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I love him as Jonah but I think he won’t work in MCU.
no cause Ice Cube
9:18 - 9:24 "...the sanke biting the nipple on the girl - that was our company." 😅🤣 Classic John.
I thought it was a announcements that Spilberg was doing Blackhawks for DC and for Krypton did originally announced it was set in DCEU and for JK Simmons as Johnah Jameson in MCU i would love to see them use Jameson as podcast host lol
I remember hearing that the Jack Reacher does not have the physical characteristics are different for Jack Reacher compared to the film. Also another one is Ready Player One describes the main characters as having diiferent physical features than in the film. Also in the book the main character started out overweight & looses weight as he digs more holes where as in the Disney film he starts & ends still thin.
i think the guy might be confused about that sci fi movie.it sounds like the end of aliens,where the queen rips bishop in half on the flight deck.
There’s a good James Bond theory I heard years ago that they brainwash people and give them the memories of all the previous Bonds
I wonder where Johns character in the MCU went?
You would have to be totally clueless to think that Kevin Fiege doesn’t have 4 plans already ready to go for X-men and Fantastic Four. Back when the MCU was taking off, and the Avengers was a huge success, Kevin was doing an interview and was asked what he would do if having the entire marvel catalog to use at his disposal. He said that he doesn’t know and that they do multiple story boards and then picks the best of each board.
Recast Please Sony. Time for new blood.
Know why they didn't have black or Asian hobbits? Because there are no black or Asian hobbits. There's no black James Bond. They can make a movie with black and Asian hobbits but I can guarantee it won't be as successful as the correct white hobbits. They can make a black James Bond, but it will almost certainly not be as successful. And they'll do permanent damage to the character on screen. Why not make Peter Parker black? Because that would do permanent damage to the character. So they created Barry Marshall Davis Jr. as Spider-Man instead.If an author wants a character a certain way...that's the way it is. Plays like Romeo and Juliet don't really care about race. Black Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar big deal. Then look at something like Merlin; Angel Coulby probably shouldn't have been cast as Guinevere. She felt out of place in Merlin.
I didn't like JK Simmons in the Spider-Man movies. I thought he was a big buffoon. I wanted to see a genuine flesh and blood human being in there. That is why when Michael Keaton was said to be in the new Spider-Man movie, I wish he would have been cast as JJ Jameson so that Peter could have interesting exchanges with him going forward. Whether it's investigating a crime, etc....Similar to how the character was written in the Daily Bugle comic-book series. A hard nose guy who is tough but fair. And not a clown. He hates super-heroes but he is willing to give everyone a fair shake.
Absolutely. JK Simmons is a national treasure. "If I can get a picture of Julia Roberts in a thong, we can get pictures of this weirdo. He doesn't want to be famous? Then i'll make him infamous!"-J.J. Jameson.
Why did you get let go from amc what's the real story
Theres an episode of "Ultimate Spiderman" I think it is where they travel the multi-verse (Spider-verse) and in there is a Comment that "JJJ is JJJ no matter where you go" - And I think they should absolutely play on that. He was the best part about those movies other than maybe Willem Dafoe. Holland walks into his office as Peter, right as he's coming in "First, we have these "Avengers" tearing the city apart, then we let Hydra try and keep us safe, and now we have this Spider menace terrorizing Queens, so much for the Sokovia accords if they can't stop him".
What is with the hulk cameo misdirection? lol It's killing me, I think I saw you, but I'm not sure, will we ever get a confirmation?
I don't know how loud most people listen to your show but when the air conditioner is on, it's not really noticeable on my end.
Great show 👍🏼
How do I send john movie questions?
Speaking of rebooting & Bond movies, keeping Judi Dench as M in the Daniel Craig films was a good thing.
Tommy Lee Jones won the award.
I think they should cast Joseph Gordon Levitt as J.J. and have the news paper be an Online News Source.
A Spectator is a moron. The author “describing” a character is no different than a comic book artist drawing a character a certain way. The only time race matters is when it is a necessary factor in who the character is. Race isn’t for James Bond. It would be if James Bond was a real life person who was being portrayed onscreen, but he isn’t. He’s imaginary. The only thing he has to be is British because of the government he’s supposed to work for. No one was going to cast Sean Connery as Nelson Mandela instead of Idris Elba. Similarly, no one was going to cast Kate Mara as the lead in Crazy Rich Asians instead of Constance Wu.
For me, Ive always thought of James Bond as a moniker or title earned by agents throughout their years of service, and I want Idris Elba as James bond I also dont want or think it needs to be rebooted, but John's argument against it being a reboot was retarded, arguing that if their eyes are different then that's the same qualifier as skintone for a reboot. Eyes go unnoticed, aswell as the other miniscule shit he mentioned. Something as bold as a huge shift in skin tone IS absolutely reboot or narrative shift territory, not neccessary but it IS the territory. The way John argued came across as Virtue Signaling rather than actually arguing for a black character. You know how when youtubers cry on cam and it comes across as hugely inauthentic? Your spill on the skin tone struck a huge inauthenticity flag from me, an we both want Idris as Bond
Hugh Jackman for MCU’s Wolverine? If JK is hired, everyone will expect Hugh.
Predator- Dude, (who has never watched Predator) you are missing out! Watch it! Enjoy!
Mile 22- I was so pumped about this movie that I even made a TVclip video (a few months ago) about my excitement! So much potential wasted!
Snakes on a Plane- Yes, I remember that nipple bite! Haha “Fasten your seatbelts and enjoy the fright”.
The alien question could have been Aliens with the queen. Maybe
J.K.Simmons is Truely the best J.Jonah Jamison on screen!
Hell yes JK should come back! He's like JJJ from the '67 cartoon show come to life! Judy Dench stayed when they rebooted James Bond, so JK would be in great company!
Yes he should.
They've already recast him - JB Smoove is playing him in 'Far From Home'
George Lucas cameos when peter and tink fly to neverland he and carrrie fisher are the copule who fly in the air while dancing on the bridge
10 minutes of Korg a day, keeps sadness away.
Didn't he defect from the Marvel universe to become commissioner Gordon?...Nah...move on.
That inside out dude, DEEP in the friendzone
If we want to stick to the author's (Ian Fleming) description of James Bond then it should also be a spy thriller set in the 50's. But the movies have moved on; so should the casting.
J.Jonah.jameson in the comics tried to kill spiderman numerous times . I think you should have a more menacing actor with a touch of humour
I've always been a fan of doing a gender reversal casting for Jameson with Allison Janney in the role. I see her as the female counterpart to J.K. Simmons. Heck, they've already played husband and wife.
They did it with Judi Dench in James Bond so why not
The mutant thing could easily be dealt with...something has suddenly triggered the mutant gene to kick in recently and suddenly it's flaring up all around the world and it's become a crisis for governments. There could be older mutants like Xavier, Magneto or Logan who have managed to keep their powers out of the public eye. Logan would be easy. He doesn't shoot lasers out of his eyes or looks like a blue demon or anything. Maybe Logan will be the first mutant.
Tommy Lee Jones of course won an Oscar for The Fugitive in what must have been considered a bit of an upset. No Ralph Fiennes? It's a good, fun movie but it's weird now watching it seeing Julianne Moore getting a big billing as a doctor who basically has one very minor scene and then gone. Seemed like she was going to be a bigger deal but chopped out. Jane Lynch has more to do as another doctor.
I have to say that you keep saying Miles 22 is worse and worse, and yet you didn't hate the PoS that was BvS?
Umm John you forgot Spielberg is directing a DC comicbook movie
Yeah, to me all the Abrahams/Zucker spoofs are the gold standard of thst sub-genre with Airplane/Top Secret/Naked Gun/Hot Shots. Although I like High Anxiety, Men In Tights, and Spaceballs enough - honestly, I think Mel Brooks isn't nearly as sharp nor clever as Abrahams/Zucker. We won't even dignify the Wayans brothers stuff with any further mention, except to say they ruined the concept with lazily inept, inert, inane execution. But I'd say National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon 1 is certainly the most underrated spoof film. Does UHF count though?
TBH you have a BG sound that if it's not A/C maybe it's a fan. I dunno. I think you could run some A/C for your comfort because the hum in this vid only bothered me because you pointed out you were trying to avoid BG sounds. I wouldn't have noticed otherwise.
Tommy Lee Jones WON the Academy Award.
George Lucas and Carrie Fisher are said to be the kissing couple on the bridge that start floating upwards when Tinkerbell takes Peter when he was a baby.
The dude who invented AC invented it for the purpose for coolant not for hearing convenience. Just saying.
*J. K. Simmons* is the only J. Jonah Jameson.
Spielberg is directing DC's Blackhawk i heard,btw Ragnarok is a shitty movie imo.
John Campea is also in Man of Steel. The scene where the army guys are escorting Superman down the corridor in handcuffs, Campea is one of the army guys on Superman's direct left. Well, it's probably not Campea but it looks almost exactly like him, LOL! :D
What about that one time James Bond was asian? 😂
Bring J Back ,IT'S the RIGHT thing to do.
No because every marvel fan makes fun of Tobey maguire and raimis trilogy but when it comes to jk Simmons playing JJ everyone knows his the perfect cast for it, so they keep there mouths shut, of course the mcu fans want jk Simmons because they know he can’t be replaced by a better actor, once again personal convenience and interest,
JK Simmons was perfect in the role and would fit right in the MCU. He even voices the character in the Ultimate Spider-Man series.If he doesn’t reprise his role, I think Gary Oldman should step in his shoes. Thought about this ever since Simmons played Commissioner Gordon.
The kissing couple who begin to float when some fairy dust lands on them are actually George Lucas and Carrie Fisher in a cameo. this is according to imdb hook trivia
You can’t see them but Carrie Fisher and George Lucas were in the background on a bridge kissing. As they were kissing , Tinkerbell flew over them while she was carrying Peter and sprinkled fairy dust on them in HOOK.
He will always be JJJameson for me.
31:20 Yes, I've heard the rumor...LAST YEAR. There's recent You Tube video in...German, (?) that revises this to Avengers 4. At least thats what the headline says. It also says 'confirmed' *Which means it smells like stinky unwashed socks* Hey, at least Tony Stark becomes Kang. Heard that one too. There's also a character called The Sphinx, who ...oh wait. We haven't gotten to that theory yet, Getting ahead of myself.My bad.Anyway. 31:54 In Stephen King's novella Rita Hayworth and The Shawshank Redemption, Red is a white Irish guy with red hair. Morgan Freeman played that character in the film, and nobody had a problem. Also, the character of Andy is played by Tim Robbins. In Kings story, Andy is short. Nobody cared. Why? The film was great., that's why. Bill Burr for JJ
I would say that James Bond’s whiteness was important in 1962 because the character kind represented Britain clinging to relevance in its post-imperial period. For the 21st century, Idris Elba can represent Britain as well as any white actor.
Always the best!
John a perfect example of that author description vs movie actor is Hannibal. In the book, Hannibal has maroon eyes and a missing finger (or something to that effect). Anthony Hopkins is nothing like that and yet, it’s probably his most recognizable role
George is kissing Carrie in Hook
What if mutants come out of the shadows post snap and the world hates them for not comming out sooner for they could of stoped the snapening in the 1st place? Or something like that
Would the guy who didn't like Thor Ragnarok prefer they take out the Coliseum fight scene or 5 to 10 minutes of Corg? I know my answer
John, Spielberg is lined up to direct Blackhawks for DC.
If there wasn't so much controversy around him I'd say Louis CK would make a good JJJ.
Even though JK Simmons was a perfect J Jonah Jameson I think he wouldn't be an ideal JJJ in this current MCU. His JJJ was over the top and almost bordered on a parody which fit in perfectly with some of the elements of the Sam Rami Spiderman movies. I think someone like Bryan Cranston or John C. McGinley would be perfect for the MCU JJJ.
OMG Cranston would be Heaven! He has the elements to be menacing and human for JJ.
6:39 "That day straighten our bonds." I love this phrase so much.
My question ended up being the main title and thumbnail! YESS! Haha
Didn’t watch. Yes.
1:53 isn’t he directing Blackhawk??? He’s a dc character
I think there are certain fictional characters that need to look a certain way because the look is iconic. Superman needs to look like Superman always does. J. Jonah Jameson has to look like the comics version. Mary Jane Watson has to be a hot redhead.
Based on that why should anyone ever cast a look then? To some people the "best actress" would be one that can play the role and look like the person she is playing.
Mike Blair Because getting the best actress for the role is more important than making sure she has the right color eyes.
I think having a character look like the character is pretty common sense. After reading decades of Spider-man I have no idea why it would even be a consideration to have her look different when there is no reason for it. After all they usually do cast people with the right look. To some people Jame Bond might be an exception because we have already seen many different looking bonds on screen.
Mike Blair Nothing says they have to. Throwing a tantrum because they made MJ a blonde would be absurdly petty.
Examples of Reboots or Franchise start-overs that kept actors for the same role:James Bond - Judi Dench as MThe Flash - Mark Hamill as The TricksterThe Lion King - James Earl Jones as MufasaMarvel - Lou Ferrigno as the voice of HulkI see no reason as to why they shouldn't get J.K Simmons for Jameson if they ever bring the character back.
Inside Out is maybe the smartest film I have ever seen.
Judi Dench as M was a good exception to the reboot recast rule.
Don't tell Campea the camo in Hook until he tells us where he is in Incredible Hulk
Also don't tell him that the cameo can be found in 5 seconds on Google :p
If the story is set in Norway should we cast a Frenchman?
I feel like I've seen this episode of you talking about this issue to death ... could have been a dream.
To bring x men in they slam x universe and MCU together
Just watched the departed recently & I could totally see Mark wahlberg as JJJ
Thor Ragnarok is great movie. Biggest complaint I see is that it's funny. That is like saying I didn't like Star Wars because It's not in our universe. Because a movie is funny doesn't mean it's bad people don't be a dip shit. Also John you forget everyone's name.
+The_other_black_guy OK but I like different ways to show these characters. If it's drama, comedy, dark, light, goofy. Either way Thor wasn't working as a drama. They needed to ground him. I enjoyed it.
+Adam McHardie no I understand that this movie hit me as corny, less so when I rewatched, just didn't work for me
+Adam McHardie guardians 1 not that sequel
+The_other_black_guy comedy works in a comedy it isn't a drama. You feel the need to change a movie to fit you. Not every movie will hit you the same.
+The_other_black_guy ik you brought up Odin didn't know you were the only person that can bring it up my bad. Look you are over thinking this movie. You don't have to bring up Guardians because it just proves my point. Rushed the moment when Ego told Quill he gave her a tumor. " who the hell do you think you are" FUNNY
I thought it was confirmed that Spielberg was doing a D.C. and that he sought after the project so yea he's closer then we think on doing a comic film
Harrison Ford in Regarding Henry, is fantastic!
Theory as to how mutants in the mcu can be explained..... Xavier wiped everyone on earths' minds of the existence of mutants for decades, providing an explanation for why nobody knows of them and how powerful Xaviers telepathy is
as a result of thanos and the destruction he caused, xavier decides its better for mutants to help than to hide
Jack_The_Masochist_Kelly MMA Then the question is what undid the memory wipe?
Speilberg was announced as the director for DC's blackhawks movie john, how could you forget
Apparently, George Lucas and Carrie Fisher are the kissing couple on the bridge in the beginning of Hook.
at a glance "recast reboot" looked like "racist reboot." that's the only reason why i clicked on this video hahaha.
Yes. JK Simmons was perfect for the role then and is still perfect now.
Return of the Jedi was the greatest Star Wars movie? Is there a limit to the number of wrong opinions you can have, John? ;)
Unpopular opinion: The only time I’ve seen Samuel L. Jackson “phone it in” was as Mace Windu in Episode I. He was better in the other two but completely wooden in TPM.
John, are you familiar with the Adam Dagliesh detective series by PD James that has been televised by BBC? PD James only minimally described the physical appearance of the intellectual, poetry writing protagonist in her novels. She had mentioned in an interview that she gave it little thought. The actor Martin Shaw who portrayed Dagliesh had an appeal to the female audience although he doesn't seem particularly attractive or sexy in a conventional way (to me anyway). After watching Shaw as Dagliesh, James said that she couldn't really imagine any other actor as the character. This is an interesting case of the actor portraying a character and influencing the author.
John Campea is the Adam Sessler of Movies. Always giving concise reasons for his opinions and open to others.