But will the casual movie goer be? I mean, Mark Ruffalo doesn't sell tickets, throw in a Hulk story line that only comic fans know of, and is that going to make a ton of money? I don't know. In ways, the same can kind of be said for Guardians...but it had bigger names than Ruffalo.
I think enough casual fans know about the hulk for him to carry a solo movie.
Even if he doesn't the Marvel name will bring in enough box office. The only thing I really see stopping marvel is if people get superhero fatigue with all these studios now wanting a huge shared universe for their comic films including a lot of spinoff films.
Yes, yes it was. This thread was started a week late.
I wasn't feeling last night's episode. Love the Penguin though. Riddler too. I wish he got more time. Interesting tidbit: the guy that poured the wine in the club to the crime boss, then got beat up, was called Lazlo. I did some Googling and there is a Batman villain named Professor Pyg (real name Lazlo) who is super crazy and wears a pig mask. Well, if you saw the previews for next week, there is a dude in a pig mask!
Cat ... girl's eyes are WAY too far apart. It's creepy.
She was cast in part because how much she looks like Michelle Pfeiffer..
Gettleman seems to run things in your more stereotypical abrasive New Yorker kind of way, which there is nothing wrong with but it can rub people the wrong way and for Smith it was probably a major change of pace when you're use to Hurney. A guy that would get on a plane and fly to you just to tell you he has to cut you.
Another Marvel superhero is coming to the big screen. “Deadpool” is officially set to open in theaters on Feb. 12, 2016, after Fox shifted release dates for several productions, including “The Fantastic Four” and “Assassin’s Creed,” on Thursday