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541. Posted: Thu 15th Aug 2013 21:12 BST
Honestly I know I will get laughs at this but I can see Ashton Kutcher as Wayne and Batman but from what I heard they are looking at someone older.
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542. Posted: Thu 15th Aug 2013 21:45 BST
Downey did not get paid 50 mil for Avengers. He does however have "points" on the back-end of the Marvel films he's in — meaning that he gets a percentage of the box office take made by the movie (Nicholson had a similar deal for Burton's Batman flick), which was part of his contract re-negotiations following the success of the original Iron Man film. His total take from the film is actually over the 50 mil mark (Nicholson supposedly raked in around 60 mil), but that's not what he was paid for the film, and the money was wholly dependent upon the film's box office take.
As a general rule, there are very few actors who rate at a level where the studio is willing to negotiate a points-deal like that (think: Tom Cruise, etc), and studios are always very reluctant to do it. While Bale certainly has cache, he is not necessarily at that level — regardless of how good his portrayal was (the fact that he also has a slight rep of being difficult to work with on set doesn't help).
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543. Posted: Thu 15th Aug 2013 22:09 BST
I heard Downey didn't want to do Ironman anymore and then there were numerous articles that said he is getting paid $50 million for each of the last 2 Avengers.
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544. Posted: Fri 16th Aug 2013 00:07 BST
I feel bad that we're de-railing this DC thread, so i'll just say this — those articles are either misinformed or misleading, or you didn't read them closely enough. There's been no official word on what Downey's getting paid for Avengers 2 & 3, and the "50 mil" numbers being thrown around are all speculation based on the total he's reportedly raked in from the first Avengers movie (70-80 mil) as a result of his back-end points deal.
That being said, Downey is in a unique position, where he is in the proverbial catbird seat in negotiations with Disney/Marvel — that was why he supposedly "didn't want to do Iron Man any more"; he was always going to be coming back, and he (and his agents) knew he had Disney/Marvel over a barrel when it comes to how much he can get (Disney/Marvel has reportedly done economic studies based on Marvel film box office totals that suggest that they would stand to lose as much as 10% of their box-office take if Stark was re-cast at this point in time).
In short though (to bring this back to DC, lol), Bale is nowhere near RDJ in terms of how much the studios would be willing to throw at him for a return.
Edited on Fri 16th August, 2013 @ 00:08 by the_shpydar
545. Posted: Fri 16th Aug 2013 02:41 BST
I'm thinking about trying some of those animated films they have on Netflix Instant Streaming (both DC & Marvel), and am wondering, would I have to have extensive comic knowledge to follow them, do you have to watch them in a certain order, or are they stand alone stories?
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546. Posted: Fri 16th Aug 2013 03:09 BST
The only one I really watched was Under the Red Hood and that one is a stand alone.
547. Posted: Fri 16th Aug 2013 03:30 BST
Even if they're adapting stories that tied into more comics or events (such as Red Hood tieing in with Infinite Crisis) the movies are stand alone. I'd say try Red Hood or Batman Year one as those are usually considered the best.
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Superman Unchained. Jim Lee can really throw down when he's inspired to. I'm not sure what the style is called but I love his more sketchish style with all of the lines around. Plus its a cover with Clark and Lois apparently sharing a moment. You don;t get that much with the whole Superman/Wonder Woman combo.
Makes sense in world without a Justice League the first born of Batman would be one of the few to step up. The cover really catches the eye as you wonder why what appears to be Superman is hunting down what could be considered his Godson.
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548. Posted: Fri 16th Aug 2013 20:32 BST
I have been subscribing to Batman for a while now and I was wondering if the Annual issues are a stand alone and aren't a part of the subscription, or I got ripped off and they forgot to send me one.
549. Posted: Sat 17th Aug 2013 05:17 BST
Annuals are usually stand alone and in the case of the Batman ones don't really have any relevance on the story. Its still a pretty cool one. (Batman testing out how good the Arkham Asylum defenses were)
550. Posted: Sat 17th Aug 2013 22:25 BST
Just finished watching Batman Year One for the first time. It was pretty good (may have even enjoyed it more than the Dark Knight trilody), and I'll probably get around to watching the other animated films eventually.
551. Posted: Mon 19th Aug 2013 22:38 BST
Just got Batman issue #23 a couple days ago. I can't wait for the next issue. I am really liking the origin tale for this series.
I have really been thinking about getting Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 2 on Blu-ray soon.
552. Posted: Fri 23rd Aug 2013 05:22 BST
So it looks like Ben Affleck will be the next Batman
553. Posted: Fri 23rd Aug 2013 06:10 BST
I like Ben Affleck. I think he'll do Batman justice.
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554. Posted: Fri 23rd Aug 2013 06:10 BST
Dude's an awesome director and pretty decent actor. I like him in the Kevin Smith films so there's that. Will have to process it and go watch daredevil.
555. Posted: Fri 23rd Aug 2013 14:16 BST
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556. Posted: Sat 24th Aug 2013 01:33 BST
My initial knee-jerk reaction to Bat Affleck is that it is a horrible, horrible choice.
But then I remember the general reaction/outrage when Keaton was cast, and he turned out to be phenomenal.
So while I don't think Affleck is really suited to play Batman, i'm trying to withhold judgment for now. I'm trying real hard, ringo.
And for the record, I like Affleck in general. He was the bomb in Phantoms, yo.
557. Posted: Sat 24th Aug 2013 01:37 BST
Justice League Canada.
Justice League Canada.
Lemire's a good man and it has Adam Strange so its going to be good. It sucks that Kindt won't be staying on and the book being based in Canda.
558. Posted: Sat 24th Aug 2013 02:23 BST
Apparently the one who's been in Deathstroke and Stormwatch is a fake.
559. Posted: Sun 25th Aug 2013 03:21 BST
So I have been reading around the web that the second series of Arrow is also going to introduce the League of Shadows as well. Kinda makes sense if you think about last season. Not sure if Ra's al Ghul will make an appearance or not.
560. Posted: Sun 25th Aug 2013 15:59 BST
Been seeing it as well, seems that Malcom Meryln was apart of the group. (The reckoning or whatever it called makes alot more sense.) Next season seems to be going all out with the crazy.