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02.11.2009

Wachowski Bros. Whoa, mama, talk about a rumor coming completely out of left field to rock our balls off. A scooper for "AICN" recently wrote in to inform Harry and co. that not only has Bryan Singer opted not to return for the SUPERMAN sequel MAN OF STEEL in order to work on his LOGAN'S RUN remake but Warner Bros. is now considering the goddamn Wachowski Bros. to reboot the franchise. And not only that but they'd be tasked with creating a story that spans a trilogy. The Wachowski's apparently had a PLASTIC MAN adaptation lined up but that's been postponed indefinitely so it's conceivable that they could get to work on rebooting the last son of Krypton. Wow, this is just…wow. Not good wow or bad wow. Just a very dazed and confused wow. This could go either way. It could be a ridiculously awesome epic action adventure that truly does justice to the Man or Steel or…not. All this apparently came from the Wachowski's frequent collaborator James McTiegue. Read exactly what the scooper had to say over HERE. And, please, strike back thoughts below.

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Extra Tidbit: The Wachowski's wrote a comic book series titled 'Ectokid' for Marvel Comics' Clive Barker line of books.
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2:40AM on 02/13/2009

This will be excellent

They will definitely, FINALLY, do justice for Superman no doubt. I thought Speed Racer was surprisingly great and probably the only good way that movie could have been done. it was the possibilities of the original show come to life, including the imagination of the kids who watched it back than too.
These guys are just as big as fanboys and hardcore fans of these things as anyone on here is (or probably more so, i mean these guys know their movie trivia man believe me). There is no way
They will definitely, FINALLY, do justice for Superman no doubt. I thought Speed Racer was surprisingly great and probably the only good way that movie could have been done. it was the possibilities of the original show come to life, including the imagination of the kids who watched it back than too.
These guys are just as big as fanboys and hardcore fans of these things as anyone on here is (or probably more so, i mean these guys know their movie trivia man believe me). There is no way they'd make a movie that would make people hurl. They're going to make it amazing and people will love it. it won't be the god awful [link] reeve-superman-movie that brian singer made. (i think he ruined the series actually)
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9:20PM on 02/12/2009

SOLUTION: KILL SUPERMAN!!!

I'm starting to think that the only way to bring this franchise back to life is the decision that DC comics took in the 90's. KILL SUPERMAN, then you'll have the whole eyes of the world attached to it. Cause a sequel of Donner's film has ended wrong, and rebooting the franchise will only kill it more with a story we've heard too much.
On the other side, Wachowski's films are blockbusters, but too experimental, so much that they pay more attention to experiment than to their stories. So, they
I'm starting to think that the only way to bring this franchise back to life is the decision that DC comics took in the 90's. KILL SUPERMAN, then you'll have the whole eyes of the world attached to it. Cause a sequel of Donner's film has ended wrong, and rebooting the franchise will only kill it more with a story we've heard too much.
On the other side, Wachowski's films are blockbusters, but too experimental, so much that they pay more attention to experiment than to their stories. So, they may not be indicated, I think.
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8:08PM on 02/12/2009
A few people have said this and I'd just like clarification:

Why would it be EASY to make a Superman film?
A few people have said this and I'd just like clarification:

Why would it be EASY to make a Superman film?
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7:50PM on 02/12/2009

I Hope...

they don't film it like Speed Racer...I hope they don't use Brandon Routh...they keep Kevin Spacey as Luthor...the title is The Man of Steel...not the actor of Wood
they don't film it like Speed Racer...I hope they don't use Brandon Routh...they keep Kevin Spacey as Luthor...the title is The Man of Steel...not the actor of Wood
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7:08PM on 02/12/2009

jesus...

Jesus Christ people, lighten up. "bad call WB!!!" gimmie a fucking break. so Speed Racer was a bomb and Matrix 3 left much to be desired, but they're very capable of doing something as easy as Superman. Jesus Christ some of you are fucking stupid.
Jesus Christ people, lighten up. "bad call WB!!!" gimmie a fucking break. so Speed Racer was a bomb and Matrix 3 left much to be desired, but they're very capable of doing something as easy as Superman. Jesus Christ some of you are fucking stupid.
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5:28PM on 02/12/2009

Hmmm...

Just bring Brandon Routh back and I'll be in the theater seat...
Just bring Brandon Routh back and I'll be in the theater seat...
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1:27PM on 02/12/2009
I know liking Returns puts me in the minority, but I don't think the series needs rebooted. Primarily because then you have to redo the origin, and who doesn't know Superman's origin?
I know liking Returns puts me in the minority, but I don't think the series needs rebooted. Primarily because then you have to redo the origin, and who doesn't know Superman's origin?
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1:10PM on 02/12/2009

Wachowskis I nay thee!

bad call! bad, bad, bad call WB!!!

I can already see Superman suited in a S&M black leather outfit and my childhood being "raped in the face"

bad call! bad, bad, bad call WB!!!

I can already see Superman suited in a S&M black leather outfit and my childhood being "raped in the face"

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12:58PM on 02/12/2009
am i the only guy who thinks it would be very easy to make a cool superman movie?

i think they are over-thinking this whole supes deal.
am i the only guy who thinks it would be very easy to make a cool superman movie?

i think they are over-thinking this whole supes deal.
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12:02PM on 02/12/2009

Ooooooh fuck...

was my first reaction.
Then snoopmish's comment reminded me... they did V for Vendetta! With James McTiegue as director! So this could turn into something truly amazing. I just hope they stay in the producer's chairs and stay away from directing....
was my first reaction.
Then snoopmish's comment reminded me... they did V for Vendetta! With James McTiegue as director! So this could turn into something truly amazing. I just hope they stay in the producer's chairs and stay away from directing....
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10:13AM on 02/12/2009
As awesome as V for Vendetta was, I think this is a good choice.
As awesome as V for Vendetta was, I think this is a good choice.
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9:36AM on 02/12/2009
BuckarooBanZai is right on. The next superman movie should be a in the '30's and Supes should be the broad chested, square jawed version that's the best, ala Alex Ross. They also don't need to waste any time on the origin story. Everybody knows who and what Superman is. The Wachowskis are totally wrong for this project.
This will never happen though because the studios won't have the balls. They have to set it in modern day so they can string fan boys along with hints at a Worlds Finest movie
BuckarooBanZai is right on. The next superman movie should be a in the '30's and Supes should be the broad chested, square jawed version that's the best, ala Alex Ross. They also don't need to waste any time on the origin story. Everybody knows who and what Superman is. The Wachowskis are totally wrong for this project.
This will never happen though because the studios won't have the balls. They have to set it in modern day so they can string fan boys along with hints at a Worlds Finest movie that will never happen...and if it does they'll probably give it to Ratner anyway.
Interesting Tidbit though. I remember and still have that comic somewhere. IT SUCKED ASS.
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9:08AM on 02/12/2009
when i saw the matrix revolutions, it has that final fight scene between neo and smith. it was really good and it made me think back in 2003 - if they ever remake a super man movie it'd be awesome if it had elements of this type of scene (epic, long, fighting in air and so on). of course that didn't happen in the 2006 Superman Returns. maybe lana(or larry) and andy would be able to bring some of thos elements to a remake they could do.
when i saw the matrix revolutions, it has that final fight scene between neo and smith. it was really good and it made me think back in 2003 - if they ever remake a super man movie it'd be awesome if it had elements of this type of scene (epic, long, fighting in air and so on). of course that didn't happen in the 2006 Superman Returns. maybe lana(or larry) and andy would be able to bring some of thos elements to a remake they could do.
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8:32AM on 02/12/2009
If they end up making the new Superman movie, it'll really be make or break time for the Wachowskis, given how unfavourably some of their recent endeavours have been received. Still, I reckon they could do a pretty amazing job with Supes if they get the go-ahead.
If they end up making the new Superman movie, it'll really be make or break time for the Wachowskis, given how unfavourably some of their recent endeavours have been received. Still, I reckon they could do a pretty amazing job with Supes if they get the go-ahead.
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8:19AM on 02/12/2009
I'm in. I've loved everything they have done. I'm just anxiously awaiting the trailer to ninja assassin
I'm in. I've loved everything they have done. I'm just anxiously awaiting the trailer to ninja assassin
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7:22AM on 02/12/2009
The Superman Returns movie killed the superman character and closed the chapter on him, its THAT simple! (honestly, he has a KID and is taken to Hospital??!?! LMFAO!!) Besides Superman has the personality of a mannequin and the WORST (I can't emphasis this enough) secret disguise EVER!!

All this talk about 'dark' or 'gritty' look will never work with superman (maybe make his costume black like in Spidey 3?). Also apart from Lex Luthor who else can kick superman's ass?

Anyway, never say
The Superman Returns movie killed the superman character and closed the chapter on him, its THAT simple! (honestly, he has a KID and is taken to Hospital??!?! LMFAO!!) Besides Superman has the personality of a mannequin and the WORST (I can't emphasis this enough) secret disguise EVER!!

All this talk about 'dark' or 'gritty' look will never work with superman (maybe make his costume black like in Spidey 3?). Also apart from Lex Luthor who else can kick superman's ass?

Anyway, never say die I guess but nothing will ever top the Richard donner classic.
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6:12AM on 02/12/2009
Hey I saw a Superman movie! It was directed perfectly decades ago by Richard Donner!
I don't care about the Scalary or the Wachowski brothers or Bryan (the comic book director that doesn't like comics) Singer directing any new version.
My friend and I want the same Superman story since we were old enough to develop right from wrong, a Superman high in the sky in '30s Metropolis. A time when it would've been striking to catch a glimpse of a man who could fly. That's where the character
Hey I saw a Superman movie! It was directed perfectly decades ago by Richard Donner!
I don't care about the Scalary or the Wachowski brothers or Bryan (the comic book director that doesn't like comics) Singer directing any new version.
My friend and I want the same Superman story since we were old enough to develop right from wrong, a Superman high in the sky in '30s Metropolis. A time when it would've been striking to catch a glimpse of a man who could fly. That's where the character belongs.
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4:53AM on 02/12/2009

NO. MORE. SUPERMAN. ORIGIN. MOVIES.


NO. MORE. SUPERMAN. ORIGIN. MOVIES.

NO. MORE. SUPERMAN. ORIGIN. MOVIES.
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4:45AM on 02/12/2009

This is Interesting

Mark Millar did mention (ages ago) that he was working with an action director to reboot Superman as a Trilogy. If these two are those guys then I'm certainly interested. Superman needs a complete re-imagining as it is, and i don't feel (though he did a good job) that Bryan Singer quite got to that level that most people would have expected Superman to be at today. These guys are certainly visionaries, and can bring a new spin on things by respecting the source material. Although V for
Mark Millar did mention (ages ago) that he was working with an action director to reboot Superman as a Trilogy. If these two are those guys then I'm certainly interested. Superman needs a complete re-imagining as it is, and i don't feel (though he did a good job) that Bryan Singer quite got to that level that most people would have expected Superman to be at today. These guys are certainly visionaries, and can bring a new spin on things by respecting the source material. Although V for Vendetta was changed around, i felt it worked well for a Movie.

P.S I hope they can learn from their mistakes and not make a dissapointing second and third part like Matrix (though individually they were still decent films, but not brilliant).
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4:15AM on 02/12/2009

Talented directors, but not right for this project

Overall I really like the Wachowski's work, but I don't like how they go about adapting material. They wrote the script for V for Vendetta, which while many found it enjoyable, strayed considerably from the source material, altering major themese and plot points. Not a good trait to have in people entrusted with bringing such a beloved character to the big screen. Aside from that, Superman, just seems tonally, about as far from the Wachowski's previous work as you can get. If this is true I
Overall I really like the Wachowski's work, but I don't like how they go about adapting material. They wrote the script for V for Vendetta, which while many found it enjoyable, strayed considerably from the source material, altering major themese and plot points. Not a good trait to have in people entrusted with bringing such a beloved character to the big screen. Aside from that, Superman, just seems tonally, about as far from the Wachowski's previous work as you can get. If this is true I think it confirms that Warner Bros. is going ahead with their dark and gritty take on Superman. Which is not what I, or many other fans (from what I can tell, the vast majority of the fans) want.

For Superman you need a director that can bring a genuine sense of wonder to the screen. A guy you can work with the traditonal elements of Superman and make them awe-inspiring rather than cheesy. You need a guy who has a respect for the genre and it's past, yet can make it relevant to audiences today. Since he's already decided to make the leap to live action films my first choice would probably be Brad Bird, with Gary Ross as a very strong second.
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4:04AM on 02/12/2009

Urgh

This is a sad day for Superman. I so sick of The Wachowski bros. Out of five films they've made one good movie. They are basically the new George Lucas, except for Lucas had a better track record than they do. And the syle of action they use is so played out, do we really want to see Superman fluttering around tapping villains in a gay dance trying to pass itself off as action.
This is a sad day for Superman. I so sick of The Wachowski bros. Out of five films they've made one good movie. They are basically the new George Lucas, except for Lucas had a better track record than they do. And the syle of action they use is so played out, do we really want to see Superman fluttering around tapping villains in a gay dance trying to pass itself off as action.
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3:54AM on 02/12/2009
I want this to happen badly. With them directing now I wont be worried if superman will actually throw a punch. I love singer but come on there was no excuse for Returns.
I want this to happen badly. With them directing now I wont be worried if superman will actually throw a punch. I love singer but come on there was no excuse for Returns.
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3:15AM on 02/12/2009
Matrix Revolutions certainly proved they'd be ideal directors for the action sequence, but I'm not so sure how they'd handle the actual story and characters.

These guys are very hit-and-miss, so I don't know.

I agree that they shouldn't write the script, like Shyamalan, they are much better directors than writers. The Matrix sequels proved that.
Matrix Revolutions certainly proved they'd be ideal directors for the action sequence, but I'm not so sure how they'd handle the actual story and characters.

These guys are very hit-and-miss, so I don't know.

I agree that they shouldn't write the script, like Shyamalan, they are much better directors than writers. The Matrix sequels proved that.
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2:52AM on 02/12/2009
Why they shouldn't direct Superman:

1. The Matrix Reloaded
2. The Matrix Revolutions
3. V for Vendetta (even though it was good, it was far from the book)
4. Speed Racer

And I mean, look at their faces. They look totally lost.
Why they shouldn't direct Superman:

1. The Matrix Reloaded
2. The Matrix Revolutions
3. V for Vendetta (even though it was good, it was far from the book)
4. Speed Racer

And I mean, look at their faces. They look totally lost.
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2:36AM on 02/12/2009

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I agree. Still, Matrix was a smash hit. But I DO NOT want to see a Superman movie made in the Matrix style...I just can't see Superman with slow-motion and Zion or robots...
I agree. Still, Matrix was a smash hit. But I DO NOT want to see a Superman movie made in the Matrix style...I just can't see Superman with slow-motion and Zion or robots...
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2:30AM on 02/12/2009
To quote a friend of mine: "Remember what happened the last time the Wachowski's made a trilogy?"
To quote a friend of mine: "Remember what happened the last time the Wachowski's made a trilogy?"
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2:28AM on 02/12/2009
Superman is lame.

Matrix was stupid.

Superman is lame.

Matrix was stupid.

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2:08AM on 02/12/2009

YES.

THIS IS THE CORRECT DIRECTION TO TAKE SUPERMAN.

ALSO, THE BEST VEHICLE FOR MORE MATRIX STYLE FIGHTING.

DO WANT.
THIS IS THE CORRECT DIRECTION TO TAKE SUPERMAN.

ALSO, THE BEST VEHICLE FOR MORE MATRIX STYLE FIGHTING.

DO WANT.
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1:28AM on 02/12/2009

i'm down

are they still considered "brothers"?...
are they still considered "brothers"?...
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12:54AM on 02/12/2009
I'm disappointed Singer won't be back, but I'm willing to give the wachowski's a chance, even if they aren't my first pick.
I'm disappointed Singer won't be back, but I'm willing to give the wachowski's a chance, even if they aren't my first pick.
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12:53AM on 02/12/2009

good wow

I can see this happening and actually working, good move WB if this is infact going to happen, I'm already picturing it as i type and I'm trully getting all hyped up! please let this be true I would be there opening day.
I can see this happening and actually working, good move WB if this is infact going to happen, I'm already picturing it as i type and I'm trully getting all hyped up! please let this be true I would be there opening day.
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11:08PM on 02/11/2009
I agree with Housecoat. NEO was basically a computer era Superman. All the scenes with NEO flying is AMAZING. I remember back when i saw the matrx sequels on imax i always said that the wachowskis should do a superman movie!
I agree with Housecoat. NEO was basically a computer era Superman. All the scenes with NEO flying is AMAZING. I remember back when i saw the matrx sequels on imax i always said that the wachowskis should do a superman movie!
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10:56PM on 02/11/2009
I wonder if they'll bring in Keanu to play Superman?
I wonder if they'll bring in Keanu to play Superman?
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10:51PM on 02/11/2009
Rewatch the end scene in Matrix Revolutions except picture it as Superman kicking someone's ass. That scene was more superman then just about anything in Superman Returns.
Do this!
Rewatch the end scene in Matrix Revolutions except picture it as Superman kicking someone's ass. That scene was more superman then just about anything in Superman Returns.
Do this!
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10:45PM on 02/11/2009

Wachoski's + Superman = bring it on!

I caught Singer's Superman on cable again the other day, and it does indeed suck balls. Miscast actors, embarrassingly flat performances, and a substantial lack of action (say what you will but it's supposed to be Superman film for fuck's sake!) suck the life out of the movie. I don't know what Singer's problem is with forgetting to put the action in some of his films. I've heard that he had to be reminded to do as such with the X-Men films he made. First he bails on that franchise and now
I caught Singer's Superman on cable again the other day, and it does indeed suck balls. Miscast actors, embarrassingly flat performances, and a substantial lack of action (say what you will but it's supposed to be Superman film for fuck's sake!) suck the life out of the movie. I don't know what Singer's problem is with forgetting to put the action in some of his films. I've heard that he had to be reminded to do as such with the X-Men films he made. First he bails on that franchise and now Supes. He's done, let someone else have a crack.

I think a Wachoski Bros. Superman could be epic and awesome, as long as they start out with a banging script, introduce some long-overdue other supervillains and focus on the action as much as the character-driven stuff (which really need not take up 2/3 of the movie).

Hell I would give this a chance and so would every other schmoe. The real question is: who should they get for Superman? Give Routh another try or break all ties with the last film? I'm thinking Routh was just okay, wouldn't care if he came back.

Also Superman need not be boring and invulnerable. Take a look at how Alan Moore wrote him in the 80's for some good examples of a vulnerable Superman ("For The Man Who Has Everything", anybody?).
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10:40PM on 02/11/2009

This sucks

The Wachowski's have only made one good movie and many mediocre-shitty movies. And even The Matrix is a film I believe to be a very overrated Dark City knock off.

Just let Singer make a sequel. A reboot will kill the franchise for good.

The Wachowski's have only made one good movie and many mediocre-shitty movies. And even The Matrix is a film I believe to be a very overrated Dark City knock off.

Just let Singer make a sequel. A reboot will kill the franchise for good.

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10:40PM on 02/11/2009
I'm not feeling this one at all.
I'm not feeling this one at all.
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10:05PM on 02/11/2009
WB needs to pull a "Nolan" and find someone who doesn't so much care about Superman as much as he cares about making an amazing film. TDK set the standard, yes, but Iron Man showed how you can make a superhero movie epic, dark and fun at the same time. Perhaps David Gordon Green? Or Darren Aronofsky?
WB needs to pull a "Nolan" and find someone who doesn't so much care about Superman as much as he cares about making an amazing film. TDK set the standard, yes, but Iron Man showed how you can make a superhero movie epic, dark and fun at the same time. Perhaps David Gordon Green? Or Darren Aronofsky?
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10:00PM on 02/11/2009

Meh

Superman is boring. A man without flaw just isn't as powerful on the screen as it is on paper. The Brothers "Matrix" are interesting visual artists but i fail to see them bringing anything more to the project.
Superman is boring. A man without flaw just isn't as powerful on the screen as it is on paper. The Brothers "Matrix" are interesting visual artists but i fail to see them bringing anything more to the project.
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9:47PM on 02/11/2009
well.... if this film is of the kind of quality of the first Matrix and V for Vendetta then sure.

Otherwise, RUN TO THE HILLS!!! I'm neutral becuz they do have potential, but i reeealllyyy dont trust filmmakers who have done a handful of films and only a few of them are good or ok while the rest SUCK

Especially with such a sensitive franchise like Superman that really hasnt been done justice yet...heck even the comics dont do superman justice..

I duno, we'll just have to see =
well.... if this film is of the kind of quality of the first Matrix and V for Vendetta then sure.

Otherwise, RUN TO THE HILLS!!! I'm neutral becuz they do have potential, but i reeealllyyy dont trust filmmakers who have done a handful of films and only a few of them are good or ok while the rest SUCK

Especially with such a sensitive franchise like Superman that really hasnt been done justice yet...heck even the comics dont do superman justice..

I duno, we'll just have to see =
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9:45PM on 02/11/2009
Somehow I see this along the line of The Matrix trilogy. The first one was a smash hit, the sequel was a semi-smash hit, the third entry was somehow so-so. Superman trilogy could go either way. Hopefully in the way of the 1st Matrix.
Somehow I see this along the line of The Matrix trilogy. The first one was a smash hit, the sequel was a semi-smash hit, the third entry was somehow so-so. Superman trilogy could go either way. Hopefully in the way of the 1st Matrix.
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9:41PM on 02/11/2009

Bros.?

I thought it already has changed to Wachowski 'siblings'? Or did something change in the middle? Damn, they're more confusing than The Matrix mythos.
I thought it already has changed to Wachowski 'siblings'? Or did something change in the middle? Damn, they're more confusing than The Matrix mythos.
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9:32PM on 02/11/2009

super idea...

larry and andy didnt just give us jaw-dropping visual eye candy in the matrix, they easily showed they could do a drama, with high style, in "Bound".

if u havent seen that flick, do yourself a favour and rent it pronto. they can do a dramatic story, with sweet visuals. flop or not, no one can say speed racer didnt pop off the screen like liquid neon syrup, like nothing ever seen before.

i say, give 'en a shot.
larry and andy didnt just give us jaw-dropping visual eye candy in the matrix, they easily showed they could do a drama, with high style, in "Bound".

if u havent seen that flick, do yourself a favour and rent it pronto. they can do a dramatic story, with sweet visuals. flop or not, no one can say speed racer didnt pop off the screen like liquid neon syrup, like nothing ever seen before.

i say, give 'en a shot.
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9:25PM on 02/11/2009
They couldn't do any worse than that last one. Look, Supes need some serious story here, maybe even start incorporating the JL; just like Marvel is doing and you could have your self a terrific trilogy.
They couldn't do any worse than that last one. Look, Supes need some serious story here, maybe even start incorporating the JL; just like Marvel is doing and you could have your self a terrific trilogy.
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9:10PM on 02/11/2009

MARK MILLAR'S

Trilogy sounded awesome....so of course we will never see it. This is not good news in my book and doesn't seem like it is in anyone else's. I'd like to see Ridley Scott or James Cameron direct Millar's story line. Or if you really want to just go crazy and love to see Sam Mendes take on Superman.
Trilogy sounded awesome....so of course we will never see it. This is not good news in my book and doesn't seem like it is in anyone else's. I'd like to see Ridley Scott or James Cameron direct Millar's story line. Or if you really want to just go crazy and love to see Sam Mendes take on Superman.
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9:09PM on 02/11/2009

Whatever

Singer's Superman has great potential, but sucked.

I don't really mind this guys taking over for one movie, I'm more concerned about it being a trilogy... go the "Harry Potter/Twilight" way and have a different director for each movie, but following a coherent story line.

James McTigue could probably make a great Superman film
Singer's Superman has great potential, but sucked.

I don't really mind this guys taking over for one movie, I'm more concerned about it being a trilogy... go the "Harry Potter/Twilight" way and have a different director for each movie, but following a coherent story line.

James McTigue could probably make a great Superman film
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9:09PM on 02/11/2009
I think it could be really good, as long as they have somebody else write the script. Maybe the woman they stole the Matrix from, that would be cool

And how old is that picture, one of them is a woman now...or atleast "looks" like one
I think it could be really good, as long as they have somebody else write the script. Maybe the woman they stole the Matrix from, that would be cool

And how old is that picture, one of them is a woman now...or atleast "looks" like one
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9:08PM on 02/11/2009
They are terrible filmmakers that got lucky with The Matrix. I dislike Superman so I don't give a shit, but I know it will suck nonetheless.
They are terrible filmmakers that got lucky with The Matrix. I dislike Superman so I don't give a shit, but I know it will suck nonetheless.
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8:59PM on 02/11/2009
NO PLEASE [link]
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8:56PM on 02/11/2009

NO, NOT GONNA HAPPEN, NO WAY, NO HOW

I'm sorry but the idea of those 2 making a superman movie makes me sick to my stomach. REGARDLESS of what you want to say about Superman Returns it was a damn good attempt. Superman is a compassionate character and they showed that in the movie. Having those 2 idiots reboot the movie is the worst idea ever created by bad ideas. Matrix was a marvel of a movie but the last 2 were awful. This can be shown as you walk in an HMV store and can get the last 2 Matrix movies for 5 bucks each. Speed
I'm sorry but the idea of those 2 making a superman movie makes me sick to my stomach. REGARDLESS of what you want to say about Superman Returns it was a damn good attempt. Superman is a compassionate character and they showed that in the movie. Having those 2 idiots reboot the movie is the worst idea ever created by bad ideas. Matrix was a marvel of a movie but the last 2 were awful. This can be shown as you walk in an HMV store and can get the last 2 Matrix movies for 5 bucks each. Speed Racer, although a good attempt, was not well recieved. IF YOU WANT TO MAKE A GOOD SUPERMAN MOVIE, get the next Richard Donner. Personally I have no problem with the directors/producers of wanted making it as Wanted was a good movie with a semi-solid plot. I think more fans would warm up to it if it was more like the For Tomorrow series of Superman, where it is a bit more adult and "serious". Or do what they should've done and take the Kevin Smith Script that has been floating around and MAKE A DAMN GOOD SUPERMAN MOVIE!
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8:55PM on 02/11/2009

Super NEO??

Didn't they already make this movie, but "Superman" wore black leather coats and stupid sunglasses? I really don't see what they could add. Ah yes...the "Darker Tone" studios are all hyped about since TDK.
Didn't they already make this movie, but "Superman" wore black leather coats and stupid sunglasses? I really don't see what they could add. Ah yes...the "Darker Tone" studios are all hyped about since TDK.
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