|The cinematic universe that (for the most part) works well.|
The Marvel Cinematic Universe works, people may want a, "Star Wars," one but that might already be in trouble according to new rumors, and "Star Trek," is chugging happily along. Cinematic universes can sometimes work, we've established that.The questions becomes: Do we need a cinematic universe of Hasbro properties, the Robin Hood concept I read about a couple of years ago, spin-off films of the already up-to-7, "Fast and Furious," films and the like? Let's speak honestly here: People want money, and Marvel's cinematic universe has made money. However, unless it makes sense, you're being an absolute fucking idiot to pursue a cinematic universe. Why? I said why--because it often doesn't make sense! I mean, just because fancy computer special effects get people excited, that doesn't mean you need them for your romantic drama set within the 1800's, just as you don't need a cinematic universe for some movies about the fucking Invisible Man and Dracula.
|Even if this is good, does it need a cinematic universe?|
Just makes your damn movie, if it does well gives us some sequels if they're warranted, but please quit trying to make everything a cinematic universe because it looks like the newest hot thing. Remember when everyone thought making their film a 3D event was ingenious? Yeah, let's not have another horrific debacle of that magnitude.