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#1 Posted by The Hobgoblin (414 posts) - - Show Bio

@ChadwickDavis said:

10. Battle suit/Evil businessman Lex Luthor: Lex Luthor... in a Superman movie...and you're talking about retreading the same old groound?

We have seen wacky or mad scientist Lex Luthor. We've never seen him with the power and influence his businessman personae brings, such as in Superman: The Animted Series. He could ave a hand in creating one of the villains I mentioned, such as Metallo or Parasite. Nor have we ever seen Lex able go toe to toe with the Man of Steel. I think these are all notable changes that would qualify Lex Luthor for another chance at the big screen, while keeping it interesting and at least a tad familier for audience members, at least as far as familier characters go (somene speculated they used Zod so audience members would recognize the villain).

#2 Posted by The Hobgoblin (414 posts) - - Show Bio

I bet this is a bit of misdirection; perhaps the Frightful Four will return in a big way.

#3 Posted by The Hobgoblin (414 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm gonna call it: Marion Cotillard is Talia al Ghul using an alias, much like her father did in Batman Begins.
#4 Edited by The Hobgoblin (414 posts) - - Show Bio

I'd like to see, as far as classic Cap stories being adapted, something along the lines of Mark Gruenwald's "Captain America No More". It'd also be the perfect way to reintroduce the Red Skull into modern times.

#5 Posted by The Hobgoblin (414 posts) - - Show Bio

Here's hoping we get more Red Skull in the next movie and an origin story borrowed directly from Tales of Suspense #66 and Cap #298 to go with him.

#6 Posted by The Hobgoblin (414 posts) - - Show Bio

Any and all help with this quest would be greatly appreciated.
#7 Posted by The Hobgoblin (414 posts) - - Show Bio

While I like both the old and the new versions of ol' Hammerhead, the more mobster/Al Capone/ Dick Tracy villain is still my favorite, provided I had to pick my favorite of the two, of course.

#8 Posted by The Hobgoblin (414 posts) - - Show Bio
@Mr. Dead Pool
That would definitely fit in more with Nolan's real world approach to the franchise.
#9 Posted by The Hobgoblin (414 posts) - - Show Bio
@Hit_Monkey
Yeah, I think it'll be a while unfortunately til we see ol' Vic Sage again.
#10 Posted by The Hobgoblin (414 posts) - - Show Bio

Never has a movie of such epic proportions been attempted before to my knowledge (The staging of a huge crossover years in the making), and I hope movie theatres and people across the world are ready for this momentous gathering of Marvel Movie Icons.