Should the Superman movie series be rebooted?

Should the Superman movies be rebooted?


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Random

Didn't **** any of those *****es
You should add a poll.

Anyway, my opinion is that hollywood should avoid immediate reboots at all cost. I really don't want this to become a habbit, maybe a decade after the previous movie, but not 2 years later. I don't want to see the same damn origin over and over again.

On Superman specifically, I really don't want to start this debate on whether it was good or not so please lets not argue on that basis again. I feel that Returns was good could use some improvements and was not that bad to require a reboot. You can so easily just revamp it and stay in the same continuity. Down play the kid, its so simple to do and could enhance the overall character. And I can honestly say, as a fan of movies, comic books, and film makking, that no matter how much you didn't like about Returns it's not beyond recovery.

So change the director, change the cast (though I think Routh is perfect), change the style/feel, but don't change the universe. That's just unnecessary and leads us into a very, VERY bad place in film making. Believe me.

I said this once and I'll say it again,

Revamp > Reboot.




And that's all I'm going to say.
 
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Langsta

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You should add a poll.

Anyway, my opinion is that hollywood should avoid immediate reboots at all cost. I really don't want this to become a habbit, maybe a decade after the previous movie, but not 2 years later. I don't want to see the same damn origin over and over again.

On Superman specifically, I really don't want to start this debate on whether it was good or not so please lets not argue on that basis again. I feel that Returns was good could use some improvements and was not that bad to require a reboot. You can so easily just revamp it and stay in the same continuity. Down play the kid, its so simple to do and could enhance the overall character. And I can honestly say, as a fan of movies, comic books, and film makking, that no matter how much you didn't like about Returns it's not beyond recovery.

So change the director, change the cast (though I think Routh is perfect), change the style/feel, but don't change the universe. That's just unnecessary and leads us into a very, VERY bad place in film making. Believe me.

I said this once and I'll say it again,

Revamp > Reboot.




And that's all I'm going to say.

So, kinda like what Incredible Hulk did to Hulk?
 

The Overlord

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Alright, can the mods please add a poll.

How can you downplay the kid, its important element from SR and is a milestone around the franchise. You can't just ignore the fact that Superman is a father (a dead beat dad to boot).

Mark Waid said it best: I so wanted that movie to work,” said Mark Waid, “but every choice they made in that movie was wrong. If you’re making the movie in a vacuum, and there will be no other Superman movies ever again, go ahead and give him a son. But otherwise, that’s a staggeringly awful idea. What are you going to do next? Either the kid has to be a part of his life, or get superpowers, which no one wants to see. I want to go to them and say, ‘What were you thinking?’

Morrison, Waid and Meltzer all think the series has huge problems at this point:

http://www.comicboards.com/app/show.php?msg=superman-2008081214242066

Also what about movie Lex, he is a waste, how is he supposed to become an ingenius corporate villain after his insanely stupid scheme in SR? Guys like Metallo and Parasite can't hold a movie by themselves, they are supposed to be Lex's henchmen and this Lex is not smart enough to create them.

Sure they can just use brainiac in the next film, but then what, you have blown your entire creative wad in one story, Superman can't just fight alien invansions from there on out and going to Toyman after that would be a real downgrade.

Look I don't like that it seems everyone is in a rush to reboot every movie super hero franchise, but its hard to ignore the problems SR has left with the franchise.
 
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mike3717

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SR was one of the worst comic flicks ever. Overlord is correct in his assessment of the mistakes that were made in that movie. The reboot movie doe not need to rehash supermans origin. It could be done in a quick recap during the opening credits (while ignoring SR). Then give him a good villian to fight. I actually think Parasite and Metallo would work well. They could also reboot Lex. Develop him as a character and establish him as a major player.

Superman shouldn't be this hard to do a great movie of.
 

SSJmole

Face-Punching As Foreign Policy
SR was one of the worst comic flicks ever. Overlord is correct in his assessment of the mistakes that were made in that movie. The reboot movie doe not need to rehash supermans origin. It could be done in a quick recap during the opening credits (while ignoring SR). Then give him a good villian to fight. I actually think Parasite and Metallo would work well. They could also reboot Lex. Develop him as a character and establish him as a major player.

Superman shouldn't be this hard to do a great movie of.


100% agree

After the mess that Returns was a Reboot seems the best way all round to fix that and fix stuff that needed fixing since superman 1 and just start again
 

Random

Didn't **** any of those *****es
I guess I'm going to say a little more
So, kinda like what Incredible Hulk did to Hulk?
Yeah, except TIH did overthrow the original origin with a new one. I'm saying you could do that without running over the previous one.

Alright, can the mods please add a poll.

How can downplay the kid, its important element from SR and is a milestone around the franchise.
By not having him involved in the plot, maybe in just a scene or two

Mark Waid said it best: I so wanted that movie to work,” said Mark Waid, “but every choice they made in that movie was wrong. If you’re making the movie in a vacuum, and there will be no other Superman movies ever again, go ahead and give him a son. But otherwise, that’s a staggeringly awful idea. What are you going to do next? Either the kid has to be a part of his life, or get superpowers, which no one wants to see. I want to go to them and say, ‘What were you thinking?’

Morrison, Waid and Meltzer all think the series has huge problems at this point:

http://www.comicboards.com/app/show.php?msg=superman-2008081214242066
I didn't read the link because I didn't quite feel like it but I think their problem is that they are looking at this from an ongoing comic book point of view. How many movies do you think their going to make in this universe? 3, 4? And that's not including the idea of a World's Finest or a Justice League movie. It really is not impossible to go on with this, or just have him in the background.

Here I'll come up with something at the top of my head. Richard gets his dream job in Europe or something which causes a riff in their relationship. Now Lois is alone with a kid and Clark helps out which brings them closer together. Basically it would just be three scenes totaling 5 minutes in a 2 hour films where the kid is either secen or just mentioned. One scene where Lois' dilemma is explained, one scene where Clark baby sits (I want to see that cause it's potential for hilarity), and one that has Lois and Clark talking. All other scenes related to their sub plot would not even have to mention the kid. There, in just a few minutes of thought I found a way to continue the universe with a kid in a way that would bring character developments that actually push the characters forward into new territories instead of just redoing what we've already seen.

Here's the biggest problem with a lot of superhero writers is that they think that every character has to be involved in the villain conflict. The girlfriend doesn't have to be in danger every time, The best friend doesn't have to help the hero during a battle. The the co worker (who you have the hots for)'s kid can be just that and still help the plot.
Also what about movie Lex, he is a waste, how is he supposed to become an ingenius corporate villain after his insanely stupid scheme in SR? Guys like Metallo and Parasite can't hold a movie by themselves, they are supposed to be Lex's henchmen and this Lex is not smart enough to create them.
I think the plot in SR was a pretty smart idea for actual global domination that combines All versions of Lex throughout the decades of interruptions, but lets not debate about that again.

In the sequel I would like to have Lex in a small role about his rise to greater power. Remember he was at the fortress and asked Jor-el to tell him everything, starting with crystals. It's not too much of a stretch to think he didn't pick up any other advance science that he could patent and eventually take over a company. In fact a great last shot would be lex saying he's renaming the company he took over to Lex Corp and maybe mention cadmus.
Sure they can just use brainiac in the next film, but then what, you have blown your entire creative wad in one story, Superman can't just fight alien invansions from there on out and going to Toyman after that would be a real downgrade.
You're right, but that says more about Superman's rogue galleries than this film. As I pointed out you can still build Lex up during the second film, and I'd rather see a JL movie than Superman 3
Look I don't like that it seems everyone is in a rush to reboot every movie super hero franchise, but its hard to ignore the problems SR has left with the franchise.
Just about every problem can be turned to a positive. In fact I think the ideas I've just come up with at the top of my head proves that you can do it. As I said it's not beyond saving and you could really make something great with what we have now.

Whether you liked the movie or not its really not that bad to warrant a reboot.
 

The Overlord

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I guess I'm going to say a little moreYeah, except TIH did overthrow the original origin with a new one. I'm saying you could do that without running over the previous one.

By not having him involved in the plot, maybe in just a scene or two.


I didn't read the link because I didn't quite feel like it but I think their problem is that they are looking at this from an ongoing comic book point of view. How many movies do you think their going to make in this universe? 3, 4? And that's not including the idea of a World's Finest or a Justice League movie. It really is not impossible to go on with this, or just have him in the background.

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That's a major plot point! That was the whole point of that movie and now you are just going to bury it? They made superman a father and then they are going to barely touch on it? That's very not good plot wise.

Here I'll come up with something at the top of my head. Richard gets his dream job in Europe or something which causes a riff in their relationship. Now Lois is alone with a kid and Clark helps out which brings them closer together. Basically it would just be three scenes totaling 5 minutes in a 2 hour films where the kid is either secen or just mentioned. One scene where Lois' dilemma is explained, one scene where Clark baby sits (I want to see that cause it's potential for hilarity), and one that has Lois and Clark talking. All other scenes related to their sub plot would not even have to mention the kid. There, in just a few minutes of thought I found a way to continue the universe with a kid in a way that would bring character developments that actually push the characters forward into new territories instead of just redoing what we've already seen..

So richard goes through character U turn to do this, jeeze at least give him a heroic death, that would be more inkeeping with what they saw on screen before.

What about the fact that Lois should know what Supermna is the father (unless she's a total moron, which isn't a strech from what I remember from SR), is that not supposed to addressed (thus reminding us that Superman is a dead beat dad)

Here's the biggest problem with a lot of superhero writers is that they think that every character has to be involved in the villain conflict. The girlfriend doesn't have to be in danger every time, The best friend doesn't have to help the hero during a battle. The the co worker (who you have the hots for)'s kid can be just that and still help the plot.

I think Morrison knows more about Superman then you and I, so I don't think you can come up with ideas that are better then his.

I think the plot in SR was a pretty smart idea for actual global domination that combines All versions of Lex throughout the decades of interruptions, but lets not debate about that again..

Yeah, well a lot of superman fans I spoke with think that version of Lex sucks, if they had gone corporate Lex everyone would have liked him vs. this version of Lex that is only liked by minority, which one would be better?

In the sequel I would like to have Lex in a small role about his rise to greater power. Remember he was at the fortress and asked Jor-el to tell him everything, starting with crystals. It's not too much of a stretch to think he didn't pick up any other advance science that he could patent and eventually take over a company. In fact a great last shot would be lex saying he's renaming the company he took over to Lex Corp and maybe mention cadmus...

That undermines Lex completely, he is supposed to be naturally intelligent, here he is some doofus who got lucky and found some tech he couldn't even have put to good use.

Also how would Lex get off from the scheme in SR, Kitty would testify against him, so would Lois and the kid and considering Lex is already known as a criminal how would he wiggle out of that one?

You're right, but that says more about Superman's rogue galleries than this film. As I pointed out you can still build Lex up during the second film, and I'd rather see a JL movie than Superman 3

So what we can never seen corporate Lex, Metallo, Parasite, Biazzaro, etc at all. Just Brainiac and that's it? What a waste!

Just about every problem can be turned to a positive. In fact I think the ideas I've just come up with at the top of my head proves that you can do it. As I said it's not beyond saving and you could really make something great with what we have now.

I don't think your ideas are very good at all, so you haven't turned these lemons into lemonade.

Whether you liked the movie or not its really not that bad to warrant a reboot.

A lot of Superman fans and writers would disagree.
 
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Foolsfolly

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Restart. Restart that ***** right the **** up. Get Singer out. Superman's got one of the best origins around, sure it's a tad overused and you'd probably think they shouldn't focus on it because everyone knows it right?

Well, not really. There's always new kids who will like to hear the story for the first time. There's also the opportunity to go back and turn the Kents into actual characters and not this....well I call them Aunt Mays since they're just old *** people who cannot die and only show up to spout wisdom or plot points.

Superman 1 is a good movie. But it does have flaws. I think the largest is the second half of the movie, it's campy and predictable and...just not good. Lex is a bumbling moron with a stupid plan which is reversed literally by turning back time by flying really fast...only the time turning seems to be haphazard since he didn't go back 10 minutes to punch Lex in the balls and stop his plan, he just did it to save Lois and then the earthquake in general is somehow ended that way.

So. Restart it. Get a good retelling. Work on who Clark is, because I read that link provided up there and Waid doesn't get it. Clark Kent is who the character is. Clark was raised Clark Kent and didn't know a damn thing about aliens and superpowers until later. He is instilled with human values and it's the human in him that makes him become Superman. It's not about loss, it's not that stupid Kill Bill 'this is how he sees us' thing either. Clark's a farmer's son with midwestern values who wants to use his powers for good.

It's really that simple. Superman's the every man. He comes from the soil, moves to the big city and fights injustice for the little man. It's not Batman. Clark is not tragic nor does he have any of the angst that Bruce does. They're very different and yet every time I hear someone talk about what to do with Superman it's to make him more like Bruce. Loss, that the human side is the mask and the superhero is who he really is...

It's not true for Clark. He's too humble to think that a bright suit and cape is who he is, and if he thought that was who he was...he'd be General Zod or any other Kyrptonian villain who comes to Earth smiles at their power and wants to bully around humans.
 
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Random

Didn't **** any of those *****es
That's a major plot point! That was the whole point of that movie and now you are just going to bury it? They made superman a father and then they are going to barely touch on it? That's very not good plot wise.

Actually it was suppose to get Clark Kent into the picture setting up a romance between those two and getting Clark to have the potential of becoming more of a father figure

And as I said this would not be a major plot, just a subplot to a larger story

So richard goes through character U turn to do this, jeeze at least give him a heroic death, that would be more inkeeping with what they saw on screen before.

What about the fact that Lois should know what Supermna is the father (unless she's a total moron, which isn't a strech from what I remember from SR), is that not supposed to addressed (thus reminding us that Superman is a dead beat dad)
Well it really wouldn't be a U turn for Richard, we can definitely see him feeling disconnected so its not hard to imagine that things can just fall apart between them. I've seen it happen before

And it's not a stretch to think that Superman lets (give custody) richard and Lois to raise the kid, until current upset in the relationship, and Lois would think that it would be dangerous if the world knew they'd be a target as well as thinking that he's too busy saving the world everyday.
Plus Clark coming into the picture would negate the deead beat dad image
I think Morrison knows more about Superman then you and I, so I don't think you can come up with ideas that are better then his.
And how many movies has he made? Plus I just read their ideas and they are not that great, plus I find it funny right under that article it says
Honestly, I'm so unimpressed with All Star Superman and what I've read of Meltzer's writing, that I wouldn't want to see their stuff. As for Waid, he's usually pretty horrible, too, in my opinion -- though I enjoyed the first half of Birthright -- so I'd pass on him, as well.

_rc

Yeah, well a lot of superman fans I spoke with think that version of Lex sucks, if they had gone corporate Lex everyone would have liked him vs. this version of Lex that is only liked by minority, which one would be better?
As I said, turn him into that corporate version. You don't need a reboot to get that. Just do a revamp
That undermines Lex completely, he is supposed to be naturally intelligent, here he is some doofus who got lucky and found some tech he couldn't even have put to good use.

He is an extremely intelligent guy working with what he has at his disposal. He is surrounded by Lesser thugs because he had to repay his dept from prison, he has to rely on people like Kitty cause he has no one he can trust, he finds a source of technology that gives himthe means to take over the the entire world, by destroying it and "saving" everyone but showing how to live on the new land mass.

Also how would Lex get off from the scheme in SR, Kitty would testify against him, so would Lois and the kid and considering Lex is already known as a criminal how would he wiggle out of that one?
Lack of evidence, all he has is circumstance evidence, even though Superman is a powerful witness he could argue that Superman is upset at him getting acquitted, besides he'd be more under the radar during his rise
So what we can never seen corporate Lex, Metallo, Parasite, Biazzaro, etc at all. Just Brainiac and that's it? What a waste!
Who said we wouldn't see them in a JL or WF movie?

I don't think your ideas are very good at all, so you haven't turned these lemons into lemonade.
Well we'll have to disagree there. I saw my ideas as a way of expanding the character and moving forward with what was established into new and original territory rather than just retreading on the same things we've seen before

I know quite a few of Superman fans who would agree.
I do know many fans, not just superman fans but general fans who would agree with me.

The thing is its not beyond recovery and its just lazy and redundant to default to a reboot.

And I'm done talking about this cause you seem very determined on hating rather than even trying to see the possibilities.
 

Langsta

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They shouuuuuuuuuuuuuld....reboot and make it into a trilogy like Nolan's Batman movies (I only want Nolan to make one more Batman).

And they don't have to mimic Marvel's new movies by having cameos from other characters to eventually lead to a team movie, the trilogies could just be self-contained.
 

The Overlord

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Actually it was suppose to get Clark Kent into the picture setting up a romance between those two and getting Clark to have the potential of becoming more of a father figure

And as I said this would not be a major plot, just a subplot to a larger story.

You can't just treat the fact that Superman is father as a minor plot point, that's a major plot point, in real life that would be life changing event.

And Lois not dealing with the fact that superman is a dead beat dad, which is what he is, is not good
Well it really wouldn't be a U turn for Richard, we can definitely see him feeling disconnected so its not hard to imagine that things can just fall apart between them. I've seen it happen before.

The guy who was willing to fly a bi-plane in a dangerous storm, to save Superman (a starnger) and now decides to abandon his son and wife, yeah there is a diconnect.

And it's not a stretch to think that Superman lets (give custody) richard and Lois to raise the kid, until current upset in the relationship, and Lois would think that it would be dangerous if the world knew they'd be a target as well as thinking that he's too busy saving the world everyday.
Plus Clark coming into the picture would negate the deead beat dad image.

So Clark changing diapers is supposed to negate the fact he slept with Lois and then buggered off to space for 5 years? Not so much as a note before he left. That's not Superman.

And how many movies has he made? Plus I just read their ideas and they are not that great, plus I find it funny right under that article it says.

Enough movies that gives a good view of the Superman mythos, not just Donner's version of it.

I like thier ideas better then your ideas (though not perfect, I agree with Foolsfolly)


As I said, turn him into that corporate version. You don't need a reboot to get that. Just do a revamp.

So will they explain why Lex isn't an idiot anymore?

Was there any good reason why we couldn't have gotten corporate Lex in SR?

He is an extremely intelligent guy working with what he has at his disposal. He is surrounded by Lesser thugs because he had to repay his dept from prison, he has to rely on people like Kitty cause he has no one he can trust, he finds a source of technology that gives himthe means to take over the the entire world, by destroying it and "saving" everyone but showing how to live on the new land mass..

Do have to explain why that plan was stupid again?

Why didn't use that tech to start his company right away or build weapons, like a warship that would allow him to take over the world right away?

Everyone would know he destroyed NA and everyone would be trying to kill him and who would want to live on that rock anywway.

Sure Lex "talked" about all this amazing tech, but we didn't see any of it (which is a major sin in movies, telling us about these instead of showing us such things).

There are so many holes in this plan its amazing, what's stop someone from killing him in his sleep a month later or what's to stop the US army from just taking the island from him?

Lack of evidence, all he has is circumstance evidence, even though Superman is a powerful witness he could argue that Superman is upset at him getting acquitted, besides he'd be more under the radar during his rise..

3 eye witness accounts would put away a known criminal in real life and this Lex doesn't have the influence comic Lex would have to counteract that.

Who said we wouldn't see them in a JL or WF movie?
..

The same reason you don't put Red Skull or Mandarin in an avengers movie, they are Superman villains, the justice League has their own villains.

Well we'll have to disagree there. I saw my ideas as a way of expanding the character and moving forward with what was established into new and original territory rather than just retreading on the same things we've seen before..

SR was a retread of Superman I and when have we ever seen a post crisis Superman on the silver screen? Just because fans have seen it before doesn't mean the general public has.

I do know many fans, not just superman fans but general fans who would agree with me.

The thing is its not beyond recovery and its just lazy and redundant to default to a reboot.

And I'm done talking about this cause you seem very determined on hating rather than even trying to see the possibilities.

Most of the fans on this thread don't seem to like SR. If it was such a great movie, why is Superman in development hell right now, huh?

So instead of movie that pleased most people (like Dark knight) we have a movie that at best splits the fan base, at worst alienates a lot of them. How is that a good thing?
 
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mike3717

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Restart. Restart that ***** right the **** up. Get Singer out. Superman's got one of the best origins around, sure it's a tad overused and you'd probably think they shouldn't focus on it because everyone knows it right?

Well, not really. There's always new kids who will like to hear the story for the first time. There's also the opportunity to go back and turn the Kents into actual characters and not this....well I call them Aunt Mays since they're just old *** people who cannot die and only show up to spout wisdom or plot points.

Superman 1 is a good movie. But it does have flaws. I think the largest is the second half of the movie, it's campy and predictable and...just not good. Lex is a bumbling moron with a stupid plan which is reversed literally by turning back time by flying really fast...only the time turning seems to be haphazard since he didn't go back 10 minutes to punch Lex in the balls and stop his plan, he just did it to save Lois and then the earthquake in general is somehow ended that way.

So. Restart it. Get a good retelling. Work on who Clark is, because I read that link provided up there and Waid doesn't get it. Clark Kent is who the character is. Clark was raised Clark Kent and didn't know a damn thing about aliens and superpowers until later. He is instilled with human values and it's the human in him that makes him become Superman. It's not about loss, it's not that stupid Kill Bill 'this is how he sees us' thing either. Clark's a farmer's son with midwestern values who wants to use his powers for good.

It's really that simple. Superman's the every man. He comes from the soil, moves to the big city and fights injustice for the little man. It's not Batman. Clark is not tragic nor does he have any of the angst that Bruce does. They're very different and yet every time I hear someone talk about what to do with Superman it's to make him more like Bruce. Loss, that the human side is the mask and the superhero is who he really is...

It's not true for Clark. He's too humble to think that a bright suit and cape is who he is, and if he thought that was who he was...he'd be General Zod or any other Kyrptonian villain who comes to Earth smiles at their power and wants to bully around humans.

I agree! I actually think they could reboot it and use Superman for all Seasons as the base for the origin story. It establishes Lex as a corporate villian and more importantly it establishes Clark as a human and build his character well. (I hate to say it also since I hate Loeb with a frothing passion but, SFAS was good) It could also be used to set up the villian for the next movie. I would love to see Parasite or Bizarro. (Brainiac also but I think that would be more of a 3rd film since it could dig up Kandor and Krypton type stuff) I also think that the Superman movie franchise could be used to launch a Legion of Superheros movie. (awesome!!!)

DC's movie franchises could (and SHOULD!!!) be as good or better than Marvels, but for some reason when it comes to turning their products into movies they drop the ball. I want to write the next 3 Superman movies!!
8)8)
 

The Overlord

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I agree! I actually think they could reboot it and use Superman for all Seasons as the base for the origin story. It establishes Lex as a corporate villian and more importantly it establishes Clark as a human and build his character well. (I hate to say it also since I hate Loeb with a frothing passion but, SFAS was good) It could also be used to set up the villian for the next movie. I would love to see Parasite or Bizarro. (Brainiac also but I think that would be more of a 3rd film since it could dig up Kandor and Krypton type stuff) I also think that the Superman movie franchise could be used to launch a Legion of Superheros movie. (awesome!!!)

DC's movie franchises could (and SHOULD!!!) be as good or better than Marvels, but for some reason when it comes to turning their products into movies they drop the ball. I want to write the next 3 Superman movies!!
8)8)

One problem they shouldn't use Lex as the sole villain again in any movies, superman needs a villain he can fight, so Parasite or Metallo shouldn't be the first movie of any reboot, they need more action. That was a big problem in SR.

Anyway there should be the first movie with corporate Lex creating a henchmen (Parasite or Metallo, whoever) to defeat Superman, possibely the henchman trns agaisnt Lex and tres to kill him and Superman saves lex's life.

The second movie should deal with an alien invasion (best choice: brainiac) and then they can do a Justice league series.
 

mike3717

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One problem they shouldn't use Lex as the sole villain again in any movies, superman needs a villain he can fight, so Parasite or Metallo shouldn't be the first movie of any reboot, they need more action. That was a big problem in SR.

If Lex is done right he is a formidable villian who can and should provide Superman plenty of action. He has never been properly fleshed out in any of these movies. He has always been sort of a joke. He needs to be re-worked to be a true threat. Plus it would take care of the intro/origin of the next villian for the next movie, which could then just jump into the action (ala Dark Knight).

The second movie should deal with an alien invasion (best choice: brainiac) and then they can do a Justice league series.

Oh yeah. Brainiac COULD be a good one. But only if they included Kandor. I also think the Brainiac one would lead nicely into a Legion of Superheroes movie. ( I know I mentioned it before but I really like the idea)

Honestly, I haven't seen anything from DC that would indicate that they could pull off a Justice League movie that would be any good. Plus you would need to introduce more characters through their own movies (ie Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Aquaman) like Marvel is doing with Avengers.

It couldn't be like X-Men where new characters just kind of show up.
 

ProjectX2

Don't expect me to take you with me when I go to s
Superman Returns should have been Superman Begins and it should have rebooted the series just like Batman Begins. ****ing Bryan Singer and his Richard Donner love.
 

Langsta

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I'm watching Superman Returns on On Demand right now. It's not that bad....I just wish it wasn't like a "rehashing" of the first Superman movie. Singer pretty much replicates/rehashes scenes from the first movie.
 
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