posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 10:00 PM
Originally posted by Mike Stivic
reply to post by curious7
Green Arrow definitely
I'm hesitant to say Luke Cage, Nick Fury, Black Panther and Deadpool because I know all of those are in the works.
I would agree with the Nick fury idea if they would take him back to his roots, before shield, when he was the leader of the Howling Commandos in
WWII. complete with the red skull and a guest appearance from steve rogers..
yes i have seen the cartoon short that was released, but being an old school fan, who would like to see the integrity of the characters remain intact,
i just cannot seem to get over sgt fury's sudden "change in appearance"..
edit on 20-6-2011 by Mike Stivic because: added : who would like to see the integrity of the characters remain intact,
Yeah, I think the only reason they went with the Ultimate version of Fury was because he looked like Samuel L Jackson and they wanted the actual guy
to help bring his fanbase and recognition to any lesser known hero's movie.
I'm pretty sure Marvel have said they may follow the Ultimate Nick Fury origin for his movie in that case like the new Spiderman is following the
Ultimate version too with the wrist ,ounted web shooters.
Jackson's signed to do 9 movies anyway and so far we've had Iron Man, Iron Man 2 and Thor out, he's appearing in The First Avenger: Captain America
and The Avengers next year plus the announced Nick Fury movie but that's only 6 out of 9 so I wonder what the others will be?
As for the Deadpool movie, Ryan Reynolds IS contracted to return as the character and a Marvel spokesperson has admitted it won't be the version we
saw at the end of the X-Men Origins: Wolverine film so it'll be closer to the source material and have Reynolds break the 4th wall and talk to the
movie viewers through the screen like the character does in the comics which is awesome.
Pretty sure they still wanna make a Venom movie but it better not be the crappy Spiderman 3 version.
Out of all the Punisher movies, I liked the Thomas Jane/John Travolta/Kevin Nash one from 2004 the best, really loved that one. Don't think a
Punisher movie will get any better than that unless they go with the first Blade movie's style of ultra violence/gore/language since he's a
murdering vigilante (in the UK, the first Blade movie was rated 18 while The Punisher was a 15 at best like the majority of Saw movies)
Could a modern version of Swamp Thing work?