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    July 31, 2011 6:18 pm Now this is what Indy 4 should've felt like!

    Just  saw it today, and I loved it! Easily 4/5 (Possibly 4.5/5), I can't really imagine a more fun time at the movies. I'm a big Chris Evans fan, mainly cause of Sunshine and Push, and he totally embodied Cap in this.

    The character FX e.g. Skinny Steve and Red Skull were fantastic. Tommy Lee Jones, Hugo Weaving and Stanley Tucci really delivered as usual. Just like everyone in this.

    The teaser at the end nearly made my jaw fall off, I'm pretty sure it un-hindged at least. Eeeep was all I could get out, though. Last time Whedon worked with Marvel he co-created my favourite comics, please let him do so with films as well.
    July 29, 2011 8:22 am Awesome cast, I really hope this is as good as I want it to be.

    The director of Iron Man. Writers of Star Trek/Fringe/Lost/Alias. Indy, Bond, Dr. Remy '13' Hadley, Guy Fleegman/Zaphod Beeblebrox, and Paul Dano. = Nerdgasm.

    This looks so good, it will either blow my mind, or dissapoint miserably. But as of now, I'm going to give it the benefit of the doubt. Can't Wait.
    July 29, 2011 8:14 am Funniest episode yet!

    Ineptitude! 
    July 23, 2011 7:11 am I love Supergirl! I'm so glad it looks like it'll be great.

    When I first saw the costume redesign (I still prefer the classic), but the art looks fantastic, I'm hoping the writing will match.
    July 19, 2011 3:36 pm Yeah, I do fear a hot iron being stricken.

    But, here's hoping anyway.
    July 19, 2011 9:31 am Looks awesome! That P.O.V. will kill those with motion sickness.

    There has recently been a new IMAX theatre opened like 90 mins on the bus from where I live, I think this, TDKR and Star Trek are definitely doing to be reasons to make the trip. Next year is so far away!
    July 18, 2011 9:23 pm Personally, I think Hathaway looks a bit Burton-esque.

    Can't Wait. I need not repeat the excitement of others.
    July 18, 2011 9:17 pm Blu-ray.com's theatrical page for TDKR has numerous posters. Check Them Out:

    Batman
    http://images.blu-ray.com/products/20/4455_5_large.jpg

    Bane, I assume
    http://images.blu-ray.com/products/20/4455_1_large.jpg

    Bane 2, I assume
    http://images.blu-ray.com/products/20/4455_2_large.jpg

    Catwoman
    http://images.blu-ray.com/products/20/4455_4_large.jpg

    HQ Poster
    http://images.blu-ray.com/products/20/4455_6_large.jpg

    Strange HQ Poster
    http://images.blu-ray.com/products/20/4455_3_large.jpg

    They seem legit. Haven't seen any fakes on the site before. 
    July 15, 2011 4:08 am @MisterJ: No I don't find Rowling whore-ish. Seriously I get it, everything gets adapted these days. But the thing is, there isn't anything to adapt. That's what gets me.

    He hasn't really sold the rights to adapt the book, he's just sold his single script twice. Once the comic is a property, adapt away. But until there is a comic, it's not an adaptation. (In my mind) It's fraud.

    Not all of the Potter books were completed before the movies began, but each book was completed and published before it's related film was in development/made. And at least the books were a recognized property of their own, not just film tie-ins.
    July 14, 2011 7:56 pm @wallythegreenmonster: I don't have the thought process that thinks that truly artistic people all have to be poor and struggling. I just find Millar's lack of focus and his 'business sense' to be rather whore-ish.

    The impression I get from it is sort of as if a guy reviews movies for two different magazines, gets paid for both seperate jobs, and yet gives them both the exact same review.

    Really someone explain to me: Why doesn't he just make movies?

    If he likes getting paid from them, (and clearly he goes to a studio with a pitch as soon as he goes to a publisher) Why doesn't he just write them as movies?

    I assume it's because loves comics, and has written some great ones over the years, but I'm just wondering why we haven't seen a film of something like The Flash, and yet a comic property that doesn't even exist yet is already on it's way as a movie.

    I love comic book film adapts, but I find it odd that the studio, or whoever it is, is making an adaptation of something non-existent.

    I wish he would just chose which ideas are gonna be movies, or which ones comics. At least one medium at a time.

    It's like fraud or something though, isn't it? Selling two people the same thing, just because one company will release it as a comic book, and the other as a movie, does that make it any better?

    Obviously there are people who can make both comics and film/TV e.g. Joss Whedon. But he doesn't sell us the same thing in both forms. That is what truly bothers me, I guess. He's cashing the same check twice, at the same time.