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THE MARVELS Director Nia DaCosta Says She Was Pushing For More [SPOILERS] In The Movie
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garu - 11/21/2023, 11:17 AM
hell yeah Morbius on another top 10 list, the W's never stop coming

Origame - 11/21/2023, 11:28 AM
@garu - hey now. It got another w. It proved to be more profitable than an mcu movie 🤣
garu - 11/21/2023, 11:30 AM
@Origame - lfg
Matador - 11/21/2023, 11:19 AM
marvel72 - 11/21/2023, 11:19 AM
Dredd is great movie,should have made more.

Matador - 11/21/2023, 11:21 AM
@FireandBlood - While this is 100% true it still made money for them; this other movies did not make any studio money.
FireandBlood - 11/21/2023, 11:23 AM
@Matador - It lost them more in the long run than any of these movies will cost the studio, including being one of the reasons Flash was doomed to fail in the first place
Matador - 11/21/2023, 11:28 AM
@FireandBlood - No doubt, Zack Snyder was the wrong choice to spearhead DC Universe.
Matador - 11/21/2023, 11:20 AM
Dredd was actually pretty good though.

FireandBlood - 11/21/2023, 11:21 AM
You can talk all the shit about The Marvels and The Flash, but there will NEVER be a bigger genre failure than Batman v Superman. DC are still reeling from that blunder

Origame - 11/21/2023, 11:29 AM
@FireandBlood - nah. That's definitely the marvels. People actually wanted to see bvs.
IronMan616 - 11/21/2023, 11:33 AM
@FireandBlood - Funny you should post that gif, speaking about blunders, another blunder was Deontay Wilder not taking that 3 fight/$100 million dollar deal DAZN offered him to fight Anthony Joshua, which were very winnable fights, instead of taking chump change to get KO'd by Fury. Hindsight is a MFer.
FireandBlood - 11/21/2023, 11:42 AM
@Origame - They wanted to see it, but they never came back to see anything after. Batman v Superman was the catalyst to multiple reboots and a 7 year slate of movies failing. It cost WB more money than any movie has ever cost an any studio because it destroyed a brand.

The Marvels came and went. It’ll never have that effect on Marvel past, future or present. By this time next year, nobody will even remember it. Except you. You’ll still be talking about it.
Origame - 11/21/2023, 11:45 AM
@FireandBlood - 1) wonder woman was the movie immediately after it, directly tying its story to that of bvs, and was not only loved by audiences but made about the same as bvs. Sure, the series eventually fell apart, but there were still solid film releases in the dceu. And the main problem is they gave a half hearted reboot attempt to justice league with no plan on how that would work, and no plan on where the franchise would go after Snyder.

2) dude, nobody went to that film. And that's with the brand recognition of the mcu. This is showing their brand recognition is gone. They're delaying films left and right, ordering massive reshoots, and completely starting over some of their biggest projects, including both avengers movies. And FYI, people still remember captain marvel.
FireandBlood - 11/21/2023, 11:55 AM
@Origame - And they’re doing none of that because of The Marvels. Everything DC has done till this day started with a reaction to Batman v Superman failing. Literally everything, from reshuffling their slate, movies not even being made, down to multiple reboots, soft and hard (including Wonder Woman), to outright watching years and years worth of movies failing back-to-back. Or are you forgetting the fact that DC hasn’t released a DCEU movie that’s made a dollar profit in 5 years?

I know you’re pretty much as disingenuous as they come, but not even you can sit there and pretend that Marvel’s even close to being in a similar position to DC right now, and especially not because of a movie that came out less than two weeks ago.
GarthRanzz - 11/21/2023, 1:00 PM
@FireandBlood - BvS made close 900 Million. It set up Wonder Woman and Aquaman both were massive hits. David Ayer's Suicide Squad also came immediately following and also was a hit. Did the studio overreact? Absolutely and guess what? Most people can look back and say DC should have stayed course. Since Snyder split with the studio, only Aquaman has done good. A film by the way where Wan included Snyder in the process.
Origame - 11/21/2023, 1:02 PM
@FireandBlood - ...what do you mean they're not doing that? They're deliberately changing the direction of the mcu because of flops like the marvels. Exactly what you claimed dc was doing with bvs. This is just changing the goal post.

And you call me disingenuous 🤣
FireandBlood - 11/21/2023, 2:14 PM
@Origame - They’re changing the direction of the MCU because their lead star might be going to jail and because of Disney+, not because of The Marvels. Literally every movie leading up to Kang Dynasty is still in production, nothing has changed at all on that front. Honestly, the rubbish you come out with. 😂

The problem is, you’ve spent so much time of your life putting so much importance on a movie Marvel cares less about than you, so now you’re trying to make The Marvels into this cataclysmic event that it’s not, when all the movie was, was glorified filler. It cost them money, but it changed nothing.
Origame - 11/21/2023, 2:15 PM
@FireandBlood - ...dude, captain america and daredevil both are going through massive shifts in terms of reshoots, with daredevil effectively starting from scratch. And that makes no sense from a production standpoint to just recast Kang if it was just majors they worried about.

You're denial of the situation is astounding. 🤣
Baf - 11/21/2023, 2:18 PM
@FireandBlood - You are absolutely right. Marvel is not even close to being in a similar position to DC right now. Marvel has nowhere to go but down.
Baf - 11/21/2023, 2:21 PM
@Origame - I remember when "dark and grounded" was a joke at the expense of DC. Now the Marvel narrative is "We need to be more grounded!"
FireandBlood - 11/21/2023, 2:53 PM
@Origame - And guess what? Daredevil is 1) A Disney+ show and 2) Was being retooled before The Marvels dropped. There’s no connection. And we all know Captain America is being retooled because of the Israel/Palestine conflict. This is what I mean about you being disingenuous. The Marvels has nothing to do with either of those projects or the reasons behind them being retooled, yet somehow, it’s a bigger failure than a movie that literally lead to the death of an entire brand. Haha, okay then, bud 🥴
FireandBlood - 11/21/2023, 2:56 PM
@Baf - DC is a joke at the expense of the genre. Half the reason people are sick of these movies is because outside of Marvel for the last decade, all WB/DC has been producing is straight trash, flop after flop.
Origame - 11/21/2023, 3:22 PM
@FireandBlood - 1) so what if it's a disney+ series? That proves nothing. Marvel has always treated the series the way they've treated the movies. And you do know we had projections and online discourse when it came to the marvels, right? Even if it was on the high end for projections, it was still gonna flop because of the massive budget. Or do you think it's a coincidence the end credits with beast just leaked? Or all those reshoots for the marvels that happened?

2) everything pertaining to Israeli/Palestine would've been caught in filming. And since it's from a minor character who isn't even Palestinian in this version, it's not enough for a massive retooling. It's been confirmed they're doing the reshoots because the movie didn't work. The specific problem was lackluster action sequences, but let's face it. It's more than that.

3) bvs was released in 2016. It is this year, 2023 that the brand is now basically dead. That's 7 years it took. Ignoring the other factors, you're seriously saying a film that took 7 years to kill the brand had more of a negative impact on a movie that has only been out for 2 weekends, despite the one from 7 years ago actually making a profit? Ffs are you desperate 🤣
Baf - 11/21/2023, 4:15 PM
@FireandBlood - DC films are aleays divisive. They have had lows that Marvel are starting to get a first taste of. DC has also had highs that Marvel hasn't yet reached. The reason people are sick of these mo is because Marvel flooded the market, and DC tried to copy. Superhero fatigue is not a real thing. Bad movie fatigue is real. People say Superhero movies are going the way of the western. Most modern westerns are pretty awesome films. Just fewer, and farther between. Get used to losing and be surprised when it's good. It just makes it all go down easier.
FireandBlood - 11/21/2023, 4:22 PM
@Baf - This is 100% true except when DC copied, they did it so poorly, they flooded the market with shit. They need to focus on the movie making, and forget prioritising all this shared universe rubbish. People loved Joker and The Batman for a reason.
Baf - 11/22/2023, 7:03 AM
@FireandBlood - All trash except for Best Picture
FireandBlood - 11/22/2023, 7:26 AM
@Baf - And which movie was that? Oh right, the one movie outside of their main canon. The one movie they actually put a lick of effort into, instead trying to “copy” Marvel for once. As I said, that works for them, and that’s what they should stick to. Instead, they’re out of here trying to copy Marvel again.
Baf - 11/22/2023, 8:15 AM
@FireandBlood - I totally agree.
Copying Marvel was always a bad Idea.
Now it's at the point where even Marvel shouldn't copy Marvel anymore.
Baf - 11/22/2023, 8:24 AM
@FireandBlood - DC more or less threw shit at the wall just to see what might stick. Marvel, however, is the one that straight up flooded the market. As the waters receded, you could smell the remains. The question is where in the Marvel timeline did things start turning sour? The answer to that is subjective.
NickScryer - 11/21/2023, 11:27 AM
How come The Flash is higher on the list than The Marvels? Surely it had made more than The Marvels will.

Also, Morbius more than doubled it's budget so I don't it qualifies as a flop.
regularmovieguy - 11/21/2023, 11:30 AM

The 300 mil budget has also since been debunked.
Origame - 11/21/2023, 11:31 AM
@NickScryer - he's biased. Keep in mind after the first weekend of Indiana Jones 5 and after it's long been established the flash was a flop, Josh posted an article titled "the flash is still a flop, and Indiana Jones 5 had a disappointing weekend"
NickScryer - 11/21/2023, 11:35 AM
@Origame -
I remember. Is he someone's cousin? Are they paying him?
Origame - 11/21/2023, 11:46 AM
@NickScryer - you see, he sold his soul to mephisto. Mephisto wanted his marriage, but Josh laughed and pointed out he's maidenless.
Waifuslayer - 11/21/2023, 12:56 PM
@Origame - because Josh is a simp idiot. I guarantee you he had that thumbnail ready to go before The Marvels opening weekend for his triumphant smash the patriarchy post.
EZBeast - 11/21/2023, 11:31 AM
@JoshWilding WILL THEY BEAT THE PAW PATROL MOVIE!?!? We need an article to let us know!
Origame - 11/21/2023, 11:32 AM
@EZBeast - just FYI, Josh mightve blocked you.
bkmeijer1 - 11/21/2023, 11:43 AM
@EZBeast - why do we need an article on Paw Patrol specifically though? Did I miss something
WruceBayne - 11/21/2023, 12:17 PM
@bkmeijer1 - he’s using a very loose version of sarcasm
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