Spiderman is my fav comic book. The Spiderman movies were "okay," but I never really cared for them too much. I don't think the choice of actor/actress for Spidey and Mary Jane in the movies was very good.
I think Ironman is one of the best superhero movies I've seen. It was very good.
Didn't care for the Spiderman 3, 2 was ok, Ironman was sweet. I hope they make at least one more (and could, but I won't spoil it for you). The new Batman was really good, but I kinda preferred the first one. It sucked that Katie Holmes wasn't in the second one. I didn't like the new Rachel. It's never a good idea to switch actors/actress' but when you're married to a psycho, you can't always do what you want.
Paramount Stays Marvel-ous
Extended pact includes Thor and Iron Man sequels.
September 30, 2008 - Paramount Pictures, a unit of Viacom, Inc. and Marvel Studios, a subsidiary of Marvel Entertainment, Inc., have announced an agreement under which Paramount will distribute Marvel's next five self-produced feature films on a worldwide basis.
The deal, an extension of the original agreement made by Brad Grey when he arrived as CEO and Chairman of Paramount Pictures, includes theatrical distribution in foreign territories previously serviced by Marvel through local distribution entities (Japan, Germany, France, Spain and Australia/New Zealand). The distribution pact capitalizes on Marvel and Paramount's successful efforts with Iron Man, which has grossed $574 million worldwide for Marvel.
The highly anticipated live action releases include Iron Man 2 (May 7, 2010), Thor (July 16, 2010), The First Avenger: Captain America (May 6, 2011), and The Avengers (July 15, 2011). The distribution agreement also includes Iron Man 3.
"Coming off of Iron Man's incredible success this summer, we could not be more excited about extending our relationship with Marvel," said Rob Moore, Vice Chairman of Paramount Pictures. "Marvel's iconic brand, its popular characters and its proven ability to create compelling and visually spellbinding films complement Paramount's great history of filmmaking. We look forward to a long and successful run together."
"Paramount is an excellent partner and an outstanding global distributor," said David Maisel, Chairman of Marvel Studios. "Through our experience on Iron Man, Paramount has demonstrated a passion and ability to release Marvel properties theatrically, allowing us to focus on making great movies for the largest audience possible."
Marvel's Iron Man, starring Robert Downey Jr. and directed by Jon Favreau, was distributed by Paramount earlier this year and was one of the top films of 2008. The DVD, including a version in Blu-ray, will be released on September 30, 2008.