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Old 04-25-2010, 06:06 AM   #41
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How about some Morbius, Iron Fist, Werewolf By Night, or Alpha Flight!
Morbius would fall under Spider-Man (Sony) so that won't happen, unless he is tied to Blade, then it might be possible, but not a stand alone movie (It would suck). Alpha Flight, seems like I heard awhile back it belongs with the X-Men/mutants category, so it goes with Fox.

Werewolf by night would be a good horror movie if they changed it around a bit and not tie it into the Marvel Universe by having cameos or mentioning other characters. I don't think Cage could hold a movie on his own, could be wrong though. I would rather see an Iron Fist and Luke Cage together movie.
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Werewolf by night would be a good horror movie if they changed it around a bit and not tie it into the Marvel Universe by having cameos or mentioning other characters. I don't think Cage could hold a movie on his own, could be wrong though. I would rather see an Iron Fist and Luke Cage together movie.
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We continued by asking Fiege if the new proposed films would also take place in the "Marvel Film Universe" that has been created for the current line of movies?

"It could be both I would say. I'm not sure that we will always point out specifically that they do take place in this universe. But on the other side, I don't think we'll go out of our way to say they don't." He said. "For instance, Runaways probably is in this universe but they aren't going to be running into Tony Stark or Nick Fury. Nick Fury doesn't just show up in every room," Fiege joked.

We followed that by asking if it were possible that these films could exist in the "Marvel Film Universe" but not necessarily tie into the other movies?

"Yes. By the way, just like in the comics," Fiege replied.
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Yeah, I read you're post. I don't care what HE said, it was just my opinion

I think Marvel could do well with a Marvel Horror or Marvel Nightmares line of movies. You know, Werewolf By Night, Man-Thing (Yeah, the Sci-Fi movie was horrible but it could be done good), Blade, etc. They could tie them into the actual Marvel Universe, but I don't think they would have to.
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Yeah, I read you're post. I don't care what HE said, it was just my opinion

I think Marvel could do well with a Marvel Horror or Marvel Nightmares line of movies. You know, Werewolf By Night, Man-Thing (Yeah, the Sci-Fi movie was horrible but it could be done good), Blade, etc. They could tie them into the actual Marvel Universe, but I don't think they would have to.
Right, just leave it ambiguous. People could believe what they wanted. Marvel has said that they won't do anything harder than a PG13. I wonder if they'd maybe start an Epic line of movies?
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Right, just leave it ambiguous. People could believe what they wanted. Marvel has said that they won't do anything harder than a PG13. I wonder if they'd maybe start an Epic line of movies?
I know about an upcoming Blade film coming soon. Do you think it will end up a PG-13 film based on what Marvel stated?
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Right, just leave it ambiguous. People could believe what they wanted. Marvel has said that they won't do anything harder than a PG13. I wonder if they'd maybe start an Epic line of movies?
I agree, an Epic movie line would be the way to go. There's just some Marvel properties, like the few I listed above, that wouldn't really be that TRUE to the comic is they were rated PG-13. Punisher War Zone was R and it lived up to the stories pretty good, better than the first two movies. Done bad at the box office, but it was a great comic movie.
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i'd love to see some movies based on some recent mini's like Bullseye v Punisher and a Black Widow origin movie.
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But one of the interesting bits was Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige in response to the question of if Scarlett Johansson’s character Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow would be getting her own big screen movie spin-off:
So, "Spin the sexy supporting tight-catsuit babe off onto her own fan-service solo film, if the hero's already tied up in sequels?"

I SEEM to remember Fox trying that strategy before, when they needed a Daredevil sequel...
It didn't quite work out.
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So... Is Moon Knight DC or Marvel? I remember those being a ton of fun.
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So... Is Moon Knight DC or Marvel? I remember those being a ton of fun.
Marvel!
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Old 04-25-2010, 10:07 PM   #51
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Marvel!
That'd be a cool sub 50 million film.
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Old 04-25-2010, 10:12 PM   #52
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That'd be a cool sub 50 million film.
I was never a fan of Moon Knight, but hell, a movie can change that!
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I'd pay good money for a Cloak and Dagger movie.

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With constructing your new film, "Iron Man 2," can you talk about the challenging task of continuing to set up the "Marvel Film Universe" in this movie for future films like "The Avengers"?

Kevin Fiege: Well it is daunting but its fun. It's never been done before and that's kind of the spirit everybody's taking it in. The other filmmakers aren't used to getting actors from other movies that other filmmakers have cast, certain plot lines that are connected or certain locations that are connected but I think for the most part, in fact, entirely everyone was on board for it and thinks that its fun. Primarily because we've always remained consistent saying that the movie that we are making comes first. All of the connective tissue, all of that stuff is fun and is going to be very important if you want it to be. If the fans want to look further and find connections than they're there. There are a few big ones obviously, that hopefully the mainstream audience will able to follow as well. But the most important thing and I think the reason that all the filmmakers are on board is that their movies need to stand on their own. They need to have a fresh vision, a unique tone and the fact that they can interconnect if you want to follow those breadcrumbs is a bonus.



Is there a lot of pressure on the company to have films like "Captain America: The First Avenger" and "Thor" be huge hits in order to justify making "The Avengers," which you are clearly are already in pre-production on?

Kevin Fiege: Yes and I think that's one of the reasons that it hasn't been done before. I think that we are confident in the choices that we are making and the way we're making them. They all don't have to be Iron Man size hits. There are various budgets and various factors that go into how successful they need to be to make the next one. But creatively speaking I think it's going to be rewarding for people to follow these movies starting in 2008 up through The Avengers in 2012. But I wouldn't say that's its just all a road heading to The Avengers as an end point. For us every movie is about expanding the Marvel Universe and the idea of the Marvel Universe. My goal is that moviegoers have that same experience comic book readers had, that when you turn the page anybody can pop up and any other character can come into it. We're really suggesting, unlike all the other films that we've made prior to Iron Man, that each of these heroes are not the only heroes that exist in those worlds, which is really what Marvel Comics have always been about. So with The Avengers coming down the line we really look at each film as being more of expanding that mythology. With Iron Man 2 it's really about expanding Tony Stark's mythology, which if people watch some of the movies to come particularly Captain America, you will realize that Tony Stark's mythology is the Marvel mythology. He is connected to the other characters in ways that are subtle and not so subtle.

Is the current plan to have each film spawn it's own three-picture franchise and not just have "The Avengers" be a sequel to "Captain America" or "Iron Man 2"?

Kevin Fiege: Absolutely. If you look at the comics, there would be ten, twelve or fifteen issues and then there would be a crossover event. Then the characters would go back into their own books and then come over for another crossover event. And those crossover events always ... if you look at them, you look at "Secret Invasion" or "Civil War," you know you could just read the seven issues of "Civil War" and get it. With "Civil War" it starts with that explosion in the town and it's a self-contained story. You don't have to have read all the comics of all the other heroes for it to match up. If you have you'll see more and you will experience more but if you haven't it still works. That's our challenge when it comes to The Avengers and you nailed it, The Avengers is not Iron Man 3, its not Cap 2 and its not Thor 2. It's The Avengers #1.

How important was it to Marvel's overall plans to be able to sign Samuel L. Jackson to a nine-picture deal to appear as Nick Fury in "Iron Man 2," "The Avengers" and beyond?

Kevin Fiege: Well it's the importance of tying all the actors down. It doesn't mean that we're going to make all those movies but it means we can if the audience wants to see them. So you don't find yourself in a position of changing lots of things every time.

"Iron Man 2" introduces the character of Black Widow, who in the comics eventually became a member of "The Avengers," so will each new film introduce a new member of the team or will there be some new characters saved to be introduced only in "The Avengers" film?

Kevin Fiege: Well clearly Thor and Captain America will be the primary introductory characters but they'll be a few (new ones). The Avengers is really, you are dealing with Iron Man, Thor, Cap, Nick Fury and potentially the Hulk to some degree, that's a lot of characters right there. I think that there will be a few beyond that but the fun of The Avengers to me is not, "Hey, lets keep introducing characters." It's not, "Lets go into this room and it's another character, then we go into another room and there is another new character there." That's not the fun of The Avengers to me. That might happen once of twice but the fun is in these characters that you've seen sort of owning the room in their own film, and in their own adventures, and then how do they act when they are all on par together in one story. Will Tony Stark take an order from Steve Rodgers? Will Steve Rodgers want someone like Tony Stark on his team? Is Nick Fury going to be able to handle all these characters? How's he going to react? What the hell is Hulk doing? How is Tony Stark, who thinks that he knows everything about everything and certainly thinks that he knows everything about science and technology, going to react when somebody tells him about these other worlds? That's the interesting thing in The Avengers.

Is "The Avengers" film essentially going to be an adaptation of Mark Millar's "The Ultimates" from Ultimate Marvel, the companies imprint that features re-imagined and updated versions of the classic comic book characters?"

Kevin Fiege: No, I wouldn't say that it is going to be any more "The Ultimates" than it would be, depending on how nerdy you want to get sort of the classic 616 continuity. But it will be clearly the Nick Fury that we have introduced, which is right out of there. I think there will be some elements and "The Ultimates" is a great starting point because ten years ago publishing said, "Hey what if we started a new? How do we reintroduce these characters?" I think they did a very god job. The storylines and some of the tonality of "The Ultimates" I think isn't quite what we'll be doing. But there are a lot of good ideas in there.
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- He will definitely be in Captain America: The First Avenger and Iron Man 3, but not in Thor.

- The Avengers movie should be filming next year and sometime after that there's a big S.H.I.E.L.D. movie planned.

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Samuel L. Jackson talks about his involvement in the Marvel Cinematic Universe; including his character's next big step after The Avengers.



During a recent radio interview, Samuel L. Jackson talked about his excitement being a part of the popular Marvel film series. After revealing that Iron Man 2 was the 737th movie he has acted in, Jackson talked about what is coming next for his character, S.H.I.E.L.D. Director Nick Fury, in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Here are a few notes from the show:


- He is two movies into his nine picture deal portraying Nick Fury for Marvel Studios.

- He will definitely be in Captain America: The First Avenger and Iron Man 3, but not in Thor.

- The Avengers movie should be filming next year and sometime after that there's a big S.H.I.E.L.D. movie planned.




To hear the rest of the interview, including a reenactment of Jackson's discussion with Terrence Howard regarding the later's fall-out with Marvel, visit Radio Big Boy via the link below. Many thanks to CBM member Andy for providing the info!

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Samuel L. Jackson talks about his involvement in the Marvel Cinematic Universe; including his character's next big step after The Avengers.



During a recent radio interview, Samuel L. Jackson talked about his excitement being a part of the popular Marvel film series. After revealing that Iron Man 2 was the 737th movie he has acted in, Jackson talked about what is coming next for his character, S.H.I.E.L.D. Director Nick Fury, in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Here are a few notes from the show:


- He is two movies into his nine picture deal portraying Nick Fury for Marvel Studios.

- He will definitely be in Captain America: The First Avenger and Iron Man 3, but not in Thor.

- The Avengers movie should be filming next year and sometime after that there's a big S.H.I.E.L.D. movie planned.




To hear the rest of the interview, including a reenactment of Jackson's discussion with Terrence Howard regarding the later's fall-out with Marvel, visit Radio Big Boy via the link below. Many thanks to CBM member Andy for providing the info!

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It's like deja vu



Also....737 movies?! Holy cow.

Watching interviews with Jackson, the guy is like a little kid with these movies, he is LOVING being Nick Fury.

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Also....737 movies?! Holy cow.

Watching interviews with Jackson, the guy is like a little kid with these movies, he is LOVING being Nick Fury.
Better him than the Hoff
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