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Comic Book Movie - Sat, 2014-09-20 10:51

Deadpool Movie Ideas What I Want To See   1. Make Deadpool a Continuity Scapegoat Any fan of Deadpool knows that literally anything can happen in a Deadpool movie, so I want them to use that. "The timeline got changed because of DOFP" is lazy and shouldn't be their excuse to retcon everything fans don't like. However, fans will be more accepting if Deadpool gets ahold of some strange contraption that allows him to, for lack of a better word, "fix" the X-Men universe so the future films can do whatever they want without any limits.

EDITORIAL: A DEADPOOL Movie? How's That Gonna Work?   So, unless you've been concealing yourself under a rock for the past two days, you're probably fully aware that we're receiving a Deadpool movie on February 12th 2016, God willing. However, despite the fact most people might consider Deadpool a waste of a character that doesn't even deserve the comic book cult following he has, plenty of fan input has led to this movie being something of a reality. So, with that comes the fact that the movie will face trials and tribulations and though some will be conquerable, others will not be so easy to deal with.

IGN UK Podcast #246: Destiny, Deadpool and Duckhunt! You wait for ages and three come along at once. Yes, we've waited for what seems like an eternity and now Destiny is here, Krupa, Luke and Alex all decided to play at Hunters. Duh.


Franchise-powered Disney can't rest on laurels, studio president says – Walt Disney Studios is riding its big tent-pole movies to box-office success, having put out the two biggest movies of the year so far: "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "Captain America: The Winter Soldier." 4 days 10 hours ago via jackiechan

Things May Be Heating Up On Doctor Strange Movie We have an interesting report from Screen Daily about a release date for and shooting time for Marvel’s upcoming film Doctor Strange. The report says that Marvel is in negotiations to film the movie at Pinewood Studios in May 2015 with a planned release date of July 8, 2016. The film has a director in Scott Derrickson and Jon Spaihts is working on the latest version of the screenplay.

James Gunn Spills Details on a ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Deleted Scene Guardians of the Galaxy already involves more dancing to classic rock than all of the other Marvel movies combined. However, it seems there was yet another musical moment that wound up on the cutting room floor. Director James Gunn spilled the details on a Guardians of the Galaxy deleted scene showing a prison guard (played by Spencer Wilding) giving in to the awesomeness of ’70s Scottish band Pilot.

• Matt Murdock takes on his first big case in his new hometown--and the opposition is killer! • Daredevil is faced with a menace he has no idea how to fight--the Purple Children! DAREDEVIL #8 Written by MARK WAID Pencils & Cover by CHRIS SAMNEE

BOX OFFICE: GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Hits $300M Domestic; $600M Worldwide According to The Wrap (who cite Disney as an official source on this news), Guardians of the Galaxy has now reached two more box office milestones by hitting the $300 million mark both domestically and overseas. It's the highest grossing release of 2014 in North America, topping fellow Marvel Studios release Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($259.7 million) and another release starring Chris Pratt, The LEGO Movie ($257.7 million).

Japanese ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Spots Capture the Film’s Weird Sense of Fun Guardians of the Galaxy is the highest-grossing film of 2014 in the US so far, and is doing well overseas. It hasn’t even opened in some markets, which is why there are new Japanese Guardians of the Galaxy TV spots. And these spots are great. They focus on Rocket, Groot, and the bunch of losers as a whole. Each spot opens with some normal images of raccoons or trees, before going to the familiar images of our weird heroes messing up jumpsuited aliens in the prison sequence.

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