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Story Talks Black Panther
More Marvel heroes in FF's future?
by IGN Staff

May 8, 2007 - Tim Story, director of Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer and its big-screen predecessor, has had his fun with Dr. Doom and the Sentinel of the Spaceways, but now he may be searching the Marvel library for more characters to introduce in a possible third film in the FF franchise.

Who might we see in Fantastic Four 3? One possibility appears to be Black Panther, who first appeared in Fantastic Four vol. 1, #52 in 1966. A film based on Black Panther, long championed by Wesley Snipes (Snipes had been expected to play the character until he became so deeply entrenched in the Blade franchise), has struggled to make its way to the big screen. It wouldn't be that difficult, however, to give the character a supporting part to play in a FF sequel.

Story recently told the LA Times, "I've got to tell you, to get the Fantastic Four and turn it into a franchise, the first thing I thought was, 'Will I get the Silver Surfer'? Or someone like Black Panther, who was introduced in their book, get Djimon Hounsou and go do it?' But there are so many other great villains and stories - I feel like I hit the jackpot."

Is Story really looking at Black Panther? If so, we think Hounsou is a stellar choice. Would you include Black Panther in Fantastic Four 3, and what other characters would you want to see show up if another sequel is made? Send us an email with your ideas.


Other links to this topic:
http://www.comicbookmovie.com/news/articles/3611.asp
http://www.rottentomatoes.com/news/comments/?entryid=419564
http://www.pop.com/movies/3791073/news?item_id=3960982



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Mightymutant83




Black Panther needs some movie status. I don't think a solo movie would go that well for him considering all of the other Marvel flops like Daredevil, Punisher, and Hulk. Of course I know it would all depend on the story and writer but Black Panther is a Fantastic Four character. Let's put him in FF3 and enjoy the ride. I can't wait to see Wakanda on the big screen.


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AndrewMTC




I'd be more excited about this possibility if I had any respect for Tim Story as a director. I think the FF were more respectable before Story touched them, and I don't think I'd want the world to know BP through another trashy FF movie. But maybe crappy exposure is better than none, who knows.

> http://movies.ign.com/articles/786/786319p1.html
>
> Story Talks Black Panther
> More Marvel heroes in FF's future?
> by IGN Staff
>
> May 8, 2007 - Tim Story, director of Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer and its big-screen predecessor, has had his fun with Dr. Doom and the Sentinel of the Spaceways, but now he may be searching the Marvel library for more characters to introduce in a possible third film in the FF franchise.
>
> Who might we see in Fantastic Four 3? One possibility appears to be Black Panther, who first appeared in Fantastic Four vol. 1, #52 in 1966. A film based on Black Panther, long championed by Wesley Snipes (Snipes had been expected to play the character until he became so deeply entrenched in the Blade franchise), has struggled to make its way to the big screen. It wouldn't be that difficult, however, to give the character a supporting part to play in a FF sequel.
>
> Story recently told the LA Times, "I've got to tell you, to get the Fantastic Four and turn it into a franchise, the first thing I thought was, 'Will I get the Silver Surfer'? Or someone like Black Panther, who was introduced in their book, get Djimon Hounsou and go do it?' But there are so many other great villains and stories - I feel like I hit the jackpot."
>
> Is Story really looking at Black Panther? If so, we think Hounsou is a stellar choice. Would you include Black Panther in Fantastic Four 3, and what other characters would you want to see show up if another sequel is made? Send us an email with your ideas.

>
> Other links to this topic:
> http://www.comicbookmovie.com/news/articles/3611.asp
> http://www.rottentomatoes.com/news/comments/?entryid=419564
> http://www.pop.com/movies/3791073/news?item_id=3960982
>

Check it out: Shu and I (and FLCL) teamed up!



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takufan4




> But maybe crappy exposure is better than none, who knows.

From the little I know of superhero-to-radio-to-TV-to-film history, I think you're right.

My memory of what I've read of comics history says:

* Superman became a household name in one decade largely because of, in chronological order, the radio show, followed by the 1940s Fleischer Brothers cartoon, followed by the serials, followed by the TV show

* Batman was on the verge of cancellation before the 1966 movie and 1966-1968 TV show

* Most non-comics people only know about Wonder Woman from the 1970s TV show, and learned about the X-Men from the 1990s Fox cartoon

* The "Spider-Man" 1970s TV specials were far from perfect, \:\) but it, like the 1960s cartoon in syndication at the time, kept the brand alive in the late 1970s

And on and on.

I liked the first FF film because a) I LOVE those characters and b) that I understood this was about introducing "new" characters to today's "tweens." I'm only expecting them to do a better version of what they did before, so they can make the maximum amount of money. So if that's what it takes to see characters I love on the big screen, taking their rightful role as a major part of the popular culture (like they did before "Star Wars"), then so be it.

(READS OVER WHAT HE WROTE ABOVE)

Hmmm....sounds like a justification for everything Millar, Hudlin, and now McDuffie, has done, hasn't it? LOL! \:\)


I'd be more excited about this possibility if I had any respect for Tim Story as a director. I think the FF were more respectable before Story touched them, and I don't think I'd want the world to know BP through another trashy FF movie. But maybe crappy exposure is better than none, who knows.
>
> > http://movies.ign.com/articles/786/786319p1.html
> >
> > Story Talks Black Panther
> > More Marvel heroes in FF's future?
> > by IGN Staff
> >
> > May 8, 2007 - Tim Story, director of Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer and its big-screen predecessor, has had his fun with Dr. Doom and the Sentinel of the Spaceways, but now he may be searching the Marvel library for more characters to introduce in a possible third film in the FF franchise.
> >
> > Who might we see in Fantastic Four 3? One possibility appears to be Black Panther, who first appeared in Fantastic Four vol. 1, #52 in 1966. A film based on Black Panther, long championed by Wesley Snipes (Snipes had been expected to play the character until he became so deeply entrenched in the Blade franchise), has struggled to make its way to the big screen. It wouldn't be that difficult, however, to give the character a supporting part to play in a FF sequel.
> >
> > Story recently told the LA Times, "I've got to tell you, to get the Fantastic Four and turn it into a franchise, the first thing I thought was, 'Will I get the Silver Surfer'? Or someone like Black Panther, who was introduced in their book, get Djimon Hounsou and go do it?' But there are so many other great villains and stories - I feel like I hit the jackpot."
> >
> > Is Story really looking at Black Panther? If so, we think Hounsou is a stellar choice. Would you include Black Panther in Fantastic Four 3, and what other characters would you want to see show up if another sequel is made? Send us an email with your ideas.

> >
> > Other links to this topic:
> > http://www.comicbookmovie.com/news/articles/3611.asp
> > http://www.rottentomatoes.com/news/comments/?entryid=419564
> > http://www.pop.com/movies/3791073/news?item_id=3960982
> >
>
> Check it out: Shu and I (and FLCL) teamed up!
>


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AndrewMTC




Yes, but look at Howard the Duck. Even many comic book fans can't take him seriously anymore, because of one crappy movie alone. I think it can go both ways.

> > But maybe crappy exposure is better than none, who knows.
>
> From the little I know of superhero-to-radio-to-TV-to-film history, I think you're right.
>
> My memory of what I've read of comics history says:
>
> * Superman became a household name in one decade largely because of, in chronological order, the radio show, followed by the 1940s Fleischer Brothers cartoon, followed by the serials, followed by the TV show
>
> * Batman was on the verge of cancellation before the 1966 movie and 1966-1968 TV show
>
> * Most non-comics people only know about Wonder Woman from the 1970s TV show, and learned about the X-Men from the 1990s Fox cartoon
>
> * The "Spider-Man" 1970s TV specials were far from perfect, \:\) but it, like the 1960s cartoon in syndication at the time, kept the brand alive in the late 1970s
>
> And on and on.
>
> I liked the first FF film because a) I LOVE those characters and b) that I understood this was about introducing "new" characters to today's "tweens." I'm only expecting them to do a better version of what they did before, so they can make the maximum amount of money. So if that's what it takes to see characters I love on the big screen, taking their rightful role as a major part of the popular culture (like they did before "Star Wars"), then so be it.
>
> (READS OVER WHAT HE WROTE ABOVE)
>
> Hmmm....sounds like a justification for everything Millar, Hudlin, and now McDuffie, has done, hasn't it? LOL! \:\)
>
>
> I'd be more excited about this possibility if I had any respect for Tim Story as a director. I think the FF were more respectable before Story touched them, and I don't think I'd want the world to know BP through another trashy FF movie. But maybe crappy exposure is better than none, who knows.
> >
> > > http://movies.ign.com/articles/786/786319p1.html
> > >
> > > Story Talks Black Panther
> > > More Marvel heroes in FF's future?
> > > by IGN Staff
> > >
> > > May 8, 2007 - Tim Story, director of Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer and its big-screen predecessor, has had his fun with Dr. Doom and the Sentinel of the Spaceways, but now he may be searching the Marvel library for more characters to introduce in a possible third film in the FF franchise.
> > >
> > > Who might we see in Fantastic Four 3? One possibility appears to be Black Panther, who first appeared in Fantastic Four vol. 1, #52 in 1966. A film based on Black Panther, long championed by Wesley Snipes (Snipes had been expected to play the character until he became so deeply entrenched in the Blade franchise), has struggled to make its way to the big screen. It wouldn't be that difficult, however, to give the character a supporting part to play in a FF sequel.
> > >
> > > Story recently told the LA Times, "I've got to tell you, to get the Fantastic Four and turn it into a franchise, the first thing I thought was, 'Will I get the Silver Surfer'? Or someone like Black Panther, who was introduced in their book, get Djimon Hounsou and go do it?' But there are so many other great villains and stories - I feel like I hit the jackpot."
> > >
> > > Is Story really looking at Black Panther? If so, we think Hounsou is a stellar choice. Would you include Black Panther in Fantastic Four 3, and what other characters would you want to see show up if another sequel is made? Send us an email with your ideas.

> > >
> > > Other links to this topic:
> > > http://www.comicbookmovie.com/news/articles/3611.asp
> > > http://www.rottentomatoes.com/news/comments/?entryid=419564
> > > http://www.pop.com/movies/3791073/news?item_id=3960982
> > >
> >
> > Check it out: Shu and I (and FLCL) teamed up!
> >

Check it out: Shu and I (and FLCL) teamed up!



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takufan4




> Yes, but look at Howard the Duck. Even many comic book fans can't take him seriously anymore, because of one crappy movie alone. I think it can go both ways.

Oh, yeah. THANKS for reminding me of that travesty. \:\)
>
> > > But maybe crappy exposure is better than none, who knows.
> >
> > From the little I know of superhero-to-radio-to-TV-to-film history, I think you're right.
> >
> > My memory of what I've read of comics history says:
> >
> > * Superman became a household name in one decade largely because of, in chronological order, the radio show, followed by the 1940s Fleischer Brothers cartoon, followed by the serials, followed by the TV show
> >
> > * Batman was on the verge of cancellation before the 1966 movie and 1966-1968 TV show
> >
> > * Most non-comics people only know about Wonder Woman from the 1970s TV show, and learned about the X-Men from the 1990s Fox cartoon
> >
> > * The "Spider-Man" 1970s TV specials were far from perfect, \:\) but it, like the 1960s cartoon in syndication at the time, kept the brand alive in the late 1970s
> >
> > And on and on.
> >
> > I liked the first FF film because a) I LOVE those characters and b) that I understood this was about introducing "new" characters to today's "tweens." I'm only expecting them to do a better version of what they did before, so they can make the maximum amount of money. So if that's what it takes to see characters I love on the big screen, taking their rightful role as a major part of the popular culture (like they did before "Star Wars"), then so be it.
> >
> > (READS OVER WHAT HE WROTE ABOVE)
> >
> > Hmmm....sounds like a justification for everything Millar, Hudlin, and now McDuffie, has done, hasn't it? LOL! \:\)
> >
> >
> > I'd be more excited about this possibility if I had any respect for Tim Story as a director. I think the FF were more respectable before Story touched them, and I don't think I'd want the world to know BP through another trashy FF movie. But maybe crappy exposure is better than none, who knows.
> > >
> > > > http://movies.ign.com/articles/786/786319p1.html
> > > >
> > > > Story Talks Black Panther
> > > > More Marvel heroes in FF's future?
> > > > by IGN Staff
> > > >
> > > > May 8, 2007 - Tim Story, director of Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer and its big-screen predecessor, has had his fun with Dr. Doom and the Sentinel of the Spaceways, but now he may be searching the Marvel library for more characters to introduce in a possible third film in the FF franchise.
> > > >
> > > > Who might we see in Fantastic Four 3? One possibility appears to be Black Panther, who first appeared in Fantastic Four vol. 1, #52 in 1966. A film based on Black Panther, long championed by Wesley Snipes (Snipes had been expected to play the character until he became so deeply entrenched in the Blade franchise), has struggled to make its way to the big screen. It wouldn't be that difficult, however, to give the character a supporting part to play in a FF sequel.
> > > >
> > > > Story recently told the LA Times, "I've got to tell you, to get the Fantastic Four and turn it into a franchise, the first thing I thought was, 'Will I get the Silver Surfer'? Or someone like Black Panther, who was introduced in their book, get Djimon Hounsou and go do it?' But there are so many other great villains and stories - I feel like I hit the jackpot."
> > > >
> > > > Is Story really looking at Black Panther? If so, we think Hounsou is a stellar choice. Would you include Black Panther in Fantastic Four 3, and what other characters would you want to see show up if another sequel is made? Send us an email with your ideas.

> > > >
> > > > Other links to this topic:
> > > > http://www.comicbookmovie.com/news/articles/3611.asp
> > > > http://www.rottentomatoes.com/news/comments/?entryid=419564
> > > > http://www.pop.com/movies/3791073/news?item_id=3960982
> > > >
> > >
> > > Check it out: Shu and I (and FLCL) teamed up!
> > >
>
> Check it out: Shu and I (and FLCL) teamed up!
>


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Mr. Marvel




Black Panther is part of Marvel's new independent Picture deal with Paramount.

Fantastic Four is being made by 20th Century Fox.


It is not very likely that this will happen in the near future and maybe never at all.


But then again IGN never checks it's news sources. I think it's just plain crap.


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