As a trilogy the movies had some pretty big problems such as killing of the main villian by the end of the movie. I mean they introduced Green Goblin, let us know exactly who was under the mask from the beginning and then killed him at the end of the movie. I realize that GG died in the comics in a similar fashion, but we barely had any time to start to care about Spider-Man's greatest foe before he's dead. Take Nolan's Batman movies for instance, in Begins the story focuses on how Bruce Wayne becomes the Bat. Two villians are introduced, Ras Al Ghul and Scarecrow. Ras is introduced as Bruce's master/sensei and his "death" is kind of ambiguous, as we never see the body. Scarecrow is introduced early and is pretty much shown to be a minor villian and survives the movie. At the end of Begins, Batman's greatest foe is introduced, giving a lead in to the sequel. The Dark Knight large parts of the movie are devoted to the Joker, we get to see him in action without Batman showing up to foil is plans. Dark Knight shows us why Joker is such a threat and why he is a villian that couldn't have been beaten and thrown in jail against his will in the first 5 minutes of the movie.
pock63 wrote:I like thet there having a reboot. Hopfulley thell have the same movie company that does iron man do it so that spiderman can apear in the evengers movie.
BurningDoom wrote:They need to do a classic Avengers line-up for the movie. It needs to be the icons such as Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America so it makes a big impact on the general, non-comic reading public. Then a New Avengers line-up might work for a sequel.
PUNISHMENT5411 wrote:I'd hate it if they did the green goblin again...give us rhino or vulture! Hell, even Electro!
Green Skin wrote:They should just go over the top bad and do the Clone Saga
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