Not really. But my point is to talk about the main X-Men films and their directors, rather than the standalones.
I actually feel like one of the reasons why DoFP is so good is that it brought some of the best collaborative minds to the process - as the screenplay was written by Singer, Goldman, Vaughn, and Kingberg. And with Singer producing First Class and Vaughn directing, again I feel like it’s the best of both worlds. Read more
To everyone questioning why Fox kept hiring Singer for these movies, my memory is that Singer was wooed away by Warner Bros because of the success of the first two films films (WB were trying to reboot after Batman and Robin and hired on Singer and Nolan) and Singer took all his writers with him (plus James Marsden -… Read more
I have long felt that Coulson was that cool, but strict, dad, and May the terrifying, but you know she has good intentions, mom.
And how long was WoT originally supposed to be? Like six books? And it bloated to 14? And he had already started writing prequels before he died. And there’s been posthumous publication of at least one other project he had on the side. I think in his own way, he was getting burned out.
Brandon Sanderson writes like a maniac. Even if he stalls in Stormlight Archives it’ll be because he’s working like mad on three other series. He’s more than earned the benefit of the doubt.
Interesting. Didn’t know that.
I had a lot of questions raised over the course of the game about what was going on with Cloud and Sephiroth, and came to accept the fact that the game wasn’t going to answer any of them. It is holding things in place while saving a lot of major story beats for the next games. So it might help to know that almost… Read more