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 2076 warrior 93, Thu, 4th Oct '12 10:02:24 AM from North Carolina
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Would it be a good idea if Fox made the x-men and fantastic four movies into their own shared universe?

http://www.ign.com/articles/2012/10/02/how-to-build-foxs-shared-marvel-universe
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 2077 wanderlustwarrior, Thu, 4th Oct '12 10:36:31 AM from Black Attack Squadron HQ Relationship Status: I'm just a poor boy, nobody loves me
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Not really. What do they have in common besides bonds with Spidey and other mutual friends? X-Men can stand alone and be deep, to me.
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 2078 C0mraid, Thu, 4th Oct '12 10:41:49 AM from Here and there
60's Fantastic Four would be nice. But really X-Men and Fantastic Four are at two different corners of the Marvel Universe.
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 2079 warrior 93, Thu, 4th Oct '12 10:47:35 AM from North Carolina
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Well Franklin Richards is a mutant and having the fantastic four set in the 60's would be awesome.

Also they could use a fantastic four and x-men to introduce the shiar and kree to the movies.

Also they can avert superman stays out of Gotham as well.

edited 4th Oct '12 10:56:21 AM by warrior93

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The connectivity between the movies has been a selling point for the MCU so I could see them trying something similar with the Fantastic Four and X-Men. Wasn't Franklin Richards even (briefly) name-dropped during the computer sequence in X2?

In other news, apparently Doctor Who's own Noel Clarke tried to pitch a Black Panther script to Marvel. http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/JakeLester/news/?a=68186

He says he'd be interested in doing a Black Lightning movie for DC as well.
 
 2081 warrior 93, Thu, 4th Oct '12 1:17:33 PM from North Carolina
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Franklin Richards was name dropped in X2 and it would be awesome to see a team-up between magneto and doctor doom.

edited 4th Oct '12 1:25:55 PM by warrior93

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Marvel Studios is doing an animated Hulk/Iron Man team-up film. http://insidemovies.ew.com/2012/10/04/iron-man-hulk-heroes-united-first-look-at-marvel-animations-debut-movie-exclusive/

Loeb raises the possibility that it might be in the MCU before Iron Man 3, but it'll be left ambiguous. They do mention they're certainly partnering their partnership after Downey Jr. and Ruffalo.
 
http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/MarvelFreshman/news/?a=68297

Take with a massive grain of salt, but the Daily Mail is claiming Marvel is looking at actresses for the role of Carol Danvers in Avengers 2.

While I'd definitely say be skeptical, it does seem to be common practice for Marvel to start recruiting actors before a hard script is even finished.
 
 2084 Known Unknown, Sun, 7th Oct '12 5:47:31 PM from Here. There. Everywhere.
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While just watching Avengers, I started wondering something: how destructive or menacing is the Hulk in the Cinematic Universe?

As far as I can tell, he's a little more menacing than main Marvels' Hulk, but a lot less so than Ultimate Hulk. I remember in The Incredible Hulk, the main thing that showed the difference between Hulk and Abomination was that Abomination went after civilians and innocents for fun, while Hulk never fought anyone who wasn't already attacking him. He's a little more wild in Avengers: him attacking Black Widow is the first time he goes after someone just because they're there, rather than because they're a threat.

I wonder how they're going to run with that later in the series.
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I always had the impression that the only reason the Hulk lashed out at BW was because A) He was under the control of Loki's staff and B) Banner didn't really like her much. I mean she did sic a gun on him and have him surrounded by a soldiers.
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 2086 Corr Terek, Sun, 7th Oct '12 5:54:37 PM from The Bland Line
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Yeah, he made it pretty clear in the scene immediately preceding that he blamed her for bringing him there in the first place.
 2087 Known Unknown, Sun, 7th Oct '12 6:05:49 PM from Here. There. Everywhere.
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One thing I had forgotten while writing that as well - it's implied that Hulk, even in the midst of rage, had intentionally aimed himself while falling to the ground so that he would land somewhere without hurting anyone.

edited 7th Oct '12 6:06:10 PM by KnownUnknown

"My final prayer: O my body, always make me a man who questions!" — Frantz Fanon
Really, the movie Hulk so far is a *lot* less menacing than any comic version, because he's consistently been of the "don't start nothing, won't be nothing" variety, with increasing levels of self control. To date, he hasn't had any "I'm gonna destroy stuff for the hell of it" or "I am selfish ego personified" incarnations. And here's hoping it stays that way.
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 2089 L Mage, Sun, 7th Oct '12 7:13:13 PM from Miss Robichaux's Academy Relationship Status: I'm just a poor boy, nobody loves me
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If they make another Hulk movie, they should include The Grey Hulk.
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 2090 Tech Powah, Mon, 8th Oct '12 8:46:37 PM from the room down the hall Relationship Status: You cannot grasp the true form
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For some reason, I kinda want whatever Doctor Strange movies we get to use Character Name and the Noun Phrase for the titles. Not sure why.
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 2091 maxwellelvis, Mon, 8th Oct '12 8:47:36 PM from undisclosed location Relationship Status: In my bunk
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 2092 wanderlustwarrior, Mon, 8th Oct '12 9:30:17 PM from Black Attack Squadron HQ Relationship Status: I'm just a poor boy, nobody loves me
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[up][up]Harry Potter, maybe?

Daniel Radcliffe for Stephen Strange!

Actually, I wonder how Alan Rickman might do. He's not enough of a ham, though.
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 2093 Wack'd, Mon, 8th Oct '12 9:32:30 PM Relationship Status: You're a beautiful woman, probably
STEVEN RATTAZZI FOR STEPHEN STRANGE!

edited 8th Oct '12 9:32:50 PM by Wackd

 2094 Zeromaeus, Mon, 8th Oct '12 9:39:01 PM from Neo Arcadia
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Steven Rattazzi has the voice down, certainly, but that's probably not the best idea. It'd be like getting Stephen Colbert to play Mr. Fantastic...
Though I kinda like that idea...

edited 8th Oct '12 9:39:26 PM by Zeromaeus

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 2095 wanderlustwarrior, Mon, 8th Oct '12 9:40:52 PM from Black Attack Squadron HQ Relationship Status: I'm just a poor boy, nobody loves me
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It's been done.
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 2096 Known Unknown, Mon, 8th Oct '12 9:48:49 PM from Here. There. Everywhere.
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Alan Rickman might make a good Baron Mordo, now that I think about it.

Danial Radcliffe as someone in a Dr. Strange movie would be awesome and hilarious.
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 2097 deathpigeon, Mon, 8th Oct '12 9:52:44 PM from Bread, It Is Bread that the Revolution Needs! Relationship Status: One True Dodecahedron
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So, based upon what I know about him, Dr. Strange's backstory was that he saved the former Sorcerer Supreme from something, the former Sorcerer Supreme made Strange his apprentice, then passed the mantle on to Strange, right? Well, what if Daniel Radcliffe played a contender to be the Sorcerer Supreme's apprentice, or something like that, who got beaten out by Strange?
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 2098 Wack'd, Mon, 8th Oct '12 9:55:21 PM Relationship Status: You're a beautiful woman, probably
 2099 Known Unknown, Mon, 8th Oct '12 10:07:20 PM from Here. There. Everywhere.
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^^ You mean, like Baron Mordo?

edited 8th Oct '12 10:08:28 PM by KnownUnknown

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 2100 Maridee, Tue, 9th Oct '12 4:17:30 AM from the suburban jungle Relationship Status: Buried in snow, waiting for spring
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