As much as I love Sam Raimi, I was never a big fan of his Spiderman movies. I actually thought one of the weakest parts was the casting. Tobey Macguire just never felt like Peter Parker or Spiderman to me. I actually prefer Andrew Garfield. He has the banter and wit that seemed to be lacking...
What happened to the bottom half of Quicksilver? He has some fun colors on the top but then they throw a pair of black pants and some sneakers on the bottom? Maybe this is a scene before he gets an actual superhero costume. At least I hope that's the case.
Yes, I believe he is. Which is probably for the best I suppose. Fable III was the weakest of the bunch and with the progression of time over the course of the games I'm not sure how far he could really go before Albion hits modern day. Though I suppose that could be interesting too. In any case...
It's ok, I forgive him. I hope he keeps trying to make that perfect jewel that's in his mind, because it sounds really good! If he can't quite get there at least I'll have some new Fable games to play, which isn't necessarily a bad thing.
I think it could make a fun movie. The game gets bogged down a lot with all the shooting. I mean, that's quite the body count. A movie wouldn't need that extra video game padding so you'd get a nice streamlined story. Of course that all depends on the story not being completely awful... like...
I really enjoy the New 52 stuff. I'd be willing to check this out, though based on some of the comments that might be a mistake.
I agree with some of the others though. I'd prefer a new television series rather than the occasional movie.
While I didn't hate Superman Returns, it certainly wasn't a good movie. I'm glad it didn't continue.
I realize I'm in the minority when I say this, but I really think Man of Steel is the best Superman so far. I enjoy Donner's, but they are awfully campy and cheesy.
For the record, reboots annoy me. However, I have never wanted a movie series to be rebooted as badly as I want the X-Men to be. Unfortunately, this Gambit casting news makes me wonder if it might actually be possible to make a rebooted X-Men series worse than what we've had recently.