Ice said:The Young Avengers. If it's not them....then wtf...
I'm surprize Marvel is doing it before DC, they already over came the biggest problem of a crossover the rights. But by Marvel selling their more popular titles out (Spider-man, X-men, etc) they built up the funds to do this themselvesmoonmaster said:Ya know, this actually makes sense.
I've always thought that the problem with making a JLA movie or an Avengers movie would be setting up each character and then giving them their moment in the spotlight.
They could totally make this work if they set all the upcoming movies in the same universe. Down the pike we have Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, and Ant-Man. They can do those in order to establish the characters, then have all the actors reprise their roles for the Avengers movie.
I'm definitely not saying that this is going to turn out good, but I think the continuity idea would at least be a neat thing to see done.
Rhyo said:The rest of the movies off the Power Point slides:
Live-action, produced by Marvel: Iron Man (scheduled out in 2008), Captain America (writer: David Self, Road to Perdition, 13 Days), Ant-Man (Scott Lang. Writer Edgar Wright, Sean of the Dead), Nick Fury (writer Andrew Marlowe, Airforce One, Hollow Man, End of Days), Thor (writer Mark Protosevich, I am Legend, The Cell)
Live action movies from other movie studios: Ghost Rider, Spider-Man 3, Fantastic Four 2. Tentative movies: Deathlok, Gargoyle (Marvel has the rights to Gargoyles? This must be a different Gargoyle), Magneto, Namor, Punisher 2, Wolverine.
Direct to DVD Animation: Iron Man, Dr. Strange, "Teen Avengers" (!?)
TV Series: Fantastic Four, "Wolverine and the X-Men" (okay, we know who Marvel thinks is the popular one), Iron Man, Spider-Man.
A lot of this stuff is tentative and the schedules aren't announced. "Vapor-ware" if you will.
Well I dont think it will start production for years, plus after the Cap, Ironman, Thor and Ant man pictures come out there will have to be a bunch of rewritesultimatedjf said:But on topic, "Avengers" movie? I say: Bring it on, Marvel. Unless it sucks. Then in that case bring it off and get back to working on your other 46 films planned for the next five years.