetypical superhero, and deserves a “Dark Knight”-level movie (quality, not tone).

Hopefully they don’t kill off Batman in the third movie. I’d like to see Bale’s version of Batman in a JLA movie. I thinik it could work.

Much as it pains me to hear the new Batman will be the last Nolan film it’s probably for the best. If his heart’s not in it, it won’t turn out well. At that point, if the franchise decides to continue (and by continue I mean, as the current Nolanverse since I’m sure *eventually* someone will make another Batman film) it’d be best to hand off to someone else who has enthusiasm and talent.

It is good that Christopher Nolan is producing the new superman but I have a small fear. We know he likes to base his superheroes in reality, I would be really angry if for that reason he takes away supermans ability to fly or if he makes him a guy from earth. There has got to be some fantastical elements in a superman movie, you just cannot base it all on reality.

I hope they find someone different to play Lex Luthor in the new Superman movie. I always liked Gene Hackman’s portrayal. He was evil, sinister, but also somewhat likeable for someone who threatens to destroy the west coast. Kevin Spacey, however, was creepy. He reminded me of someone I should keep my 4 year old daughter away from. He was slimey, and not likeable at all. Unlike Hackman’s Luthor, I found myself hoping Superman would wipe Spacey’s Luthor off the face of the Earth.

Rosario, Munn is playing Iron Maiden, the rival of Black Widow. It’s got nothing to do with the Scarlet Witch.

#20 We’re getting a Spidey reboot cause of Sam Raimi being kicked off the project.

Not surprising that there is a Twilight 3 because the first 2 did well at the box office. But it also doesn’t make sense since the consensus is that even the first 2 movies were lousy, and the second one was nominated for 4 razzies including worst sequel/remake/ripoff.

I can’t stop watching that Tron trailer after getting the HD version downloaded onto my pc.

It’s absolutely immense; from Daft Punks music, the knowing way Bruce Boxleitner says “wouldn’t that be something…”, 13 looking smoking hot on the couch and the de aged Jeff Bridges as Clu2, unreal. Now that is photorealistic cgi that works and services the story and not the other way around.

My only problem is that it’s not out until December, thats far too long to wait!

@30: I agree. Spacey was good, but it seems like he was dropped in from a different, meaner movie.

I also wonder who they should cast as Lois, cause Kate Bosworth was awfully bland.

Oh, and the Tron trailer looks absolutely insane.WANT.

14. Yeah, glad it is a sequel as Jeff Bridges rocks and reboots are getting to be lame Hollywood me-tooism for the creatively brain dead (um, lets reboot Spiderman, it is sooooooo dated. Lame).

How about everything getting rebooted in 3D (preferably remakes of classics).

Play it again, Sam, IN YOUR FACE!

Frankly m’dear I don’t give a damn (LUNGE RIGHT INTO YOU)

Rosebud! (and BAM the crystal snow globe comes crashing into your lap)!

#8, Unfortuantely, Hot Tub Time Machine is riddled with many anti-gay jokes….and I will NOT be seeing it, and I had free preview tickets.

Well, I hope he doesn’t try to do what Tim Burton attempted to do to Superman. You even seen his concepts? They’re ghastly. He wanted NICOLAS CAGE to do Superman.

no sci fi news whatsoever this time. batman, superman, thor, captain america….?? who gives a $#!T!

what’s the deal with the softening of sci fi? PREDATOR 3 PG-13?? ARE YOU KIDDING ME? will alien 5 be rated G?

All of the original movies were rated R. aliens, predator, terminator….
T3 and Terminator Salvation were like kids movies compared to T2. now they’re going to dilute predator? make it accessible for all audiences like that steaming pile of $#!T star trek XI? predator is grown man movie, not some sisterhood of the traveling pants BS.

Sucker Punch in 3D? so we’re gonna see Vanessa Hudgens nude in 3D now? as Data would say…Intriguing;)


#42, I doubt it.

I really hope Christopher Nolan and company know what they’re doing with Superman. Again, I keep getting that feeling that it’ll end up looking like this:

If this EVER happens…I can easily say that they raped my childhood!

#43 I am absolutely positive that Superman is in good hands. I’m pretty sure Warner Bros. learned from their mistakes with the “Superman” films like they did with the “Batman” franchise.

And Brandon Routh is pretty much guaranteed to be not coming back.
As well as that awful suit. And Kate Bosworth.

That suit wasn’t that bad. I mean it’s not as bad as the one I posted, is it?

Because AVATAR made 3 billion (BILLION you know with a B)
Every film that will come out from this time forward will be 3D
Weather or not if we want it to be….

– W –
* Sad, but true *

I gotta say, I’m digging the stutter edits on the drums at the end of the Tron trailer. :D (Oh right, and the movie too.)

Looking forward to Tron & Iron Man big time!

Batman needed a good dose of reality after the awful batman and robin, but Superman has always been a piece of mythic fantasy. Someone once compared it to a modern day hercules story.

Superman is basically a demi god. He has superpowers and fights for truth justice and the american way.

I don’t want a darker more realistic take on superman like the dark knight. What i would like is someone to make a film that at least matches the quality of the Donner original if not topping it. Every superman film after sucked, and returns was just okay.

We got a mediocre superman and a mediocre third X-men film, i much would have preferred a great third x-men film and no superman. Since That dude who did x-3 ruined it.

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