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MovieMan89 last won the day on May 14 2012

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  1. Rey's lightsaber is really really wonky looking. I hope it's just a bad case of unfinished effects, because if what we saw in the trailer ends up in the movie it's going to be laughable.
  2. Lol, not even close. A floor is a worst case scenario. If this were to get TLJ reception coming off of TLJ and Solo, it would be lucky to scrape by 500. Not that I think TLJ reception would happen, but you can't rule out bad reception.
  3. Some exciting shots, but all the nostalgia stuff at the beginning can't help me realize how little I've come to care about these ST characters following TLJ. Dark side Rey is super bait and switchy, but is an extremely desperate feeling move if it is legit. My guess is it's some kind of vision of what would happen if the dark side prevailed. This film has a LOT of work to do though, don't envy JJ.
  4. I don't know, just from that art alone I feel like this might just be Inside Out with a slightly different lens. I'm personally more excited for Onward and Raya and the Last Dragon.
  5. Beginning to think even streaming is a bad idea. Just burn it to the ground and be done with it. At least then it will actually have a fan delusional legacy ala The Snyder Cut, opposed to what it would be in reality.
  6. H&S having much better legs than I expected, but then again there's been no real competition. Will end up grossing about as much as an F9 with an organic drop off from F8 though.
  7. I don’t know if every single sub-franchise will necessarily be a trilogy. Just because it has before doesn’t mean that will for sure continue with all of them. AM3 would kind of surprise me at this point for example. They can’t lose sight on making sure they’re consistently introducing new characters and sub-franchises, that’s how they will keep the future of the MCU going strong. They’d be smarter to start making team ups that act as sequels to two of the subs. Like maybe DS3 and SC2 can be the same movie for example.
  8. Yeah this looks like it could actually be a ton of fun just based off the vibes of that pic. I’m down to see Stone in full scenery chewing mode, hope the script is super campy.
  9. That's an option too, but it requires so much ambition that I have no idea how Sony wouldn't fuck it up based on their track record with big scope. I don't know who they'd get for it, Raimi certainly isn't the right choice for something like that.
  10. The ship has sailed on that exact iteration that was planned, but I definitely think an interesting story could be told with a 15-20 years later lens.
  11. Of course if a Raimi SM4 did happen, I'm sure it would take a lot of negotiation and assurance from Sony that Raimi could see his vision through this time. He'd be stupid to just go in on good faith of that not happening again.
  12. Long story short: Raimi had a clear and focused much simpler vision for SM3 and Sony said "lol no, we need to throw EVERYTHING at the wall."
  13. Because of Sony interference. Let Raimi really have creative control again and give us an "old(er) man Peter" take on the character. Nostalgia could be through the roof. Hell, they could even outright copy the Peter Parker mentor premise of ITSV, which would be how they would set up the future of the franchise.
  14. If things do stay the way there are, I can't be the only one dreaming that a Raimi Spider-Man 4 actually happens right? I mean it won't, but honestly that would probably be the only chance Sony would have to steal back a ton of hype by ending the current iteration. Then of course the issue becomes the future of the character, since SM4 would need to be more of a one off look at a character years later than the future of the franchise.
  15. This is actually a great point come to think about it. That slate really does emphasis how little Spider-man is needed in MCU's phase 4 plans anyways. I almost have to wonder now when looking at that slate if Feige, being the real life superhuman he is, was already on top of this whole Sony fallout thing months ago and planned this phase 4 "just in case" accordingly.
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