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bd2999

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Mek

Subj: Hmmm
Posted: Fri Mar 13, 2009 at 06:45:58 pm EDT (Viewed 17 times)
Reply Subj: Mark your calendars for June 17th...
Posted: Thu Mar 12, 2009 at 08:30:09 am EDT (Viewed 441 times)

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2011.

http://www.newsarama.com/film/030912-Marvel-Film.html

All things considered, this is a good thing, I think. As it stands now, they haven't even gotten a final script nailed, let alone even the main hero or ANY of the supporting cast picked.

It's one thing to delay or rush a comic book, but movies are a completely different game all together, as anyone even remotely familiar with how Hollywood works can tell you. (Especially when there's, ya'know, millions of dollars involved in the production process)

And to be bluntly honest, it'd be the ultimate "bad showing" for Thor to have a half-assed and poorly made movie done in an unrealistic amount of time just to get it rushed out the door next summer and tarnish any potential outside-comics media things afterwards. A poorly made and rushed movie would do far more damage to his reputation than a Hulk vs. or any fight in the comics would do, realistically speaking. Just look at the Fantastic Four or Daredevil.

Think of it that way, I suppose.

I just hope this means the cartoon isn't going to be pushed back, but I suppose it will. Makes sense, but the thought of it still sucks. =/


I am wondering why they are releasing Captain America and Thor one month apart. That just seems to scream that one will do fine and the other so-so or that both will just do okay. I am super psyched about Iron Man 2, so I hope Thor and Cap getting me pumped for the Avengers.

Thor really needs a good movie, so I will cautiously hope for the best.


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