• I want to see all of them. Thor looks the best and he's my least favorite character of the bunch. I'm excited about a new X-men movie though. Green Lantern looks just ok but I still want to see it. Cap looks pretty cool, too.


    I can't wait for 2012 when we finally see the new Batman film and Avengers.

  • Batman, Avengers, Wolverine, and Spider-Man all hit in 2012...and possibly Superman in December.  That's a heavy hitter year...good thing we're all going out with a BANG.  ;)
  • Probably Captain America for me.

    I love Natalie Portman, but she isn't enough to sell the Thor movie for me. It's just doesn't look "right" to me. But man, how did Kenneth Branagh is the director.

    Green Lantern has some potential.

    Practically no interest in X-Men: First Class, but I'd go see it if it gets good reviews.

  • I want Green Lantern to succeed because I love the character and want DC to have another movie franchise.
  • I agree, Philip. I'm most pumped to see GL because he's by far my favorite character of the bunch and I've seen nothing to make me think it's going to fall short.

    My next favorite hero would be Cap, but I'm not sold that he's going to be plausible. I see a lot of WWII movies, and I'm not sure he works too well when you get right down to it. I'll definitely be interested in seeing how well it's received.

    The Thor movie looks pretty good in the trailers, and the situation (arrogant Thor exiled to Earth) is certainly respectful of the comics. But I've never been much of a Thor fan for various reasons. So I'm less interested.

    I don't know much about X-Men: First Class. I wasn't that excited about the Wolverine movie, so this one has to be good for me to be interested. But if it IS good, then I'll be there.

    The Hugh Jackman/Wolverine movie sounds pretty interesting for 2012. It's going to be based on the Claremont-Miller Japanese Wolverine mini-series, directed by Darren Aronofsky. They're sounding really respectful of the comic, so that has real potential.

    -- MSA

  • Captain America and Thor both look really good.  I doubt I'll be able to see all four in the theatres so those two top my list.
  • Heidi MacDonald was griping the other day that "X-Men: First Class" doesn't look authentically like the early '60s. (What does she expect -- "Mad Men"?) I'll admit I don't recall any TV sets that looked like that in the '60s.
  •'s Marvel 60s...they had super soldiers in the 40s and genetic super-spiders by 2001.  Oh, yeah, and MUTANTS.
  • I am planning on seeing them all, but Green Lantern tops the list. If I do end up passing on any it would be X-Men First Class. I may wait and see if that one comes to our local theater. Carmike has made the one in Calhoun a second run theater so all seats are only $1.50.
  • I think Thor has looked the best so far, but he is the one I like the least. Captain America's costume looks weird to me, and I can't put my finger on why. But it is off.  I still haven't seen the X-Men trailer, and it seems like the forgotten movie to me. I always forget about it until someone reminds me it is coming out.


    Green Lantern I just don't know about. I have an acquaintance working on the special effects for the movie, and he said the director is making them tone it down all of the time. I don't know what to make of that...

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