ScottE

ScottE

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    April 1, 2017 10:28 pm Thanks for that recommendation​ for Baron's short run. I've never read it but will definitely be seeking it out now.
    May 19, 2015 12:50 am Don't know if anyone cares but I find this list interesting: http://www.marvelmasterworks.com/resources/kirby_chronology.html. It breaks down Kirby's Marvel work month by month and totals up the number of pages. It looks like his highest month was in September of 1947 when Kirby produced 152 pages.
    August 4, 2014 10:25 pm Did Ron say the songs on the Mix Tape were obscure? I really don't think that is right at all, I feel like I have know all the songs on there forever and if you go on Wikipedia I think all but 2 were in the US Billboard top #5 hits during the 70s. So I think it is complete believable his mom would have known and liked all those songs.
    September 2, 2013 3:56 pm I am bummed out but totally understand I have no idea how I would find time to run a site like this, I am happy the podcast will continue and I hope its not too much work to keep it running for a little while longer. In totally unrelated and longshot of a question is there anyone who knows where I might be able to still download the old Murmur podcasts? They are still listed on itunes and rss feeds but I can't get any episodes to download. I would guess they are long gone but if you happen to know where I could download them or if someone kept the files on their hard drive and would let me work something out with them that would be awesome, if not no worries just thought I'd ask.
    August 26, 2013 5:36 pm Yeah I think it's pretty safe to assume Affleck was in talks with WB for a while, from what I've read even though they are just rumors Nolan really pushed for Affleck to direct JL because he felt Affleck was a strong enough director that he wouldn't have to be very involved in the production of JL and could move on to other projects. When WB first offered Affleck JL they wanted Bale to come back and offered him 50mill but like Conor said Affleck doesn't want to at this point direct a movie unless he is acting in it so Affleck declined but Bale didn't want to play Batman unless Nolan was direct so he declined. My guess would be at that point WB started to work the Batman role so that Affleck could play him and would direct JL. Now this is all rumor but it does kinda match up with the info Conor has so I think something kinda like that happened.
    August 26, 2013 5:03 pm @IthoSapien I recently reread JL too and I am with you I found that reading JL this time without having high expectations I really enjoyed it, it wasn't the greatest thing ever but still good. And I also agree with your statement that it was "Almost like Johns was trying to lay the groundwork for a JL screenplay for the future" while reading that first arc I kept thinking we were reading Johns' pitch to WB for how he saw the JL movie going.
    August 25, 2013 12:25 am Newsies were kids that sold papers in the early 1900s Disney made a musical out of a famous newsboy strike that took place in NY it was called Newsies.
    August 25, 2013 12:13 am @iroberts007 "toned is enough" I agree I bought Keaton and don't remember him being big at all. My GF won't let me forget Affleck's shirtless scene in Argo he wasn't huge but I think he had a bit of a six pack and imo he was toned. I think being a leading man in Hollywood requires you to have a personal trainer and I know from Kevin Smith's podcast he has a personal chief to cook him certain foods for his diet. I don't think it matters that he have the body that Batman would have in real life cause the whole concept is so unrealistic to begin with.
    August 24, 2013 4:24 am Pointless question: IMDB list the movie as Batman vs. Superman is there a chance that will be the title or is it officially Man of Steel 2?