Maybe IHOP can sponsor this movie. LOLz!
We weren't crazy about director Joe Johnston's Jurassic Park flick
and neither was anyone else, but we're pret-ty pumped for Captain America, so maybe Joe COULD be right for a Boba Fett movie…with plenty of guidance from George Lucas, of course.
During a recent interview, Johnston opened up about his desire to make a movie centered on the much-loved Star Wars character Boba Fett. Here's what he had to say about it:
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At least Universal has the sense not to try to make a direct sequel to that awful Wolfman movie which came out last year!
A new direct-to-dvd Wolfman flick called Werewolf is in the works, which appears to be a reboot of last year's Wolfman reboot. Ha!
Our biggest problem with the last Wolfman movie was
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After much speculation, it's been confirmed!
Captain America has his nemesis!
British actor Hugo Weaving will be taking the villainous role as The Red Skull in the film adaptation of Captain America: The First Avenger! Chris Evans and Hayley Atwell are so far the only other actors confirmed for the project, and Joe Johnston has taken the helm as director.
We think he's going to seriously bring it! He kicked ass in V For Vendetta and The Lord of the Rings!
Image via AP Images.]
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They've chosen the villain!
Marvel Studios is in talks with actor Hugo Weaving to play Red Skull in the upcoming Captain America movie directed by Joe Johnston.
In the comics, Red Skull was Hitler's right-hand man and Captain America's enemy since 1941.
Negotiations should begin in the next few days and if Weaving signs on it will reunite him with Johnston since they worked together on The Wolfman.
Weaving plays a good bad guy so we think he's a really good choice — remember, he played Agent Smith in the Matrix films!
What do U think?
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