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2019 Movies
#11
^ That was AWESOME!!!  And so confusingly true!  Tongue
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#12
(02-16-2018, 07:27 PM)Neglify Wrote: Paramount has decided to remove Transformers 6 from their release slate. Huzzah! 2019 is looking better already.

I'm glad to hear that was canceled.  Transformers The Last Knight was excruciating to watch.  However, after seeing the trailer, Bumblebee looks very intriguing, especially coming from the director of Kubo and the Two Strings.
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#13
Some "leaked" (on purpose?) on-set footage of Joaquin Phoenix's Joker movie:



If this film sucks it's gonna be everyone's fault except Phoenix. Even from this glimpse you can see he's got the classic Joker walk down and even without makeup looks the part.
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#14
This could be one for the ages... crossing my fingers for it!
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#15
The convoluted X-Men franchise continues with The Last Stand 2.0...



I want to be excited.  Delayed released, rumours of heavy reshoots and first time director Kinberg...?
And I am still recovering from the bland outing of Apocalypse.    And why tease full iconic superheroes suits at the end of the last movie and then go with the dull Grant Morrison era costumes?  Maybe it will be a plot point?  Regardless, I still believe there is much potential in this storyline, and if the trailer can be trusted (am I that naive?), maybe they will get it right this time?

Also, with Disney/Marvel getting the X-Men rights back, I am guessing this may be the last time we will see this version of the X-Men, so hopefully it will go out with a delicious popcorn fun bang.
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#16
10 seconds into the Dark Phoenix trailer and I laughed my arse off. When is the trailer trope of dark versions of popular music going to die?

Yeah, this just looks like more Apocalypse-style dreck, but without any sense of humour.

I'll skip and wait for the inevitable Marvel reboot...
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#17
At least it'll be great fanediting material...
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#18
EMPIRE MAGAZINE has a trailer breakdown interview with Kinberg, hinting at a much bigger, more cosmic movie than we are seeing in this first trailer...
https://www.empireonline.com/movies/feat...n-kinberg/
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#19
(09-27-2018, 09:26 AM)Masirimso17 Wrote: At least it'll be great fanediting material...

Oh yeah. I've been waiting to see what can be harvested for my long-dormant X3 fanedit. Had a pitch using Apocalypse footage for flashbacks already. Looks like I'm going to be spoilt.
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#20
(09-27-2018, 05:49 PM)bionicbob Wrote: EMPIRE MAGAZINE has a trailer breakdown interview with Kinberg, hinting at a much bigger, more cosmic movie than we are seeing in this first trailer...
https://www.empireonline.com/movies/feat...n-kinberg/

I hope so - what we've seen so far looks more grounded than The Last Stand.  And I actually like The Last Stand for the most part.  But if they're going to do the Phoenix Saga twice, it'd be nonsensical to do it the same way both times.  If this is to be the last hurrah for the non-MCU X-Men, I'd rather they go out big, ambitious, out of this world than just retreading stuff we've seen before.


EDIT:  It's been pushed back again, to June.  Whether this has anything to do with the public's reaction to the trailer or not, one can only speculate.
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