Have you seen X-Men: First Class? He shows up in that.
Yeah... I chuckled out loud, because I had just put together this Casting Post a few hour before seeing the film. :)
Yeah, I was surprised to see him in First Class. Now, what kind of film would Psychoman fit in? Since F4 is on the backburner after the last two failures. Could he be an Avengers villain?
ree boot FF and do it right ( that menas stick to the scorce matarial,.NOT the Ultimates ) OR, just do a reeboot as an animated feature ( 3-D, not 2D) which personally, is the way Marvel should be doing thier films.
holy SHIT... was Xmen: First Class AWESOME or WHAT?!? didn't search a lot of material from the movie online 'cause i didn't want to know, so i went in w/ minimal to no expectations in all ways and honestly...it blew my freakin' mind. kinda crappy to stay past the credits to find NOTHING.saw Pirates in 3D the next day (fam on vacation, others wanted to see it, done deal) & it wasn't even half as good as Xmen, which i believe to be better than the best of the older Xmen films.anyway, Pirates LOOKED good (Real-3D), despite not being anywhere near as good, and actually HAD something at the end of the credits, whereas Xmen didn't! ?!?!?
...but w/ the "to 3D or NOT to 3D, that is the question" convo all going on...Xmen was AMAZING in 2D, but is a PERFECT example of "movies that would be merely enhanced by 3D instead of relying on cheap tricks because it lacked". much like Avatar, just a damn good film that immersed you even further inside by using this new technology, done WELL, as a tool.but, hell, this Xmen would've been just as amazing in B&W. lol cheers on a job WELL done, can't wait ot see it again.
i mean 3D as in an ANIMATED feature done in 3D ala Incredibles, Kung Fu Panda,..ect.. NOT film 3Dyou just can't capture the imagery and scope of the MU in live action,..you have to dumb everything down due to the audience, and VFX budget.
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