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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby verslibre » Wed Jul 25, 2018 7:31 am

There sure is a lot of footage getting leaked for this "nonexistent" #SnyderCut

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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby The_Noble_Cause » Thu Jul 26, 2018 12:30 am

verslibre wrote:Oh, I did. And you're full of it. This is the last thing you wrote, on April 25:


I said I was "pretty sure" that I posted my thoughts.
If it can't be found then maybe I didn't.
I know I posted my thoughts about Infinity War.
There's alot of comic book movies out these days.
Hard to keep up.

verslibre wrote:^And I remember when you wrote that, anyway. Nothing since. Wanna post your thoughts on the film?


I thought it was excellent.
The casino scene was very Bondian.
Some of the effects in the final train battle were a little dodgy.
I think it was critically overrated, but still a very satisfying and epic first movie.

verslibre wrote:I swear, you got nothing. James broke in with the first Saw. That became a cult hit overnight.


I said "household name." Saw made money but it didn't make Wan an A-lister. Many of his post-Saw movies bombed.

verslibre wrote:And how about The Conjuring and The Conjuring 2? Look at their budgets, then look at what they brought in. Then look at their ratings. They were hits. But thanks for ignoring hard data even I after I provided the link. :lol:


Did I deny that The Conjuring series were hits?
Wan is still not a household name on the level of Spielberg, Tarantino, or Scorsese.
I think you're severely out of touch with the real world.

verslibre wrote:You're hilarious. Your arguing really stinks, man. You pick his two oldest films, after Saw, the two which weren't hits, to prop up your bullshit. So why ignore everything from 2011-2016 minus Furious 7? Because that's the only billion dollar movie on his resume? Are you really like all the other self-deluded shills who think that ">1,000,000,000" is less than successful now? Your ass just wants to see DC fail, and you still fail to provide a concrete reason why beyond "Zak $$ux, dood!"


My only point is, sometimes good films don't make money. Sometimes they do. The idea that anything Wan-related guarantees a surefire hit is as mistaken as thinking that Snyder (or anyone) is infallible. As is often said about Hollywood, "nobody knows anything." And you clearly know less than that.

verslibre wrote:David Sandberg, Shazam! director, already laughed off silliness such as yours on Twitter. Somebody went "What if Shazam! bombs?" and he replied "Then I guess I'll go back to making horror movies." No attitude, no nothing. These guys are working their dream jobs, while cubicle farmers like you are mad-posting all day long to generate hatorade. :lol:


I'd much rather be a cubicle farmer than a DC manure sprayer. And again, this isn't about the respective careers of Wan, Snyder, or Shazam guy. It's about DC selling a bad product and running out of hail mary passes.
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby The_Noble_Cause » Thu Jul 26, 2018 1:39 am

verslibre wrote:See how James Gunn just got fired? THAT is what a termination looks like. Headlines spared no expense. It's even been on TV news.


Not every firing becomes public. This is just silly.
Like I said, you are just completely out of touch with the real world.
Get a real job, DC manure spreader.

verslibre wrote:Why is Zack's office still located on the WB lot? I mentioned that to you previously. You ignored it then, and I'm sure you will now.


At this point, Snyder's office has most likely been relocated to the WB boiler room.....like Milton in Office Space.
Any relationship he has with WB is due to production deals pre-existing his fuck-ups.
As a participation trophy, I know his first-look deal with WB was extended.

verslibre wrote:A) Why did James Wan and Zack Snyder have discussions re: Aquaman's thematic material? (Which I've posted.)


Post it again. I don't know what you're talking about. The discussions probably pre-dated Snyder getting sacked.

verslibre wrote:B) Why does Shazam! reference the events of MoS and BvS? I really doubt that was a requirement from the higher-ups.


The first trailer didn't explicitly show any of these connections.
Just a shot of the batarang and a newspaper.
If anything, DC seems embarrassed of its Snyder past.
Come to think of it, Aquaman trailer also downplayed any connections of the Snyder dumpster fire cinematic universe (SDFCU for short).

verslibre wrote:To which there are simple answers, but your selectiveness prevents you from getting the full picture. That's your problem.


Ah, so like a true blind cultist, only you walk in the path of the truth and enlightenment. Got it.
Did you remember to polish your black-and-white Nike athletic shoes in anticipation for Hale-Bopp's arrival?

verslibre wrote:O RLY? Why does Zack deserve PR spin while Lord & Miller and Gunn do not? That makes no sense.


Because WB/DC had alot riding on Snyder. They built their universe around his vision. To admit Snyder fucked up, would be to admit they fucked up.
Disney's handling of behind-the-scenes chaos (Trank, Trevorrow, Edwards etc.) is a totally different topic.

verslibre wrote:You really gotta stop dwelling on Journey. Your nostalgia is a crutch.


You realize this site is melodic rock dot com, right?
And most of us came here because of Journey, right?
Journey, with all of it's hirings, firings, egos, and deceit is a great metaphor for the SDFCU*

*Snyder dumpster fire cinematic universe

verslibre wrote:And then there's you, the jaded delusional egotist popping 5HR Energy all day long to keep up with me. :lol:


If I wanted to keep up with your level, I would engage in self-inflicted head trauma.

verslibre wrote:You can find him on Vero. One possible answer: he's not interested.


Yet Snyder is interested enough to engage in talk with Wan regarding Aquaman?
So which is it?
You don't know.
Keep on sucking dem nuts, fool.
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby verslibre » Thu Jul 26, 2018 2:44 am

The_Noble_Cause wrote:I said I was "pretty sure" that I posted my thoughts.

[…]

I thought it was excellent.
The casino scene was very Bondian.
Some of the effects in the final train battle were a little dodgy.
I think it was critically overrated, but still a very satisfying and epic first movie.


Well, there we go. "Excellent"? Wow. Not with that third act. The VFX in that train sequence were abysmal, not dodgy. Some of it got leaked before the movie came out and people were going "WTF is that? Is that unfinished?" Well, apparently not! :lol:

The casino scene sucked, too. But my biggest beef with that flick is how everyone, and I mean everyone, stole the show from C.B. in no small way. He was literally outshined by everyone from Letitia Wright to Danai Gurira to MBJ to Winston Duke. Maybe he was directed to be that wooden, but he should have had more personality. The movie's fight choreography outside those challenges wasn't too hot, either. By the end, you're convinced T'Challa was extremely lucky surviving another confrontation with E.K. But back to our regularly scheduled programming...

The_Noble_Cause wrote:I said "household name." Saw made money but it didn't make Wan an A-lister.


Nobody said that. But it made Wan a NAME right out of the gate. It had a good gimmick, good script, good acting, a good twist. It was genuinely suspenseful. It singlehandedly turned torture porn into a viable horror subgenre. Saw was made for a little over a million and it made 100 times that worldwide.

The_Noble_Cause wrote:Many of his post-Saw movies bombed.


There you go again back to the next two movies he made, the ones between Saw and Insidious. Since 2010, he's been cranking out one hit after another. A fact's a fact.

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verslibre wrote:And how about The Conjuring and The Conjuring 2? Look at their budgets, then look at what they brought in. Then look at their ratings. They were hits. But thanks for ignoring hard data even I after I provided the link. :lol:


Did I deny that The Conjuring series were hits?


"Many of his post-Saw movies bombed." Many doesn't mean "two." :lol:

The_Noble_Cause wrote:Wan is still not a household name on the level of Spielberg, Tarantino, or Scorsese.


Quote me where I said that. (And let's be real, QT is one overrated mofo; that fool is lucky as hell he's a household name.)

The_Noble_Cause wrote:I think you're severely out of touch with the real world.


I think you're moving goalposts faster than you can saw lumber. :lol: :lol:

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verslibre wrote:You're hilarious. Your arguing really stinks, man. You pick his two oldest films, after Saw, the two which weren't hits, to prop up your bullshit. So why ignore everything from 2011-2016 minus Furious 7? Because that's the only billion dollar movie on his resume? Are you really like all the other self-deluded shills who think that ">1,000,000,000" is less than successful now? Your ass just wants to see DC fail, and you still fail to provide a concrete reason why beyond "Zak $$ux, dood!"


My only point is, sometimes good films don't make money. Sometimes they do. The idea that anything Wan-related guarantees a surefire hit is as mistaken as thinking that Snyder (or anyone) is infallible. As is often said about Hollywood, "nobody knows anything." And you clearly know less than that.


My only point is you've convinced yourself that every movie by DC short of a Wonder Woman episode is destined to fail miserably. But that's what you're praying for. You're one of the crazed ones who want a wholesale reboot of the entire franchise.

The_Noble_Cause wrote:And again, this isn't about the respective careers of Wan, Snyder, or Shazam guy. It's about DC selling a bad product and running out of hail mary passes.


Case. In. Point. :lol:
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby The_Noble_Cause » Thu Jul 26, 2018 4:01 am

verslibre wrote:The casino scene sucked, too. But my biggest beef with that flick is how everyone, and I mean everyone, stole the show from C.B. in no small way. He was literally outshined by everyone from Letitia Wright to Danai Gurira to MBJ to Winston Duke. Maybe he was directed to be that wooden, but he should have had more personality. The movie's fight choreography outside those challenges wasn't too hot, either. By the end, you're convinced T'Challa was extremely lucky surviving another confrontation with E.K. But back to our regularly scheduled programming...


I viewed Panther as a stoic and stately hero.
There was no need to gesticulate manically and overact (see Eisenberg as Lex Luthor).

verslibre wrote:Nobody said that. But it made Wan a NAME right out of the gate. It had a good gimmick, good script, good acting, a good twist. It was genuinely suspenseful. It singlehandedly turned torture porn into a viable horror subgenre. Saw was made for a little over a million and it made 100 times that worldwide.


Since Snyder has committed career suicide you now want to go to battle and defend Wan.
I'm not attacking Wan.
Wan has always been a better filmmaker than Snyder.

verslibre wrote:There you go again back to the next two movies he made, the ones between Saw and Insidious. Since 2010, he's been cranking out one hit after another. A fact's a fact.


Again, I have no interest in arguing against Wan.

verslibre wrote:"Many of his post-Saw movies bombed." Many doesn't mean "two." :lol:


Not interested. Sorry.

verslibre wrote:Quote me where I said that. (And let's be real, QT is one overrated mofo; that fool is lucky as hell he's a household name.)


I said "One DC franchise fuck up and Wan is done." I meant in regards to DC films - not his entire career. But since you are swept up in cult of personality, you immediately made it all about Wan. Wan is your new Snyder. You don't defend opinions. You defend idols. You're an empty shell of a person.

verslibre wrote:I think you're moving goalposts faster than you can saw lumber. :lol: :lol:


I don't have any goal posts. I'm here to discuss movies. You are on a personal crusade because you are loser with no life.

verslibre wrote:My only point is you've convinced yourself that every movie by DC short of a Wonder Woman episode is destined to fail miserably. But that's what you're praying for. You're one of the crazed ones who want a wholesale reboot of the entire franchise.


On some very small level, I am engaging in cinematic rubber necking.
However, DC is actively distancing themselves from the flaming ten mile pile up created by Snyder.
The tone of Shazam and Aquaman is light, breezy and somewhat Marvelesque.
Within five years, DC execs will probably openly say that BvS was a piece of shit.
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby verslibre » Thu Jul 26, 2018 4:07 am

The_Noble_Cause wrote:Not every firing becomes public. This is just silly.


You went right into the bushes with that one. :lol:

This is the Digital Age. When the Second Unit Director gets axed, it's all but certain there's going to be mention of it somewhere, be it Deadline, THR, or your favorite outlet, Dork Horizons.

Again: Gunn. Fired. Reported. Lord & Miller. Fired. Reported. Snyder. Not fired, not reported that way — only speculation thereof. See the difference?

These guys are DIRECTORS. Your reasoning that "not every firing becomes public" when we're talking about directors is so silly, it makes me wonder if you hate-stapled your forehead with your red Swingline the first time you discovered Cracker Jack boxes no longer concealed toy prizes within.

The_Noble_Cause wrote:At this point, Snyder's office has most likely been relocated to the WB boiler room.....like Milton in Office Space.


Ha. Wow, what did Zack ever do to you? Did the cops tell you he showed up at your mom's, forcibly removed her dentures and made her suck him off to completion? I'd understand if you had something againt Bry*n S*ng*r, considering he's alleged to have played around with underage boys, but whatever. Your fantasies about Zack's career flatlining are something else.

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verslibre wrote:A) Why did James Wan and Zack Snyder have discussions re: Aquaman's thematic material? (Which I've posted.)


Post it again. I don't know what you're talking about. The discussions probably pre-dated Snyder getting sacked.


Use the search function. I did. You can, too.

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verslibre wrote:B) Why does Shazam! reference the events of MoS and BvS? I really doubt that was a requirement from the higher-ups.


The first trailer didn't explicitly show any of these connections.
Just a shot of the batarang and a newspaper.


Towel me off. That was a GREAT rebuttal. :lol: Since you didn't notice a neon sign proclaiming "SET IN THE DCEU" in the trailer, the connections to which you refer are entirely superfluous. :lol: :lol:

Btw, there's going to be a TIME cover in the movie, which also got posted in the other thread. Just go back a few pages. And then Billy and Freddy are going to TALK about some Superman and Batman stuff. I hope that's enough for you in a movie about a different character.

The_Noble_Cause wrote:Come to think of it, Aquaman trailer also downplayed any connections of the Snyder dumpster fire cinematic universe (SDFCU for short).


Yeah, except for the two leads, Jason Momoa and Amber Heard, who Zack cast and who both previously appeared in Justice League. :wink:

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verslibre wrote:O RLY? Why does Zack deserve PR spin while Lord & Miller and Gunn do not? That makes no sense.


Because WB/DC had alot riding on Snyder. They built their universe around his vision. To admit Snyder fucked up, would be to admit they fucked up.


There was nothing wrong with his vision till their greed overruled their previous directive. You're just siding with the suits.

The_Noble_Cause wrote:Disney's handling of behind-the-scenes chaos (Trank, Trevorrow, Edwards etc.) is a totally different topic.


Cool, more examples like the ones I previously mentioned:

Trank was Fox, not Disney. Fired; reported as fired.

Trevorrow got the boot because he had the balls to say he didn't like the script. Guess what? He was right. The Last Jedi's mostly crap. But again: fired, and reported as fired. Hard confirm.

The_Noble_Cause wrote:*Snyder dumpster fire cinematic universe


Why do you hate him so much? Did he shove the business end of a hose up your garden gnome's ass and turn it on full-blast? :lol:

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verslibre wrote:And then there's you, the jaded delusional egotist popping 5HR Energy all day long to keep up with me. :lol:


If I wanted to keep up with your level, I would engage in self-inflicted head trauma.


Whatever gets your blood flowing. Might be less harmful if you just roll up that issue of AARP and whack your sagging sack with it. :lol:

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verslibre wrote:You can find him on Vero. One possible answer: he's not interested.


Yet Snyder is interested enough to engage in talk with Wan regarding Aquaman?


Why wouldn't he be, genius? JW: "Zack, can we knock out some Aquaman stuff?" ZS: "You know it."

Why the fuck would Zack not? Man, you're just weird.
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby verslibre » Thu Jul 26, 2018 4:28 am

The_Noble_Cause wrote:I viewed Panther as a stoic and stately hero.
There was no need to gesticulate manically and overact (see Eisenberg as Lex Luthor).


Luthor's not stoic. He's a verbose bastard, the archetypal villain you're born to love to hate.

T'Challa didn't need to be that wooden. But you don't mind Downey playing Stark as a goofball, when he was anything but in the comics prior to 2008. :roll:

The_Noble_Cause wrote:Since Snyder has committed career suicide you now want to go to battle and defend Wan.


There is no battle. What there is is your rockslide of conjectural diarrhea. Wan's career speaks for itself. You're just not on the ball with respect to his accomplishments.

The_Noble_Cause wrote:I don't have any goal posts. I'm here to discuss movies. You are on a personal crusade because you are loser with no life.


:lol: Your life = looking forward to my next reply.

The_Noble_Cause wrote:The tone of Shazam and Aquaman is light, breezy and somewhat Marvelesque.


Shazam! is a kid-centric power fantasy. But it's not going to be like that for the whole movie. The villain (Sivana) was deliberately left out of the trailer except for one shot. Sandberg didn't want to give anything away.

Aquaman is "light" and "breezy"? Sure you're not talking about the two Ant-Man movies?

The_Noble_Cause wrote:Within five years, DC execs will probably openly say that BvS was a piece of shit.


Or they'll say it was ahead of its time, like Watchmen.

https://batman-news.com/2018/04/06/jeffrey-dean-morgan-thinks-watchmen-was-ahead-of-its-time-video/
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby YoungJRNYfan » Thu Jul 26, 2018 12:53 pm

Robert De Niro in Talks to Join Joaquin Phoenix in Joker Movie (Exclusive)
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Frances Conroy in talks to play The Joker’s mom in ‘Joker’
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby YoungJRNYfan » Thu Jul 26, 2018 12:55 pm

Zachary Levi Wants Shazam to Fight Superman and Black Adam
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Postby YoungJRNYfan » Thu Jul 26, 2018 11:40 pm

Shazam! shows how DC films can readjust without having to reboot
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby The_Noble_Cause » Fri Jul 27, 2018 3:56 am

verslibre wrote:You went right into the bushes with that one. :lol:

This is the Digital Age. When the Second Unit Director gets axed, it's all but certain there's going to be mention of it somewhere, be it Deadline, THR, or your favorite outlet, Dork Horizons.


Snyder's firing was reported by Collider and others. You just repeat DC press release spin and assume its factual reporting.

verslibre wrote:Again: Gunn. Fired. Reported. Lord & Miller. Fired. Reported. Snyder. Not fired, not reported that way — only speculation thereof. See the difference?


Disney's spate of Star Wars -related firings have been public. But that is not the industry norm at all. Was Josh Trank's firing from Fantastic Four made public by Fox? The answer is no. How about when Richard Stanley got fired from Dr. Moreau? How about Spielberg directing Poltergeist when Hooper was credited? All of this stuff trickled out after the fact. And that is exactly the case with Snyder.

verslibre wrote:These guys are DIRECTORS. Your reasoning that "not every firing becomes public" when we're talking about directors is so silly, it makes me wonder if you hate-stapled your forehead with your red Swingline the first time you discovered Cracker Jack boxes no longer concealed toy prizes within.


Behind-the-scenes turbulence is not made immediately public by the studios. If that was the case, Hollywood's army of spin doctors would be unemployed.

verslibre wrote:Ha. Wow, what did Zack ever do to you? Did the cops tell you he showed up at your mom's, forcibly removed her dentures and made her suck him off to completion? I'd understand if you had something againt Bry*n S*ng*r, considering he's alleged to have played around with underage boys, but whatever. Your fantasies about Zack's career flatlining are something else.


The only person drinking Snyder’s nut custard straight from the tap is you.

verslibre wrote:Use the search function. I did. You can, too.


Don't care enough. I'm just a movie fan. None of this means anything to me.

verslibre wrote:Towel me off. That was a GREAT rebuttal. :lol: Since you didn't notice a neon sign proclaiming "SET IN THE DCEU" in the trailer, the connections to which you refer are entirely superfluous. :lol: :lol:


If DC/WB were proud of the preceding Snyder films, they would be mentioned in the trailer.
We would see big bold text stating something along the lines of "From the same studio that brought you Batman vs Superman and Justice League."
Not a two second shot of a batarang.

verslibre wrote:Btw, there's going to be a TIME cover in the movie, which also got posted in the other thread. Just go back a few pages. And then Billy and Freddy are going to TALK about some Superman and Batman stuff. I hope that's enough for you in a movie about a different character.


A batarang and a time cover.......so essentially background props. By that standard, Evil Dead 2 is an Elm Street film. I mean, hey, Freddy’s glove is seen in the cellar.

verslibre wrote:Yeah, except for the two leads, Jason Momoa and Amber Heard, who Zack cast and who both previously appeared in Justice League. :wink:


If the studio could digitally erase them (like Kevin Spacey in "All the Money in the World") I'm sure they would.

verslibre wrote:There was nothing wrong with his vision till their greed overruled their previous directive. You're just siding with the suits.


Yes I am. While I respect Snyder's visual aesthetic, I think MOS and BvS have alot of problems. Justice League, while a campy Schumacher-esque clusterfuck, was infintely more entertaining.

verslibre wrote:Trank was Fox, not Disney. Fired; reported as fired.

Trevorrow got the boot because he had the balls to say he didn't like the script. Guess what? He was right. The Last Jedi's mostly crap. But again: fired, and reported as fired. Hard confirm.


I already said "Disney's handling of behind-the-scenes chaos (Trank, Trevorrow, Edwards etc.) is a totally different topic."
Disney has been strangely public. But that is not the norm at all.
See Richard Donner fired from Superman 2 or the other examples mentioned above.

verslibre wrote:Why do you hate him so much? Did he shove the business end of a hose up your garden gnome's ass and turn it on full-blast? :lol:


Ok. Great. Are we done? This is boring.

verslibre wrote:Whatever gets your blood flowing. Might be less harmful if you just roll up that issue of AARP and whack your sagging sack with it. :lol:


Zzzzzzzzzzz

verslibre wrote:Why wouldn't he be, genius? JW: "Zack, can we knock out some Aquaman stuff?" ZS: "You know it."

Why the fuck would Zack not? Man, you're just weird.


Not how a major Hollywood production works AT ALL. Maybe someday you'll grow up.
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby The_Noble_Cause » Fri Jul 27, 2018 4:11 am

verslibre wrote:Luthor's not stoic. He's a verbose bastard, the archetypal villain you're born to love to hate.


Eisenberg turned in a truly awful performance. Sorry.

verslibre wrote:T'Challa didn't need to be that wooden. But you don't mind Downey playing Stark as a goofball, when he was anything but in the comics prior to 2008. :roll:


I think Downey has become too reliant on ad-libbed one liners in some of the films. But it's really no comparison to Eisenberg. He was painful to watch.

verslibre wrote:There is no battle. What there is is your rockslide of conjectural diarrhea. Wan's career speaks for itself. You're just not on the ball with respect to his accomplishments.


I don't care about Wan or Snyder's accomplishments.
You're assuming that Wan's involvement guarantees that Aquaman will be a huge hit.
I'm not convinced that audiences have an appetite for the character. It will come down to marketing.

verslibre wrote: :lol: Your life = looking forward to my next reply.


I'm giving you the courtesy of a response because you are addressing me. That is all.

verslibre wrote:Aquaman is "light" and "breezy"? Sure you're not talking about the two Ant-Man movies?


I'm talking about the tone of the Aquaman and Shazam trailers. That was the topic being discussed.

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The_Noble_Cause wrote:Within five years, DC execs will probably openly say that BvS was a piece of shit.


verslibre wrote:Or they'll say it was ahead of its time, like Watchmen.

https://batman-news.com/2018/04/06/jeffrey-dean-morgan-thinks-watchmen-was-ahead-of-its-time-video/


Morgan was an actor in the Watchmen movie - not a DC exec. Also, Watchmen was boring.
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby YoungJRNYfan » Sat Jul 28, 2018 10:31 am

Geoff Johns Talks Superman & Offers Update On ‘Man Of Steel 2’
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby RedWingFan » Sat Jul 28, 2018 11:03 am

YoungJRNYfan wrote:Geoff Johns Talks Superman & Offers Update On ‘Man Of Steel 2’
https://heroichollywood.com/geoff-johns ... -of-steel/

Video:
https://youtu.be/qWzqDzyOhcg

"Everyone at WB loves Superman and wants to see a direct sequel..."

Apparently not because it's been 5 years of nothing, and there's still "no movement on the project"

I think Perry releases his solo CD before MOS2 gets released.
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby verslibre » Sat Jul 28, 2018 11:24 am

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verslibre wrote:You went right into the bushes with that one. :lol:

This is the Digital Age. When the Second Unit Director gets axed, it's all but certain there's going to be mention of it somewhere, be it Deadline, THR, or your favorite outlet, Dork Horizons.


Snyder's firing was reported by Collider and others. You just repeat DC press release spin and assume its factual reporting.


Wasn't it, like, very recently when I mentioned what the blogzines'/rags' headlines read like? "Was Snyder Fired?" Phrased as a question. Or prefaced with "[Rumor:]"...yeah, I did mention that. This week. NO hard confirm. NO blast from WB. Believe me, they wouldn't give two shits about what they looked like. They released the "finished" movie, that being JL, as is. They wanted their year-end bonuses. They didn't want to delay the film to work on it. Get it together because I'm done repeating myself. :lol:

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verslibre wrote:Again: Gunn. Fired. Reported. Lord & Miller. Fired. Reported. Snyder. Not fired, not reported that way — only speculation thereof. See the difference?


Disney's spate of Star Wars -related firings have been public. But that is not the industry norm at all. Was Josh Trank's firing from Fantastic Four made public by Fox? The answer is no.


Yeah...it was. You missed it. It was the Topic of the Week on every comics-related forum. [Dark Phoenix director] Simon Kinberg even stepped in to help finish Fant4stic because Trank turned out to be something of an odd fellow. Basically, they let him dismiss himself.

According to sources, Trank was sometimes indecisive and uncommunicative. Producers Simon Kinberg and Hutch Parker had to step in to help pull the film together, though sources stress that Trank was still on set and directing the film. (Were that not the case, the production could have run afoul of the Directors Guild of America.)

Just over three months from opening, Fox’s Fantastic Four has done re-shoots. Those were complicated because stars Miles Teller, Kate Mara and Michael B. Jordan had obligations on other films. The most recent round, which involved three days of re-shoots at the end of April, had to take place on weekends because of Teller’s work on Todd Phillip’s Arms and the Dude. Parker and Kinberg are said to have been heavily involved in those re-shoots, pulling them away from duties in Canada on X-Men: Apocalypse, which they also are producing.


https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/josh-trank-fired-from-star-wars-fantastic-four-117930916957.html

The "official" spiel was that Trank fulfilled his directorial obligation so they wouldn't catch heat from the DGA. It's hard to get a director's name on a film changed once it's set in stone. That's why Zack's name remained in the director's byline though Joss Whedon remade at least half of it.

The_Noble_Cause wrote:How about when Richard Stanley got fired from Dr. Moreau? How about Spielberg directing Poltergeist when Hooper was credited? All of this stuff trickled out after the fact. And that is exactly the case with Snyder.


Pre-Blog Age, dude.

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verslibre wrote:These guys are DIRECTORS. Your reasoning that "not every firing becomes public" when we're talking about directors is so silly, it makes me wonder if you hate-stapled your forehead with your red Swingline the first time you discovered Cracker Jack boxes no longer concealed toy prizes within.


Behind-the-scenes turbulence is not made immediately public by the studios. If that was the case, Hollywood's army of spin doctors would be unemployed.


A generalization. Some of the scoopers no doubt have ironclad sources deep within. Some "predictions" are just scoops without being promoted as such.

The_Noble_Cause wrote:The only person drinking Snyder’s nut custard straight from the tap is you.


Your boy Al wrote that, huh? I heard that guy constantly waxed pornographic. :lol:

The_Noble_Cause wrote:
verslibre wrote:Use the search function. I did. You can, too.


Don't care enough. I'm just a movie fan. None of this means anything to me.


Yet you continue to reply. :lol:

The_Noble_Cause wrote:
verslibre wrote:Towel me off. That was a GREAT rebuttal. :lol: Since you didn't notice a neon sign proclaiming "SET IN THE DCEU" in the trailer, the connections to which you refer are entirely superfluous. :lol: :lol:


If DC/WB were proud of the preceding Snyder films, they would be mentioned in the trailer.
We would see big bold text stating something along the lines of "From the same studio that brought you Batman vs Superman and Justice League."
Not a two second shot of a batarang.


Yeah, there should be fanfare, maybe ELP's rendition of "...Common Man." The DC logo and animated opening isn't enough. We need ginormous type obscuring a split-screen image of Gotham and Metropolis proclaiming "WE"RE FUCKING DC, ASSHOLES!" Followed by the iconic sequence where Batman mows down the goons in BvS. :lol:

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verslibre wrote:Btw, there's going to be a TIME cover in the movie, which also got posted in the other thread. Just go back a few pages. And then Billy and Freddy are going to TALK about some Superman and Batman stuff. I hope that's enough for you in a movie about a different character.


A batarang and a time cover.......so essentially background props. By that standard, Evil Dead 2 is an Elm Street film. I mean, hey, Freddy’s glove is seen in the cellar.


What do you need? A Batman cameo? Hey, they did do that: in Suicide Squad. The Flash had a cameo, too (that scene was directed by Zack). :lol:

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verslibre wrote:Yeah, except for the two leads, Jason Momoa and Amber Heard, who Zack cast and who both previously appeared in Justice League. :wink:


If the studio could digitally erase them (like Kevin Spacey in "All the Money in the World") I'm sure they would.


That's just you talking out of your ass.

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verslibre wrote:There was nothing wrong with his vision till their greed overruled their previous directive. You're just siding with the suits.


Yes I am. While I respect Snyder's visual aesthetic, I think MOS and BvS have alot of problems. Justice League, while a campy Schumacher-esque clusterfuck, was infintely more entertaining.


"Infinitely more entertaining." Definitely talking out of your ass. :lol:

The_Noble_Cause wrote:Ok. Great. Are we done? This is boring.


It's done when you're done, dude. Are you done? :lol:

The_Noble_Cause wrote:Not how a major Hollywood production works AT ALL. Maybe someday you'll grow up.


Again, what's your beef with Snyder? Wan and Snyder did hash out Aquaman stuff. It's on record. Why does it piss you off? :lol:
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby verslibre » Sat Jul 28, 2018 11:28 am

The_Noble_Cause wrote:Also, Watchmen was boring.


For narcoleptics, maybe.
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby verslibre » Sat Jul 28, 2018 11:29 am

RedWingFan wrote:Apparently not because it's been 5 years of nothing, and there's still "no movement on the project"

I think Perry releases his solo CD before MOS2 gets released.


Spoken like a nimrod troll who somehow evaded all the banter this last week about Henry's new contract.
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby YoungJRNYfan » Sat Jul 28, 2018 11:53 am

RedWingFan wrote:
YoungJRNYfan wrote:Geoff Johns Talks Superman & Offers Update On ‘Man Of Steel 2’
https://heroichollywood.com/geoff-johns ... -of-steel/

Video:
https://youtu.be/qWzqDzyOhcg

"Everyone at WB loves Superman and wants to see a direct sequel..."

Apparently not because it's been 5 years of nothing, and there's still "no movement on the project"

I think Perry releases his solo CD before MOS2 gets released.


The hell you talking about? Superman was involved in 3 of the studio's 5 films from 2013-2017. If WB would have stayed Snyder's course, there wouldn't have been another Superman solo because Snyder and Terrio had a saga played out that would have lasted for 10 years. It would have been : Man of Steel, Batman v Superman, Justice League, Justice League 2 and Injustice.

Again, with the shuffle that's going on at WB and their new approach to these films only strengthens the notion of the titular hero's backboning off their solo universe's. A Superman standalone is going to happen.
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby The_Noble_Cause » Sat Jul 28, 2018 1:51 pm

verslibre wrote:Wasn't it, like, very recently when I mentioned what the blogzines'/rags' headlines read like? "Was Snyder Fired?"


No clue. You don't have any credibility on anything DCEU-related so I really don't pay much attention to what you say on here.
The articles I read have no such question marks.

Ex. "Report: Zack Snyder was fired from Justice League (update)"

http://collider.com/zack-snyder-fired-f ... ce-league/


verslibre wrote:They released the "finished" movie, that being JL, as is. They wanted their year-end bonuses. They didn't want to delay the film to work on it. Get it together because I'm done repeating myself. :lol:


WB suits wanting their bonuses has fuck-all to do with Snyder getting shit canned.

verslibre wrote:Yeah...it was. You missed it. It was the Topic of the Week on every comics-related forum.


If Trank's firing from Fantastic Four was made public by Fox then post the press release. Where's the hard confirm?



This link quotes anonymous sources not the studio. Besides, I thought you hated anonymous sources- or do you only hate them when they report on Snyder being a failure?

You keep saying that high profile firings are confirmed by the studios.
Once again, if Trank's firing from Fantastic Four was made public by Fox then post the press release.

verslibre wrote:Pre-Blog Age, dude.


But you're saying that its the studios themselves that announce the firings. How would nerds with a dial up connection change that?

verslibre wrote:A generalization. Some of the scoopers no doubt have ironclad sources deep within. Some "predictions" are just scoops without being promoted as such.


No, an example of a generalization would be thinking that all Hollywood firings are publicized.

verslibre wrote:Yet you continue to reply. :lol:


Because I am being directly addressed. If you do not want a reply, do not quote me.

verslibre wrote:Yeah, there should be fanfare, maybe ELP's rendition of "...Common Man." The DC logo and animated opening isn't enough.


DC entertainment just announced they are using a new logo. So it's clearly not enough for them.

verslibre wrote:We need ginormous type obscuring a split-screen image of Gotham and Metropolis proclaiming "WE"RE FUCKING DC, ASSHOLES!" Followed by the iconic sequence where Batman mows down the goons in BvS. :lol:


You can engage in unfunny hyperbole all you want. It's factual to say that DC wants a clean break from the legacy of recent misfires.

verslibre wrote:That's just you talking out of your ass.


Not really. I don't think audiences warmed to Momoa's biker portal of Aquaman at all. Knowing what they know now, I don't think WB would have greenlighted the movie.

verslibre wrote:"Infinitely more entertaining." Definitely talking out of your ass. :lol:


I have no reason to lie about my feelings regarding movies. Justice League was a big retarded neon Saturday morning cartoon.

verslibre wrote:It's done when you're done, dude. Are you done? :lol:


No, it's done when you stop directly quoting and addressing me.
You just want me to go so you and YoungJrny can resume your micropeen frotfest.
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby verslibre » Sun Jul 29, 2018 3:41 am

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verslibre wrote:Wasn't it, like, very recently when I mentioned what the blogzines'/rags' headlines read like? "Was Snyder Fired?"


No clue. You don't have any credibility on anything DCEU-related so I really don't pay much attention to what you say on here.
The articles I read have no such question marks.

Ex. "Report: Zack Snyder was fired from Justice League (update)"

http://collider.com/zack-snyder-fired-f ... ce-league/


Yet again you prove you don't when to say when. What was one of the keywords I threw at you? "Reportedly." Which word is in the headline of that Collider article? Take one guess. :lol:

We've all seen that one already. Some guy "who's leaving the industry" decides to say stuff, citing the excuse he's in "DGAF mode." If that's really the case, why even bother? "Here's a hot one for ya." Sounds like a guy who wants attention. Still no hard confirm, sorry.

And as far as credibility goes, remember yours falls under the header "rockslide of conjectural diarrhea."

I'll bypass your usual trail of droppings and forward to another example:

The_Noble_Cause wrote:Not really. I don't think audiences warmed to Momoa's biker portal of Aquaman at all. Knowing what they know now, I don't think WB would have greenlighted the movie.


That's you being presumptuous. You have no idea what's going on over there. Wan was offered this character or another, and he chose Aquaman because he's never been adapted for the screen before. He wanted as much room on the proverbial canvas as possible, free of pretense.

WB never had to greenlight a movie about Aquaman in the first place. They could play it safe and do movies about Batman, Nightwing, the Red Hood, Joker, Birds of Prey, Batgirl/Batwoman, and other characters/stories of that milieu. Maybe a World's Finest-themed film after that. And still make Wonder Woman and Superman movies, too.

WB could have pulled the plug on Aquaman while it was still in preproduction. They did not. Obviously they have confidence in Aquaman and Shazam! to be successful. They're not going to be billion dollar movies, anyway. They don't have to be.

The_Noble_Cause wrote:You just want me to go so you and YoungJrny can resume your micropeen frotfest.


Nobody is asking you to leave. But that's some interesting terminology there. Why don't you, uh, go ahead and tell everyone what "frot" means, since you're the Dockmaster General. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby verslibre » Sun Jul 29, 2018 3:41 am

Abitaman wrote:Am I in the Styx forum?


It's the RIVER Styx forum, baby! :lol:

What do you think of the new trailers?
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby The_Noble_Cause » Sun Jul 29, 2018 7:01 am

verslibre wrote:Yet again you prove you don't when to say when. What was one of the keywords I threw at you? "Reportedly." Which word is in the headline of that Collider article?


The headline I quoted as an example stated: "Report: Zack Snyder was fired from Justice League (update)"

Where is the word "reportedly" in there?
It wasn't. And that wasn't from Collider.

I included the Collider link to show that the Snyder firing was reported by several sources.

verslibre wrote:We've all seen that one already. Some guy "who's leaving the industry" decides to say stuff, citing the excuse he's in "DGAF mode." If that's really the case, why even bother? "Here's a hot one for ya." Sounds like a guy who wants attention. Still no hard confirm, sorry.


Still waiting for you to post a "hard confirm" of Trank being sacked by Fox.
What's the hold up?
I thought all high profile director terminations are publicized.
Well, are they or aren't they?

verslibre wrote:And as far as credibility goes, remember yours falls under the header "rockslide of conjectural diarrhea."


Several years ago I said there would be no MOS 2. And here we are....
What predictions have you been right about?

verslibre wrote:That's you being presumptuous. You have no idea what's going on over there. Wan was offered this character or another, and he chose Aquaman because he's never been adapted for the screen before. He wanted as much room on the proverbial canvas as possible, free of pretense.


No, that's me living in the real world. Harley Quinn may have been a breakout character with franchise potential in Suicide. Justice League had no similar personalities.

verslibre wrote:WB never had to greenlight a movie about Aquaman in the first place. They could play it safe and do movies about Batman, Nightwing, the Red Hood, Joker, Birds of Prey, Batgirl/Batwoman, and other characters/stories of that milieu. Maybe a World's Finest-themed film after that. And still make Wonder Woman and Superman movies, too.


Just because you let WB speak (and think) for you, doesn't mean you speak for WB.

verslibre wrote:Nobody is asking you to leave. But that's some interesting terminology there. Why don't you, uh, go ahead and tell everyone what "frot" means, since you're the Dockmaster General. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


I copied and pasted it from your Linkedin camboy resume.
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby verslibre » Sun Jul 29, 2018 7:34 am

^Summary of the above post:

I. Can't provide link to article sans headline with keyword(s) reportedly or [rumor];

II. Asked for "hard confirm" when it was already stated Kinberg/Hutch finished the movie for Trank and the studio left on the latter's credit — also resulted in his preemptive dismissal from subsequent direction of a Star Wars film;

III. General diss of DC IPs, as usual;

IV. Dodges explanation of "frotting" because it will reveal workday activities on Spankwire and other sites. :lol:

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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby verslibre » Sun Jul 29, 2018 8:21 am

Deleted Justice League footage continues to, ah, surface. Here's Steppenwolf cutting down Atlanteans like seaweed.

https://www.instagram.com/p/Blwf-eQlafl/?hl=pl&tagged=steppenwolf
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby YoungJRNYfan » Sun Jul 29, 2018 10:41 am

Regarding Cavill's contract as Superman with WB:

"If WB doesn't give him creative control, a producer credential and back end, he has other options and may walk. Henry has a story for the next Superman movie and wants Christopher McQuarrie to direct."
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby The_Noble_Cause » Sun Jul 29, 2018 10:33 pm

verslibre wrote:^Summary of the above post:

I. Can't provide link to article sans headline with keyword(s) reportedly or [rumor];


Sure I can. It's right below.

https://www.polygon.com/2018/2/13/17007 ... ague-fired

At this point tho, you really sound like somebody asking for proof that the sky is blue, water is wet...etc
Everyone knows Snyder got fired. Why should I entertain your requests for self-evident truths?

verslibre wrote:II. Asked for "hard confirm" when it was already stated Kinberg/Hutch finished the movie for Trank and the studio left on the latter's credit — also resulted in his preemptive dismissal from subsequent direction of a Star Wars film;


I mentioned Trank's dismissal because, like Snyder, the studio tried to hide it. That's how it usually goes.
Despite what you say, most studios do NOT flaunt behind-the-scenes chaos. The Trank drama came out after the fact - much like Snyder with JL.

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IV. Dodges explanation of "frotting" because it will reveal workday activities on Spankwire and other sites. :lol:


I also used the word "micropeen."
Funny, you don't need a definition for that.
Maybe because it struck too close to home.

Anyway, I don't owe you an explanation on anything - dick jokes or otherwise.
You are a basement dweller LOSER Snyder sycophant that takes studio press releases as the gospel truth.
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby The_Noble_Cause » Sun Jul 29, 2018 10:36 pm

YoungJRNYfan wrote:Regarding Cavill's contract as Superman with WB:

"If WB doesn't give him creative control, a producer credential and back end, he has other options and may walk. Henry has a story for the next Superman movie and wants Christopher McQuarrie to direct."


Cavill is in no position to make such demands. He can't open a movie on his own.
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Re: 'Worlds of DC' THREAD

Postby YoungJRNYfan » Mon Jul 30, 2018 12:05 am

Both sides have leverage at this point. Henry's profile is gaining steam and Bond could be in his future, but it wouldn't be wise for Henry to walk away from a huge IP that is currently in the making. Bond isn't a gurantee gig. The leverage is that WB can't fuck up Superman again and they need a hot director to take the reigns. They need a sure-fire combination and with the relationship McQ would have with his leading man, that's more than half of the battle for the next Superman outing to excel. McQuarrie is the Joker card in where this will go.
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