Re: How should an MCU Nova film featuring Richard Rider be titled?
Posted by nova64 on March 23, 2015, 2:25 pm, in reply to "Re: How should an MCU Nova film featuring Richard Rider be titled?"
Yep, that's how I'd like to see it too. For the title, I'd just go with Annihilation.
Nova could be in the title of the sequels. Like they did with Indiana Jones. His name isn't in the first title but is in the remaining movies.
: Origin films are typically weak (IM and
: Avengers being the exception). They know
: this so that's why they're not doing an
: origin story for Dr. Strange or re-booted
: Spiderman. They're already going to have
: their powers when the film starts.
: The Nova origin story will get criticism for
: being derivative of GL. So - it shouldn't
: even go there.
: Just start with the Annihilation Prologue.
: Have Rich arrive on Xandar and go right into
: the Annihilation War. Don't explain his
: origin. He's already a soldier. Origin can
: be explained in the sequel or brief
: flashbacks like in Gunn's GotG or not at all
: - it doesn't matter. The title should be:
: Nova: The Annihilation War
: Nova: Annihilation
: If it starts off with a bang - that'll be
: the way it catches on.
: Sadly though, it's much more likely that
: we'll get a Politically Correct Disney-fied
: "Nova" film based on (banned
: acronym) or PC-(banned acronym)-ette.
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