UberGerbil wrote:I'm entirely unfamiliar with the comic on which this is based, but I have to say I find it hilarious that DC seems unwilling to test the commercial prospects of a Wonder Woman movie while Marvel is quite happy to go ahead with one co-starring a raccoon.
superjawes wrote:Correction, a raccoon voiced by Bradley Cooper in addition to a tree-man voiced by Vin Diesel.
I've never read comic books, but the trailer pretty much sold me on seeing this in theaters.
As for DC, I would understand if they didn't want to do Wonder Woman because they were afraid that they would screw her up, but that's nonsense considering the success of the DC animated success with her, IMO. Then again, DC properties haven't gotten great treatment lately.
MikeKosa wrote:This movie is on a lot of peoples radar. It's going to be very colorful, lots of action, and a lot of jokes and to make lots of us laugh.I'm so interested of this movie.
kamikaziechameleon wrote:MikeKosa wrote:This movie is on a lot of peoples radar. It's going to be very colorful, lots of action, and a lot of jokes and to make lots of us laugh.I'm so interested of this movie.
I'm excited because its one of the only major summer block busters this year that doesn't rely on my nostalgia to entertain me. It will be like a breath of fresh air.
Same.Airmantharp wrote:Pretty much this. I've been excited about it since the first trailer hit, and I had no idea what it was.
kamikaziechameleon wrote:I do worry about one thing. Marvel and Whedon have a distinctly counter creation mythology. Not that I think we can't have a little fun with our origins but [...] The majority of humans believe in creation, so lets take that at face value. It will bring more people into the fold of the mythos I think and requires a more creative plotting dynamic.
EDIT: FTR, I'm a practicing Catholic.
Voldenuit wrote:Other than on TV (thank you the CW), because Arrow is fantastic.
Forge wrote:Thanks, that was much better, but still, I think we should keep any religious or para-religious discussions in a thread of their own, in R&P. I've got nothing against politics or religion, but I feel they are best handled when segmented. Think of TR forums the way you would have a chat at work. Language can be a problem, but not universally, and anything that touches on religion or politics really needs to be in the specially designated area, or HR gets involved.
Interesting ideas, though, and I'd be interested in reading and debating them... But not here. TBP is for more mellow thoughts.
kamikaziechameleon wrote:Ok, I've said or perhaps realized all I have to. Should I go back and delete that stuff or just let it linger?
vargis14 wrote:I wanna see it, I mean who does not want to see a machine gun toting raccoon.
I know it is based off a comic book. But a Honey Badger would have made a mean little space alien....cause they do not give a @#$%
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4r7wHMg5 ... 3BDz7FSPLw
68 million plus views narrating is priceless and hilarious
Who can say only the same 3-word sentence: "I am Groot."superjawes wrote:A tree-man voiced by Vin Diesel...
JustAnEngineer wrote:Who can say only the same 3-word sentence: "I am Groot."superjawes wrote:A tree-man voiced by Vin Diesel...
Seriously, Vin Diesel was good as The Iron Giant, and he's gotten praise for this 3-word voice acting role already.
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