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#1 Posted by The Sharp Dressed Lady (285 posts) - - Show Bio

Chris Claremont is that filthy little bastard who screwed everything up in The X-Men. 
 
You know this is rotten to the core, and means nothing for the reader. 
 
 
 

#2 Posted by The Sharp Dressed Lady (285 posts) - - Show Bio

I've been here on ComicVine for longer than you and have read comics when you trolls couldn't even swim. You're only here to troll, just like you are in movies and television and everything else you troll in. 
 
You'd know all about haters, troll. Quit while you can.
 
 
 

#3 Posted by The Sharp Dressed Lady (285 posts) - - Show Bio

Honestly, Marvel / Disney needs to wrangle the Spiderman property and subsequent movie rights away from Sony. It's time for Marvel to reboot Spiderman, if anyone is to. 
 
This whole Sony reboot, casting and not, doesn't look like a good thing for the future of the franchise, and this may be the evidence we need to see where Sony wants to take it. 
 
Still, the mystery source thing is never a good sign to hold on to for too long, either.
 
 
 

#4 Posted by The Sharp Dressed Lady (285 posts) - - Show Bio

I'll definitely pick this up!! 8D 
 
 
 

#5 Edited by The Sharp Dressed Lady (285 posts) - - Show Bio
@foible said:

" In fairness to Fox, she hasn't been given a role to show any acting ability.  She's played eye-candy and second fiddle to giant robots; the only role of any substance she was given was in Jennifer's Body, and Diablo Cody had already butchered that role with her pathetic script. But I don't see her as Red Sonja.  I just don't believe she can actually kick any butt.  Rhona Mitra was mentioned--I could believe SHE can kick some butt.  And I kinda like the Prepon idea as well, if she could do "tough".  Never seen her do it though. "

 
Look up her filmography on www.imdb.com to find out more of what she's really done. Red hair is nothing, it can be faked for the role, a la that other actress who played Red. 
 
Rose McGowan might be even shorter than Megan Fox, or whereabouts, so height obviously isn't a problem for you. 
 
But, Red Sonja would have to be tall if she's to bear any semblance to the comic version. Those actresses could fake it, being actresses in a movie, but if they want a genuinely tall and curvily endowed actress who can do athletic fight scenes and other physical acting then there's a few out there who could fill the bill. 
 
Mandy Moore, Uma Thurman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Tara Thompson come to mind, and several professional female wrestlers with acting experience and bravado demeanor and swagger. 
 
 
 
#6 Posted by The Sharp Dressed Lady (285 posts) - - Show Bio

The look this man introduced through his art became so familiar with his legion of fans and admirers. He will be remembered by his contributions and all the things that brought him forth. He will be missed, respected and revered. Rest in Peace.

#7 Edited by The Sharp Dressed Lady (285 posts) - - Show Bio

That's rotten to the core beyond words and suffering. Someone better be on this.
 
Recover soon, Gene.
 
 
 

#8 Edited by The Sharp Dressed Lady (285 posts) - - Show Bio

I love William Katt. He looks like he just came back from Colonel Sanders Beach Party Cook-Out. He was so good in Greatest American Hero and sooo many other things, and Carrie, too. 
 
I'll always remember Ultimatte. So much more refined than the Chroma-Key of the time. 
 
Also, all thoughts go to Robert Culp, who also starred in the original "Architects of Fear" and "I, Spy", along with the so many, many other things he did. 
 
As well, would it have been a bad idea to just swing the camera around and zoom in on Erin...
 
Another excellent and well-earned interview, G-man. 
 

 Rest in Peace ~    Robert Martin Culp  ( August 16, 1930 – March 24, 2010 )
#9 Posted by The Sharp Dressed Lady (285 posts) - - Show Bio

G-Man, your interviews from this years WonderCon have been nothing less than extraordinary. I can't get over how well they all turned out. 
 
I SO want to see this. 

#10 Edited by The Sharp Dressed Lady (285 posts) - - Show Bio

They're already intending this movie to be an AntiAmerican BOMB. 
 
A crime. 
  
When America does to them what must be finished, I wonder what side Disney will be on, or if they will even be operating out of America. 
 
It would be best that they don't make a mistake like this thing.