Monday, December 22, 2014

Fantastic 4 (2005) Done Right!

 My take on what could have been with 2005's Fantastic 4 Adaptation from 20th Century Fox.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

An Ultimate Fantastic Four Movie

We all know Sony has been attempting a deal with Marvel over the use of Spider-Man, many Marvel fans are extremely excited. This signals possibilities with other studios such as 20th Century Fox, who seem to be hiding their upcoming Fantastic Four Reboot from much of the Public Eye. Due out August of 2015 and with no Promotional images or even a teaser trailer, it's easy to think that not only do fans think it will fail, but Fox does as well. Their efforts to bury this Fantastic Four Reboot seem to be largely positive to many fans of the Classic books who have little to no interest in seeing such a heavy departure from 616 canon.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

The Flash! As It Should be.

 There has been some chatter at DC Over a Flash Movie. Which is cool, the Flash rocks, great character. It kinda sucks they're doing Barry Allen since he's already on a great T.V. Show. I can't speak for all by CW's The Flash is actually their best show. It's got the characters and story down perfectly. I find it kinda odd that instead of the second most popular Flash, who was getting his own movie at one point (Wally West), they're doing another Barry Allen story. Odder is that they've cast someone pretty young for it. Now I know I'm nitpicking here, I'm actually optimistic to Ezra's take. I just don't see where they came up with him. So in response I did a Fan Cast of the Flash citing my chosen Crew, allowing appropriate spots for the DC Cinematic Guys, but with a cast closer to what I imagine would work.

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Green Lantern Fan Cast

This is my take on a Green Lantern film Series, if properly done by Warner Bros.

Saturday, November 1, 2014

John Wick.

Just got back from seeing John Wick. To put it honestly, this is honestly one of the best straight up action movies to come out in the last 20 years. I'm going on record as saying it's better than Shoot 'Em Up, any of the Punisher Films, and As good if not better than Dredd. Not much of a review, but when I get a review format together I'll put together a proper review. All in all this is a must see Film.

Friday, October 31, 2014

Halloween, A Fan Cast in Celebration.

 Composer: A film score (also sometimes called film music, background music, or incidental music) is original music written specifically to accompany a film. The score forms part of the film's soundtrack, which also usually includes dialogue and sound effects, and comprises a number of orchestral, instrumental or choral pieces called cues which are timed to begin and end at specific points during the film in order to enhance the dramatic narrative and the emotional impact of the scene in question.

Graem Revell [Notable Works: The Crow, Daredevil, Gotham]: Graem has done some Horror Movies, and he would be perfect. He's certainly got a way with music and can certainly do a lot with Music and really add a dimension to the film.

Screenplay: A screenplay or script is a written work by screenwriters for a film, video game or television program. These screenplays can be original works or adaptations from existing pieces of writing. In them, the movement, actions, expression, and dialogues of the characters are also narrated. A play for television is also known as a teleplay.

 James Wan & Leigh Whannel [Notable Works{As A Writing Team}: Saw, Insidious, Saw 2]: They've done amazing work together in Horror. They know how to make it and could certainly take the Halloween story and redefine it for the 21st Century, These Guys would be perfect!

Director: Directors are responsible for overseeing creative aspects of a film under the overall control of the film producer. They often develop the vision for a film and carry out the vision, deciding how the film should look, in other words they make their vision come to life. They are responsible for turning the script into a sequence of shots. They also direct what tone it should have and what an audience should gain from the cinematic experience. Film directors are responsible for deciding camera angles, lens effects and lighting with the help of the cinematographer and set design with the production designer.

James Wan [Notable Works: Insidious, Saw, Death Sentance]: He's a pretty Great director, He's done some work redefining horror. He became my choice for the Director once he wrote the Conjuring with the Intention of it being a PG-13 Horror movie and it was Rated R anyway. He's certainly got a center on what Horror is and how to scare the hell out of people without the conventional jump scare tactic.

Michael Myers [Height: N/A, Age: 35]: Michael Audrey Myers, Arrest for murder committed on October 31st, was found innocent by reason of insanity. Institutionalized at Smith's Grove Sanitarium he waited for years, Until the right Halloween night came upon him and escaped to commit murder again and relive the surge of power he felt the night he killed his Sister. Luckily for him, he has another sister... Laurie.

Michael C Hall [Height: 5' 10", Age: 43, Notable Works: Paycheck, Dexter, Six Feet Under]: I love Michael's work as an actor, and I know this would never happen, but I wanted to put a real actor under the mask. I think for once it would be pretty great to put in a noted actor as Michael. He's a strong actor and could certainly play this role perfectly. I'd love to take a Chris Pine Captain Kirk mask and redo the hair and widen the eyes and paint it white as a in joke, seeing as Pine is this generations Kirk, Hall would be this generations Michael, fitting considering the original Myers Mask was actually made from remodeling a Captain Kirk Mask from the original Star Trek.

Laurie Strode [Height: 5' 7", Age: 20's]: Young Sister of Michael Myers, in this incarnation her repressed memories hide the relations. She is a college undergrad looking for her place in life, hanging out with Annie Brackett and Lynda Van Der Klok she finds a sense of freedom in herself that she has never really found.

Sarah Hyland [Height: 5' 2", Age: 23, Notable Works: Modern Family, Vampire Academy, Date and Switch]: She is a wonderful actress. Initially I was hesitant to cast her, but as horrible as it is too say she has been dealing with something in the press, with her Ex stalking her and Honestly it makes a person see someone differently. As an Actress she can deliver and I can just imagine her being able to use that horrible experience and give a great performance as Laurie. There's no doubt she would be absolutely perfect for the role.

Dr. Samuel Loomis [Height: 5' 6", Age: 60's]: Michael Myers Psychiatrist, Concvinced that Michael is pure Evil, it would not surprise him at all if he found out Michael Myers was the Devil. He has spent Seven years attempting to reach Michael, and another thirteen attempting to keep him locked away forever.

Gary Oldman [Height: 5' 9", Age: 56, Notable Works: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, The Dark Knight Trilogy, Robocop, Unborn]: Gary Oldman is without a doubt one of the best actors to have ever lived. The Idea of him taking the role of Loomis is actually realistic. He's a wonderful actor that would absolutely be perfect for the role, He has the Gravity of his characters. Who could possibly hate him as Dr. Loomis?

Annie Brackett [Height: 5' 6", Age: 20's]: A shy girl initially in High School, she has fully found her self in College, reaching out and moving in spirit away from Laurie and closer to Lynda. Annie is the Sheriff's daughter and in her first trimester of pregnancy, something she is desperate to hide from her father, the Sheriff.

Shailene Woodley [Height: 5' 8", Age: 22, Notable Work: Divergent, The Fault in Our Stars, The Descendants]: She was originally my choice for Laurie before Hyland, but I felt she would be better off in a role like Annie, She's a decent actress and could really nail down the role.

Lynda Van Der Klok [Height: 5' 8", Age: 20's]: Easy to pass off as the "Town Bycicle" Lynda is highly emotional, having what many in the town believe to be unrealistic aspirations of Modeling and/or acting.

Aimee Teergarden [Height: 5' 7", Age: 25, Notable Works: Star-Crosed, Prom. Scream 4]: Scream 4 wasn't good. But she showed some decent talent and I think she could really grab this role and put the layers underneath it. She's a good actress and could do this job well.

Bob Simms [Height: N/A, Age: 20's]: Lynda's Horn Dog Alcoholic of a boyfriend.

Daren Kagasoff [Height: 6' 0", Age: 27, Notable Works: Ouija, Secret Life of the American Teenager, Blue]: Darren is an OK actor, and starring in Ouija did not at all help him show off his talent. I think this is a small role that can give him some noticeable work.

Sheriff Leigh Brackett [Height: 6'1", Age: 50's]: Sheriff of Haddenfield County, He is very proud of his little community and very watchful over it. When he is told about Michael Myers' Arrival, he is locked and Loaded.

Dennis Quaid [Height: 6' 0", Age: 60, Notable Works: The Day After Tomorrow, Vegas, Vantage Point]: A great actor, funny enough he had actually be married to a member of the original Halloween cast, P.J. Soles (who Played Lynda). He's a strong actor and has the look and feel of a midwestern family man and can certainly play a role like Sheriff Brackett.

Tommy Doyle [Height: N/A, Age: 10]: A Comic Book and Sci-Fi nut, Tommy is going through a dark time, as he is introduced to the concept of the Boogyman, and fears what he believes is the Boogeyman's unrelenting inevitable arrival.

Pierce Gagnon [Height: 4' 2", Age: 9, Notable Works: Looper, The Crazies, Extent]: He's a fantastic little actor that has given consistent performances in his work. He's on the track to become one of the most dynamic and notable actors in his generation, he'd be a great choice for Tommy.

Lindsey Wallace [Height: N/A, Age: 10]: The Ten Year Old Daughter of the Wallaces, who bears a slight crush on Tommy Doyle. She loves horror movies.

Isabella Cramp [Height: N/A, Age: 9, Notable Works: The Neighbors, Possessing of Piper Rose, Jessie]: A great young actress, doing mostly T.V. Work she has shown some real talent and had down both horror and starring roles so she really fits in the role for Lindsey Wallace.

Morgan Strode [Height: N/A, Age: 40's]: Laurie Strode's Foster Father, a Realtor who bought the Myer's house and intended to turn it into something sellable.

Ty Burrell [Height: 6' 0", Age: 47, Notable Works: Dawn of the Dead, Incredible Hulk, Black Hawk Down]: He works with Sarah almost daily on Modern Family. He's a strong actor and does such a wonderful in his presence that you could buy him as the Strode Figurehead, and fits that he plays a Realtor on Modern Family, like Morgan.

 Pamela Strode [Height: N/A, Age: 40's]: Laurie Strode's Foster Mother.

Julie Bowen [Height: 5' 6", Age: 44, Notable Works: An American Werewolf in Paris, Modern Family, Boston Legal]: Considering Sarah is my choice for Laurie it just seemed fitting that she would be the mother of her character in this, they have good chemistry and it would be such a fantastic wink, wink nudge, nudge to the Audience.

Groundskeeper Angus Taylor [Height: N/A, Age: 50's]: The caretaker of the Haddenfield Cemetery.

Jackie Earle Haley [Height: 5' 5", Age: 53, Notable Works: Watchmen, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Little Children]: Jackie is a fun actor and could certainly be fun in this role. He's a great actor and I'd love to see him in this cameo.

Friday, October 10, 2014

This time on DRAGON BALL Z!

I like most of the internet am a Dragon Ball Fan. I grew up watching the Anime, I read the Manga and I love the series. I had decided to venture on the road on how to properly do a Dragon Ball Z Fan Cast. Well I hope you enjoy this Work, I hope you find the ideas and the cast I put into this to be a compelling way to do Dragon Ball Z Appropriately on the Big Screen.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Netflix/Marvel's Punisher: The Series

It's odd that out of all the Projects Netflix has announced under Marvel Contract. that none of them have been for our Favorite Gun-toting Vigilante. I'm certain the Idea had to have been talked about. There is no shortage of Fans for the Punisher, and while the character's Urban Story Roots is not on the grander scale of the Avegners, but he has had some very popular story arcs that have stood the political excitement and allegorical intelligence of the Winter Soldier. 

This could be Frank's best shot at really getting a popular fan base outside of Comics. Heck most red blooded Americans certainly would find this character worthy of a massive fan base. No doubt the Punisher is probably my favorite Marvel (Anti)Hero. Many people might not believe in the cosmic -powers, fate, destiny, or luck. But I am certain that The Punisher was Absolutely destined for a T.V. Series, where they could do what both Movies and Comics have failed to give Punisher proper exposure.

So with that in mind, I hope everyone can enjoy my Punisher T.V. Series/Fan Cast Pitch, in hopes that someone, anyone at Marvel and Netflix might be reading this, take notes this is what Punisher Fan's want!

"He who does not punish evil, commands it to be done" - Leonardo Da Vinci.

Sunday, October 5, 2014

My Sweet Dreams Are Made Of This...

We all have dreams, aspirations for which fuel our work, ethics, standards, and personality. I believe dreams are about a big a part of us as a soul. I work at a Super-Center, and it's a place where it's the people that keep me there. I've got good friends, occasionally nice customers, a wonderful soul-mate that also works their. It's the makings of a good day each day I work. Each day I get to see one or more of my friends and we chat. We share frustrations.

Today, writing this blog I noticed that we never shared Dreams. Not in any grand scale anyway. We all have the basic, have a happy life, better job. Each of us are actually very lucky as we have terrible memories but we are reaching a point where the good outweigh the bad. But what about our dreams? Do we have good dreams? Of course. We all have good aspirations. We all have bad ones as well.

Me and my friends we're all lucky enough to have love. And those who love us are tough, they are strong in that they take some jokes and they send 'em back. It's a great sense of acceptance all around. Our dreams reach more than our loves though, but you can bet you're ass our loves are always in our dreams.

But I to head back to the train of thought that began this, Let's share a dream. Like mentioned before I work at a Super-Center. I also read comic books, I am a casual gamer, and I am a collector. Columbus, IN is a place extremely short of comic book stores. And I know some fans always envisioned owning a Comic Book store of their own.

I have that dream, but bigger. I use to phrase it as me wanting to start "The Wal-Mart of Comic Book Stores" but I wouldn't want that history. Wal-Mart has a history unique to it. But I do want to see a Comic Book Super-Center.

I can Always imagine a Comic Book store around the size of K-Mart. Isles of Comic Books, Rows of Clothing all catered to our favorite game and comic characters. Movies, Collectibles, Children Toys, Video and Board Games. A place where I and my friends would hang out discuss all our favorite subjects from Green Lantern's Ring and Star Lord's Fantastic Awesome Mix, to Government status and what we'd like to see to improve the world.

It's a simple dream that has larger boarders. It would be a good honest living that would help build a community.

I've always felt comic books are a way to reach outsiders. To reach youths and troubled individuals who need a sense of escape or just want to read an enjoyable story. Comic Books and Video Games are such a gateway that it makes me wonder why more people in this town don't want to try. Our Comic Book community is short in Columbus, or it seems that way.

Maybe my dream is to open a Supercenter Devoted to The world of Geek and Nerd Culture. Maybe my dream is to enhance a community. I'm not sure what the core value of my dream is. I know that I want to do good, I want to be in an environment where no one is at work because they have to be there, but because they genuinely want to be. Like a guys day out seven days a week and the men or women we love and cherish work with us and where we go home sit with our loves and enjoy our families. Heck wouldn't be nice to have Women working in a Comic Book Store?

Let's dream of expansion. Let's think about our Dreams. One of my friends, mentioned in vague that this involves is a intelligent and articulate blogger best known on the internet as The Master Solace. So, I guess this will be a sort of "Tag" your it moments. Share a dream. I know you've got to have them by the truckloads.

Let's all share a dream. Maybe talking about these dreams might actually light a fire to get us to actually attempt these Dreams. Maybe If I did this I would fail but you know what? We learn from our failure and I know if I ever did this I could hold my head up high and say "I did my best, I lived my Dream for however brief and personally I'm a richer person on the inside for it."

Also, Idea for a new reality T.V. Show. Think "Kitchen Nightmare" But for Comic Book Stores: Kevin Smith and Stan Lee, or more than likely just Stan Lee go around the country giving Comic Book Stores advice on how to survive, with wisdom, experience, and a little personal publicity that might actually help save the stores. Maybe call it "Super Stores!"

Well that's all for tonight folks. Thanks for reading.

Friday, October 3, 2014

Superman: The Video Game, My Ideas on How to Make it Work!

Superman: The Video Game
 I understand fully that Developers listen to Gamers, it's how games have evolved, We suggest things or ask for new ideas and Developers do listen to the masses. I'm not delusional enough to believe this will change anything. I am delusional enough to think that maybe I have some good ideas, and i am delusional enough to think that I could help. I'm delusional because I hope. Superman is my favorite Superhero, always has always will. And I care about the Superman fan base because we all strive something better, vicariously through this character. And as a Superman Fan I think it's important to hold with Honesty, a sense of hope that we can get that interactive experience.