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I don't exactly think they have confirmed that Amazing Spider-Man 3 will be Andrews last one. There has been some talk, yes, but it hasn't been officially confirmed as far as I know.
@MadTatter730 I haven't read the Miles Morales storyline so as of now I'm neither for or against the possibility of adapting it to the big screen (but I do think it sounds kind of interesting).

It's just that your rather short comment with "garfield needs to stfu" wasn't exactly the most informative or insightful post.
@MadTatter730 So what is your problem?
I was pleasantly surprised of Dredd. Would love to see a sequel.
@thedude1 A lot of the Marvel movies have been pretty average as well. Aside from a few duds (Spider-Man 3, X-Men 3 and Origins: Wolverine) I think Sony and Fox have a pretty good track record. And if you look past Nolans Batman trilogy (which I do believe is some of the best comic book movies ever), Warner Brothers/DC haven't really had great luck adapting comic books for quite some time (the opinion on Man of Steel is very split).
Looks like they are subtly trying to incorporate some of Patrick Stewarts facial characteristics on to Mcavoy.
The Scarlett Johansson one is not too good. A werid stance, and has obviously been heavily photoshop'ed. I know, every poster has some 'touch up', but here it is just too obvious.
Are we sure that is a new job? She also worked at Oscorp in the first Amazing Spider-Man
Agent-Cooper wrote a comment about the news item Godzilla Trailer Is Here!
Awesome teaser.
@therealGoku He is in no way calling it sh*t. Where do you get that from? All he is saying in that quote is that it is not a perfect movie (how many movies are anyway?), and it was a challenge to redo the origin story since a lot of people have very strong opinions about that aspect of the character. Which you gotta agree with since they had to make it fresh yet recognizable, and a lot of people had a negative attitude towards it before they even released a trailer.

@Supes1976 Exactly! People should take a second to actually read what is being said instead of jumping to conlusions.
Agent-Cooper wrote a comment about the news item Second Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Trailer
Elba is great and deserves recognition, but yeah, the competition is tough.
Agent-Cooper wrote a comment about the news item Dear Mr. Watterson Trailer
Not the most interesting trailer, but I love Calvin and Hobbes (great sense of humour), so will probably check this out.
That was pretty awesome
This just made my day.
How can one not like Keanu? The guy is completely zen... and awesome.
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A lot of these arguments are kind of thin if you ask me. 'He has played a superhero before'. So? Every character is different - same goes for superheroes so I'm not sure exactly how much of an advantage that will be in the end. 'Has experience in the mystery genere = will therefore incoporate more detective stuff'. Isn't that really up to the writing? 'Him as Batman is the most interesting thing about Superman VS Batman right now'. Sure, but that's because its basically the only thing we know so far. And 'they look good next to each other'.. Don't even know what to say about that..

Don't get me wrong. I'm not against Affleck as Batman (he will probably do pretty well), but I just found these arguments to be rather flimsy..
How very interesting..
My top pick would probably be Robert Knepper. He has the look and if you have seen his performance on Prison Break as T-Bag you will know that he can without a doubt pull it off.


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