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In 2009, Dark Horizons suggested that a new Remo movie may be in the works, produced by The Dark Knight producer Charles Roven and Transporter producer Steve Chasman, in association with Columbia Pictures. Charley Parlapanides and Vlas Parlapanides are writing the screenplay.
Originally posted by Gazrok
reply to post by FortAnthem
Are you kidding? That was a classic!
Remo: "Chuin, you're incredible!"
Chuin: "No.....I am better than that..."
Funny tidbit...the name of the secret project they were investigating was HAARP... (or something darn similar)
Originally posted by Alexander the Great
I know they aren't super heroes...but..
They need to make a new Mortal Kombat movie.
Originally posted by Gazrok
I liked the first one ok (and the soundtrack kicks butt, I love that CD)....but I think they made a sequel that I either forgot about, or dismissed from my mind.
Originally posted by OrganicAnagram33
I want to see a live action Batman Beyond that's done thoughtfully. Heck, I'd settle for another animated one as well.
Original Metal Men
Gold – could stretch his body almost infinitely.
Iron – was super strong.
Lead – could block harmful radiation and the like and usually morphed into thick shields.
Mercury – could melt and reform himself through small spaces, or over vast distances. Mercury is the firebrand of the group, confrontational and hot headed he regularly gets into scrapes with the rest of the group especially Platinum. He feels his talents are not truly recognized and think that he should be leader of The Metal Men. He is ironically a fan of the film genre Robot Hunter.
Platinum – Platinum (Nickname Tina, later Platina) as she is commonly known is the only female member of The Metal Men. She has a faulty 'responsometer' which makes her act like a real human woman. Tina is in love with Doc Magnus and the two regularly verbally spar with the Doc threatening to repair her 'responsometer'. She has a personality clash with Mercury the other firebrand of The Metal Men.
Tin – Tin is the kind caring member of the group he has a terribly low self esteem and believes that he is not worth of being part of the Metal Men. He is however very brave and is happy to put his life on the line for his comrades. Seemed to prefer acting as a "can" or container. His other efforts usually failed due to his weak strength. SOURCE
During an interview with superherohype.com on April 9, 2006, Lauren Shuler Donner (producer of the X-Men trilogy) expressed interest in developing Metal Men into a movie like Men in Black, a light film with "a lot of CGI." On November 19, Donner confirmed in an interview with IESB.net that she was indeed in the early stages of developing the movie with Warner Bros. SOURCE