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#1 Posted by The_Tree (7519 posts) - - Show Bio
#2 Posted by The_Tree (7519 posts) - - Show Bio

Episode VII.

  1. It's Star Wars.
  2. Directed by JJ Abrams.
  3. In a return to form.
  4. With the old cast.
  5. And a new, awesome cast.

I don't really care about Avengers: Age of Ultron. I'll see it, but I'm not the biggest fan of the first Avengers movie or Joss Whedon.

I feel like their grosses will be neck and neck. But I'll give it to Star Wars since it's been away for awhile and people are both curious and excited.

#3 Posted by The_Tree (7519 posts) - - Show Bio

In my book, the only ones confirmed are BvS, Justice League, Shazam. Everything else is either rumors, something DC might want to do, or projects that have kinda gone in limbo like Del Toro's JLD.

Agreed.

I wouldn't hold my breath on Suicide Squad or JLD. The SS announcement came off as "Yeah, it'd be nice if we could get that going"; Del Toro always attaches himself to what feels like a million projects and then ends up doing about two of them; Sandman feels the most concrete, but it'll be awhile before anything materializes; and for Aquaman, it's just a script-- I'm sure WB has a bunch of scripts for DC characters that are just sitting around.

#4 Edited by The_Tree (7519 posts) - - Show Bio

Because with the internet, some people think their asinine opinions on every single thing need to be heard, when in all actuality, they should probably just keep going about their day.

Pick your battles wisely, instead of picking every battle that comes along.

#5 Posted by The_Tree (7519 posts) - - Show Bio
  1. Batwoman
  2. Stephanie Brown
  3. Elasti-Woman
#6 Edited by The_Tree (7519 posts) - - Show Bio

I hope they stay in the 80's for awhile. I think the period settings for these movies make them special.

And I definitely want to see them launch the real "First Class" with young versions of Cyke, Iceman, Angel, and Jean done well.

#7 Posted by The_Tree (7519 posts) - - Show Bio

Bane.

#8 Posted by The_Tree (7519 posts) - - Show Bio

It's Batman and Superman, opening at a time where it has little to no competition.

It'll do well even if it doesn't turn out to be a good movie, and it'll do even better if it's great.

#9 Posted by The_Tree (7519 posts) - - Show Bio

U.S.

Breaking Bad, Mad Men, Game of Thrones, and much more.

#10 Posted by The_Tree (7519 posts) - - Show Bio

Golden Age. Boring, near unreadable comic strips.