Posts Tagged ‘Marvel Studios’

Remote Viewing Podcast: Episode #23

After taking last week off we decided to change the format of this episode: We dropped the usual discussion topic segment and extended the ‘watched list’ discussion across the first two chapters of the podcast. Fiona made her way to a preview screening of Rise of the Planet of the Apes, she also watched Bad […]

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Warner Bros: Finally Some Justice

Warner Bros President Jeff Robinov has just now realised that maybe, just maybe, actually knowing something about the IP that his company owns could help avoid killing off the potential gold-mines that are the DC Comics characters. It really isn’t hard to tell that Warner Bros has been pretty clueless when it comes to how […]

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Movie: Who the hell is Ant-Man?

Over the next few years, in the lead up to The Avengers’ movie, Marvel Studios will introduce a couple of characters to the big screen, who may not necessarily be known to many outside of the comic book reading community. Personally, I’ve been quite taken aback by the idea that few ‘normals’ were aware of […]

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Iron Man: Marvel Begins

The archives here at eol are testament to the fact that I’ve been salivating about the Iron man movie since it was first announced back in June of 2006. However having seen one or two movies in my time, coupled with my nature as a ‘glass half empty’ kind of guy, I’ve been getting really […]

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Hulk: More Cross Overing?

Something that I’ve harped on about for a while now is the fact that Marvel has taken control over the way that their intellectual property is adapted to film (particularly since the five and a quarter million dollar credit arrangement was secured between Marvel Studios and Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc.), and how this will […]

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Avengers?: Iron Man, Fury and the Hulk

Anyone who has spent any length of time follow my inarticulate ramblings here on elroyonline can probably tell you that my biggest issue with movie adaptations of comic-books is the fact that they constantly deviate from the established origin of a character or a landmark event in comic lore. Most recently my focus was on […]

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