Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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takufan4

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Serious

Subj: Re: "Singleton may do 'Black Panther' before 'Luke Cage'"
Posted: Thu Aug 02, 2007 at 11:50:50 am EDT (Viewed 2 times)
Reply Subj: Re: "Singleton may do 'Black Panther' before 'Luke Cage'"
Posted: Thu Aug 02, 2007 at 11:39:49 am EDT (Viewed 1 times)

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> Supposedly, the Cage option expired at Revolution/Sony, and has reverted back to Marvel.. Panther was once tentatively linked to the LionsGate development package, but of course is now with Marvel/Paramount..

I had wondered about that...if Sony still had it.

And I agree, I would much rather see a John Singleton Luke Cage movie, Black Panther just doesn't seem to be his style, IMO.

Of course, I feel the same way about Reggie Hudlin -- his Luke Cage is PERFECT, his Panther, not so much. It's good, but his Panther is pretty straight-laced, but with Cage he can let loose and say anything.

I always wondered how it would have been if Reggie Hudlin was the writer of a Luke Cage series instead of BP. Because comedy is Hudlin's forte, and you can write Luke Cage with jokes much easier than you can BP...

Overall I think a Hudlin penned Cage series would been recieved much better -- the character is much more in line with his natural creative voice (to me, at least),


Yo, I'm Serious

> > Supposedly, the Cage option expired at Revolution/Sony, and has reverted back to Marvel.. Panther was once tentatively linked to the LionsGate development package, but of course is now with Marvel/Paramount..
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> I had wondered about that...if Sony still had it.
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> And I agree, I would much rather see a John Singleton Luke Cage movie, Black Panther just doesn't seem to be his style, IMO.
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> Of course, I feel the same way about Reggie Hudlin -- his Luke Cage is PERFECT, his Panther, not so much. It's good, but his Panther is pretty straight-laced, but with Cage he can let loose and say anything.
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> I always wondered how it would have been if Reggie Hudlin was the writer of a Luke Cage series instead of BP. Because comedy is Hudlin's forte, and you can write Luke Cage with jokes much easier than you can BP...
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> Overall I think a Hudlin penned Cage series would been recieved much better -- the character is much more in line with his natural creative voice (to me, at least).

EXACTLY what I think, Serious, so it MUST be right! LOL! \:\)

Hudlin was BORN to write Luke Cage. THAT should have been his book. And he would have gotten MUCH LOVE.
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> Yo, I'm Serious


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