It should be obvious - if an intellectual property from another medium is worth adapting, it's worth adapting in a way that doesn't cower from or disrespect that intellectual property.
Littlefinger feels dicked over by three specific families: Tullys, Starks and Arryns. He wanted to marry Catelyn Tully and her father said no. Ned Stark got to marry Catelyn instead. And he’d been under House Arryn as a minor vassal all his life.
A lot of people are saying that Thor would have been on Cap’s side. I find this highly unlikely. In fact, I think there’s a fairly good chance that Thor would have been on Tony Stark’s side. Why?
If DC & Marvel went after each other, they'd cut their own throats. One thing I loved about working in comics was that pretty much EVERYONE in the field knew and liked each other.
First thing that people have to understand is that the film industry is a mixture of 50% art and 50% business, hence the popular term “show business”.
People dying from the first hit, people hit too easily, and people escaping a rain of bullets are few Hollywood misconceptions about shootouts
This is an issue that extends beyond superhero films, to films in general. America has a young actor crisis. The topic has received quite a bit of coverage over the last couple of years, especially after the totally American story of Selma came out and people realized four of the primary characters were played by British actors.
Yes... But only when the cameras are on or they're in public.
After the god-awful representation of Deadpool in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, 20th Century Fox was [rightfully] skeptical of the success of a potential Deadpool movie.