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Petitioning Universal Pictures, Eon Productions, Michael G. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer , Dreamworks

Bond 26

I  and  many  fans  think  that  the  following  Tobey  Maguire  to  be  the  next  James  Bond  after  Daniel  Craig  ,  so  YouTube  already  has  videos  and  t railers for  Bond  26  that  the  next   J ames  Bond  will  be  Tobey  Maguire ,  there  are likes  and  comments  ,  where  people  want  that  the next   James  Bond                  is  Tobey  Maguire  ,   here  are  the  links  : Also  fans  believe  that  in  Bond  26  should  appear  Kirsten  Dunst  , which  should  play  as  Miss  Moneypenny ,  as  well  as  many  fans  want to  return  to  t he  movie  John  Cleese  as  Q   and   Judi  Dench  as  M .               Tobey Maguire  should  be  the  next  James  Bond  ,  Kirsten  Dunst should  appear  in  the  film  Bond  26  ,  John  Cleese  and  Judi  Dench  must  come  back  in  movie  Bond  26If  you  want  this to  happen                                                                                                 Please  sign   the   petition  .  When  the  petition   is   signed  ,   it   will   be    sent  to   the  film  studios  EON  Productions ,  Metro -  Goldwyn -  Mayer  and Annapurna  Pictures  Please sign

Oscar Brewer
3,070 supporters
Petitioning Marvel, Kevin Feige, The Walt Disney Company, Universal Pictures, Donna Langley, Bob Iger, Mark Ruffalo, Gale Anne Hurd, Joss Whedon, Zak Penn, Louis Leterrier, Valhalla Entertainment, Walt Disney,...

Disney/Marvel/Universal, Give Mark Ruffalo His Own Hulk Movie!

WARNING: This Petition contains spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War! #DontSpoilTheEndgame! The night before I set up this petition, I had the honour of viewing Avengers: Infinity War on the big screen. In 3D no less. Fucking brilliant! Logan didn't make me cry but this almost did. Given that, I was shocked by the lack of Hulk in it. Seriously, people say The Incredible Hulk and Ang Lee's Hulk "lacked Hulk", meanwhile those two films feature more Hulk in them then the first Avengers. Hell, Age Of Ultron and Ragnarok are the only other MCU films that feature the same amount of Hulk as the Edward Norton film and the Eric Bana film, if not, more. And to add insult to the injury, Bruce Banner (played by Mark Ruffalo reprising his role from Avengers, Age Of Ultron, and Ragnarok) and Secretary of State Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross (played by William Hurt reprising his role from The Incredible Hulk and Civil War) don't speak to each other. It's been ten years since their characters last spoke to each other in 2008's The Incredible Hulk. Talk about missed opportunity. Also, The Incredible Hulk logically showed the same amount of the enormous green rage monster as Thor 1 and Ragnarok showed Thor's hammer/abilities; as Iron Man 1, Ant-Man and Black Panther showed their respective suits. I know neither The Incredible Hulk and Ang Lee's Hulk made a lot of $ in North America, which apparently means same thing will keep happening, but then again, neither of them starred Mark Ruffalo or were (co-)written by Joss Whedon, and ever since The Avengers, people have been begging for an Incredible Hulk 2. Also, Mark Ruffalo was The Incredible Hulk director Louis Leterrier's first choice for the role of Bruce Banner before casting Edward Norton (who Marvel wanted because "he's more famous," and Ruffalo "just does smart, intellectual movies"). Then in 2012, Marvel ended up replacing Norton with Ruffalo. It's a pain in the ass being politically correct. So, Ruffalo had a chance at his own Hulk since before Norton signed on makes it more painful the fact that Bruce Banner's story isn't being further explored outside the Avengers and other MCU films. Kevin Fegie, extend Mark Ruffalo's contract to include The Incredible Hulk 2 and maybe even Avengers 5 and Incredible Hulk 3. Invite Zak Penn and Joss Whedon to team up on developing scripts for the Hulk films with Louis Leterrier directing. Universal, let Disney have the distribution rights. Disney, give Universal the same thing you gave Paramount for Iron Man 3, The Avengers, and even future Indiana Jones films.  1. Working alone People say that Hulk works better in film when he's standing with his fellow Avengers. That would solve the Hulk 2 problem completely. Spider-Man: Homecoming had Spider-Man team-up with Iron Man and Thor: Ragnarok had Thor team-up with Hulk and (SPOILER ALERT!) Doctor Strange. The first Ant-Man had Ant-Man go head-to-head with Falcon. Even Captain America: Civil War felt more like an Avengers movie. That's how the MCU was ever since Age Of Ultron. If having Hulk guest starring in movies of other Marvel characters has proven successful, then shouldn't the reverse have an equal chance of being successful? They could have Hulk team-up with Black Widow (a subplot where Bruce is caught in a love triangle between Betty Ross and Natasha Romanoff would be perfect for Hulk 2), War Machine (with his own Hulk Buster), Ant-Man (a funny scene they could have Ant-Man grow 70 feet and try to take on the Abomination to disastrous results), Scarlet Witch (considering she's the one who made Hulk destroy Johannesburg in Age Of Ultron and we still don't know what she made Bruce see that made him Hulk-out), Valkyrie (considering how close they were in Ragnarok, assuming Thanos didn't kill her); Korg and Miek from Ragnarok (and maybe introduce in the rest of the Warbound from the Planet Hulk comics). Maybe even Thor himself (even though he had three standalone films, he could still serve as a supporting character in other MCU films like Tony Stark became after Iron Man 3. Like how Hulk was a supporting character in Ragnarok, Thor could return the favour). Hell, once Disney buys 20th Century Fox, a new MCU Wolverine could be a potential candidate. Wolverine did first debut in the Hulk comics issue #181. If Marvel Studios introduces Wolverine into the MCU, The Incredible Hulk 2 would be perfect for his debut. And remember when Deadpool got Hulk-ified in the "Fall of the Hulks" comic?  2. Disney v Universal Film rights aren't an obstacle. They never were.  The scenario is different from Sony with Spider-Man (that's been resolved since 2016) and 20th Century Fox with X-Men and Fantastic Four (Disney's buying Fox), whereas Sony and Fox own the film production and distribution rights to their respective properties, while Marvel Studios owns the film production rights to Hulk and Universal Pictures only owns the right of first refusal to pick-up the distribution rights to any potential solo Hulk films Marvel Studios should decide to produce. First refusal. Meaning, if Marvel Studios decides to produce another Hulk film, even though Disney owns Marvel, Marvel has to first offer the distribution rights to Universal, and if Universal turns them down, Disney can then swoop in and snatch them up. And because Mark Ruffalo is a DAMN awesome Bruce Banner, there's no way Universal would refuse a Mark Ruffalo Hulk film (they have very few film franchises to rely on as it is and the Tom Cruise Mummy movie may be their last attempt at a cinematic universe of their own), so they may as well own the distribution rights completely. Furthermore, that only comes into effect if Hulk is the central character of the movie. So, when Hulk appeared in the Avergers movies and Thor: Ragnarok, Universal had zero claim over the distribution rights (read this) and was forced to watch from the sidelines. So, TLDR: Universal can't produce a Hulk movie themselves without Marvel or make Marvel produce one, and Disney can't distribute it when Marvel decides to do so. I know Mark Ruffalo says it's all Universal's fault, but then again, why would he bite the hand that feeds him? Disney probably wouldn't want a rival film studio earring distribution revenue off a movie financed 100% from "Di$ney Dollar$". Not 100% sure if that's the case as Ruffalo is the only one who spoke up about the matter when asked and neither Kevin Feige (head of Marvel Studios), Bob Iger (head of Disney) or Donna Langley (head of Universal) have spoken up about the exact details. Spider-Man is different because Sony owned production and distribution rights both to begin with and Columbia Pictures financed the entire budget and got 100% of the profits. They just paid Marvel Studios a flat producer's fee just for managing the production at their studio. Disney didn't even have any ownership of the distribution rights. The very end credits read "Released by" with the Columbia Pictures logo and Sony byline underneath and the opening credits read "Columbia Pictures presents a Marvel Studios/Pascal Pictures production" not "Columbia Pictures and Marvel Studios present". Staying on topic, Marvel can produce a Hulk movie regardless of whether Disney or Universal distribute. Have so even after the 2009 Disney buyout. Paramount still released Iron Man 2, Thor 1, and Captain America: The First Avenger in 2010 and 2011. Paramount was originally gonna do the same for Avengers 1 and Iron Man 3. Then Disney bought the distribution rights from Paramount for $150m and Paramount still got 8-9% of the worldwide box office profits to both films, with their logo and marquee credit remaining in the films. "Marvel Studios presents in association with Paramount Pictures" and the very end credits read "Distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures." There's the answer right there. Disney could just give what they gave to Paramount to Universal as well. "Marvel Studios presents in association with Universal Pictures". Hell, I'm surprised Disney didn't offer to trade the sequel rights to M. Night Shyamalan's Unbreakable for Universal's right of first refusal. Then Universal and Blumhouse could've produced M. Night Shyamalan's upcoming Glass with no strings attached. With Universal owning DreamWorks Animation and Disney buying 21st Century Fox, maybe Disney could trade 20th Century Fox's distribution rights to DreamWorks Animation's 2013-2017 films (The Croods, Trolls, The Boss Baby, How to Train Your Dragon 2, Kung Fu Panda 3, etc.). Probably not. Universal may buy them from Fox before the Disney-Fox merger closes. Also, the rights would eventually expire and transfer to Universal on their own anyway, so there'd be no point. I read in a few articles saying Universal has theme park rights to several Marvel characters, as another strain between Marvel and Universal. That's a separate issue. Resolve it some other time. We don't give a shit about that. It's the films we care about more. I'm glad Comcast (owner of Universal) dropped out of bidding war for 21st Century Fox, because it would've put a bigger strain between Marvel and Universal.  3. Story Hulk CAN work as a solo film. Kevin Feige himself said he believed Hulk had potential for another solo film and still be as entertaining as he was in the Avengers movies. With Bruce Banner's character arc within Ragnarok and the Infinity War films, Hulk has potential for more screen time as proven in Ragnarok. Once Infinity War Part 2 arrives, Hulk may likely have more to work with for a solo film. It's too late for a Planet Hulk movie. They could still adapt the "Red Hulk", "Code Red", "World War Hulk", "Dark Son", "Fall Of The Hulks" and "World War Hulks" story arcs. Introduce She-Hulk and/or a new MCU Wolverine. Maybe even Skaar and Hiro-Kala (with flashbacks of Hulk's gladiator days on Sakaar during the events in between Age Of Ultron and Ragnarok), then they'd have to introduce Caiera and/or Jarella in said flashbacks, which would turn triangles into pentagons and further complicate the love triangle scenario I mentioned earlier between Betty and Natasha. Reveal more detail about Bruce's past. Maybe Brian Banner (Bruce's abusive father from the comics, the inspiration behind Nick Nolte's character in Ang Lee's film, and the possible reason behind Bruce's famous Avengers line "I'm always angry". Maybe have him become Absorbing Man like in Ang Lee's film or the Devil-Hulk like in the comics), or maybe that'd be too dark for Disney. I'd hope they'd cast Sean Bean. Have Hulk go up against the Leader and Abomination (hopefully Tim Blake Nelson and Tim Roth reprise their respective roles, but Hugo Weaving not returning, SPOILER ALERT, casts some doubt. Then again Roth was supposed to return as Abomination in Age Of Ultron scheduling forced him to drop out), maybe even Wendigo, Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross become Red Hulk, and Leader kidnap Betty and transform her into either the Harpy or Red She-Hulk like in the comics (I'd laugh if Betty finding out about Bruce and Natasha would be what'd trigger a Red She-Hulk transformation). (Could William Hurt and Liv Tyler pull off motion capture performances such as those?) The Incredible Hulk: Raging Red. That'd be a killer title. Or The Incredible Hulk: Code Red. Or just The Red Hulk. Or The IncREDible Hulk. (...I'm sorry.) War Machine could pilot his own Hulk Buster, if Iron Man doesn't. Speaking of, Iron Man, Thor and Captain American all had exactly three solo films each. While Chris Hemsworth expressed interest in a Thor 4, Robert Downey, Jr and Chris Evans talked about retiring from the MCU. If Infinity War Part 2 does kill them off, then another potential title for a second or third Hulk film would be The Incredible Hulk: The Last Avenger. As a parallel to Captain America: The First Avenger. Because Hulk would then be the last of the original four Avengers in that scenario. More potential then most people think. They need to have Zak Penn (writer of The Incredible Hulk) and Joss Whedon (writer-director of The Avengers and Avengers: Age Of Ultron, since he's no longer writing/directing Avengers films) team up to write the sequels with Louis Leterrier returning to direct. Penn wrote the first chapter of Bruce Banner's life. And Whedon, as seen in the first two Avengers movies, perfected the Bruce Banner/Hulk character. Together, they'd crack it.  Mr. Iger, Ms. Langley, we ask with the outmost respect to work your shit out! Bob Iger, all do respect, either own up and let Universal distribute Incredible Hulk 2 & 3 or show them the generosity you showed Paramount for The Avengers (the first one), Iron Man 3 and Indiana Jones 5 (and 6, 7, 8, etc.). Universal deserves to be involved. They've been left out since 2008 releasing only one film while Paramount got four out of six. The remaining two of said six, The Avengers and Iron Man 3 they get 8-9% of the profits just for selling Disney distribution rights. Even Sony gets a trilogy of MCU Spider-Man films. What does Universal get? One MCU Hulk film. Donna Langley, all do respect, you can't depend on Fast & Furious and Jurassic World forever. This maybe your last chance to cash in on the superhero movie bis. Your options are getting low. Sam Raimi's Darkman. Luc Besson's Lucy. Todd MacFarlane's Blumhouse-produced R-rated Spawn reboot still needs a distributor. You already let Hellboy get rebooted instead of turning Guillermo Del Toro's duology into a trilogy. How's your first-look deal with Dark Horse Comics going btw? And Legendary Pictures...need I say more? Take advantage of this! If Marvel and Disney don't want you distributing, give Disney the distribution rights in exchange for a marquee credit, financial participation and placement of Universal's logo appearing alongside Marvel Studios' logo in the opening titles every Marvel-produced Hulk film. Kevin Fegie, give Mark Ruffalo his own Phase 4 Hulk movie regardless of who's distributing. It's been 10 years already. Mark has at least ten left before he's too old for the role (he says he's got two or three but then again Ron Perlman was 58 when he did Hellboy II: The Golden Army, and that came out the same year as Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk). Please don't prolong it further.   

Ryan Leger
2,991 supporters
Petitioning Dreamworks

Put Me and My Shadow (Shadows) Back Into Production

Around 2010, DreamWorks Animation announced Me and My Shadow, a movie which would of been a hybrid of CG and traditional hand drawn animation. The movie's synopsis revolves around a boring guy named Stanley and his adventurous living shadow named Stan. When Stan uncovers a criminal plot in the shadow world that involves an evil shadow who wants to lead a rebellion to take over the human world, he decides to take control of Stanley to give him a glimpse of adventure and to stop the shadow villain from leading the rebellion. The movie was set to release in 2013, but later for push back to 2014. In 2015, it was announced that director Edgar Wright was to retool the movie which the story was described as a "new take on a previously developed concept about shadows and was to go under the new title, "Shadows". In 2017, Wright confirmed that three drafts of the script have been written. Ever since, now news has resurfaced for the film. This purpose of this petition is to let DreamWorks know that we want to see this project revived once again or let us know if it's still in limbo or not. As a disclaimer, I don't believe this petition will throw the project back in to production, but will let DreamWorks know that we want to see it.  Also, if you wanna see what the animation would've looked like. Check this out.

Hailey Nolastname
2,511 supporters
Petitioning The Walt Disney Company, Warner Brothers, SONY, Netflix, Marvel, Dreamworks, Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, New Line Cinema, Dimension Films, Blumhouse Productions, At...

Worlds Collide 2020

Directed by : TBA                                                                                                          Produced by : TBA                                                                                                         Written by : TBA                                                                                                         Plot                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      The film will be set in New York                                                                            Justice League , Avengers , Robocop  and  Teenage  Mutant  Ninja  Turtles  unite  to fight  together  with  mornters .  It  is  Freddy Krueger , Jason Voorhees ,  Michael Myers ,  Ghostface ,  Hush ,  The  Baby  Face  Killer   and  Angela Baker .                            Battle begin                                 Cast  : Avengers :                                                                                                             Robert Downey Jr. as  Toni Stark  /  Iron Man        Chris Evans as Steve Rogers / Captain America                  Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner / Hulk                         Tom Holland as Peter Parker / Spider - Man                                Paul Rudd as Scott Lang / Ant - Man                  Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson / Deadpool            Chris Hemsworth as  Thor                                                       Vin Diesel as  Groot                                                     Scarlett  Johansson  as  Natasha  Romanoff  /  Black  Widow                                                                Kate Mara as Susan Storm /  I nvisible  Woman                   Samuel  L . Jackson as  Nick  Fury                                                 Justice League :                                                                                                        Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne  /  Batman                             Henry Cavill as Clark Kent  /  Superman                           Ezra Miller as Barry  Allen  /  The  Flash             Gal Gadot as  Diana  Prince  /  Wonder  Woman                                                                            Monsters :                                                                                                                                                                Robert   Englund   as  Freddy  Krueger                             Ken  Kirzinger as Jason Voorhees                                      Brad Loree as  Michael  Myers                                      Uknown  as  Ghostface                                                   Uknown  as  The  Baby  Face  Killer                Uknown  as  Hush                                                                       Uknown  as  Angela  Baker                                                                                         Other  characters  :                                                                                       Chloë  Grace  Moretz  as  Jessie                            Joel  Kinnaman  as  Alex  Murphy / RoboCop                     Jessica  Rothe  as  Tree  Gelbman                                                   and  Teenage  Mutant  Ninja  Turtles                                                                     The  rest  of  the  cast  has  not  yet  been  reported                                                  Production  company  :   New Line Cinema , Dimension Films , Marvel Studios ,  DC Comics                                                                                                           Distributed by : Columbia Pictures , Paramount Pictures , Metro - Goldwyn - Mayer , Walt  Disney , Universal Pictures ,  DreamWorks                                                    Warner Bros                                                                                                                    Country : United States                                                                                            Language : English                                                                                                     Release date : 2020

James Tond
2,419 supporters