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[QUOTE] There's a lot of possibilities on who the baddie for Spidey 3 will be. Spidey 2 layed the ground work for making Harry the next Goblin at least. I predict either Harry/Goblin or Venom. And they could make anyone into Venom but JJJ's son or Eddie Brock are of course good candidates. [/QUOTE] They're flinging so much BS around about Spider-Man 3 that you can't tell which way it's gonna go. On the one hand, we have the Harry Osborn Green Goblin and possibly The Lizard or Man-Wolf, because their alter egos all appear in Spider-Man 2. On the other hand, we have Sam Raimi pretty much confirming that Venom is in the movie, and Rob Tapert seeming pretty interested in the fan reaction to the possibility of Venom. And then we have the fact that they might be making four movies instead of three, which leaves the possibibility of one Spider-Man movie having the Green Goblin and the other having Venom, because they're both worth an entire movie. And there's pretty much the same problem with the Superman movie. For the most part, there's been a Superman movie in production for the last ten years or so, starting with the Nicolas Cage movie. Since then, we've had tons of different scripts with tons of different angles, and tons of different directors spewing all sorts of different ideas. Just in the last year we've had The whole thing is just nuts, so we have no idea what the final product will be. Sadly, there's a good chance that it will suck. Hopefully not, though. [QUOTE]Angel (Warren) never got any characterization in the x-books. He was always the nice millionaire and thats it. He never got developed into a 'playboy'. He got a little tortured in X-Factor by Cameron Hodges manipulations but that was it. Boring ass character.[/QUOTE] I'd say that getting turned into a homicidal death machine that can rip through armies of his best friend's soldiers before eventually decapitating him for killing his girlfriend, and then subsequently going on a mad quest to kill the man who turned him into said death machine, would count as characterization. That's just me, though. I do agree, however, that [i]Angel[/i] was a boring-ass character. If they're not going to twist him around and turn him into Archangel in the same movie that they introduce him, then there's no point. Same with Beast, really. We've already done the whole "Woe is me, I'm blue and ugly" deal with Nightcrawler in X-Men 2, so there's no reason to devote more screen time to it.
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