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Tribal Warfare 04:40 AM 12-11-2020

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Buehler445 11:48 AM 12-11-2020
LOL

The banter between those two was the best part of Civil War.

"Can you move the seat forward?"
"NO" :-)

Unfortunately, the worst part of Civil War, Zimo, looks to return.
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Fish 04:23 PM 12-12-2020
"Cyborg brain?"
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keg in kc 08:56 PM 02-07-2021
Looks pretty badass....


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Beef Supreme 09:21 PM 02-07-2021
Is this the sequel to Falcon and the Snowman?
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Buehler445 10:03 PM 02-07-2021
:-)

I laughed at the starting contest bit. Fuck I'm still laughing about it.

:-)
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DaneMcCloud 12:13 PM 02-08-2021
Disney spent $25 million per episode on The Falcon & The Winter Soldier, making it the most expensive TV show in history.
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keg in kc 02:38 PM 02-08-2021
They'll break their own record annually.
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Bowser 07:55 PM 02-08-2021
Remember when Kevin Smith made Clerks for around $230K? Ah, good times, those.
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Deberg_1990 08:08 PM 02-08-2021
Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud:
Disney spent $25 million per episode on The Falcon & The Winter Soldier, making it the most expensive TV show in history.
Thats insane. IM guessing these will be hour long episodes then and not the 30-35 minute format?
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Buehler445 08:28 PM 02-08-2021
Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud:
Disney spent $25 million per episode on The Falcon & The Winter Soldier, making it the most expensive TV show in history.
Woah.
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DaneMcCloud 09:01 PM 02-08-2021
Originally Posted by Deberg_1990:
Thats insane. IM guessing these will be hour long episodes then and not the 30-35 minute format?
I don't know because no one has confirmed it to me yet. As I've mentioned, it's tough to get "inside info" when I'm not Face-to-Face with people because no one is risking an electronic trail because it would mean the loss of their job if found out.

What I do know is that all of the new Disney+ Marvel & Star Wars series won't be hampered or cornered by Run Time. If it takes 35 minutes to tell the story, it'll be 35 minutes. If it takes 55 minutes to tell the story, it'll be 55 minutes.

I greatlly prefer that method of storytelling over the exact 22 or 38 minute format because often times, a full story can't be told with those type of restrictions and it limits the director, actors and screenwriters.
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Buehler445 09:13 PM 02-08-2021
Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud:
I don't know because no one has confirmed it to me yet. As I've mentioned, it's tough to get "inside info" when I'm not Face-to-Face with people because no one is risking an electronic trail because it would mean the loss of their job if found out.

What I do know is that all of the new Disney+ Marvel & Star Wars series won't be hampered or cornered by Run Time. If it takes 35 minutes to tell the story, it'll be 35 minutes. If it takes 55 minutes to tell the story, it'll be 55 minutes.

I greatlly prefer that method of storytelling over the exact 22 or 38 minute format because often times, a full story can't be told with those type of restrictions and it limits the director, actors and screenwriters.
Or, you have 25 minutes of good story in a 38 minute format.
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Jamie 04:56 AM 02-09-2021
Originally Posted by Bowser:
Remember when Kevin Smith made Clerks for around $230K? Ah, good times, those.
And most of that was for the music rights. The film itself was like $27,000. And the funny thing is, you could probably make it cheaper now. Most of that $27K was spent on costs associated with shooting on film.
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BWillie 10:50 AM 02-09-2021
Ah yes, another kids movie that adults will convince themselves to watch.
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