Took Dad to see the Incredible Hulk on Father's Day.
"I know some anger management techniques that can help with that."
It was awesome. I didn't bother with the Ang Lee version a few years back, and judging by the Internet reaction, it was a safe call. Marvel creating Marvel Studios was just what they needed to do after X-Men Last Stand and Spider-man 3. Granted, I liked both films but there were so many issues, it brought my reaction down to a meh. Iron Man and the Hulk jump-started my interest again. I still don't know how they can afford an Avengers movie though, unless they are using the line-up without Wolverine and Spider-man.
Now what I found hysterical is we got trailers for Hancock (which I added to the list on the strength of the trailer), Hellboy II, and X-Files. No trailer for the Dark Knight in front of a superhero movie with the same target audience. Any issues you wanna discuss DC and Marvel?
- April 4 - Nim's Island (sounded cute)
- April 18 - The Forbidden Kingdom (Jackie Chan love)
May 2 - Iron Man (Black Sabbath better be in the soundtrack and the trailers don't count) May 9 - Speed Racer (trailer surprised the hell out of me) May 16 - Prince Caspian (agnostic Pagan that I am I could totally worship Aslan, he hangs out with Harry Potter and Bacchus (it's in the book)) May 22 - INDIANA JONES! June 13 - Incredible Hulk
- July 4 - Hancock
- July 11 - Hellboy II (otherwise known as Hellboy vs. the Drow)
- July 18 - BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT (o hell yeah)
- July 25 - X-Files: I Want to Believe (that this will be a good movie. But I can be won over by Mulder and Scully damnit, I love those characters even if the show went downhill for me)
- Nov. 21 - Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
- May 8 - Star Trek
- August 7 - G.I. Joe (I can be won over by Chris Eccleston and Ray Parks)
Don't Know yet
- In the Electric Mist with the Confederate Dead (don't care what they shorten the movie title too, this is the book title and damnit! I want to see it!)
Like I mentioned earlier, I have been rather obsessive about working on TinMan: Dragons and Ninjas, the the point I really don't understand it. But I did learn something. I cannot earn a living by writing erotica.
I had one scene that qualifies as smut, just one scene. And it was the hardest 2,922 words I have ever written. I hemmed, I hawed, I played lots of Cube Crash. I finally ended the scene and hopefully the readers will like the smut they did get. No matter how well the market pays, I wouldn't be able to meet my deadlines if I tried.
And No more Battlestar Galactica until next year, *sob.* But they are giving me two Doctor Who's, reapeating the "Unicorn and the Wasp." Yeah, I can count titles again!