On this all Mailbag episode of Collider Movie Talk, John Campea, Jon Schnepp, and Mark Ellis discuss the following:
- Will Kevin Feige ever direct a Marvel movie?
- 2 trailers for Batman V Superman
- Avatar sequel
- Rewind (brought to you by AMC Theatres)
- Exclusive Dave Bautista interview
- What happened to Odin?
- Spider-Man in MCU
- Gone Girl sequel
- …and a few things more!
Corey Rottmam writes: I was wondering how you would feel about Kevin Feige directing one of the MCU movies. I know this will never happen, and I know he has only ever produced. But, I think if actors like Chris Evans can make the transition to director a producer like Feige can make the transition too.
Dion Sheppard writes: Hey guys, huge fan of the show! I am wondering if you have heard the rumour about the two trailers coming for Batman V Superman this month. One being a one minute trailer for Superman which is supposed to air during the Supergirl series premiere and then a 1 minute trailer for Batman supposedly airing during the show Gotham the same night being the 26th of October. Also, there is a rumour of another full length trailer being released sometime in November. I have seen this in multiple articles now. Your thoughts?
Felix Soage writes: Hey collider crew! I have been a fan of the show since more red times. My question is about Avatar (James Cameron). Although I’m not a really big fan of the movie, I actualy feel very courious about what JC can come up with for the sequels. Do you think that the long wait and the fact that is cool to hate Avatar nowadays will hurt the franchise?. Thank you very much and cheers from Argentina!
REWIND (brought to you by AMC Theatres)
10 Years – Domina, Elizabethtown, The Fog
20 Years – Jade, The Scarlett Letter
Hunter Crowton writes: Hulloo friends I’ve never seen face-to-face!!! I have an inquiry relating to the greatest movie studio working today. Pixar has had an unparalleled run, with most of their movies making 90%+ on Rotten Tomatoes look easy. After a worrying slump, they came out swinging with Inside Out. Now, The Good Dinosaur looks to be further confirmation that John Lasseter is a deity. If the latter is as good as we hope, do you think Pixar could hit a gridlock at the Oscars, and some dark horse animation could take the cake? I’m not so sure, because these (hopefully) 2 gems look to be the only bright spots in a very dim year for animation. Thanks and until next time..bu-bye.
Brandon Smith writes: Hey Collider crew, just want to say thanks giving us the great shows we movie fans love. My question is a two parter, first at the end of The Dark World we see Odin turn into Loki & I was curious if you have heard anything regarding what happened to Odin. I found a MTV interview with Anthony Hopkins & he said “He’s dead. I’ve done 2, that’s enough.” So I was curious your thoughts on this. Thank you for taking my question, & keep up the awesome work!
Juan Cuevas writes: Hey there guys, big fan of the show! Of course we all know that Spider-Man is already joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe next year, but remember when Sony already planned their own franchise before the deal?The deal came from the disappointment of The Amazing Spider-Man 2,but do you think that the two sequels and three spin-offs (including Sinister Six,Venom and a female-led film) would’ve been better?
Derrick F Walker Jr writes: I was wondering if you guys have heard any rumors about them doing a sequel to Gone Girl ? I would like to see what the next chapter in there story would bring.