Oh, good - they're going to re imagine the re imagined franchise...
Incidentally, I heard that Battlestar Galactica is headed for another "reboot" too - a re imagined movie...
Is it just me, or is "rebooting" existing franchises becoming the new black...?
dinosaurJR;5210778Incidentally, I heard that Battlestar Galactica is headed for another "reboot" too - a re imagined movie
Ye apparently the original creator of BSG didn't like some of the re-imaged series and so wants to make a movie based on the classic series.
I think the whole spiderman trilogy is done, in my opinion it dosent deserve a "reboot". And even if the did reboot it, it wont have tobey maguire which wont make it the same.
Yes - it would make it better...
dinosaurJR;5210837Yes - it would make it better...
QFT and +rep
Really though, the Spidey movies were never great, but to do a prequel seems incredibly stupid.
It would be like that Hulk fiasco a few years ago, where Ang Lee did a Hulk movie in 2003 and Louis Leterrier did a remake of it in 2008 because the first one was such a load of balls.
Spiderman 4 canceled, ain't such a bad thing. Spiderman being rebooted is a bad thing. Seriously, I think the film studios are running out of ideas these days. Its quite a shame. Too few original movies are being produced these days.
Rebooting Spider-Man? Canceling 4 was enough, rebooting it will ruin the series. I've been a big fan of Spider-Man (and Marvel movies in particular) and I own all three movies on Special Edition DVD's, this is really disappointing to me. Booooooo Sony, you've ruined my day. :(
Yeah, I'm glad other people see this as a huge waste of time and grossly over reactive/unreasonable. It's not like Spiderman needs a reboot - I remember the most recent reboot quite well! Usually, movies that were released 25 - 30 years ago are treated with a reboot, but Spiderman is still fairly recent... very unnecessary. The simplest course of action, I thought, would be letting Sam Raimi do Spiderman 4 the way he wanted to, and not be pushed around by the studio (like he reportedly had been with Spiderman 3, hence, the general negativity associated with the film). Having an amazing follow up to a sorta' lackluster film will draw the fan base back in (if they even left - it's Spiderman, for christ's sake), and not be a huge waste of time.
The last two weren't good anyway, Toby Maguire won't be in it!!