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New The Predator Set Reports Talk Costumes & Creatures

Two more set reports from Shane Black’s The Predator have surfaced. The first is a length interview with director Shane Black over on Collider. Black talks about collaborating with Fred Dekker to write the script for the film and him wanting to do an “old-school thriller” for The Predator.

So, we just tried to take the existing mythology and take it a step further. Ask some questions about why? Why do Predators do what they do? What would be the next step for them? How do we up the stakes so that there’s not just a single Predator hunting a group of soldiers? Who are the soldiers? How are they different? What’s the heroic quotient and how do you make it not just guys with tough talk and big arms? I mean, I always favor real characters with real actors in these movies. I’m happy to have someone like Jesse Ventura, he’s actually a fine actor as far as that goes. But the actors we tended to get for this are a cut above, I think, the average tough guy.

Shane Black also touches on the budget and says he has a big budget but not as big as say Iron Man 3’s $200M. He goes on to say that effects are going to be half digital and half practical effects, and A.D.I. duo Tom Woodruff and Alec Gillis are behind the Predator costume.

 New The Predator Set Reports Talk Costumes & Creatures

Olivia Munn, left, and Jacob Tremblay star in Twentieth Century Fox’s “The Predator.”

The next set report can be found on Bloody-Disgusting. This one goes through the main characters and tells us a little about them. Particularly, the veterans and how they’re thrown onto a bus where they meet Quinn McKenna. One of the actors says there’ll be connections to all the Predator films as well the Aliens vs Predator universe. Lastly, Bloody-Disgusting have another set report which covers a few new things such as the Predator Dogs and Predator Ship.

6’10” Bryan Prince and 6’9″ Kyle Strauts will be portraying the Predators. Shane Black wanted the Predator designs to adhere to the original but he wanted to modernize it for the film. One of the scenes, they witnessed being filmed was the young boy Rory (Jacob Tremblay) being chased by a Predator Dog. It was much taller than the actor and were similar to Pitbulls with some form of dreadlocks. The Dogs will be all digital creations. They give details on another part of the set showing the inside of the Predator ship where out main character explores.

The massive set represents the inside of the vessel, a looming structure of metal and a complex circuitry of cables and pipes. Interestingly, these additions share a similar design to that of the creature’s iconic dreadlocks. We were also promised that there may be other small easter eggs hidden within the ship’s design. While we stood and marveled at the massive structure looming before us, I noticed several production design boards right outside the set. They depicted an as-yet unbuilt “slide” that looks to usher one of our characters deep into the belly of the ship.

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  1. Corporal Hicks
    http://www.denofgeek.com/uk/movies/the-predator/57636/visiting-the-set-of-the-predator

    A new set report. This one includes some stuff with Brian Prince about playing The Predator.

    QuoteThere's a certain thrill to seeing a Predator in real life. First, there's the scary height of the thing: about seven feet tall, with the bulky shoulders, the dreadlock-esque head tentacles and that cool, metallic mask. How disconcerting, then, that the guy under the Predator mask is loveable, smiling comic book geek named Brian Prince - it just so happens that he's a comic book geek who's nearly seven feet tall and great at parkour.

    "Olivia Munn said to me, 'There's no way you can play the Predator - you're too nice,'" Prince says with a huge grin. As Prince says this, he shifts his weight on a tall director's chair, the wood flexing beneath his muscular bulk. From the head downwards, he's pure Predator: the pale mottled skin, clawed hands, futuristic body armour. From the neck up, he's happy 20-something ex student who dreams of one day turning his comic into an animated feature.

    "I got really lucky," Prince shrugs. "I was originally an art student in Atlanta, I draw comics and do illustrations and stuff. I was in Seattle Washington in a parkour gym - I've done parkour for nine years."

    All that change, Prince explains, when he got a call from The Predator's stunt coordinator; Prince made a video demonstrating his parkour skills, sent it off, and within a few weeks, he was on a plane bound for Los Angeles.

    "I just got in there and started swingin' and jumpin', started running around. We did the audition process - there was me, Kyle, about three other guys, all about the same height. We drew in our own take of some kind of creature movement. I mixed in some hunting and primal elements with a lot of my parcour movements - a lot of jumping, vaulting, rolling around. I guess Shane liked it, because the next day they told me I got it. I was like, What? I was working minimum wage last year, and now I'm here!"

    So how does a friendly artist from Atlanta, Georgia get into the headspace of a ruthless hunter from another planet? Prince's secret weapon, he explains, is none other than Spotify.

    "One thing I started doing a few weeks in was listening to a lot of music - it's always been easy for me to listen to a song and take the emotion out of it," Prince says. "This one's angry, this one's sad. So I've been doing that. I have a playlist on my phone, on my Spotify, and it has a lot of videogame music. Foo Fighters. Pumped up, angry - I called [the playlist] Destroy. I have a lot of stuff from the God Of War games, because that character's a big inspiration for me. The main character of that game is Kratos - this big, tall warrior. He's very similar to what the Predator creature is, in my mind, so I use him as a reference and inspiration."

    All that parkour, meanwhile, will go towards creating a more agile Predator than we've seen in previous movies. Sure, the monster in the Schwarzenegger classic could lurk in trees and move swiftly, but the 2018 Predator, Prince says, will be far more fleet-footed.

    "This creature's a lot more mobile. In the other films, they'd move, for sure, but a lot of the times, in the first one, there wasn't a lot of agile movement. So with this one, for me, they're throwing me through things, I'm fighting, slashing. One of the things I had in mind was for the creature to look heavy, to look big, but also to be very mobile - kind of like a lion. A big creature... or a bear. You see one running at you, and you're like, Oh damn."

    As the interview draws to a close, Prince continues to marvel at the chance to appear in a big-budget sci-fi movie; he explains that, for the first few days, he didn't even realise he could just ask somebody for a bottle of water if he felt thirsty in his heavy, stuffy 60lb suit. "I'm learning to be more assertive without being a jerk," the actor says, his latex alien biceps bulging.

    Getting out of his chair, Prince thanks everybody in  turn, before heading off to play a deadly alien hunter in another scene. As one journalist puts it: "He's the sweetest Predator ever."
  2. Xerxész
    Quote from: dallevalle on May 14, 2018, 12:22:38 PM
    im kinda scared about the upgrade if it looks anything close to this then we are doomed ( resident evil retribution giant licker) xD

    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/98/2f/88/982f88d889b232f6cd1b9a90fba50169.gif

    The Upgrade is not 4-legged so don't be afraid.
    Here is a rough description of him:
    Spoiler
    - cc. 10 feet tall
    - does not have mask
    - has armour-like hard skin (so he does not need armour)
    - has humanish eyes
    - has an ion canon on his gauntlet
    - has a kind of projectile arrow weapon on his other gauntlet (I think this could be an updated Speargun)
    [close]
  3. Johnny Handsome
    Quote from: Corporal Hicks on May 14, 2018, 10:37:02 AM
    I mean as in some Predator's are costumes, the Upgrade AFAIK is the mo-cap. To the best of my knowledge there wasn't a practical suit for him.
    Well, if he's really a beast maybe its for the better, doing things old school for the sake of it isn't the right way either. We already have classic Predator suits, so maybe we get the best of both worlds.

    I like the Jurassic Park approach they take.
  4. Johnny Handsome
    Quote from: Corporal Hicks on May 14, 2018, 09:23:58 AM
    QuoteRothbart explains the inspiration for the dogs was not taken from the similar creatures seen in the film Predators.

    "We try to baseline it off...the Predator. So we try to keep it where at least we have some similar aspects to the dog that we can bring back to the Predator. They have some level of dreads to them." He emphasizes the importance of having an animal in reality to base the visual effect off of. The idea being the human brain can more quickly relate to a digital creation based in reality than something completely brand new and outside the box. So, what breed did they land on for the alien mutt's inspiration? "Pit Bulls...'cause they have to play a very angry, mean role and sometimes a nicer role."

    http://bloody-disgusting.com/news/3432561/set-visit-bleeds-can-kill-effects-design-predator/

    I'm a little worried about it being more based on the Predators themselves than the Hounds from Predators. I'm really not keen on them overdoing the hybrid-thing.


    Quote from: Stealth_Hunter on May 12, 2018, 02:26:35 AM
    Quote from: ace3g on May 12, 2018, 12:47:10 AM


    [Set Visit] Shane Black and Crew Talk Practical Effects and Predator Dogs in 'The Predator''

    http://bloody-disgusting.com/news/3432561/set-visit-bleeds-can-kill-effects-design-predator/



    QuoteI can confirm that despite some rumors of motion capture being used for the Predator, it appears we are getting a good old fashioned man in a suit for our main man.

    Rothbart also reiterated the Predators are being kept as live action as possible with only a few shots being designed for VFX.

    Outstanding  ;D

    Well we know this isn't strictly true. There's a mixture of both.
    You mean upgrade will be a mixture of motion capture and real suit?
  5. Corporal Hicks
    QuoteRothbart explains the inspiration for the dogs was not taken from the similar creatures seen in the film Predators.

    "We try to baseline it off...the Predator. So we try to keep it where at least we have some similar aspects to the dog that we can bring back to the Predator. They have some level of dreads to them." He emphasizes the importance of having an animal in reality to base the visual effect off of. The idea being the human brain can more quickly relate to a digital creation based in reality than something completely brand new and outside the box. So, what breed did they land on for the alien mutt's inspiration? "Pit Bulls...'cause they have to play a very angry, mean role and sometimes a nicer role."

    http://bloody-disgusting.com/news/3432561/set-visit-bleeds-can-kill-effects-design-predator/

    I'm a little worried about it being more based on the Predators themselves than the Hounds from Predators. I'm really not keen on them overdoing the hybrid-thing.


    Quote from: Stealth_Hunter on May 12, 2018, 02:26:35 AM
    Quote from: ace3g on May 12, 2018, 12:47:10 AM


    [Set Visit] Shane Black and Crew Talk Practical Effects and Predator Dogs in 'The Predator''

    http://bloody-disgusting.com/news/3432561/set-visit-bleeds-can-kill-effects-design-predator/



    QuoteI can confirm that despite some rumors of motion capture being used for the Predator, it appears we are getting a good old fashioned man in a suit for our main man.

    Rothbart also reiterated the Predators are being kept as live action as possible with only a few shots being designed for VFX.

    Outstanding  ;D

    Well we know this isn't strictly true. There's a mixture of both.
  6. Wysps
    Quote from: Xerxész on May 13, 2018, 09:54:31 AM
    Quote from: Wysps on May 12, 2018, 09:49:18 PM
    Spoiler
    "Pit Bulls...'cause they have to play a very angry, mean role and sometimes a nicer role."
    I'm nervous about this  :-[ It might be an execution thing, but I so don't want nice predator doggies walking alongside humans or taking them on as their masters.  An animal with a predator face shouldn't be nice or cute...I don't think I could get used to this.  The movie might end up making it acceptable, but I don't see how it can be done.
    [close]

    Have you read the script?
    There are much worse things regarding the dogs... ;)

    I have, regrettably :laugh: Would have been much better off just waiting to watch the movie.  Joke's on me.  And I'm with you, by the way - there are better things to worry about, but it still happens to be a pain point for me, as silly as it is.

    Quote from: PredBabe on May 13, 2018, 02:18:01 PM

    Quote from: OpenMaw on May 13, 2018, 05:15:40 AM
    Predators did a pretty good job with the Predator dogs. The way they were likened to real world hunters by Royce was very much in keeping with the original films away of expositing about the creature and it's motives.

    Whether they end up being the same beasty or not, well. I actually hope they at least take some cues from the Predators hound designs.

    Agreed.

    I like to think it depends of the type of hunt that the predators are looking to have. If they don't want to stalk and want to flush out their prey, then they'll use the hounds like they would a weapon. Maybe they're something they use in times of war as well.

    The leaked content is suggesting that this is ultimately not the role that one or some of the hounds will play, and it will be more like I described in my post  :'(  I do hope they end up changing it though, and it ends up being more like what happened in the Predators movie - which I can totally dig.
  7. PredBabe
    Quote from: yautjapet on May 13, 2018, 12:40:39 AM
    Quote from: Wysps on May 12, 2018, 09:49:18 PM
    The interviews just seem to be pouring out now. 

    Quote from: ace3g on May 12, 2018, 12:47:10 AM
    [Set Visit] Shane Black and Crew Talk Practical Effects and Predator Dogs in 'The Predator''

    http://bloody-disgusting.com/news/3432561/set-visit-bleeds-can-kill-effects-design-predator/

    Spoiler
    "Pit Bulls...'cause they have to play a very angry, mean role and sometimes a nicer role."
    I'm nervous about this  :-[ It might be an execution thing, but I so don't want nice predator doggies walking alongside humans or taking them on as their masters.  An animal with a predator face shouldn't be nice or cute...I don't think I could get used to this.  The movie might end up making it acceptable, but I don't see how it can be done.
    [close]

    I'm really leery about the idea of "predator dogs" in general. I just have a hard time seeing them using dogs (I'm talking classic pred, not superpreds) to aid them in their hunt, it feels like it would go against the idea of individual skill and self-sufficiency. I guess it's just not something I personally am interested in seeing, but that's just me.

    But your name is yautjapet, how can you not like the concept of predator dogs?!

    Quote from: OpenMaw on May 13, 2018, 05:15:40 AM
    Predators did a pretty good job with the Predator dogs. The way they were likened to real world hunters by Royce was very much in keeping with the original films away of expositing about the creature and it's motives.

    Whether they end up being the same beasty or not, well. I actually hope they at least take some cues from the Predators hound designs.


    Agreed.

    I like to think it depends of the type of hunt that the predators are looking to have. If they don't want to stalk and want to flush out their prey, then they'll use the hounds like they would a weapon. Maybe they're something they use in times of war as well.
  8. Xerxész
    Quote from: Wysps on May 12, 2018, 09:49:18 PM
    Spoiler
    "Pit Bulls...'cause they have to play a very angry, mean role and sometimes a nicer role."
    I'm nervous about this  :-[ It might be an execution thing, but I so don't want nice predator doggies walking alongside humans or taking them on as their masters.  An animal with a predator face shouldn't be nice or cute...I don't think I could get used to this.  The movie might end up making it acceptable, but I don't see how it can be done.
    [close]

    Have you read the script?
    There are much worse things regarding the dogs... ;)
  9. OpenMaw
    Predators did a pretty good job with the Predator dogs. The way they were likened to real world hunters by Royce was very much in keeping with the original films away of expositing about the creature and it's motives.

    Whether they end up being the same beasty or not, well. I actually hope they at least take some cues from the Predators hound designs.

  10. prototypeXIII
    The set looks good; I was however unimpressed by the teaser.  Less is more, and they decided they were going to shove the whole plot down your throat in one big gulp.  Save it for the trailer with tidbits here an there; As of now they delivered the entire skeleton without meat and it looks slim.
    We did however pretty much get confirmation on the plot, let's hope it delivers.
  11. Jigsaw85
    I love the fact that Shane black isn't dishing out the usual stock interview answers. "What made the original so great..." "respecting the original...." "...going back to the roots.." "recapturing what made the original such a classic." "....did i mention the original?" Instead he just says "I'm taking everything I loved growing up and throwing it all into one movie." Lol sounds nuts but could be a lot of fun. If nothing else, it should be entertaining.
  12. predator2rules
    My first impressions so far. I am impressed with the suit design. I always collected figures from Pred 1 and pred 2 but none of the other films. I think I will be buying any figure from this. I think to write off a film before seeing it is stupid. I know people are passionate but give it a go. It definitely feels different to other pred films but hell we are in 2018 and everything just seems bigger and more spectacular in films these days. I'm looking forward to the research facility scenes. I've wanted that idea for a long time. I am looking forward to it.

    It's bitch raping time
  13. yautjapet
    Quote from: Wysps on May 12, 2018, 09:49:18 PM
    The interviews just seem to be pouring out now. 

    Quote from: ace3g on May 12, 2018, 12:47:10 AM
    [Set Visit] Shane Black and Crew Talk Practical Effects and Predator Dogs in 'The Predator''

    http://bloody-disgusting.com/news/3432561/set-visit-bleeds-can-kill-effects-design-predator/

    Spoiler
    "Pit Bulls...'cause they have to play a very angry, mean role and sometimes a nicer role."
    I'm nervous about this  :-[ It might be an execution thing, but I so don't want nice predator doggies walking alongside humans or taking them on as their masters.  An animal with a predator face shouldn't be nice or cute...I don't think I could get used to this.  The movie might end up making it acceptable, but I don't see how it can be done.
    [close]

    I'm really leery about the idea of "predator dogs" in general. I just have a hard time seeing them using dogs (I'm talking classic pred, not superpreds) to aid them in their hunt, it feels like it would go against the idea of individual skill and self-sufficiency. I guess it's just not something I personally am interested in seeing, but that's just me.
  14. newagescamartist
    From a design perspective, AVP was pretty awesome in regard to the predators. Yes, the faces were terrible, but we got some of the coolest looking masks ( celtic, sexiest mask imo ), armor, and weapons. Some of the criticism here regarding the shuriken seems like nitpicking. The weapons aren't going to define this movie. I'm positive we haven't seen the coolest shit in the movie. These interviews are making me a lot more optimistic.
  15. Wysps
    The interviews just seem to be pouring out now. 

    Quote from: ace3g on May 12, 2018, 12:47:10 AM
    [Set Visit] Shane Black and Crew Talk Practical Effects and Predator Dogs in 'The Predator''

    http://bloody-disgusting.com/news/3432561/set-visit-bleeds-can-kill-effects-design-predator/

    Spoiler
    "Pit Bulls...'cause they have to play a very angry, mean role and sometimes a nicer role."
    I'm nervous about this  :-[ It might be an execution thing, but I so don't want nice predator doggies walking alongside humans or taking them on as their masters.  An animal with a predator face shouldn't be nice or cute...I don't think I could get used to this.  The movie might end up making it acceptable, but I don't see how it can be done.
    [close]
  16. azamultic
    ELDERCLANLEADER Yeh I love Predator 2, and I would say I love Predator 2 a little bit more than original Predator. And I agree part of the lore they inserted in the end was AMAZING! My favourite scene is the lost tribe one  ;)
    " Thing is im more a fan of the creature than the film itself "
      Also I think it's part of the reason why a lot of people being angry and negative to the fact that they are not a fan of the movie, but fan of the "Predator" himself. They don't care about characters, all they want is to see Slasher movie where Predator kills victims, another location, another group of people( I am generalizing a lot) ;)
    And I think it's a possible way to use a franchise(Predator 2 was a slasher to a degree), but also we can go different direction and actually get more polished and expended universe, or hell even get new classic, or a hit (If we will get lucky)
  17. Hollywood
    Quote from: Jenga on May 12, 2018, 07:02:26 AM
    This is so weird. The Trailer seems so generic and uninspired but I'm absolutely loving this interview with Shane black on JoBlo. His head and his heart totally seem in the right place and it's kind of pulled me out of the funk I felt when the trailer landed. It's so frustrating because I think they absolutely could make several good Predator movies but they have to not go too big and focus on characters and have some fun. It will be interesting to see how this turns out.

    I agree especially about Shane Blacks interview. I love what he says about the characters and casting them.
  18. ELDERCLANLEADER
    Brokentusk sorry to break it to you , but that's only your opinion , if you don't like the direction it's going in fine , but there's no need to take it out on people who are willing to give it a chance before forming their own judgement. Seriously dude , you haven't even seen it yet , and your totally writing it off , the truth is none of us know if it will be a good film or not at this point.



    Also if you really cared about predator , you would want this film to be successful even if you didn't like it ... why ? Because if this film bombs say goodbye to another predator film for the next 20 years if at all.

    Now Disney are so close to owning predator , this film will either be seen an the revival of predator or the death of predator for years to come.. so when all you so called fans want it to fail , just remember your not just hurting the movie,  you are hurting the brand as a whole. And that is far more damaging than what Shane black could ever do with one film.
  19. brokentusk420
    The first avp was just as awful as the second. Instead of going off the comic they took elements and made a hack of a movie with hack creature effects. It's the starting point of people inserting there own tasteless vision to the Predator character as well as the alien.  This movie looks as if will be no different
  20. BigDaddyJohn
    Quote from: D88M on May 12, 2018, 01:07:07 PM
    Quote from: Hemi on May 12, 2018, 09:43:18 AM
    Quote from: D88M on May 12, 2018, 02:13:14 AM
    The fact that he is using the Shurikens instead of the Disc weapon tells me everything i need to know, as if IM3 was not enough proof that he has NO idea what is the essence of a character

    Iron Man 3 was a great movie. And judging a movie because the baddy uses a certain weapon is lame.
    unrelated to the comic book

    That doesn't make it a bad movie IMO. I guess judgment on IM3 depends a lot on where you stand from, more of a comic lover or a cinema lover... I'm more of the latter, even though iron man is one of my 4 favourite comic book character ever  ;)

    Anyway, can' wait to hear more about The Predator, more set visits reports and interviews, those we already got were really interesting.
  21. ELDERCLANLEADER
    The original AVP wasn't that bad , it was just a dumb creature feature and I don't think it was ever to be taken seriously, I enjoyed it for what it was , there were things in there that I didn't like sure , but I wouldn't call it a "bad" movie. AVPR however was utterly dreadful I'll give you that.

    I think The Predator will be far superior movie than both AVPs and Predators put together. Sure there are things in this new film I'm cautious about , but I'm not automatically going to not like it , before Iv actually seen the final product first.
  22. D88M
    Quote from: Hemi on May 12, 2018, 09:43:18 AM
    Quote from: D88M on May 12, 2018, 02:13:14 AM
    The fact that he is using the Shurikens instead of the Disc weapon tells me everything i need to know, as if IM3 was not enough proof that he has NO idea what is the essence of a character

    Iron Man 3 was a great movie. And judging a movie because the baddy uses a certain weapon is lame.

    Is not, it is entertainning and well made on the technical aspects but is not good, the main problem being that has NOTHING to do with anything Iron Man related, is just a random movie that happens to have Iron Man lore names pasted on it. One of the worst mcu movies, up there with Thor Ragnarok, specially in the "unrelated to the comic book" department. It gives me zero faith in regards to what Shane is doing with this movie.

    And the weapon is the same dumb one as in both awful AVP movies (and game that also had avp movies stuff in it for some senseless reason) so it just gives me a bad feeling about the movie. That and the awful leaked script of course. That script and the previous movie i saw from the director leads me to believe this movie will be bad, the fact that they use a weapon from two bad movies instead of the classic weapon from a far more superior movie which is actually canon is the cherry on the cake that tells me my bad feelings are justified so far. In fact every new we get related to this movie makes it sound worse and worse, i think i will skip watch it on theaters.


    Now, moving on:

    "One of the actors says there'll be connections to all the Predator films as well the Aliens vs Predator universe."
    "Predator dogs"

    WTF, are they serious? Connection to the avp movies? So Shane is gonna turn them into canon? (Not really, the three Alien movies -Resurrection maybe- and two Predator movies are canon and nothing else)

    Predator dogs?

    This is really sounding like a random movie with Predators in it
  23. ELDERCLANLEADER
    Azamultic nice one bro ! Yeah I sort of feel like even if Shane gets this film wrong , I can forgive him for at least trying new things and going for a large scope.

    This will always be my favourite franchise of all time , I would much rather go into a cinema seeing a brand new take on my favourite hunter and exploring their lore more , than seeing the same worn down formula again and again .

    I agree with you azamultic the first film was very much a fluke , it just had the right team on board at the right time. Thing is im more a fan of the creature than the film itself , to me predator 2 is better than predator 1 because I love how it tried to build on the lore. Since predator 2 I haven't had a film that gives me any real deep satisfaction, and I believe The Predator will do exactly that for me. It wants to expand on the lore , it wants a much bigger scope and it's not going to please every predator fan , but to me Shane can be forgiven for trying something fresh. All this negativity is based on what exactly? They have seen a tiny trailer, and most haven't even read the script either , the way we have. So I think people are acting quite sheepish when they are putting this film down , because as it stands it's based on nothing . ;D
  24. BigDaddyJohn
    Quote from: dallevalle on May 12, 2018, 09:57:34 AM
    Quote from: Hemi on May 12, 2018, 09:43:18 AM
    Quote from: D88M on May 12, 2018, 02:13:14 AM
    The fact that he is using the Shurikens instead of the Disc weapon tells me everything i need to know, as if IM3 was not enough proof that he has NO idea what is the essence of a character

    Iron Man 3 was a great movie. And judging a movie because the baddy uses a certain weapon is lame.

    well you might have enjoyed iron man 3 but i thought it was a average iron man movie.
    id rather watch thor dark world over iron man 3.


    :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
  25. dallevalle
    Quote from: Hemi on May 12, 2018, 09:43:18 AM
    Quote from: D88M on May 12, 2018, 02:13:14 AM
    The fact that he is using the Shurikens instead of the Disc weapon tells me everything i need to know, as if IM3 was not enough proof that he has NO idea what is the essence of a character

    Iron Man 3 was a great movie. And judging a movie because the baddy uses a certain weapon is lame.

    well you might have enjoyed iron man 3 but i thought it was a average iron man movie.
    id rather watch thor dark world over iron man 3.
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