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Sounds like fluffy fanfiction from the mind of an obsessed Ron/Hermione shipper.
1. The idea didn't work in the Hobbit, so it won't work here.
2. If anyone, they would use Harry, not Ron and Hermione. If Daniel declines to return than they best cut it out of the movie.
3. This is Rowling's script. I wouldn't expect her to include cheap scenes just to draw connections with the HP films.1
Props to Marvel for oversaturating the market with half-assed superhero movies and now turning to television to display their mediocrity. I'm all for it if it means less superhero films per year, but sadly it looks like they're still rolling out 2 or 3 per year, which, added in to the Spider-Man and Superman films bound to come every few years now, will make for an incredibly overstuffed and tiresome market. Not to mention Marvel is insanely cheap.
They just need to take it slow. I've never seen a more annoyingly ambitious and aggressive marketing for such a bland palette of films.2
Aaron when was younger might have looked exactly like thisNope.
Star Trek Into Darkness - Rousing. Thrilling. A towering achievement by J.J. Abrams and the best film of the year thus far. It isn't as iconic as the first film, nor as intellectually stimulating, and it all ends rather abruptly, but it boasts some of the best visuals I've ever seen in a film and has enough emotion, heart, soul, wit and tremendous style to make me walk out feeling extremely satisfied. Seriously, this is the best summer blockbuster I've seen...well, in years (sans TDKR). I don't know how it holds up for die-hard fans of the series because I'm not a Trekkie, but literally everything about this is enjoyable. IMAX 3D is surely the ideal format to see the film in. Stunning visuals, a powerful and pulsing sound mix (with nostalgic tunes by Giacchino), heart-pumping action and, Christ, the performances are stunning across the board. Quinto stood out the most like in the first film, but Pine really stepped it up and Cumberbatch was great as expected. Alice Eve was sexy too. The film felt a bit more mindless than its predecessor at times, but there is interesting groundwork and moral commentary going on at the root of it too. It's more than just a fun experience. It falls short of the first film in some respects, but crushes the first film in other ways, leaving it on par as an excellent entry in the franchise. Seriously, if Abrams actually backs out--which is looking likely--I am going to be very disappointed. Another solid entry would mean one of the best trilogies of all time, really.
I'm getting a slight Game of Thrones vibe.1