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He obviously knows how to make a glorious movie with giant robots (the iron giant), and is great with action so far. MI: Ghost Protocol will tell how he handles live action, but if it's like he does with animated movies, then he's perfect! Of course, this will require a reboot, as Sam would probably be replaced with someone more Hogarth's age like the Iron Giant. Also, the robot cast should be cut if you really want character development.
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I've mentioned it in other threads but I would love Tony Scott to take over. He comes from the same Bruckheimer school as Michael Bay.
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Hey guys I'm back I'll take Neil Blomkamp who ever they get it has to be someone who can make CGI emote. That's one of the many things Bays fails at and why there are humans in his movie.
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shamone wrote: Jaw Crusher wrote: SKYWARPED_128 wrote:
Jaw Crusher wrote:Throw enough money at them and I think either of these two would be a good fit (although in all honesty, I think McG or Ratner would be more likely candidates than Favreau).
I certainly hope not. CA: FT was awful and Terminator Salvation was just so-so, the latter being McG's best effort yet, which isn't saying much.
Ratner? The Rush Hour movies ranged from passable to pointless. Personally, I think he's several rungs below Bay, which isn't saying much either.
Precisely why I think they'd be more likely to be involved in TF than Favreau or Abrams.
sad but true
with bay they have seen that they dont need a world class director to get bums on seats, so im sure they wont be hanging out to get the top guys who might be difficult to work with the studios, you know the ones who might not toe the party line and that (not saying bay is like that, but he would be easier to work with, in terms of corporate vision, than directors from indy backgrounds)
hence a ratner or a mc g
That sounds so plausible it's scary.
Seriously, there's little to no chance I'll ever pay to watch a TF movie directed by Rattner or Mc G.
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