Gemini73 wrote:Moggy wrote:Gemini73 wrote:Moggy wrote:Marvel only release 2 or 3 a year and Warner’s only 1 or 2. 8-10 hours or so of superhero movies over an entire year doesn’t sound that bad to me.
I can’t remember the last one I bothered to pay to see at the cinema though.
That's still too many I feel, plus it's pretty much every year. Then you factor in the slew of serials. Complete overkill.
10 hours a year is too much? People spend longer than that every single weekend just watching football.
I think you're purposely missing the point. Several superhero movies a year steals away the excitement and it just becomes a situation of "oh, it's another of those movies. Yawn*.
I like Star Wars as well, but I wouldn't want several films a year about it.
I don't watch football either. Tedious sport.
To use that example - if you asked the majority of star wars fans - ok we're going to release four films a year for the next five years.
Each major character will have their own film and then they'll be linked and have a couple of films that pulls them all together.
So a Han Solo film, leia Film, Chewbacca film, Yoda, Vader, Maul, Palpatine, et al
then Star wars Infinity force whatever.
Star wars fans would think they'd died and gone to heaven.
Mining the whole of the star wars universe for film material?
Who wouldn't want to see a Darth Bane origin story? or any other one of the thousands you could pick.