Discussion in 'Movies and Television' started by transfan681, Jul 25, 2013.
Yeah, every year has been comic book heavy for nearly a decade now.
Wait... a black guy for the human torch?
That's like making Peter Parker Asian, or the Wolverine Latino.
Is changing a characters race that big a deal?
Well, another problem that arises is that he's the invisible woman's brother, right?
Some of these movies aren't comic book movies like Star Wars and Star Trek there may have been comics about the movies but they are not comic book movies nor comic book based movies.
Some other movies people have put on here are just action movies.
Is red2 a comic movie? I can see r.i.p.d. But red?
RED was a 3-issue comic book miniseries. I don't think the sequel was based off a comic book though, just used the same characters.
This is also the same year as Avatar 2. James Cameron Vs. Marvel Vs. DC Vs. Star Wars.
Or really, James Cameron Vs. Disney Vs. DC.
It depends on what'll happen with Invisible Woman as well.
It is to racists...
Because we really wanted another Avatar?
Wasn't the first one bad enough?
Yes there is. Changing a character's race means you have to change his personality and the character himself.
There are plenty of super heroes out to fit every race. If they want a black guy in Fantastic Four, guess what? Put Luke Cage into it. If they want an asian in FF, put an Asian character into it. But STOP changing people's races that have have been that way for 70 years just because you want to make the movie PC!!
The main reason it worked having Duncan as Kingpin in DD is because there was no white dude big enough to fit the bill. There are plenty of white guys who can fit the bill for Torch.
What if they got a black dude to play Captain America? Would it matter to you? What about turning Batman into an Arab? Turning Thor into a Russian? What if they turned Storm into someone from Taiwan? John Stewart into a white rich man?
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