Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Starbreaker, Sep 27, 2022.
Hooray for pedantry!
Oh good. Tedious nitpicking has taken over. Just what I was waiting for.
Not when the movie in question is a linear sequel to a movie that is itself a sequel to another movie which features the original cast.
You... you... ARGH!
Yeah, I was pleasantly surprised by it. I'd watch it again.
Another person here who loved The New Mutants. It isn't perfect but it's got a great collection of actors doing great character dives. I'm just disappointed that we'll probably never see them again.
...although in a world where Hugh Jackman returns to Wolverine and Patrick Stewart as Professor X, I guess never say never!
Brilliant! I figured someone would transcribe it...and I figured it was just the two of them goofing around.
Great; here's hoping we get a proper sendoff to Jackman's run this time. (I consider Logan okay, but nowhere near a classic either as a movie tout court or a superhero flick, and its Best Adapted Screenplay nomination was a joke.)
... Of course, if Jackman wants to stick around for Secret Wars, that'd be great, too.
"Deadpool" barely had a plot. "Deadpool 2" had a decent but unoriginal plot. I hope this movie will have a plot that stands out, or I will find myself regarding the "Deadpool" franchise as nothing to get excited about.
They both had great stories.
The Deadpool films are turn off your brain films.
That's not a negtive.
I think is wild. I wondered as a joke a while back that Hugh would appear in Deadpool 3 but as Hugh Jackman. I like this much better. I really like how Deadpool films commit to the comic book ridiculousness, like in costumes or powers or character's background, so I'm wondering if they'll put Hugh in a comics accurate costume. I'm not worried, and before this was announced I was hoping that a new MCU Wolverine would have that look from day one, so whatever. Basically I just hope it's a good film.
I feel like they were trying to get him for the first movie.
The opening credit sequence in that film references a cameo, but there's no cameo in the film. ( edit: other than Stan Lee of course )
The way the MCU has leaned so hard into that the past few years it seems like a given.
Oh, it's been an ongoing saga for a long long time with Ryan teasing Hugh Jackman about it any chance he got. That's why this announcement is such a sweet payoff. Legendary move.
I don't agree. I thought the story for "Deadpool" sucked. And I thought the story for "Deadpool 2" was serviceable.
Does anyone watch The Three Stooges or The Marx Brothers for a plot?
Nope. Both had great stories.
In your opinion. Dee is also stating their own opinion.
In your opinion.
They literally said "I thought", they're not passing their thoughts as fact.
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