After the credits are completely over, they show a certain mutant during ancient Egypt moving sand & rock to build the pyramids in an minute or less.
And it is also confirm that the next installment was already greenlighted.
They usually have the combo pack first. So for up to $5 more, you can get it on 3D Blu-Ray + Blu-Ray + DVD + digital download code.
3D TVs are getting cheaper if you are talking about 1080p. Good thing I skipped 2D HD TV. I would avoid American companies (I.e. LG and several others)
Is there any Comic-Book movies that haven't release yet, that you really look forward too?
For me, "Static Shock" is the most anticipated not yet release comic-book movies (easily 5 or more movies).
I won't be getting a 3D TV anytime soon as I am a poor student so I can't have nice things ;)
I hope that they end up making a Phantom movie. That is a character that I feel has been neglected.
I am looking forward to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The first live action movie featuring those two heroes on the screen at the same time? That sounds like pure joy to me.
I also think there is potential in the proposed Sinister Six movie.
What other Comic-Book adaptions are you looking forward too?
I am glad there is a strong TV following of Comic-Book adaptions now. Arrow, Flash, Gotham, Constantine etc.
Warner Bros. has attempted coming up a script for Batman/Superman movie for the past 15 years or so, and have scrapped soo many scripts for the finally upcoming crossover movie. It seems to be both batman/superman & batman/superman/wonder woman crossovers into one single movie. So yeah, there also wonder woman in the movie too.
And both Sinister Six & Venom are getting their own spin-off movies from the Amazing Spider-Man movies. The Sinister Six movie is schedule for November 2K16 right now.
Off the top of my head of other comic book movies I want to see: Steel 2 or Steel (reboot) & Green Lantern 2 (didnt like the first, but what else could have been done in it) Justice League & Magneto. (the last 2 or 3 I know are happening)
I can wait for Arrow & Flash movies, since their shows are truely golden in quality.
And yeah, I also like such series as Arrow & Flash & Constantine. I'm going to give Gotham a chance since Fox tends to know exactly what their doing with shows like this and the 90's marvel cartoons and localizing Digimon.
For the Phantom live-action 3D movie:
The Phantom: Legacy
On December 15, 2008, it was announced that Sherlock Symington Productions had secured the rights to the Phantom, and are set to make a film called The Phantom: Legacy (unrelated to the Moonstone Books 2006 graphic novel of the same name and any other screen incarnation of the character). The film is set to have a budget of $130 million, and is written by Tim Boyle.
Bruce Sherlock, executive producer and head of Sherlock Symington Productions, said that The Phantom: Legacy would follow the lead of films like The Dark Knight and Iron Man, and present a serious treatment of the character. The film will be set in the present day, and revolves around the relationship between the Phantom and his son, and what it means to be the Phantom. Work on the film was expected to begin in 2009. Filming is scheduled to take place in Australia, and producers are in talks with both Australian and international actors to work on the film.
In an interview with Dark Horizons, Boyle said the film will feature two main antagonists, one taken from the comic and one created for the movie. The Phantom's costume is also expected to be updated for the screen, with Boyle seeking to make it more reality-based. Characters such as Diana Palmer, Kit and Heloise Walker, Colonel Worubu, President Lamanda Luaga, and Guran will also appear. The film is said to be heavily focused on the mythology of the comics, with a lot of screen time expected to be devoted to the origin of the 1st Phantom. The Phantom's eyes behind his mask will also be white, unlike what it has been in previous film-versions. Actor Sam Worthington is considered to play the Phantom, after having worked with Boyle on the film Fink.
Boyle was originally considered to direct the movie, but has confirmed he is only attached as the writer.
It was announced that Mark Gordon and his production company are development a new film with Management 360, Drew Simon is executive producing and they are currently looking for a new writer on the script.