Monday, October 22, 2007

Superman Screenwriters Not Returning for Sequel

Ok, so maybe pic of crying Superman is a bit much. Maybe this isn't such a bad idea. I think the main problem with Superman Returns (aside from not giving us a good villain) was it's maudlin tone.
That's great for Batman or X-Men, but I just don't think it works well for Supes...
Superman Returns screenwriters Michael Dougherty and Dan Harris have opted not to come back and pen a sequel, according to Variety. What does this mean about the future of Superman? Will Bryan Singer soon depart from the project? The duo also worked with Singer on X2: X-Men United, and Trick ‘r Treat (which Brian produced).

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Many people around Hollywood believe that the studio would like to “start fresh with a new take on the Man of Steel, as if the previous pic never happened.” Some rumors claim that the studio is interesting in replacing Returns star Brandon Routh and pulling a reboot/remake, much like Universal are doing with The Incredible Hulk.

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