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Sub-Mariner


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Jonathan Mostow
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i just saw that on IMDb too timon. actually a good idea i think. The Rock (should he not jus be called Dwayne Johnson by now?)'d be too big for Namor. And it isnt like Boreanz cant do the action thing.  More

Posted by Adrian at 18:04, 13 September 2007 | Report This Post

RE: Sub-Mariner
According to Aintitcool, Universal is lining up David Boreanz (Angel, Bones) as Namor. Make or that what you will.  More

Posted by Timon at 12:10, 15 May 2007 | Report This Post

RE: Sub-Mariner
L: Beno Heard that "The Rock" is gonna play Submariner, could work, hes walked around in trunks before anyhoo. he Rock as Namor? Yeah, that could work, but I wonder how you could transfer The Sub-Mariner to the present. I think he should be left alone, especially since he doesn't like us surface dwellers.  More

Posted by Metalion at 18:36, 02 March 2007 | Report This Post

RE: Re: Sub-Mariner or Aquaman
L: jimbo909 All the MARVEL movies so far have been set in the present day. I suppose it would make budgets too high if these films were big action/CG spectacles period pieces. I think a property like Fantastic Four would have benifited from a retro, sixties setting (also better casting for Sue and handling Dr. Doom properly). Similarly, A Sub-Mariner movie would work better set in the 40's. I mean if there really was a lost city of Atlantis James Cameron would have found it by now.  More

Posted by Timon at 12:08, 02 March 2007 | Report This Post

RE: Sub-Mariner
Heard that "The Rock" is gonna play Submariner, could work, hes walked around in trunks before anyhoo.  More

Posted by Beno at 20:59, 01 March 2007 | Report This Post

RE: Re: Sub-Mariner or Aquaman
All the MARVEL movies so far have been set in the present day. I suppose it would make budgets too high if these films were big action/CG spectacles period pieces. I think a property like Fantastic Four would have benifited from a retro, sixties setting (also better casting for Sue and handling Dr. Doom properly). Similarly, A Sub-Mariner movie would work better set in the 40's. I mean if there really was a lost city of Atlantis James Cameron would have found it by now. Consider the King Kong  More

Posted by jimbo909 at 08:52, 10 February 2007 | Report This Post

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The Game was David Fincher  More

Posted by Timon at 14:21, 09 February 2007 | Report This Post

RE: Re: Sub-Mariner or Aquaman
Apparently it was Universal back in 2004 when Chris Columbus was slated to direct, he was supposed to start work on it when he finished Rent but no sign yet.   Apparently the Director is now Jonathon Mostow which could be good as both Breakdown and The Game had a nice dark edge to them which would compliment the character although Terminator 3 stunk a lot and U571 wasn't much better.      More

Posted by sanchia at 14:19, 09 February 2007 | Report This Post

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Which studio has the rights to Sub-Mariner, anyway?  More

Posted by jimbo909 at 11:11, 09 February 2007 | Report This Post

Re: Sub-Mariner or Aquaman
Namor has little wings on his ankles and is far more an anti hero than Aquaman swinging from a heroic individual to a villainous one so may be a more interesting character. In fact I think he's declared war on the surface a few times including flooding New York using whales and undersea turbines (actually appeared in the comic way back). Although his scaley speedo's and elf ears may not go down to well and he is still a rubbish character.    More

Posted by sanchia at 21:17, 08 February 2007 | Report This Post

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