Open Discussion – November 28, 2011

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about vic1 Open Discussion   November 28, 2011As usual – talk about whatever you like as long as it’s related to movies, TV or Screen Rant itself – just remember to play nice. icon smile Open Discussion   November 28, 2011

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  1. Where the heck am I? Its 5:44 in the AM!
    Yeah, Im… Pretty Much Dead Already.
    Walking Dead blew my mind…

    • When it ended, I almost had a panic attack. My wife was ballin in tears. Epic ending for sure..

  2. I just wanna ask why Nolan is being producer of the next Batman reboot?

    • Where did you hear he was producing the reboot?

      • @ The mighty avenger

        On this site aswell other sites. Not only is Nolan producing the next Batman reboot, but i read supposedly could produce the Justice League film.

    • B/c WB has this ridiculous feeling they can’t make a Batman film without him.

      • @ Ghost

        I wish i can get a better explanation because i thought he was moving on other projects after TDKR. I agree about WB not wanting to let him go because of of success of his Batman films, but doesn’t surprise me if they want to keep him for other DC hero films aswell. In not all if all things possible. Know what i mean?

      • I agree. Not only canĀ“t they make a Batman movie without him, but DC movies in general. Look what happened to the non-Nolan GL movie.

        • At west.

          Oh I see. Well that’s good news to me. :) I like nolans vision but they can make a good batman and jla film without. It’s just they found a vision that works and they are not Gonna just drop it after 3 movies.

        • Burn! — but in all seriousness, I do agree with you.
          I wonder how MOS will turn out… Nolan is involved, but Snyder still has the ability to screw it up IMO — so that’s gonna be an interesting movie to predict…

          • Hopefully mos works out wonderfully. I am a huge supes fan and would love to see a amazing adaption that hasn’t really been done since reeves first superman.

            And I have faith In snyder. 300 and watchmen were great. I could have lived without seeing sucker punch.
            Hopefully he gives the fans and supes himself a grey adaption. :)

            • I hate Snyder…
              Despite that, I’m also hoping MoS works out well.

              • @ TheAvenger

                Im not a big fan of Snyder myself but hope MOS works out well. Id hate to be disappointed a 2nd time.

  3. To the Walking Dead poster above, how about a spoiler warning. You gave away a BIG surprise. I hadn’t seen the season yet since I hadn’t recorded the first two eps until this weekend.

    Hey Vic, can you cut it or add a warning for others? Thanks!

    • Yeah just saw that and edited it.


      • Thanks Vic.

  4. I just saw Red State by Kevin Smith. That movie is nuts. If you havnt seen it yet peep it out you can catch now on Netflix

  5. That was a weird pop up as for The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, why was the man in the gymp suit from American Horror Story doing in the beginning?

  6. I miss the old tasty popcorn (“the real stuff”) the theaters used to serve.

    • My theaters still serve it. It’s all in the butter my friend. :)

    • At all my local theaters we still have good quality popcorn…
      I just hate getting served COLD popcorn: IT. IS. THE. WORST.

  7. I just read that controversial British director Ken Russell has died at the age of 84.

  8. I just wish the concessions weren’t so much at my theatre. I know the theatre has to make money but come on! It SHOULD NOT cost more for snacks than it does to watch the movie. Is it any wonder people sneak stuff in. Not that I condone that or do it.

    • @ Brandon

      I agree with ya about consessions. It’s the same at the theater i go to if i were to buy candy which cost around $3.00 when i could bring in my own for $1.00. But with the way the economy is people taking their families to a movie, it adds up. I agree, you gotta spend money to make money, get more people to come. If things still don’t work, they can set the prices back to where they were. The theater i go to doesn’t have much of a selection of candy to buy that i like. I usually go to the matinee’s & buy a small or medium drink each time. Total id say spend each time i went to a movie would be $10.00.