Message from discussion "Avengers" smashes record with $200.3M box office
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From: Duggy <Paul.Dug...@jcu.edu.au>
Subject: Re: "Avengers" smashes record with $200.3M box office
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On May 18, 8:29=A0am, Ohioguy <n...@none.net> wrote:
> > If the films do well, a Incredible Hulk-like "let's ignore the first
> > movie" GL sequel (or just use the guy).
> =A0 =A0You just ignore Sinestro putting on the yellow ring and turning
> yellow? =A0I think the sequel should embrace that.
In a new series ignoring the old you can have a Yellow-Ring-wearing-
Like Punisher: War Journal ignored Punisher but assumed you knew his
origin from it. Incredible Hulk ignored Hulk but assumed you knew his
origin from it. Or Superman Returns ignored Superman III & IV and
parts of I & II but assumed you knew his and Lex's origins from it.
>=A0It would make the
> sequel like Star Trek II is to the original Star Trek movie. (much
> better, because the original movie was supposed to be a TV episode)
Double episode. Based on an idea for an episode of "Genesis II"