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    Default Marvel Confirms Peyton Reed Will Direct "Ant-Man"

    Following the loss of Edgar Wright, Marvel announces that the "Yes Man" director will helm Ant-Man, while Adam McKay will contribute to the script.


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    Not sure how I feel about the director... but McKay on the script sounds good.

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    Didn't see Yes Man but if The Break-Up is the one with Vaughn and Aniston I've seen that and that was average at best

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    I don't think I've ever liked any of this guy's movies. Yes Man was ok for me.

    What got my interest more was the synopsis. Sounds very intriguing! We'll see how this goes.

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    I never particularly cared for any of the Russo's previous films, and they still made a great movie with TWS. So previous work is not a huge concern for me.

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    Um, I guess this is good?

    Hopefully it would be good, That Synopsis got me interested though.

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    I watched a couple of Peyton's movies and wasn't particularly fond of them. Hopefully Ant-Man will be better than his previous work. I'm really glad that that Adam McKay is involved with the flick though.

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    finally, a step in the right direction. I would have chosen Wain over Reed. but that's only because I've never seen anything Reed has directed. just glad for some forward momentum, for a change.

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    Its ogre, the MCU is dead!
    It grips prey with its pincers until the prey is torn in half. What it can't tear, it tosses far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ant-manic View Post
    finally, a step in the right direction. I would have chosen Wain over Reed. but that's only because I've never seen anything Reed has directed. just glad for some forward momentum, for a change.
    Yeah, it's nice to finally have some good news. Will hopefully turn out well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinsir View Post
    Its ogre, the MCU is dead!

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    I don't get it. :shrugs:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ant-manic View Post
    I don't get it. :shrugs:
    Some people think that Wright no longer being on the project is signalling the death of the Marvel films.
    It's kinda funny because of how absurd it is.

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    His filmography is pretty horrible, especially when compared to Wright.

    Whatever, I guess Paul Rudd will still be good but my interest in this film is at an all time low.

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    This might not be bad, I mean, I'm sure people underestimated the Russos before Winter Soldier.

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