Kevin Feige on Iron Man 3 and The Avengers 2

News Glen Chapman 5 May 2013 - 23:34

Kevin Feige has been chatting about how Iron Man 3 sets the tone for The Avengers 2...

The Avengers will be a tough act to follow for Marvel and Joss Whedon, as it's fair to say that it exceeded expectations from both a critical and commercial standpoint. Whedon himself spoke about the pressures and difficulties of the sequel recently. Someone who is slightly more confident, however, is Kevin Feige who has been chatting about the film recently:

Speaking to Collider, he said that "Joss has said it on the record in the past, that it's not about going bigger. It's not about, 'and this time there will be five more explosions in this section!' I mean certainly you want to up the ante, you want to exceed people's expectations, but I think there are various ways of doing that and Iron Man 3 is a very, very good test for us doing that".

He elaborated further: “The first movie we make after The Avengers has our hero spending more time out of the suit than any of the other movies; that seems potentially counter-intuitive to some people, but that was exactly why we did it. We didn't want to say, 'Oh now it has to be bigger and he fights 100 people in armoured suits.'"

He went on to specifically address The Avengers 2:

“We've been consistent in talking about this leading up to The Avengers: what is most interesting to us and why we hired Joss Whedon in the first place is the interaction between the characters. That's more fun to us than the massive action scenes that are gonna have to come with and and we're gonna have to figure out ... but already the scenes that Joss has of just the characters sitting around and interacting are hilarious and are awesome and are moving and a notch or two above the first movie, and to me that's where you wanna top yourself.”

More on The Avengers 2 when it's available. The full piece is at Collider, here.

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I absolutely love hearing comments like this. It's refreshing to hear someone in a position of influence talk about it and you realize that "Hey, this guy gets it!".

Hollywood has been cursed with atrocious sequels because studio execs want just what he's talking about. They want it bigger and better, and more "in your face" etc...

Just look at Michael Bay..

Well, you might reconsider your point of view once you've seen Iron Man 3...It's not Michael Bay bad, but it's not very good either. And he is fighting with 36 armours at the end so that's a bit of BS from Kevin Feige if you ask me...

I thought the House Party protocol was dope af, I liked that he had all those suits of armor

OH really, how very amusing.

Iron Man 3 is terrific. The absolutely packed house I saw it with early on the third day of American release loved it, start to finish.

It is going to be one of the biggest hits of all time, and the best overall Iron Man movie.

Well, guess what? They more than followed it!

Iron Man 3 is huge. I expected it to be a good movie, too, and it was better than I expected.

The Mandarin twist is inspired, and perfectly played by all, especially Sir Ben Kingsley.

Unfortunately, I have a feeling that this Sir Ben's twist works better than that involving the future Sir Ben coming up in Star Trek Into Darkness. Well, in terms of identity, that is. Say no more.

What I really liked about IM3 is it's really a Tony Stark movie. He doesn't actually spend that much time in the suit. And what he learns about himself in his PTSD state after Avengers is very important, and empowering.

>The Avengers will be a tough act to follow for Marvel and Joss Whedon, as it's fair to say that it exceeded expectations from both a critical and commercial standpoint.

I thought it was cool, him building weapons, and stuff, but I hope he spends a bit more time in the suit in Avengers 2.

I think going bigger doesn't only mean more explosions, and I do believe the only way to please people in Avengers 2 is to actually go bigger. A bigger more menacing villain, and more good guys to fight him. I.e. the infinity gauntlet story which would be awesome.

Still haven't watched it and cannot wait.

I think you will LOVE it. A lot of terrific Shane Black material. Downey and company are in excellent form.

Awesome idea but rather poor execution IMO. I was craving to see all the armours in details -and the hall of armours especially - and we see only glimpse of them before they are torn apart like sardine cans; since when have the armours become so weak?
And why would Tony Stark decide to destroy its entire armada when he knows which perils Earth have already faced?! Truly one of the biggest WTF in the movie.

Oh, yes, "meta-commenting." That does post-date my university days.

The Mandarin reveal is brilliant, perfectly played by all, and extremely funny.

Baudrillard might even enjoy it, were enjoyment on tap.

Citizen Kane and Ed Wood in the same sentence? Say no more ...

Your point on the two movie I listed and on the usage of meta-comment is a logical fallacy, using the angle of my personal taste and speech rather than discussing on the merits on the movie. At least I have provided example of what I find poor writing in the movie.

I could watch a movie of JUST the characters interacting. The action is cool but the interactions amongst the people is what makes it rewatchable over and over.

A logical fallacy. The amusement never ceases, I fear.

I've already outlined some of the movie's many merits, in much greater detail than your attacks on it.

EDIT: OH, WAIT, I SEE THAT YOU HAVE ADDED REAMS OF MATERIAL TO YOUR COMMENT, AFTER I REPLIED TO IT.

Nope, I have no interest in your deceptive debate tactics or in reading all that stuff.

This is very deceptive of you to add all that stuff to your "comment" after it is replied to.

I have no interest in any dialogue with someone who operates in this way.

Here is this fellow's original comment: "It is the beauty of humanity that we are all different and have different advice on movies, therefore. I'm glad you enjoyed it. I found it full of plot holes and incoherent behaviors, meta-commenting everything, and of course the Mandarin reveal...Well...I'm not the only one left down by it. For the record being on the biggest hit of all time is not necessarily a mark of quality - I don't rank Independence Day and the transformers movies over Citizen Kane or Ed Wood, let's say."

WE ARE ALL DONE.

You probably have in other posts, but in here today you have said "it's terrific" and "It is going to be one of the biggest hits of all time". Not exactly a counter-arguments on Killian being a rip-off of Carrey's Riddler, for example.
I don't mind not agreeing on a movie - this is the life of a geek on a daily basis - but I expect a respectful tone when discussing with people who have another advice on it.

Sport, considering that you dramatically changed your comment AFTER I REPLIED TO IT, you have a lot of nerve to complain about my tone. Or just bad judgment.

Kindly find a compartment in which to stuff yourself.

Well William once again you attack my personality rather than discussing the movie, so I guess we are de facto done. I have indeed added many examples because I thought of them afterward, organizing my thoughts about the movie, which is usually how my mind operates. This is what the edit function is for, and then the post is marked clearly as edited, and you can also easily edit yours in response (and actually you did on several on your posts: so what exactly is the problem? You could have then answered about the Riddler rip-off in edit?). To see this a "deceptive tactic" is certainly a strong use of words - as a reminder we are debating here solely of the merits of a comic book movie - but the fact that you have no interest in dialog and want to use capital letter to signify the end of the debate is of course your choice.

Your tactic in secretly changing your argument after I reply to it is totally deceptive.

Your attempt to rationalize it is also deceptive.

If you were being honest, you would "think of these new arguments" and use them in your continuing discussion with me. Not in dramatically changing your original comment into a lengthy communique.

Your tactics are unacceptable and your opinions are simply of no interest to me.

I don't want to hear another word from you.

For the record, you started commenting on my opinion as "amusing", worthy of your uni days, and then gradually becoming more and more passionate rather than staying on track about the movie. Granted, I shouldn't have asked you to answer on a remark I listed after your comment, because you would have missed it. That is still not a "tactic" and I still wonder how discussing on the merits of a comic-book movie on Den of Geek has turned sour and personal in 10 minutes. I have had better and more satisfying debates on this site for sure.

Kindly cut the nonsense.

Re-read and understand: Your tactic in secretly changing your argument after I reply to it is totally deceptive.

Your attempt to rationalize it is also deceptive.

If you were being honest, you would "think of these new arguments" and use them in your continuing discussion with me. Not in dramatically changing your original comment into a lengthy communique.

Your tactics are unacceptable and your opinions are simply of no interest to me.

I don't want to hear another word from you.

Dear William, I will express my opinion as much as I wish too, even if you don't want to hear another word from me. If your opinion are of no interest to you, you can then stop commenting on them, because apparently for the past 15 min they have been of much interest to you. All the best.

Dealing with your quite deceptive repetitive behavior interests me.

Your opinion does not.

Haha, I'm not even part of this debate but your opinion is wrong so shh

"And why would Tony Stark decide to destroy its entire armada when he knows which perils Earth have already faced?!"

I assume that point will resurface in Avengers 2, where I hope Tony will have some Earth defence system installed. But the point was, mostly thematically, that he doesn't need the suit anymore. They were holding him back. From the start he had this severe self-confidence issue, so he shut himself out and buried himself in drugs of various kinds, and then later he literally created an armour around himself to keep him safe, his cocoon, keeping everyone out. Destroying them all meant opening up to Pepper fully and becoming his own man. It's not the suit. HE, Tony Stark, IS Iron Man. Doesn't mean he'll stop building though.

Is is just me that think William Bradley would be better off not commenting on this site any more. On almost every post he attacks other people's opinions, but always tries to make a point of everyone being allowed their own opinion. And then it quickly escalates to just insulting people and telling them to shut up.

My oldest and bestest chum back at work again. At least that chap said "...might reconsider...", whereas you have stamped your apparently official, global-spokesperson ruling on the matter. Do you remember the time we went camping in continental Europe?

I bet it is a rubbish film and not very good and also I bet it is rubbish and that you like rubbish films because you are silly.

Bill is wonderful, he enriches the comments section. An extremely close analogy would be fertiliser

thanks for the star trek spoiler douchebag

Why is it every article i read on here ends with you talking down to people and just generally being a condescending twit.

Spending more time out of the suit was genius. Loved IM3.

Also: could everyone else please stop trying to spoil Star Trek? Some of us haven't seen it, and mentioning it on unrelated movie articles is kinda mean...

Ah yes, the stalker. Another form of DOGgie jabber.

Sheer nonsense, from a fake handle.

You'll wear yourself with all this typing and creativity (names) ...

I happened to know that your real name is Bewis Spatchcock.

Hello my love, do you remember a film called "Cocoon"?

I've got a fake footle. You've got a wooden head. Let's do lunch.

Infinite, pointless jabber.

I totally agree with hysteria1989 - and have been thinking about making a similar comment about you for a while (and BTW this is not a fake handle, I have commented several times on this site under this name).
I've also noted your over present comments on way too many articles. Comments that are often condescending or belligerent and argumentative. I've made a mental note of your avatar and sometimes avoid reading anything you write.
Now, I simply wanted to back up hysteria1989, and I have said what I feel (which is only my impression from what I've seen of you in the comments on this site). I have no desire to get into a long debate, feel free to respond but fair warning I will not reply.

Because the armor had become more important to him than Pepper and everyone else he had considered a close friend (like Happy). By destroying his suits he showed Pepper that he was ready to dedicate himself mentally to her.

I don't read lengthy personal flames, especially ones based on my "commenting too much."

I actually want to believe you but a man who sees his beloved fall to her 'death' & even that moment of sorrow is so unconvincing. Maybe RDJ was on automatic but that moment which should've been poignant was... ;oooopsss!!! Oh Crap, there she goes'

Not a fake handle just a handle based on a favorite song and the year of my birth. If you would like to know my actual name it is Daniel Moore. I look forward to being belittled and spoken down to by you shortly.

Is he going to be in Avengers 2? Coz a post here on DoG implied he won't be... But watching a Tony Stark/IM not played by RDJ will take some serious adapting from me

Old New Yorker cartoon:

"On the Internet, no one knows you're a dog."

Well, if Iron Man 3 was the test, I hope they know they have failed. The movie was a lot of fun (how can it not be, with such a charismatic leading man), but it was far from good...
Except for the wonderful final credits. That sequence was magic. My favourite.

Couldn't agree more. The comment he makes about hiring Joss specifically to look at character interaction in the first place hits the nail on the head. That is precisely what Joss does best, and for all the amazing fight sequences in Avengers the best scenes for my money are the ones with a few heroes just talking. So glad they will continue to build on the great work done there in 2015.

Den of Geek seems to be suffering from IMDB fever, are we heading to loads of pointless petty arguing over who's opinion is right or can we get back to being geeks and enjoy all that entails

It is infinite, yes. That means we can enjoy our conversations for eternity. Do you remember in high school how you were a jock and captain of the football team, dating the prom queen, and I was just a nerd playing Dungeons & Dragons with my chums?

So much unread tapping.

Are you on earlies this week? Trevor is on holiday so I am on my usual lates but starting two hours early to help cover. Have you seen a film called "Flight of the Navigator"?

More blither.

This was the worst Marvel film to date. Bad little kid humor, awkward action and anticlimactic ending. What movie did you see Bradley?

Oh, I saw the movie that most filmgoers and movie critics saw, of course.

Oh William, you're such a rogue and a dandy. I just looked up Iron Man 3 in the dictionary (which was written by Jesus and Einstein) and it says that it is "not that good", which means you are badly wrong and your opinion is badly wrong but your onion is badly right. It would have been a much better film if S. Moffat had written it.

More unread tapping, such effort to no effect.

You are not alone Langlais, many people feel in touch with your analysis (especially me). This movie was an absolute mess. The only people laughing and cheering in my theater were 7-10 year olds. Bradley is acting like a little baby. People that know this movie is bad are smoking it's supporters in most online debates I have observed.

You must like every film that most filmgoers and movie critics see then, and like every record that most listeners and reviewers listen to then. Do you remember a record called "Bad" by Michael Jackson?

If you were ever clever or funny, your tapping would have a point instead of just being dumb and creepy.

Old Bill likes all films that are popular with audiences and critics, and anyone who does not is wrong. Fact.

Your creepy stalking of me is quite pathetic.

Stupid posts get stupid replies.

Your creepy stalking of me is quite pathetic.

*Looks at comments below* - Well that escalated quickly.

Flame war aside... If it wasn't your cup of tea all the power to you. I'm sure there are people who didn't like Avengers or the first Iron man either. I'm still optimistic however for IM3 having read nearly universal praise for it in reviews etc..

But really my comment was more intended towards optimism for Avengers 2. Feige's comments coupled with Whedon being at the helm seems like a very good indication as to where the sequel is (and isn't) going.

Unread Tapping, the new fragrance from Bunter.

Luckily my replies aren't stupid, so everything's excellent! Hurrah for you, and hurrah for me! Let's go an see Das Boot!

Your creepy stalking of me is quite pathetic.

Keep your fake handles straighter than your story.

Your creepy stalking of me is quite pathetic.

Being right is a matter of opinion.

Arguing in a thoroughly dishonest fashion is not. Nor is stalking.

The massive success of Iron Man 3 guarantees Downey will be in it.

It's just a question of how much he gets paid.

What blithering tosh. I cannot deal with your deceptive and repetitive ways.

Your creepy stalking of me is quite pathetic.

It's all part of one of Moffat's long story arcs, which are always great.

Tapta...

I speak as one that hasn't seen it yet. I assume the Mandarin's twist would be akin to, say, the Winter Soldier peeling his skin back to reveal a Dum, dum, DUUUM!!! blue skull. However, I will withhold judgment until after I've seen it. Also, I'm not well versed in classic marvel stuff, just the recent stuff. In the 5 fears, iron man had to deal with super terrorists. I thought it was fine. If that was the case in the movie, and please don't answer that, then I'll be okay with that.

Really liked Iron Man 3.

My tap dancing teacher dropped me from the class because I did "tapta" rather than tap, so thanks for your suggestion but no thanks.

When you directed "Batman and Robin", did you feel that it was going well?

NOTHING more boring than a witless stalker.

Except, perhaps, impying that anyone who disagree's with one's opinion or a film or TV show is just plain wrong.

Your creepy stalking of me is quite pathetic.

I just bought a new hat, it's seasoned with sea salt and black pepper, very nice.

More stalker jabber.

Same here. I thought most reactions were unbelievable. Pepper is presented by Stark himself as the one he can't live without, the principal motivation of his actions through the movie and he doesn't blink an eye when she "dies"? The scene is so fast too that it really gave me the feeling that Shane Black was blinking at us here, saying "chill we all know she's not dead". It took me out of the story unfortunately.
As for destroying his armours in regard to the theme of the movie I get it, but in the bigger universe created since the Avengers it just doesn't work - Stark realizes he is Iron Man without the armours, but no sane man would destroy such weapons after the Chitauri invasion. The movie is so full of these WTF moments.

These movies are presumably made for 10y.olds and their parents... but the violence is a bit much like Die Hard & that Mandarin moment? For me it was amusing as I'm not a comics fan, but it was like drinking flat beer- you're still going to get high but bleh! the taste!

It's more of a fence-sitting moment- RDJ's contract is up for renegotiation. Depending on how it goes IM may or may not feature in the forthcoming MCU movies. IM/Tony Stark may be a cameo by Downey or another actor and I feel that part where IM fits into the Avengers 2 script is all up in the air- nothing concrete

The only place where the feeling was true was the moment when Tony's pad gets blown up & his first thought was to protect his gal pal. It wasn't sentimental at all, very practically done. And the interaction between Tony Stark & the Kid? WTF? Stark's best characteristic is his sarcasm but this was way off.

Yeah, Stark blowing up his suites is a bit like earth's leaders deciding to get rid of all their nukes just because they nearly blew up New York in the Avengers. When in reality they should/would be harboring them to fight off outside alien threats (instead of aiming them at each other).

And sorry, I may have missed the reason for this, but why did he only activate all those suits right at the end (instead of say, when his house was blown up, etc. Surely he could have just gone home and turned them on at any stage?

I did find the film hilarious though. Good fun if you don't think about it too much and just enjoy the ride.

Was meant in reply to Laurent!

The suits blowing up was pure fun for the kids in the theater. The violence I'm referring to was the scene where Tony Stark blows up the woman who comes looking for him in that small town (forgot her name), that was not the disturbing part - but he comes out of that building & looks up to see that dangling dead body- quite a surprising scene when all the other IM & Avengers flicks together didn't treat death so casually. Not counting Loki coz that was more a Tom n' Jerry moment

yeah, with the montage of the three movies + avengers. It was a like an 80's tv show or something.

Ben Kingsly in Star Trek - where did u hear that??

arn't you a bundle of joy

Ben Cumberbatch, of course.

>the future Sir Ben coming up in Star Trek Into Darkness.

It's "more stalker Jabba" actually.

Oh, do you think so? Most people find me quite morose.

Your creepy stalking of me is quite pathetic.

Either shape up or ship out, bozo. That's just one of the things that's been said to me today.

Your creepy stalking of me is quite pathetic.

Those pen-pushers at City Hall want you out of a job, Bradley, but I'll fight them all the way.

Your creepy stalking of me is quite pathetic.

Yes, that comment certainly puts a new angle on it. Will you be able to stay in to sign for a parcel on Friday? I have meetings all day so won't be around.

Your creepy stalking of me is quite pathetic.

I just read an interesting article that states "the script to Iron Man 3 is terrible and RDJ was forced to accept it". What a morose story that is.

Your creepy stalking of me is quite pathetic.

Can one not graduate to *really* pathetic after all this time? Have you seen a film called "Heat"? I wasn't in that one.

Your creepy stalking of me is quite pathetic.

You've been taking food from my shelf in the fridge again. It's clearly labelled, so please adhere to the rules in the future. By the way, please help yourself to anything of mine in the fridge, as I won't get through it all. Have you seen a film called "Old Boy"?

I should point out that I only ever post as "Bunter". If other forces are marshalling against you it's nothing to do with me. Bunter and proud, as they say in the Salvation Army.

Your creepy stalking of me is quite pathetic.

I see Bunyard Coopin has died, sad news. Have you heard of a film called "Iron Man 3"?

The same "filmgoers" (I assume you meant audience) and critics whose review mostly comprises vague descriptions which include "fun movie" and "hilarious and energetic". This film appeals to the lowest common denominator like yourself.

What a pretentious clown.

IM3 obviously went right over your head.

PS: Here is what this poor soul said just an hour ago, elsewhere: "There is nothing intelligent about starting fights with people who do not agree with you."

ROTFL

ROTFL? I kind of doubt it. I am trying to get actual Ironman 3 analysis. You do not seem to have any.

Kingsley was hardly even in the film, otherwise the twist was kind of lame and was such a waste of what could have been a really cool villain. Tony Stark learned nothing about himself, every time he seemed to be on the verge of some sort of breakthrough it was terribly offset by some of the most lame child slapstick I have seen in a Marvel film. If the whole point of the movie was for Tony to go back his ingenuity outside the suit then why did he need to rely on the suit(s) for the final battle? The critical standpoint has dropped significantly since it's US debut.

Delighted to hear he is not a real William!

Poor fool, you don't even pay attention to what you write.

Not so impressed by your intellect either. ROTFL?

Shove off, jagoff.

He has peeked my interest, my disdain for this movie is still greater though. I am waiting for something remotely resembling an edge thus far.

ROTFL?

Oh, here's the fool who tells others not to attack those they disagree with, who starts out by calling me "the lowest common denominator."

Then shows up here backing up a deranged stalker.

What a bizarre little man.

Too bad you are using the wrong word.

Here is what this poor soul said just an hour ago, elsewhere: "There is nothing intelligent about starting fights with people who do not agree with you."

I bet you are scouring the far reaches of every post-able site to find more dirt. But the question is were you ROTFLing?

You're a liar, too. What a surprise.

You said that an hour ago, on this site. It took 2 seconds to find

More than your gabble, or you, is worth.

Getting kind of stale now? Besides this board looks so ridiculous with 10,000 post from you. A little variety and conjecture never hurt anyone

Your illiteracy, dishonesty, and pretentiousness are quite stale.

In that we agree.

Shove off, stalker.

Aww did I hurt your feeling, I'm sorry.

Reply to your own words, jack ...

Here is what this poor soul said just an hour ago, elsewhere: "There is nothing intelligent about starting fights with people who do not agree with you."

NOTHING INTELLIGENT.

You're a boring, lying stalker.

Does this mean we can't be friends?

Far too susceptible to bate I see.

What kind of dunce tries to start a fight on a week-old thread? And backs up a bizarre little stalker?

The kind that looks back from your mirror.

You gross little idiot.

You can't even SPELL the word you think defines what you are doing!

ROTFL

Reply to your own words, jack ...

Here is what this poor soul said just an hour ago, elsewhere: "There is nothing intelligent about starting fights with people who do not agree with you."

NOTHING INTELLIGENT.

Who are you trying to convince........ ey govnor?

You have to be European. How little do you perceive the silly sound of your jabs.

I'm shoving your face in your idiocy, dishonesty, and bizarreness.

It's like shoving a dog's nose in its own excrement.

Eventually, the dog learns.

yawn ....... you have to be English.

You are even dumber than other stalkers around here.

Keep woofing, little man.

Reply to your own words, jack ...

Here is what this poor soul said just an hour ago, elsewhere: "There is nothing intelligent about starting fights with people who do not agree with you."

NOTHING INTELLIGENT.

Yet you keep replying. More bate little fishy?

Oh no not the mirror! That means your talking about me right?

Something tells me you are no Oxford Scholar either.

Your reading comprehension is worse than your spelling.

I am rubbing your face into your idiocy, dishonesty, and bizarreness.

It's like rubbing a dog's nose in its own excrement.

Eventually, the dog learns, or has such a horrible experience it doesn't matter if he learns.

Reply to your own words, jack ...

Here is what this poor soul said just a little while ago, right around here: "There is nothing intelligent about starting fights with people who do not agree with you."

NOTHING INTELLIGENT.

Yeah thats what I said. That kid was being a nazi just like you Willy. If that is your real name?

I will not silly Willy.

I would go with royal douchebag. (I suspect he is English)

Very original, at least my comments vary. How many times can you repeat this?

Loved every single Marvel studios film up until this mess. The tone of this film was a complete false advertisement. Luckily Man of Steel should provide the epic action I desired. Watching Ironman get his armor knocked off every time the wind blew at him just came off silly and awkward to me. How is this the same character who withstood blows from Thor's hammer? It just seems like they valued continuity up until they gave Shane Black and Robert Downey creative licence. I have far more faith in Joss Whedon to pull off Avengers 2. However he is going to have to utilize some damage control after all the holes in this film.

Yeah and I am still chatting with that dude. We are cool. You are in vendetta mode I guess.

Oh you are reading every word silly Willy. Do not deny it.

Reply to your own words, jack ...

Here is what this poor soul said just a little while ago, right around here: "There is nothing intelligent about starting fights with people who do not agree with you."

NOTHING INTELLIGENT.

Cut and paste?

Reply to your own words, jack ...

Here is what this poor soul said just a little while ago, right around here: "There is nothing intelligent about starting fights with people who do not agree with you."

NOTHING INTELLIGENT.

I could do this forever.

I am starting to love Willy. (not really)

More suit, more connections to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and less kiddie humor and I am all in for Avengers 2 or Ironman 4.

Reply to your own words, jack ...

Here is what this poor soul who picked a fight on a week-old thread said just a little while ago, right around here: "There is nothing intelligent about starting fights with people who do not agree with you."

NOTHING INTELLIGENT.

Woof, woof, says the brave little doggie ...

>I could do this forever.

At least you are trying something new.

Blither? Who says that for crying out loud?

I already told you what it means for you, stalker ...

Reply to your own words, jack ...

Here is what this poor soul who picked a fight on a week-old thread said just a little while ago, right around here: "There is nothing intelligent about starting fights with people who do not agree with you."

NOTHING INTELLIGENT.

Woops I spoke too soon. My name isn't Jack it's WILL.

Reply to your own words, jack ...

Here is what this poor soul who picked a fight on a week-old thread said just a little while ago, right around here: "There is nothing intelligent about starting fights with people who do not agree with you."

NOTHING INTELLIGENT.

Yeah go read that thread again. The kid and I talked it out like rational humans. You are clearly a few cans short of a six-pack.

I have zero interest in anything from your lying hide.

regardless of handles it dosent change the fact you just spoiled a major plot point in a film many people are yet to see. that = douchebag

Well, fake, as usual you are simply full of crap, in time delay fashion.

You are one of a tiny gang of witless thugettes around here who richly deserve how I treat you.

Nobody deserves to be spoken down to like you do on a continuous basis. your sense of superiority is actually quite pathetic and obviously a way of over compensating for being a very small man with nothing better to do then talk down to people.
Seriously almost every post you make involves belittling someone correcting someone or just dismissing there opinion altogether.

Seriously, you can't read well. Maybe you're one of the few idiots who has made a total ass of himself in exchanges with me. Duh, since here you are with a fake handle, admitting you can't keep your "handles" straight.

You also are complaining about nothing, since my "spoiling" Star Trek consists of saying there is a twist about BC, without saying what the twist is.

Go back to your cave, little man.

Most of the people here are quite reasonable, interested in film, fact, and fun. Then there are a few like you, thoroughly detestable little nincompoops.

You attack me, then whine about the rough response you get.

If you don't want to be "talked down to," don't start flaming.

Even you should be able to figure that out.

Calling that guy English is insulting to English people.

He's just a twat.

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