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16-08-2016, 17:21   #16
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Doomed! The Untold Story of Roger Corman's "The Fantastic Four" is coming out later this year.
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Doomed! The Untold Story of Roger Corman's "The Fantastic Four" is coming out later this year.
Excellent news!
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Doomed! The Untold Story of Roger Corman's "The Fantastic Four" is coming out later this year.
Was that the one they made just to keep hold of the rights or something?
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Was that the one they made just to keep hold of the rights or something?
Yup. You'd feel terrible for the cast...
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Yup. You'd feel terrible for the cast...
The rumour is that they didn't even know, they were pouring their hearts into this thing no one would ever see...
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17-08-2016, 09:25   #21
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Well whatever the relative quality of the various shared universe films, there's little question that we've come a long, long way since.

Except for the Fantastic Four mind you, their films have maintained a nice baseline of terribleness since Corman's 'version'
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The rumour is that they didn't even know, they were pouring their hearts into this thing no one would ever see...
Id well believe it! Makes it all the more tragic/compelling!
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Bill Nunn (Robbie Robertson) in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy has passed away at 62.
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Sad news; I liked Nunn.
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For those who can get Hulu all 10 seasons of Smallville will be added on Saturday it is the first time it will be available on any streaming platform.
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For those who can get Hulu all 10 seasons of Smallville will be added on Saturday it is the first time it will be available on any streaming platform.
Smallville gets such a bad rap. I have the whole thing on DVD and I love it. Particularly the last three seasons when we got amazing stuff like Blue Beetle, Justice Society etc. Loads of fun!
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Steve Dillon, 'Preacher' Co-Creator, Dies At 54. RIP

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Steve Dillon, 'Preacher' Co-Creator, Dies At 54. RIP

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Awful news. He did some amazing stuff over the years but seemed to be really getting back into it with his latest Punisher series. Preacher was the first book I read the entire run of, about 15 years ago, and it totally shaped the way I viewed comics. Sad day.
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I have enjoyed his films so I will be looking forward to see what he can do with this.

Gavin O’Connor set to direct a reboot of The Green Hornet.

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EXCLUSIVE: Paramount Pictures and Chernin Entertainment have acquired rights to The Green Hornet. Gavin O’Connor is set to direct a film that will overhaul the image of Britt Reid into an edgy protagonist capable of being the catalyst for a new franchise. O’Connor, who just directed the Ben Affleck-starrer The Accountant, will work closely with Sean O’Keefe, who’ll write the script. O’Connor will produce with Chernin Entertainment.

The preconception of Green Hornet is a campy ’60s TV series (that starred Van Williams as Britt Reid, and launched Bruce Lee as Kato), and a movie action comedy that starred Seth Rogen. The first crack at a movie came when George Clooney was transitioning from ER to screen stardom, and was set to star in a film at Universal that came undone when ER exec producer Steven Spielberg prevailed on him to instead star in the first DreamWorks film, The Peacemaker, in 1997. He moved on to Batman, and the film property moved to Miramax, and then Sony Pictures, which finally made the Michel Gondry-Rogen version. It did OK , but there was no sequel, and the rights lapsed.
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The awesome Mark Hamill the best Joker ever.

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