Joined May 1st, 2010
And I bet Batman can't beat Superman either? eyeroll
As a huge horror movie fan, there is no doubt Wes Craven was one of the masters of the genre. He was the definition of an icon. He is be greatly missed. R.I.P. Wes Craven
This is simply not true. The original source even says "Now, at this stage, it's not clear what this means exactly." when talking about the film being "Indefinitely Delayed". Does that sounds reliable to you guys at the MW team?
Awesome! Avengers 2.5 which will happen to have Captain America in the film should be a fantastic film.
It seems like the only ones who actually disliked the film were the major critics. From what I've seen, the average movie fan enjoyed it. If theaters didn't rush to push it out of theaters, then I wouldn't at all be surprised if it made another 20 plus million domestically.
Snyder won't be leaving the universe of films. My guess is they want someone else to make this film, because Snyder will be directing the two upcoming Justice League films. Which lead right into the next Man of Steel movie. I'm sure he will need a break after filming those two movies.
So this is a story with information we already knew? Why is this new news?
First day buy for me. Cannot wait to see this film.
Don't expect to hear any news besides some movie titles. Basically just like Marvel does.
After Dracula Untold, I'm actually excited for this upcoming universe of films.
I hope Fox holds onto the rights for another 7 years just to tick off the MCU fanboys. Of course in that time making another film with a team of good writers and director would be great as well.
X-Men films wave hello.
Your point now is wrong as well. If your point was true we would have had a sequel to the Friday the 13th remake by now. Which was made by the same production company mind you.
That is kind of my point. We got so much bad news on this film ever since production started that we all had low expectations to begin with. I did as well, though after I saw the finished film, I thought it was better than I first expected. Frankly, people giving this film a 2 or 3 out of 10 seems laughable, but it is just a movie opinion in the end.
This film is suffering from hatred overload. Most of it starting from the time the production itself started. This has steamrolled until its release tonight. I'm not going to say the film was great, but after all the bad news from production until now that we heard, the film really surpassed my low expectations. Certainly not great, wouldn't even call it good, but I would say it was slightly above average.
Follow what I'm saying, read slower if you must. My point from the start has clearly been who cares about fan opinion. Many of the previous films were trash, yet they kept on trucking along. Which is where the money side of things comes into play. The film made more than the other major horror remakes, something you cannot pass off with an absurd line about how people just wanted to check it out. Hopefully you now understand what I'm saying.
And it made more money at the box office than Friday the 13th remake and the Halloween remake. Even more than the Texas Chainsaw remake from 2003. You cannot just explain that off by saying people were just curious.
I'm sure the same was said back in the 80s when Friday the 13th and Nightmare on Elm Street were cranking out sequels nearly every year.
This makes no sense. The remake of Nightmare on Elm Street made more money at the box office than any of the other big horror remakes. Who cares if some fans didn't care for it, never stopped them in the past from making sequels that fans didn't like, now did it?
I'm clearly being serious. The last time they had a home video release with at least a good set of special features was back in Phase 1 when other studios had a hand in releasing the movies.
So its another lackluster home video release for a MCU film? Honestly, I cannot understand this trend.