By Decept-O 9 Comments
Having a number of discussions regarding comic book and superhero movies with friends online and in real life, one topic has perpetually popped up time and time again.
Specifically, why can't the movie studios make a concerted effort to produce these movies, well, a bit quicker?
Something one of my brothers points out to me is the fact that the Lord of the Rings trilogy should be a template for the movie studios to produce the superhero movies in a like manner. I have to agree. I mean, why the heck not?
Some will say "you have to get the actors in line", "other projects are being handled". OK, fine, but if the studios are willing to spend so much money on the actors and all else involved, why not make use of that money and take the same approach as the Lord of the Rings? Film the movies back to back.
My opinion is to film at least 2 more Avengers movies after Thor and Captain America are finished, then release them one year apart. Same could go for any potential DC/Warner Bros. movies.
Is it a bad idea? Would the movies feel "rushed"?
Just curious what anyone may think about it.