A Superman '' DOOMSDAY '' FILM?
Topic: Ending words for a conclusion
July 18, 2019 / By Gretchen Question:
i am really shocked a superman movie where he fights doomsday has not been made, supes dies and is then brought back, which makes for great sequels, or they could change the ending and not have him die, will it ever get made??
Best Answers: A Superman '' DOOMSDAY '' FILM?
Di | 10 days ago
I have a lot of information on that.
After the comics were done in 95 or so, word spread quickly of a plan to make a movie based on the series. However for unknown reasons (at the time) it went through several casts and scripts and im pretty sure several directors.
Turns out the problem was how do you make a movie out of such a big story into a reasonable timed movie. 2-3 movies would have worked but i guess they figured too big to work with.
The closest they've come is a cartoon movie 2 or so years ago based loosely on it. I say loosely because it barely covers anything once he's dead. It goes nothing into the 4 supermen, just a return of him at the end.
I would give anything for them to do a movie even if it did this:
Part 1: The battles between Doomsday and the various super humans who try to take him on and eventually the fight with Superman and ending with his death. The conclusion which was to be the biggest casting call in Hollywood history originally, would need to be his funeral.
Part 2: time has passed when suddendly 4 beings appear claiming to be superman reborn or rebuilt. this should mostly cover only the early days of the world geting to know them.
Part 3 (if 2 cant cover it all): should cover the Cyborg being fought by the others, and the sudden appearance towards the end of the brought back to life, black suited Superman.
By the way, due to his great looks in Con Air, Nicholas Cage with the same hair do and all, was the original pick for Superman.
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Originally Answered: What is your "doomsday" prediction?
College? Seriously? After last year's Doom-a-thon you can still believe this hoax is real? We had Judgment Day, the Rapture, Supermoon, Comet ELEnin, 11-11-11, Oct 21st (for some damn reason) and a bunch of falling death satellites. Every one of them was complete BS. I was actually cheering for the Rapture. Imagine if all the religious zealots in the world disappeared on the same day. It would be Heaven on Earth. Except then, if this was Heaven, they'd all come back here? Forget about it.
Morons, druggies and con-men thought up the 2012 nonsense, with a smattering of the mentally deranged thrown in for seasoning. I don't know about you, but I tend not to listen to anyone in any of those groups. That crazy man with the sign down by the freeway doesn't know something you don't, except maybe how to heat a can of beans in his pants while he is sleeping so he can have a warm breakfast.
Do some reading. Be the smartest kid in your fifth grade class. http://www.2012hoax.org
Nah too many superhero video clips out, and film superman is often a pathetic loser, who's extremely stressful to root for. I say keep it lively so Superman would not would desire to be a new child like the action picture variations.
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all this talk about DOOMSDAY is so over rated ,let,s look at it this way ,it will happen so fast we will not have time to think .
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Stephen Spielberg was interested, but there has been no confirmation yet.
But it would be really awesome if there was.
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Originally Answered: I have a few questions about doomsday! I am scared! please help?
There is no need to be afraid. It is all a hoax. Scientists have NOT predicted any catastrophic events for 2012. The doomsday “prediction” nonsense is all the work of hoaxers with something to sell.
The Mayans didn’t predict it and their calendar doesn’t end. It is just the end of this cycle and the start of a new one.
Nostradamus didn’t predict it. He never mentioned 2012.
Mother Shipton didn’t predict it.
The Bible never mentions 2012 or any specific time.
Nibiru was reinvented by Zecharia Sitchen from old Sumerian references to Jupiter. He didn’t say it would return in 2012. He said it would return in 2085. The supposed Nibiru collision was dreamed up in 1995 by Nancy Lieder, who claims to channel messages from extra-terrestrials from the Zeta Reticuli star system.
Mark Hazlewood, who has no scientific background, wrote "Blindsided, Planet X Passes in 2003, Earth Changes!" His claims about Planet X based are based on his interpretations of Sitchin’s nonsense. Sitchen’s degree is in Literature. He has no science credentials.
Then we have Jose Arguelles, who has a degree in Art and Aesthetics. He thinks he is the reincarnation of a Mayan priest and announced to the UN and the Vatican that the world was required to convert to the Mayan calendar or be declared “Enemies of the Biosphere.” Hmmm.
I believe his catastrophe was originally to take place in 1995. Do we really want to take the word of people like this instead of scientists?
Planet X was a name that was used by astronomers when looking for an unknown planet. The doomsday hoaxers decided to use it as a real planet and predicted that it was to hit Earth in 2003. When it didn't show up, they moved it out to 2012 to tie it in with the end of this cycle of the Mayan calendar.
The Sun isn’t going to be aligned with the center of the galaxy.
The “planetary alignment” is only the way they appear in our view of the sky, not a real alignment.
Polar reversals don't happen suddenly. They take around 5,000 years, with estimates ranging from 1,000 years to 8,000 years.
The next Solar maximum (which happens in an 11 year cycle) is now expected to occur in 2013. It isn’t expected to be any worse than the many previous ones. The effects of solar flares are mainly on communications and radio transmissions.
As for web bots predicting it, Web bots crawl the web to catch new and existing web sites and detect relevant keywords. With all the garbage about 2012 on the internet, what else would you expect it to say? Remember the old computer adage: garbage in, garbage out.