also, the problem with adding heroes isnt that theyre unknown, its just that it could make the story way too busy, not to mention some of them would be plain stupid in a live action film (Im looking at you, ant man)
wasnt ms marvel raped or something? I can see black panther being in a movie, though
Well, the movies aren't exactly canon with the comics (Tony Stark in the Middle East, Blonsky being a British soldier, Chituari that aren't Skrulls, etc.)
I seen the animated movie based off Planet Hulk, wasn't bad.
There was also a what-if comic where Hulk landed on the planet he was suppose to, it was nice.
Originally he was injured in the vietnam war.
Also, Arc reactors didnt exist at all until the movies came out, then the comics used them.
IMO the Arc Reactor on his chest was a much better solution than what they did in Extremis
And they're using Extremis in Iron Man 3.
didnt he use his own suit to save his life
as in, the suit in the comics worked as the chest reactor in the movies
yes and what you said wasnt what I- nevermind it
One guy from reddit assembled all the pre avengers movie in one,putting all the scenes in a chronological order
It's 22gb, 9 hours long
Won't link the reddit post in here because it contains links to the torrent
So does Captain America come first, then he doesn't get unfrozen until the end?
And do Hulk and Iron Man overlap in places?
How would that work, honestly?
Like Iron Man is beating up terrorists, then it transitions to the Hulk smashing stuff?
Well first it's captain America. Then I think everything that happens in Iron man 1 comes first. Then the Incredibly Hulk (We see Stark at the end with knowledge of the Avengers). Then Iron Man 2 (We see Thors hammer at the very end) So Thor comes next, finally ending with the thawing of Captain America.
Finishing of with the Avengers movie.
Wouldn't be that hard would it?
I'm pretty sure Hulk and Iron Man are the same time period
Here's how things happen, in order:
1. Beginning of Thor
2. All but the end of Captain America
3. Opening flashback of Hulk
4. Iron Man
5. All but the end of Incredible Hulk*
6. All but the end of Iron Man 2*
7. Thor arrives in New Mexico*
8. End of Incredible Hulk*
9. End of Iron Man 2*
10. End of Thor*
11. End of Captain America
12. The Avengers
(* took place within the same week)
I'd like to see it in 3D as I've never tried 3D. I'm a 3D virgin.
Actually I'm a virgin in every sense of the word but cinema isn't going to help in any other case.
Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock, The Hobbit, Star Trek 2) would make a GREAT Dr Strange.
nah John Hawkes would be a much better Dr Strange
Only actor who has expressed interest to play him so far is Patrick Dempsey
if Luke Cage ever makes an appearance I'd want Michael Jai White to play him
probably won't happen but still that would be boss
Isaiah Mustafa or Michael Clarke Duncan would make great Luke Cages
I feel Isaiahs voice better suits Black Panther.
Fan reaction to the credits scene at about 10:42.
Ask yourself. Why is Spider-Mans actor reading a massive bunch of Avengers comics round the same time Marvel hints a deal is being struck with Sony? Look closer.
"Thanos Avengers". Thanos. Who appears to be the plot for Avengers 2 .
He COULD just be a massive fan. But not even a massive fan walks around with a bundle of comics from a series from a while back.
So I'm gonna get excited
Sources within Variety and The Hollywood Reporter have confirmed that the Guardians of the Galaxy movie to be set for May 2014
Why are Marvel focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy and Ant Man?
Why not bigger contenders like Black Panther or Ms Marvel? Hell even a new Fantastic 4 or X-men 4?
Why the hell is Marvel making movies on Guardians of the Galaxy when nobody really knows them AND they've never been popular. Ant Man is a terrible character with a terribly costume and a terrible power in my opinion.
Plus can you imaging Robert Downey JR acting infront of Rocket Raccoon? They've gone out of their way to make these super hero films semi-realistic these days but who cares, the giant Raccoon and Ant Man are super popular characters amongst the public. Oh shit wait they're not this is a terrible idea.
2. Ant Man is a founding member of the Avengers (in the comics) and could bring up some really interesting character development (a pacifist who is also a superhero), not to mention ULTRON .
3. The Ant Man movie is apparently being done by the director of Shawn of the Dead and Hot Fuzz as a "WOO, LET'S GO ON AN ADVENTURE WITH SCIENCE!" kinda flick that doesn't tak itself too seriously, so that honestly sounds pretty cool.