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Video: Hasbro's Brian Goldner on G.I. Joe movie


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Politically correct answers.

 

It's funny how he also used the line about taking the franchise to "the next level" (just like DiBonaventura says).

 

And did you notice how he keeps waving his hands?

 

 

 

 

...other than that, he seems to be a really nice guy :)

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Well, that's cool - thanks for the link.

 

I just hope we don't see too many changes for changes' sake. Apparently the TF movie is good, but I still wonder if it could have been just as good with a more G1 look to the robots.

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as long as Hasbro is in this till the end, i dont think it will stray to far from the Comics, just like TF it will be the same story, same characters, same idea, just different look, costumes, enviornments.

 

i think hasbro will do the right thing.

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from what this guy was saying it seems we aren't going to be getting any crap like the Actionman/Duke team-up or the Rex storyline

and working with the comics as the base continuity? sounds like a winner to me. @firedevil@

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and working with the comics as the base continuity? sounds like a winner to me. @firedevil@

 

I agree. Even though Transformers had a comic too, Hama's writing was a lot more integral to the GI Joe storyline. While I understand why they did what they did with the TF movie (TFs have had way more "different takes" on the mythos), they really should treat GI Joe as a comic book movie, like X-Men and Spider-Man.

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and working with the comics as the base continuity? sounds like a winner to me. @firedevil@

 

I agree. Even though Transformers had a comic too, Hama's writing was a lot more integral to the GI Joe storyline. While I understand why they did what they did with the TF movie (TFs have had way more "different takes" on the mythos), they really should treat GI Joe as a comic book movie, like X-Men and Spider-Man.

 

 

Just as long as it ISN'T like The Hulk. @firedevil@

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Good guy. Very upbeat, positive and enthusiastic! I liked what he had to say and how he said it.

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