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26 December 2008 @ 08:30 pm
It's the most wonderful time of the year  

Happy Holidays to all! :D  Yeah, I am still here reading LJ's. (I just don't post often) ;)

I'm a huge James Marsden devotee. He is a sweetheart, and a cutie. The following is Marsden answering why Superman Returns didn't do well. It's old, so nothing new.




I love his idea. I do. Superman is virtuous, that is why the Man of Steel has my heart and is my favorite superhero. However, truthfully I believe the answer is that no one liked Superman being a dead-beat dad. That's the reason I find it tough to put in my DVD player. So whoever came up with that idea: Shame on you.
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hp5angst: green arrow/oliver queenhp5angst on December 27th, 2008 05:11 am (UTC)
My reason is plot wise. Also, the climax was lame. He didn't do much super saving at all. Biggest disappointment was Lois.
I liked Spacey as Lex, though.
canneverbe: daniel and betty- high fivecanneverbe on December 27th, 2008 03:41 pm (UTC)
I liked Spacey too, MR is most def my Lex Luthor, but Spacey comes in second. ;)
B.brooke90 on December 27th, 2008 06:53 pm (UTC)
I love James Marsden too :) I wasn't delighted with Superman returns either,but I have always been more Smallville fan than Superman(as a movie) :)
canneverbe: smile clarkcanneverbe on December 28th, 2008 12:23 am (UTC)
Why not love him! :D
Oh, really? That is interesting.

I always thought Superman was the best hero, although I had never watched the movies. Then Smallville caught my attention.
:)
joiecabooseys on December 28th, 2008 07:05 am (UTC)
Aww, I love James Marsden! I'm actually a huge fan of the X-Men series and one of the reasons why I saw Superman Returns was because Brian Singer was directing it and JM was there too. I was a little disappointed that the movie didn't do well either, but I love that James called Superman virtuous. He's not like every other hero that has that kind of darkness he was talking about. <3

And yeah, when I first saw the film and saw Superman being a dad, I was like "wtf who thought up of THAT?" (I don't know if that ever happened in the comics, though.)