How about a cinematic multiverse?

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  1. NemesisPrime12

    NemesisPrime12 Well-Known Member

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    Idk if it's gonna work or not because it's not been done before. 1 studio, 1 franchise, 2 different universes: bayverse and knightverse.

    Maybe knightverse could meet bayverse one day? But if we're gonna get 2 sequels for different cinematic universe, I'd consider it as cinematic multiverse.
     
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    Knightverse? Yes
    Bayverse? No
     
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    Jochimus Sandwiches? Blimey, whatever did I give the wife?

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    Most studios can't even manage a cinematic universe of their own, let alone a multiverse. So, no.
     
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    that will take some serious planning to do which I don't think any one will be able to do.
     
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    Eh, I'd kind of prefer them stay away from multiverse stuff. That gets confusing really quickly. It works in something like a comic, which is aimed more at the fans, but these should be general appeal movies to an extent.

    Also, we're not getting two sequels in different universes. As of now they're both in the Bayverse.
     
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    Kinda funny I made a thread on this kinda topic a couple days ago Two Transformer movies at the same

    I wouldn't mind a multiverse in the movies since they could bring back dead iconic characters and do them justice without rebooting.

    As for two different sequels from different worlds not keen on the idea lots of other movies like that are happening with other projects and it never makes sense to me. Instead of having two Batman movies just make one Batman movie.
     
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    What a great idea! Let’s confuse the general audience even more!
     
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  8. hthrun

    hthrun Show accuracy's overrated

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    I think the aesthetics of the two universes are too similar at this point. It would be too confusing for your average movie goer.
    I'd like to see TF adventures involving different characters on different parts of the world, and the universe. Kind of like what Marvel is doing.
     
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    They can't even get a single universe off the ground because that's what TLK was supposed to do.

    The better idea is to just leave this dumb idea of trying to copy Marvel in the dirt and go back to standard linear sequels.
     
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