Movie Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018)

BIV

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Looks like it could fun.

Peter Porker or no sale.
 

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Looks cool I’m in
 

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That's about right. Peter Parker comes across as a fucktard, Miles is the ethnic that's smarter than Peter, and Gwen will show the boys how it's done.

Par for the course, no?
 

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I'm in. And maybe the diversity whiners will pipe down once this does well. Looks quite good.
 

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I'm in. And maybe the diversity whiners will pipe down once this does well. Looks quite good.
It probably won’t do well, and I suspect this will cause more problems than it solves in regards to whining.
 

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It probably won’t do well, and I suspect this will cause more problems than it solves in regards to whining.
Did Mask of the Phantasm do well? I remember it being the better Batman movie that year. I dunno, I think this film has a shot.
 

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I think it’s a very well regarded movie but it definitely didn’t make any money.
It looks family friendly enough (the father making the kid say I love you is a scene you'd see in most of these schlock cgi movies) that it may do well. But there's the superhero fatigue settling in.
 

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It looks family friendly enough (the father making the kid say I love you is a scene you'd see in most of these schlock cgi movies) that it may do well. But there's the superhero fatigue settling in.
There’s no superhero fatigue. The two highest grossing films of this year are superhero movies.

It’s more about the perception that movies like this should be straight to DVD, based on the very successful DC Animated films.
 

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There’s no superhero fatigue. The two highest grossing films of this year are superhero movies.

It’s more about the perception that movies like this should be straight to DVD, based on the very successful DC Animated films.
Yeah I was surprised this was hitting the theaters by the trailer but that was Sony's plan from the start when they announced sharing Spider-Man with the MCU.
 

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There’s no superhero fatigue. The two highest grossing films of this year are superhero movies.

It’s more about the perception that movies like this should be straight to DVD, based on the very successful DC Animated films.
Three highest.
 

LiddyRules

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Here's a question I have probably not for this thread, but whatever. Between Solo, Justice League, and Geostorm (there's a reason that's on my mind today...), do you think studios will start to rethink spending for extravagant, most-of-the-movie reshoots? I acknowledge the reason they had to do it for Justice League, but I think the only one it actually probably worked for is Rogue One.
 

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Here's a question I have probably not for this thread, but whatever. Between Solo, Justice League, and Geostorm (there's a reason that's on my mind today...), do you think studios will start to rethink spending for extravagant, most-of-the-movie reshoots? I acknowledge the reason they had to do it for Justice League, but I think the only one it actually probably worked for is Rogue One.
The studios won't learn a damn thing. They'll keep doubling down on this insanity
 

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Here's a question I have probably not for this thread, but whatever. Between Solo, Justice League, and Geostorm (there's a reason that's on my mind today...), do you think studios will start to rethink spending for extravagant, most-of-the-movie reshoots? I acknowledge the reason they had to do it for Justice League, but I think the only one it actually probably worked for is Rogue One.
What I hope will happen is that they will start planning for longer productions. This idea that you can churn out a movie of this size in 16 months is ridiculous. Even the Marvel movies have suffered from rushed production schedules (looking at you Black Panther and Thor Ragnarok)
 
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Spider Gwen sucks.

I've never read her comics and know nothing about her but I'm confident in stating this as fact.
 

BIV

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What I hope will happen is that they will start planning for longer productions. This idea that you can churn out a movie of this size in 16 months is ridiculous. Even the Marvel movies have suffered from rushed production schedules (looking at you Black Panther and Thor Ragnarok)
Ragnarok was a great film, but some of that CGI was painful.