Full article here.
Full article here.
I fully intend to go into the movie theater and plunk down my hard earned $20 (for me and my girlfriend) with the full expectation that this movie is going to suck and the hope that this movie going suck so that there's absolutely no possibility whatsoever that I will enjoy the movie.
Seriously guys? A poll about what we do or don't like about that doesn't come out for 2 months?!? We're supposed to vote about changes made to a movie based upon what we've read on the internet?!? You guys are making Rich Johnson look like a serious journalist.
I don't care about the "changes". I care that with only a couple of months to go, everything I see about the film looks desaturated, introspective, and "grounded".
And if I see that bloody "handcuff" scene one more time...
Mario Di Giacomo
All the stuff about genetic-engineering on Krypton and Kal-El being a natural conception could be interesting, and if it works, I could see it being incorporated into the comics later, like they incorporated the whole style of Krypton with crystals from the Donner films into the comics.
Pull list: Aquaman, Batman, Batman Inc, Green Lantern, Justice League, Superman Unchained, JLA
A poll about a movie that hasn't even come out yet...how utterly pointless.
Snyder is just another guy who doesn't get it, can't say I'm surprised.
Doomed Planet. Desperate Scientists. Last Hope. Kindly Couple.
The changes to krypton are a bit of a red flag, but it will all come down to execution, so I'm going to withhold judgement until I see the movie.
I like swords.
It's not that Snyder, Goyer and Nolan don't get Superman. It's that they're making a different version of Superman for the cinema universe, rather than just rehash what was done before. And it's been said since 09, that Goyer's story was going to borrow from "Man Of Steel".
Without knowing what said changes are, since there's no mention of them anywhere in the Poll's article, I can't really give an answer.
I believe all that needs to be said has been. So here’s my two cents.”
-- ScottMC, inadvertently summing up the Internet.