Joined April 16th, 2011
I'm not too sure if he'd take the role, but I'd be happy with him as Lex.
I like the idea of a live-action Hulk tv series. But I think the series should set up for the Avengers. The first season could take off after or even before The Avengers. Ruffalo should play Banner in the show. Then we also get cameos from Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, and SHIELD. And then we shouldn't have ANOTHER Hulk reboot. I also like idea of a Punisher tv series, but from Disney/ABC? I do not like that. It should be SHOWTIME or HBO.
What was wrong with The Incredible Hulk? Edward Norton did amazing and it was the best Hulk movie EVER. WHY replace him? WHY reboot the movie? and WHY did they take The Incredible Hulk movie out of 'The Avengers' movies? I do not understand.
Michael C. Hall, Michael Fassbender, Joseph Gordon-Levitt would be good choices for DD. Kingpin, how about John Goodman (but he's a little too old now) or get an actor in a fat suit.
@justice23 I 100% believe that Nolan's plan was to have Joker back in Batman 3, but not as the main villain. I think the Joker would have played a sub-plot villain, a BIG sub-plot villain at that. I think Joker would've escaped Arkham, and started another stuff. In TDKR Bane is suppose to help escape all the inmates for a jail or for the asylum, so I think that's where Joker would have fit. I see it like the Arkham City game.
Yeah!! How about a prequel? See how the war for Cybertron began. Then Jazz, Iron-Hide, The Fallen, Sentinal Prime, and Megatron can come back.
This sounds perfect to me. I hope they use that idea Matthew Vaughn came up with, which is Magneto moving the bullet that assassinated JFK to start the movie. Can't wait!!
@Intoxicated that won't happen. For Captain America they wanted Hugh Jackman to play Wolverine for a cameo because Wolverine was around during that time. But 20th Century Fox owns the X-Men franchise so they weren't able to. Spider-Man will not be in The Avengers.
I loved the first film. But it wasn't the swearing that made me love the film, it's how real they made the deaths. When you shoot someone, blood goes places. If you cut a lim off of a person, blood goes everywhere. So when a movie is rated R, there's pretty much no rules. But now that it's PG13, they have to take out the swearing (Which is ok with me, it upsets me. But I'll live), but more importantly the reality of death. It's like in X-Men, because they were PG13 they were not allowed to put blood on Wolverine's claws after he stabbed someone. If the movie was rated R, or even 14A then you know blood would be all over those things. So with the sequel to a very bloody movie, we're not going to see the blood. And that is what is extremely disappointing about this. Also, there probably won't be a directors cut because they obviously set these terms before filming.
It would be attached to Green Lantern, but that was fake. Syncopy is Nolan's company, but Syncopy never had their name on the last Batman movies.