On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (January 27th, 2016), John Campea, Mark Ellis, and Jon Schnepp discuss the following:
- Prequel-era Star Wars anthology films
- Could future Batman films take place before Man of Steel?
- London Has Fallen
- Movie marketing
- Rewind (brought to you by AMC Theatres)
- Adventure film genre
- Disney/Paramount deal
- and much more…
Christian Miller writes: Do you guys think Disney/Lucasfilm will ever make an Anthology set in the prequel era? Thanks, love the show.
Emil Johansson writes: Do you think a future Batman film could take place before Man of Steel? You wouldn’t need to care about questions like “Where was Superman”? etc plus Ben Affleck being an older Batman that has lost a Robin there could be stories in the past worth exploring. Thanks.
Austin Davidson: Hello Collider Crew, I’ve been watching since the AMC days and make your videos a part of my daily schedule. I had a question on what your thoughts on London has Fallen? I saw the trailer for it the other day but never heard you guys mention it. Thanks and Bring on the Filthy!
Deejay DJS writes: Greetings Collider Video, love the show! Been a fan since your AMC Movie News days. You know I was always wondering why so many movies have poor marketing plans? I think that Deadpool has done some of the best marketing in the last ten years to try and get people interested in the movie just want to know what you think about it cause everything that Deadpool has done so far has just made me want to see it more.
REWIND (Brought to you by AMC Theatres)
- 10 Years – Annapolis, Big Momma’s House 2, Nanny McPhee
- 20 Years – Bed Of Roses, Big Bully, Screamers
Kami writes: Hello from Washington DC, my question is about adventure films. I feel like you don’t see them around anymore, I just don’t see those grand scale epic adventure films anymore (The Mummy films, Indiana Jones films) what happened? Do they just not make any money like they used to? Are things that were thought of as spectacles back in the day now just the norm? Thanks and keep up the great work.
Wade Aiken writes: Now that the parademons and the Omega symbol have made their debut, with Darkseid obviously not far behind, do you think we’ll be seeing any of the other denizens of Apokolips such as Granny Goodness (Kathy Bates?), Baron Vunderbar, Steppenwolf, Kalibak, or the female furies?
Paul McElligott writes: Hey guys, you were wondering why Disney gave up Ghost In the Shell to Paramount, and whether or not it was a trade of some kind. That reminded me that Paramount and Lucasfilm share the Indiana Jones series and they are discussing doing another movie in that franchise. I think GitS isn’t a big enough property to trade for Indiana Jones, but maybe we should be on the lookout for other Disney and Paramount deals. What say you?