Benedict Cumberbatch And Chris Pratt Address Their Uncertain MCU Futures As Doctor Strange And Star-Lord

Benedict Cumberbatch And Chris Pratt Address Their Uncertain MCU Futures As Doctor Strange And Star-Lord

Disney Tax Filings Reveal DOCTOR STRANGE AND THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS Had A Gargantuan Budget
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MattBellissimo - 7/15/2016, 5:06 AM
AlexdoxA - 7/15/2016, 5:09 AM
ASGARDIANBRONY - 7/15/2016, 5:14 AM
That right there is epic!

Marvel comics needs to get its film guys to oversee its comic writers.
Roodi - 7/15/2016, 5:15 AM
Not including Doctor Strange, because we haven't seen his film, but how has Marvel gotten their characters to be liked so much, movie wise? Some films may fall short to some but the general audience for the most part love these characters, B and C characters.
GhostDog - 7/15/2016, 5:28 AM
@THATguy01 - I think it's because they're ACTUAL CHARACTERS. They feel like real people. You see something in them you've seen in yourself or others. Or they have qualities that feel genuine and attainable.

I know that I admire Stark's charm and charisma and it doesn't feel like some fictional, unattainable thing. Feels authentic. Cap's morals. Widow's dry wit.

The Marvel heroes in my opinion are just REGULAR JOE'S who happen to have crazy cool abilities and talents. When they put on the suit, it's not like a different persona. They're still that "kid from Brooklyn," "that narcissistic but charming billionaire mechanic." They're not really superheroes but just average Joe's thrust into grand situations.

Their personalities are very inviting and real. Watching them grow over nearly a decade, is something else too.

They encounter these larger than life villains, monumental dangers and they attack it like with a level of wit that's fun. They deal with things with an admirable sincerity.
Conutandream - 7/15/2016, 5:15 AM
Looks so good! Love how they actually gave him magic circles rather than some lame glowing light.
Killuminatic - 7/15/2016, 5:43 AM
@CAD1021 - I really hope the magic looks exactly like that in the film too, and not just for show in the promo material.
Kr08 - 7/15/2016, 5:18 AM
darkwitches - 7/15/2016, 5:20 AM
Beautiful! Just beautiful!
xfan320 - 7/15/2016, 5:23 AM
Conutandream - 7/15/2016, 5:24 AM
Killing it with the cape
GhostDog - 7/15/2016, 5:30 AM
Dat cape flow though

superbigguy32 - 7/15/2016, 5:44 AM
@ComicsBornAndBred - #CapeFlow
Kurne - 7/15/2016, 5:31 AM
Strange is the one character I've never been able to put a voice to, or at least a consistent one. I just can't hear him in my head. It's so weird.
incredibleTalk - 7/15/2016, 6:51 AM
@Kurne - ...everyone has an English accent these days.....

...even Spiderman!!!
Potato - 7/15/2016, 8:03 AM
@Kurne - For me, it's always been someone who just naturally sounds intellectual and high class, ironically like Cumberbatch.
superbigguy32 - 7/15/2016, 5:42 AM
Demongod20 - 7/15/2016, 5:55 AM
@superbigguy32 - That gif makes me want to go back and play some more Marvel vs Capcom 3.
superbigguy32 - 7/15/2016, 9:14 AM
@Demongod20 - hell yes!!! I'm killing people on Street Fighter 5
rocketeuropa - 7/15/2016, 5:49 AM
@THATguy01- Marvel Studios (-and especially Kevin Feige) knows what they are doing, plain and simple.They have an insight and a long-range plan, something that almost NO ONE in the business (ESPECIALLY the wretched comic business) has. Marvel Studios cultivates their characters and knows what works and what doesn't. Take note of the recent "Civil War" movie where Feige has taken the basic core of an idea from a bad comic, cut out all of the bullshit fan-boy nonsense and developed it into a real story, grounded it, and made it palatable to an everyday audience, not just juvenille comic fans.
Straight comic books on the screen DONT work. That is, basically, why Green Lantern didn't work and why Geoff John's is going to be a DISASTER for DC- he is too much a comic-booky based guy. He is NOT a film producer. You have to make these stories and characters palatable to the common folk- THAT is where the BIG money is at. And that is where Marvel Studios- and Kevin Feige- excels. To have that insight in this comic movie biz is rare.
And once Feige is gone, Marvel Studios is screwed.
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