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  • #16
    I like it for the most part. Takes too much from the New52 look though. Remember when Billy first got a hood in his white clad Marvel alias when Freddy became CM? That white suit... just in red... would've been PERFECT. It got rid of the pirate boots but still kept the classic look...

    EDIT: It's a plus that the director knows what hair dye is.

    ~//V\\~

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Mister Ed View Post
      Are those his real muscles or is that suit padded? Because it LOOKS padded to me, even if those ARE his real muscles. Maybe it will look different in motion instead of still frames.

      I like the look overall, though.
      Probably a combination of both, every suit is padded these days. Given that these are just set photos and not even PR shots I'm sure the suit will look better in the movie.

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      • #18
        That costume is as close to perfect as we were ever going to get. I am actually pleasantly surprised it's as faithful as it is. I love it.

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        • #19
          The hood looks a bit awkward, but that'll hopefully look neater on screen. The bright yellow logo and bits on the arm band I'm pretty sure will be CGI'd to look more...lightup, seems a bit too much of a flat neon yellow for them to actually go in the final movie. The suit's texture looks very reminiscent of the DCEU Superman costume in particular, the costume strikes me as fairly similar to that overall, but for Captain Marvel instead of Superman. Overall a nice looking costume, will be interesting to see how it looks on film. Not a giant Captain Marvel fan so I don't know what my thoughts on the general film etc. are, but I'd concur with those of you on here who said a period film would be better, for a start it'd help it stand out, and with the success of Wonder Woman I think a lot of us want to see more period superhero films, I always thought a Superman film set in the 30s/40s would work well. Seeing the costume looks so modern though, I doubt it'll be period...
          Originally posted by IonFan
          (even if the ear sucking helped get me off faster)
          Originally posted by Big Daddy Caesar
          If I had things like the internet and a laptop as a kid, I never would have left my room as a teenager.
          Originally posted by Quaker
          I am the Geoff Johns of the GLCMB.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Deadpool View Post
            ...I always thought a Superman film set in the 30s/40s would work well. Seeing the costume looks so modern though, I doubt it'll be period...
            DC/WB will never do it, but a depression-era Superman with his correspondent power levels could be really fun.

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            • #21
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              i........................... agree with some of this

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              Ultra-MAGA then, Ultra-MAGA now, ULTRA-MAGA 4EVER (and yes i still support The Great MAGA-King)

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              • #22
                Yo.






                Tazer


                Originally posted by Andrew NDB
                Geoff Johns should have a 10 mile restraining order from comic books, let alone films.

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                  • #24
                    I'm digging that costume. I hear people complain about it, but to me it seems more like a modernized version of the comic one for film. Its pretty much what I would expect with no going off the rails with lame armor plating, nipples, or jagged pieces.

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                    • #25
                      ^Agreed. There may be many problems with this yet, but the costume doesn't seem to be one of them. The drink makes the Captain look childish too, so hopefully that does come across in the movie.

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                      • #26
                        Yeah, I hope they keep the aspect of Cap being a child in a god's body. That is what makes Cap unique and not another generic Superman clone. Cap should be like the Tom Hanks movie Big but in the superhero genre. Lighthearted and fun.

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                        • #27
                          As long as he's a good kid in an adult body, not a surly, moody, sarcastic kid in an adult body.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Mister Ed View Post
                            As long as he's a good kid in an adult body, not a surly, moody, sarcastic kid in an adult body.
                            Hear hear!

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                              • #30
                                From Shazam's cinematographer:

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