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Marvel General - The End of an Era Begins Here!

Phase Three is the end of an era in Marvel films, in and out of the MCU: the X-Men film franchise will lose the only Logan it’s ever known after Hugh Jackman films the next Wolverine, Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans will close out their runs as Iron Man and Captain America with Infinity War—Pt. II, and Infinity War itself will be the climax of a decade-long plan that turned Marvel films into box office juggernauts.

And it all begins with Captain America: Civil War. Here’s the last trailer for the film—complete with the reveal of the MCU’s friendly neighborhood Spider-Man: //youtube.com/watch?v=dKrVegVI0Usyoutube thumb
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Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
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And in case you don’t want to sit through the trailer, here’s the first look at MCU Spidey.

He has emotive eyes, BTW. Based as fuck.
No.45439
Anonymous
This movie does seem so much better than the previous actual Avengers films.
No.45440
Anonymous
Replies:>>45441
Chris Evans will never not be a perfect Captain America. That callback was hype.
No.45441
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>45440

First Avenger doesn’t get nearly enough love. Glad to see the Russos remembered it.
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Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
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Hi-res image of Spidey’s MCU outfit.
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Anonymous
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>>45442
No.45444
T4 was here
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>>45442
And given he's on Team Iron I bet the climax will have in the Iron Spider suit.

Also Ant on Arrow comfirmed.
No.45445
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>45444

>Ant on Arrow

And to think, that’s only the fourth best part of this trailer (behind Spidey, the First Avenger callback, and Black Panther being badass as fuck without needing a single line).
No.45449
Anonymous
Replies:>>45457
I'm just glad that from reading all of the interviews on the subject that Feige and the Russos seem to have learned the right lessons from the original comic and are doing what they can to avoid it all.
No.45450
Anonymous
Spidey no longer rolling with Basketball Jones

very happy.
No.45457
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>45449

The film has a bit of a bigger problem, though: as Film Crit HULK pointed out on Twitter, Civil War is all about the Avengers going to war over Bucky, and we’ve been given little reason to care about him as a character (in terms of what the films have shown us). It’s an “assumed empathy” problem: Cap cares about Bucky, and audiences care about Cap, so the filmmakers assume everyone in the audience cares about Bucky as a result.
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Anonymous
>>45457
Ymmv on that. I liked him in the first movie and Winter Soldier made me care about him plenty enough, even if it was the "you poor baby" pity kind.
No.45459
Anonymous
>>45457

Is it all about Bucky or is it also about the super secret underwater prison they built to hold people like Bucky that we also saw in the trailer?
No.45460
Anonymous
Replies:>>45461
>>45457
The fact the authorities want to murder Bucky in cold blood instead of capturing him for trial when he was superscience-brainwashed into carrying out the crimes he is accused of and had his mind wiped repeatedly to keep him under control is more than reason enough to agree with Steve that this shit is fucked and nonamerican, but its not like we haven't had a chance to see Bucky before the brainwashing and empathize with how horrific the things done to him were to make him into a living weapon.

Plus the previous movies have been about the overseeing committees/organisations being corrupt/incompetent or Tony being a fuck up and causing the problem, not to mention Ross himself is dirty as hell if you go back and watch the Hulk movie and only has his current position due to having powerful friends and backroom politics.
No.45461
Anonymous
Replies:>>45465
>>45460
People are theorizing that Bucky somehow gets blamed for that building (the one that seems to be hosting some sort of political/diplomatic conference in the trailer) blowing up, and that's the "shit hits the fan" moment, akin to the school incident with the New Warriors in the comic. Interestingly enouhg it seems that T'challa was in that building, so that would explain why he's hunting Bucky so bad.
No.45463
Anonymous
Replies:>>45464
Since this is the Spiderman reveal thread-
>Tony brought a 15 year old American minor to a German airport possibly without his Guardian's consent to fight

Does this seem accurate?
No.45464
Anonymous
Replies:>>45466
>>45463
If the registration is in effect, and it works anywhere like in the comics, then it is fully legal
No.45465
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
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>>45461

Speaking of T’challa, go back to the trailer and watch Black Panther chase Bucky again. Not only does he outrun Captain America(!), he does it with a hint of feline flair in the way he moves. (Of particular note: look at how he runs compared to how Cap runs.) Panther has looked like a badass without needing a single line in any of the trailers, and by the time Civil War is over, I bet the Russos will have made a lot of people want to see the Black Panther standalone film.
No.45466
Anonymous
Replies:>>45467
>>45464
Except you can't even join the police force in America until you are at least 18-21? Enlisting a kid with limited training/experience and throwing him against other (older) superheroes is pretty shady.
No.45467
Anonymous
Replies:>>45468
>>45466

You missed the "and it works anywhere like in the comics" part, bro.
No.45468
Anonymous
Replies:>>45470
>>45467
Except it was super shady in the comics too? It was literally child conscription even if you didn't have a combat-related power with your only offered alternative was it being surgically removed/crippled by the government.

If MCU Stark was about to become Iron Fuhrer from the comics that would be a BAD thing, and we don't need another Cloud 9 situation but with Spiderboy in her place.
No.45469
Anonymous
Replies:>>45470
Old school thing is Peter thanks to his mutation looks older than fifteen. Comics it was they assumed he was older until he reveals himself and then Cap sends him home till later.

Ah damn Avengers Academy Cloud 9 in particular being one of the most heartbreaking stories in all of that. You made her into a killer, hope you are fucking happy with that. People should have gotten more shit for that event.
No.45470
Anonymous
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>>45468
>>45469

Hey now, Cloud 9 turned out okay eventually. She ditched that goofy helmet and sniper gun for a sweet-ass jacket.
No.45471
Anonymous
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>>45470
That's cool. Way better than the Parka she was wearing when she first appeared.
No.45472
Anonymous
Replies:>>45473
>>45471
Well she wasn't any kind of superhero or government assassin when she first appeared, she was just a young girl that loved to fly up where there was no one to show off to and its cold high up in the sky so obviously she wore some practical clothing. Then came war machine all JOIN THE SUPERARMY OR IMMA SHOOT YOU IN THE FACE!

Then in like her first day of training they forced a plasma rifle into her hands and ordered her to dogfight with terrorist Jets.
No.45473
Anonymous
>>45472

Don't forget the cute boy she liked who had half of his head vaporized while saving her life in a training accident!
No.45474
Anonymous
Replies:>>45475
>>45465
It's going to take a substantial effort to make me want to see a panther movie.
I really don't like him to begin with. I don't see that changing.
No.45475
Anonymous
>>45474
Why not? I can understand if you didn't like the more recent runs but I've been reading the stuff by Christopher Priest and I'm liking it quite a lot.
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Anonymous
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Anonymous
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This dude. I'm buying his Best Six Inch action figure.
No.45479
T4 was here
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>>45478
>his Best Six Inch action figure.
What...?
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Anonymous
>>45479
Six Inch is my preferred display size. Gonna get him and Cap. Figuarts unless Mezco gets the license for it since I like Soft Goods (Fabric Clothes)
No.45484
Anonymous
Replies:>>45485
Watching Jessica Jones and I'm up to episode 10. Not sure whether to say this series is better or worse than Daredevil but I'm enjoying it just as much.

I just wish the action scenes were more than "grab guy and throw him against a wall". Some decent fight choreography like DD had could go a long way.
No.45485
Anonymous
>>45484
That's the most common criticism I hear about it. If it's not too much of a problem for you then I think you're good.
No.45490
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
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Speaking of the Netflix shows: Season One of Luke Cage drops on September 30th.
No.45491
Anonymous
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>>45490
Cool just going on from the Jessica Jones series? Or before that?
No.45494
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
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>>45491

Dunno. Probably going from Jessica Jones, since Iron Fist is slated to show up.
No.45495
Anonymous
>>45494

Danny just going to hang out watching TV while Luke and Jessica just pound down. They've loosely used comic arcs to plot these series. What could they use for Luke?
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Anonymous
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Anonymous
>>45511
>the war within Cap's harem
No.45513
Anonymous
Replies:>>45514
Not gonna lie, I'm mildly confused by what I'm seeing here
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Anonymous
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Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
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//youtube.com/watch?v=TeD8aVVT620youtube thumb
No.45559
Tiki
Replies:>>45560
I cried during the opening scene of Daredevil season 2 just because it's so great to see a Superhero still being a superhero.
No.45560
T4 was here
>>45559
I feel the same about the flash but I saved my tears for Jurassic World.
But that story is for another thread.
No.45561
Jumpman
Jeremy Renner is under the delusion that people want more Jeremy Renner.

http://www.avclub.com/article/jeremy-renner-down-hawkeye-netflix-series-if-you-a-234077
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Anonymous
>>45561
I don't outrigth WANT it, but neither would I mind if it happened.
No.45563
Anonymous
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>>45561
You'd be surprised how many fangirls he still has. I just don't understand.
No.45564
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>45561

I'd be down for a Hawkeye series.
No.45565
Snes !v68zTeBMI.
>>45563
Why would people not want a Hawkeye series? One of the best parts of Age of Ultron was the development Hawkeye got, especially revealing his superpower of "being a well-adjusted human being."
No.45566
Anonymous
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>>45565
>Why would people not want a Hawkeye series?

Because MCU Hawkeye ain't much of Hawkeye?
No.45567
Anonymous
>>45566
You don't like him. That doesn't mean he's not cool.
No.45568
Anonymous
>>45565
He's just not the same character. He's got a wife and kids so it doesn't really work the same way unless they kill them off cheaply like some rabid Clintasha fans have been hoping for. If they made a miniseries centered all around Kate Bishop though I'd totally be down for it.
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T4 was here
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>>45568
He is Ultimate Hawkeye without the emo or the drama.
Still boring but atlest now we know why.

And I like him more then Arrow atlest.
No Oliver, I dont care about your stupid bullshit, cant you have more fun with the Flash instead...
No.45720
Anonymous
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>>45595
>>45568

Eh, I understand the disappointment. While I was never a 616 Hawkeye fan, I understand that he was a swashbuckling, larger-than-life personality that constantly butted heads with Captain America. Movie Hawkeye is a pretty boring and tame archetype in comparison.
No.45721
Anonymous
>>45720

Maybe something will be worked out as Avengers Centered stories wind down and maybe they are allowed a few solo films.
No.45753
Anonymous
Alternatively they could introduce Kate Bishop early and make the David Aja Hawkeye miniseries and other future Hawkeye spinoffs centered around her as they permanently phase Clint Barton Hawkeye out.
No.45759
Anonymous
http://collider.com/doctor-strange-benedict-cumberbatch-images/
Dr. Strange is apparently done shooting for now. I'm surprised how closely the costume sticks to the comics and how good it looks. Almost ASM2 level. I really expected them to tone it down and mute the colors but it seems like the collar is the only part that's really changed.
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Anonymous
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Hi-Res pic of the Strange costume with Eye of Agamotto. It's funny how much a beard does for making Cumberbatch look less like an alien.
No.45778
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
The first teaser for Doctor Strange drops next week during Jimmy Kimmel’s show.
No.45780
Anonymous
This soon? I thought they just finished shooting or something.
No.45781
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>45780

A teaser isn’t a full trailer. I imagine it’ll be something brief, like maybe 45 seconds to a minute, to give us a taste of the film’s tone—it isn’t due out until November, after all.
No.45782
Anonymous
>>45780
A teaser may not even need post production.
It could just be Cumberstrange talking to noted old asian man Tilda Swinton.
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T4 was here
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>>45720
Here's a awesome Hawkeye moment they can have in the movies without reconning anything.
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T4 was here
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T4 was here
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T4 was here
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>>45786
Its also fun seeing Lady Death enjoying herself for ones.
No.45792
Anonymous
>>45787
>"He cheats!"

Oh my lord that was wonderful
No.45797
Anonymous
http://variety.com/2016/tv/news/marvel-cloak-and-dagger-freeform-series-1201747907/
So there's going to be a Cloak and Dagger series. Hopefully it's better than Agents of SHIELD.
No.45810
Anonymous
Replies:>>45811
http://www.cosmicbooknews.com/content/finn-jones-talks-iron-fist

>training around the clock for the role consisting of daily routines filled with Kung Fu, Wushu and Tai Chi training in addition to meditation and studying Buddhism.
No.45811
Anonymous
>>45810
That's good though I hope he gets real experts for this. Still though I'd rather they cast someone with known experience in these things and a more solid acting resume so people don't have to wonder about it.
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Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Not that it means much considering it happened for BvS, but early reviews/buzz for Civil War from critics/regular jackoffs who’ve seen the film is positive. Then again, BvS buzz from critics/regular jackoffs who'd seen the film didn’t start hitting social media until, what, a week before its wide release? We still have a month to go before Civil War drops into theaters.

Marvel seems confident as fuck.
No.45813
Anonymous
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>>45812
well Directors that know what they are doing is a help. Solid pedigree and build to this. And most of all it's fun to watch.
No.45814
Anonymous
>>45812
Well, Civil War may have been the worse of the two comic book storylines to take inspiration from, but all the interviews from people involved in Civil War were reassuring, whereas the comments Snyder was making, the information we'd been hearing, and half of the trailers they'd been releasing about the film were setting off alarm bells long before it came out.
No.45815
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>45813

>fun to watch

[DC überfanboy] SO YOU CAN’T HANDLE SERIOUS SUPERHERO FILMS YOU JUST WANT STUFF THAT’S FOR KIDS ASDJGAHGDSJSGHSDJHFDGHDF [/DC überfanboy] Yes I realize it’s a shitty strawman; please don’t take my stupid bullshit seriously.
No.45816
Anonymous
I'm just glad that so many people seem to love Black Panther, sort of like how well people received Wonder Woman. It's good to hear that audiences are so receptive to their main stars despite not being part of the "White Male Lead" demographic execs are convinced a movie must have to succeed, not to mention all this built-in hype bodes well for their solo films.

Plus i just really dig Black Panther as a character (when he's got good writers). The new solo series for him is pretty good so far.
No.45817
Anonymous
Replies:>>45818
From what I'm hearing Civil War follows a lot of similar plot elements as Batman v Superman, but it handles most of them a lot better. Wonder what it bodes for Capsus Chrimerica.
No.45818
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>45817

>Capsus Chrimerica

...what?
No.45819
Anonymous
https://twitter.com/SidizenKane/status/718776665376096256

Good point. BvS and Man of Steel aren't bad because they're serious and lack jokes, they're bad because they're too full up their own asses and don't get audiences invested in the conflict either.
No.45820
Anonymous
Seems like people really like Holland's Spider-Man even though he's not involved in the plot very much. Not sure if that's a good thing (that Holland is that superb) or a bad one (that he stands out because the main conflict isn't that interesting).
No.45831
Anonymous
Replies:>>45832
http://deadline.com/2016/04/tessa-thompson-joins-the-marvel-universe-thor-ragnarok-1201735551/
Interesting. Wonder who she'll be playing. Also I guess it means Portman really is calling it quits with these films. Don't blame her after the whole Patty Jenkins drama.
No.45832
Anonymous
>>45831
Running through Thor love interests in my head, all I can think of is maybe Amora or maybe a really altered Tana Nile?

Also, boourns to not committing to Thor/Sif.
No.45833
Anonymous
Replies:>>45835
It's too bad, especially since I like Thor/Sif in the comics, but Sif was never really that well-established as a character in her own right, let alone a love interest to Thor. I'm hoping she does continue showing up elsewhere in the MCU after the Thor trilogy is over, but it has one of the more expendable casts out of all the sub-franchises.
No.45835
Anonymous
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>>45833
Yeah, the Thor movies have really screwed the pooch on characterization for Thor's Asgardian buddies.
No.45836
Anonymous
>>45835
Especially the second film. Mediocre as fuck, but having read an article on its fucked-up development it's kind of amazing how they managed to salvage enough of it to make it even coherent at the last minute.
No.45837
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Marvel gets Strange: //youtube.com/watch?v=wwcSki7r9cQyoutube thumb
No.45838
Anonymous
>>45837
Disappointed Strange isn't British in this continuity, but glad to see they followed through on the promise of trippy visuals.
No.45839
Anonymous
Replies:>>45898
>>45837
>Tilda Swinton is dressed up to look Asian
I thought the reason they cast her was to avoid the whole Asian stereotyping problem. This is starting to feel like Cloud Atlas again.
No.45840
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
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Ha Ha! Double meaning.
No.45841
Anonymous
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>>45840
Logo's a lot plainer than I was expecting.
No.45842
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>45841

Honestly, after years of that one font style for Spider-Man movie logos, I'm all for the change.
No.45843
Anonymous
As expected, a lot of people are complaining online about "whitewashing" with Tilda Swinton's character, but Chiwetel Ejiofor playing a Romanian guy gets a pass.
No.45844
Anonymous
>>45843
Sure, why not. Same thing with the Thor movies and Idris Elba.
No.45846
Anonymous
>>45843
Actually I am hearing complaints about Ejiofor, but more in the line of various scattered complaints about how they made a black guy play a villain character therefore Marvel Studios has an anti-black agenda.
No.45848
Anonymous
Replies:>>45849
First batch of official reviews are out for Civil War, and unsurprisingly a lot of them are saying it's basically a better Batman v Superman. DC really needs to do something about that Snyder problem.
No.45849
Anonymous
>>45848
I get the feeling it'd review worse if BvS hadn't just come out.
No.45850
Anonymous
>>45849
Maybe. It being the most absolute dreary mashup of film ideas and heroes helped contrast the two for sure.
No.45853
Anonymous
>>45849
Maybe, but there's also AoU to contrast it to.
No.45862
Anonymous
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First official look at Zemo. Meh.
Hearing a lot of criticism of how he's underutilized like other Marvel villains, but given the circumstances of this film I can forgive it in this instance, since Iron Man is more of the primary "villain" while Zemo might go on to form the Thunderbolts later
No.45864
Anonymous
As long as Zemo doesn't die (I am looking at you, AoU, still not forgiving you for killing Von Strucker so cheaply), I am willing to give the movie a pass from underutilizing him, as it was already clear to me that he would be very peripheral to the plot.
No.45866
Anonymous
>>45864
Good news I guess. Some reviews let slip that he lives through the film, possibly to do more in the future. He has a very Luthor-like role here, but benefits from having an actor who isn't as scene-ruiningly inappropriate
I'm guessing a lot of the naysayers don't know what the character is like in the comics.
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Anonymous
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Ukraine seems to have better movie posters than anywhere else
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Anonymous
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Anonymous
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T4 was here
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>>45864
>killing Von Strucker
Oh just slab the Satan's claw on the corpse, drain the life force from some mook and we are good to go.
Or they can finally give Madame Hyrdra some time in the sun.
No.45892
Anonymous
>>45887
For the MCU to properly revive a character who actually was confirmed to have died, rather than bringing back a character whose "death" was ambiguous would open a Pandora's box that's not really worth it and destroy any ability to generate tension in future movies, similar to what happened with Superman at the end of BvS.
Some people will bring up Coulson but it's a little different since it happened in a continuity that's basically separate from the films, and the nature of his revival was incorporated into a season-long storyline that makes it hard to repeat.
No.45893
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
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>>45892

Did Coulson even appear at all in a Phase Two film?
No.45894
T4 was here
>>45892
Maybe but being alive do to magic glove is Baron Von Struckers whole gimmick next to being a fucking nazi.

Or Red Skull could come back with the real cosmic cube and use it to bring back all of Hydra in one good.
Would make for a great oh shit moment.
No.45895
Anonymous
>>45893
...Exactly.
No.45896
Anonymous
https://www.instagram.com/p/BESfJFfR2HZ/

>pomin8r#Nebula & #Mantis rocking #Nirvana in Atlanta ( hey @jamesgunn !) #karengillan #pomklementieff #GotGVol2
No.45898
Anonymous
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>>45839
I heard the real reason they used Tilda Swinton is because they don't want to anger the Chinese government by setting it in Tibet If that's the case though they fucked up because now even the Chinese are probably going to get pissed.
No.45899
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
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>>45898

That whole situation was a Sophie’s Choice. Marvel was never going to please everybody.
No.45900
Anonymous
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>>45899
True, but it seems like the particular path they took will maximize the amount of people who will be upset.
No.45901
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
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>>45900

At least they’re not the studio behind the live-action Ghost in the Shell movie. Yikes.
No.45902
Anonymous
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>>45901

Making her a digital Asian last I heard.
No.45903
rasputin_zero !!e9Z+3lbULwW
>>45902
That plan was thankfully nixed, but the rest of it is still pretty outrageous.

When this brouhaha erupted I was rolling my eyes at everyone who assumed Scarlett Johanssen would be playing a Japanese character, in a story set in Japan, surrounded by other Japanese people played by whites. Now I'm not sure who's the bigger idiot, the studio for doing exactly that or myself for expecting anything different.
No.45904
Anonymous
>>45903
Major using an import model while her other body participating in lesbian orgy? Sounds like a good way to write that out.
No.45906
Anonymous
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>>45903
You know I woulda been fine if they were doing a setting transplant like The Departed or The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. But this is really stupid. Still don't know why people keep hammering Benedict Cumberbatch like crazy for being a racist because he's playing Khan and Doctor Strange instead of stepping aside for POC actors yet nobody ever gives Scarlett Johanssen the same amount of flack for doing the same thing except even worse this time around because of the yellow-washing thing.
No.45909
Anonymous
>>45906
>The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
...That was still set in Sweden.
No.45912
Anonymous
Replies:>>45913
https://weminoredinfilm.com/2016/04/19/jon-favreau-joss-whedon-are-gravitating-back-toward-the-marvel-cinematic-universe/
Huh well that's interesting. Though I'm pretty sure money was the reason they had Whedon on for Avengers, I already had a feeling Favreau's relationship with them couldn't have been that bad if he was still willing to play Tony's bodyguard in Iron Man 3.
No.45913
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Replies:>>45914
>>45912

Put Whedon on the TV side of things and he’ll be fine.
No.45914
Anonymous
>>45913
Think he could find something for Nathan Fillion and some others from Castle as that series winds down. Heck you've got multiple series going on to their last abbreviated seasons that could open up some new Netflix Marvel spots.

Maybe even some of those Star Wars series ideas that have been kicking around, have him be not Han Solo... again.

Could easy have enough to make a Star Wars Bounty Hunters show.

Really

Blacklist
Person of Interest
Grimm
Castle
Bones (David Boreanaz also being one of Whedon's likely choices for new series with him to soon be unattached)
Sleepy Hollow

Michael Weatherly leaving NCIS could easy play a smarmy bounty hunter gambler. (Since the poor bastard is likely typecast no matter what he wants to do)

Likely forgotten a few in this years deluge.

Networks are clearing house on the action/crime dramas save for CBS and their NCIS franchise and the Police Procedurals. Always worth looking to snap some of those up. Plenty have that wit that Whedon is partial to (which I don't think is a bad thing and can work well in situations).
No.45916
Anonymous
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So Hideo Kojima seemed to like the new Cap film quite a lot.
No.45917
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Replies:>>45918
>>45916

Kojima actually watches movies?

...that aren’t twenty hours long?
No.45918
Anonymous
>>45917
70% of him is made of movies. He relies on them for sustenance.
No.45919
Anonymous
Replies:>>45920
>>45916
Well yeah, the last movie was basically the plot of the second and fourth games and the Winter Soldier is a walking amalgamation of the MGS cast.
No.45920
Anonymous
Replies:>>45941
>>45919
I could go for some Captain America movies being not Metal Gear and Bucky being not Snake. Oohh, maybe have US Agent as a brainwashed Steve to be Not Big Boss during the 70s.
No.45941
Anonymous
>>45920
Cap is more of a Solid Snake. Bucky is more like Gray Fox with some Raiden, Venom Snake, and I guess even Quiet bits thrown in. We need an Ocelot though.
No.45942
Anonymous
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US Agent as Punished Snake

Yea, that could work.
No.45943
Anonymous
Replies:>>45945
>>45942
http://whatculture.com/film-tv/captain-america-3-wasnt-always-going-to-be-civil-war
It could've legitimately been their plan at first. I'd be OK with this as a fourth movie though.
No.45944
Anonymous
>>45942
That version of US Agente = Kaz Miller
No.45945
Anonymous
>>45943
Straight up new team of Avengers lead by brainwashed Captain America believing he's Steve Rogers.
No.45946
Anonymous
Replies:>>45947
Interesting thoughts from the Doctor Strange writer...
//youtube.com/watch?v=eEpbUf8dGq0youtube thumb
No.45947
Anonymous
>>45946

Damn I miss Spill.com

So delightfully brutal to bad movies.
No.45955
Anonymous
Rumor is that the Inhumans movie is getting canceled, or at least having a moratorium placed on it as a super low-priority project. The official reason is so it doesn't clash with the upcoming Indiana Jones sequel, but the other rumors are that the only reason it was put on the slate was because Feige needed it to get Black Panther and Captain Marvel greenlit since Perlmutter has been pushing the Inhumans hard on the comic side of things, and now that he's no longer working with him he's no longer as obligated to make it happen.

Granted a lot of this information is coming from Rich Johnston who's known for his incredibly shoddy reporting, but it would make sense given the other rumors about them, and if it was the case I actually wouldn't mind.
No.45956
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
On the Fox side of things, a new X-Men: Apocalypse trailer supposedly drops tomorrow—and this one is supposed to have a big mutant reveal (in other words, it's going to feature Wolverine in there somewhere).
No.45957
Anonymous
Or X-23, if they want to milk the franchise after Singer's gone and Jackman retires.
No.45967
T4 was here
Replies:>>45968
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And here is the Hawkeye we will never see in anything out side of jokes.
No.45968
Anonymous
>>45967
It's him and Black Widow. Really not much to pull from with the comics .
No.45975
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
//youtube.com/watch?v=Jer8XjMrUB4youtube thumb

Wolverine confirmed for Apocalypse.
No.45977
Anonymous
I wonder how many parts of the one person were surprised by that.
No.45978
Anonymous
Replies:>>45981
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In other reveal related news

http://comicbook.com/marvel/2016/04/25/nathan-fillion-is-spoiler-in-guardians-of-the-galaxy-vol-2/

Wonder if they are going to pair him off with Wanda or make something new.

Also I want some spoof trailers of these films he's been in.

And the reason he's in space is an allusion to some Space Media Mojo Mogul snapping him up for ratings... if they can't reference him directly.
No.45981
Anonymous
Replies:>>45982
>>45978
Oh shit. Thought he'd never show up in the MCU. Wonder if we'll see a six-armed alien chick in a warrior helmet at some point too.
No.45982
Anonymous
>>45981

X-men as a whole is a rats nest of who owns what. So hopefully its like Scarlett Witch and Quicksliver made X-men Mutants inclusions as an afterthought so he can be used.
No.45993
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
SOMEONE LEAKED THE AIRPORT BATTLE

HOLY SHIT IT'S AMAZING
No.45995
Anonymous
>>45993
Too right, everything about it is fantastic.
No.45996
Anonymous
Replies:>>45997
>>45993
Already?
No.45997
Anonymous
>>45996
Yeah, it was filmed on a phone, the movie is out in some places.
No.45998
Anonymous
Replies:>>45999
If you didn't already love Ant-Man you'll definitely love him in this one.
No.45999
Anonymous
Replies:>>46000
>>45998
Well my biggest problem with ant man were the retarded multi ethnic cronies/side kicks, so as long add they aren't in the movie, yeah, I'll probably like him.
No.46000
Anonymous
>>45999
Russian guy and TI were pretty annoying, but come on, Luis was the fucking best.
No.46004
rasputin_zero !!e9Z+3lbULwW
Two years ago I was kicking myself for not keeping up with Agents of Shield when it segued beautifully with The Winter Soldier, but right now I've got three seasons-worth of content to catch up on across three different Marvel properties, and I physically have neither the time nor the resources to do so before Civil War enters cinemas in the UK.

You ever get to that stage where catching up even on media you enjoy starts feeling like "homework"?
No.46005
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>46004

This is why I stopped worrying so much about watching the latest anime that comes out every season. Too much time to blow on not enough quality material.
No.46006
Anonymous
>>46004
Apparently it's basically gone its own totally separate direction now with all the Inhumans and stuff. Just watch the episodes that have to do with Age of Ultron or so.
No.46007
Anonymous
Replies:>>46015
>>46004
You're not going to be missing anything with SHIELD.
The Age of Ultron tie in was them saying "We're working on a thing" for a half season that turned out to be the Helicarrier.

The Helicarrier stopped existing after Age of Ultron. Because Agents of SHIELD had by then turned into Inhumans of INHUMAN.
No.46008
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Replies:>>46009
Now this is comedy:

https://twitter.com/abbiewastaken/status/725964202310012928
No.46009
Anonymous
Replies:>>46016
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>>46008
Time for comedy?
//youtube.com/watch?v=NTvBQE6cvVgyoutube thumb
No.46011
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Everyone who didn’t see this coming, raise your hands.

http://www.ew.com/article/2016/04/29/punisher-marvel-netflix
No.46014
Anonymous
>>46013
Some moments of clever video editing, but for the most part is unfunny LOLSORANDUM.
No.46015
rasputin_zero !!e9Z+3lbULwW
Replies:>>46017
>>46007
>The Age of Ultron tie in was them saying "We're working on a thing" for a half season that turned out to be the Helicarrier.
I kept up with the second season and...yeah, that was what put me off catching up with the third season for movie tie-in purposes. It's not a bad show by any means, it's just that there's so much better Marvel stuff I want to watch first (I definitely want to watch Jessica Jones...and I just remembered that I haven't seen the second season of Agent Carter yet, so that's four seasons-worth of content to catch up on).
No.46016
Anonymous
>>46009
Is he playing a DC fanboy or is that actually (a highly hyperbolic version of) his opinion?
No.46017
Anonymous
>>46015
I've heard really mixed things about the second season of Agent Carter though (also that it ends on a cliffhanger).
No.46018
Anonymous
Replies:>>46019
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>>46016
He really is just a big ol' "DCfag" who made that video awhile back, and its hilarious how wrong he was about everything.
No.46019
Anonymous
Replies:>>46021
>>46018
>>46016
The guy didn't like BvS (he gave it a "cee-minus"), so I doubt he is playing some sort of fanboy angle, he probably really did think back then that BvS was going to murder Civil War.
No.46021
Anonymous
Replies:>>46022
>>46019
Lot of people did. I mean Batman and Superman in the same movie. How could it be bad? Yea.
No.46022
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Replies:>>46026
>>46021

Yeah, for all of Marvel’s success, Iron Man and Captain America still aren’t on the same level in terms of mainstream pop culture awareness as Batman and Superman. Lots of people thought the “brand recognition” of BvS alone would propel it to higher box office numbers than it actually did. (Even I thought it would do better than it did based only on its being, well, BvS.)
No.46024
Anonymous
I'd encountered a study that put the superman shield on par with the Christian cross.
I could believe it. It's certainly more recognizable than some religious symbols.
No.46026
Anonymous
>>46022
But this is where things differed. DC/WB going on existing Brand Recognition but going against the character perceptions. Disney acknowledged that some of their Marvel game wasn't as strong and have worked to build that up putting Cap on to level Supes should be as a moral authority for inner world actions.

Superman should have been the DC Cap as odd as that sounds now. No just a brooding psychological distressed Super Being.
No.46034
Anonymous
http://www.forbes.com/sites/scottmendelson/2016/05/01/box-office-captain-america-civil-war-nabs-avengers-sized-200-2m-overseas-debut/#119cf0b93be8
>Disney estimates the opening on Cap 3 is 5% below Ultron; 26% ahead of Iron Man 3 and The Avengers; and +157% ahead of Captain America: The Winter Soldier when comparing the same suite of territories and all at today’s exchange rates. Ultron went on to be the biggest superhero movie of all time internationally with $946M ($893M at current rates).
>The top overseas plays for Steve Rogers vs Tony Stark this frame were Korea ($28.9M), Mexico ($20.6M), the UK ($20.5M), Brazil ($12.3M) and Australia ($10.9M).
>The Anthony- and Joe-Russo helmed pic also delivered $9.6M on 205 overseas IMAX screens. The $47K per screen average is nearly double that of Captain America: Winter Soldier.

Well damn, that was fast.
No.46049
Anonymous
Replies:>>46056
Finally watched it.

You know, Zemo was quite different from the comics, but I must admit that I thoroughly liked this version of the character. Gotta love that he is just one guy with no superpowers, no evil empire, no secret organization, and yet he's managed to hurt the Avengers in ways that no other villain has.
No.46052
Anonymous
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No.46056
Anonymous
Replies:>>46057
>>46049
Waitaminute, the movie hasn't opened in the US yet? Damn, good thing I didn't mention anything spoilery, should have checked first.
No.46057
Anonymous
Replies:>>46058
>>46056
Yeah it opened early by over a week in most of Asia and Europe.
No.46058
Anonymous
Replies:>>46059
>>46057
Here in south america too.

I must say, compared to BvS the theater reacted much, MUCH better to Civil War.
No.46059
Anonymous
Replies:>>46060
>>46058
What did you think of Black Panther and Spider-Man? Did they do a good job of making Tony and Cap's sides feel balanced out, or give their allies a good motivation for the sides they took? How was Sharon? I heard she got the short end of the stick in terms of characterization and romantic buildup.
No.46060
Anonymous
Replies:>>46063
>>46059
> Black Panther
He is a charming, suave, and noble. Pretty damn perfect, IMO. Plus, he gets his badass female bodyguards, wasn't expecting them to appear.

> Spider-Man
He is a veritable fountain of quips and battle banter, and even gets called out for it by the Falcon! I loved the guy, and the people at the theater laughed at everything he said. Plus, I got the impression that he was more physically powerful than the other two live action Spideys, which is a good thing.

> Did they do a good job of making Tony and Cap's sides feel balanced out
I'd say yes. It helps that the Sokovia Accords are nowhere near as aggresive as the SHRA. Cap actually was this close to signing in, and without Zemo things wouldn't have gotten anywhere as bad as they did in the movie.

> How was Sharon?
She helps Cap a LOT. Remember that "you plant yourself like a tree" speech in the comics? She actually says it, which imbues Cap with newfound resolve. That scene involves some pretty spoilery stuff, so I am just going to mention that involved a very emotional moment for Cap. Her characterization was good IMO, but the romantic buildup depends heavily in the fact that it was implied that Cap had a thing for that cute neighbor that ended up being a SHIELD agent, otherwise it comes up out of nowhere.

Oh, and she is involved in one of my favorite funny moments in the film. Bucky was SO proud of his pal!
No.46061
Anonymous
Replies:>>46062
So Infinity War Part 1 and 2 are going to get new names to make it clear they're not two halves of the same story but two separate ones. Thinking one of them might get changed to Infinity Gauntlet which is the actual storyline it's referencing.
No.46062
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>46061

Naw, Part 1 will become Thanos: The Hand of Fate.

…fuck you, that’s funny.
No.46063
Anonymous
>>46060
Good to know, though as one of the people who didn't buy Cap's interest in Sharon I'm disappointed they didn't do so hot with the romance. The impression I got was he really didn't appreciate her lying to him about herself, and nobody important was there to see how she stuck her neck out for him and saved the guy in the SHIELD HQ, so she'd have to prove herself in front of him before things would move forward for them.
No.46064
Anonymous
Replies:>>46066
I didn't like it that much but. I seem to be in the minority. So I'll shut up.
No.46066
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Replies:>>46074
>>46064

If you didn’t like it, articulate why. So long as it’s not a reason completely reliant on tangible details, you’ll at least get a fair shake from me.
No.46067
Anonymous
Gotta say it, Whedon has no excuse for the mess Age of Ultron was. The Russo bros had to juggle with even more characters, their story was more complex, and even had to deal with a forced plug to another movie (and I don't recall them ever whining about it!), and yet Civil War flows much better.
No.46068
Anonymous
>>46067
Whedon is a hack.
No.46069
Anonymous
>>46067
They got rid of Bendis/Millar and the rest of the Bad Writer Committee for Civil War.
No.46073
Anonymous
http://www.comicbookmovie.com/avengers/marvel-studios-very-nearly-sold-the-film-rights-to-captain-america-and-a141334
>Sony Thor
>WB Captain America
Nolancap might've been OK maybe. But Snyder can fuck right off.
No.46074
Anonymous
>>46066
The tone was all over the place and it was never really consistent. The Big Battle was a bunch of jokes and quips and the whole thing felt like a comedy routine. The movie carries on as a sequel to two different movies and it just feels tiring.

I dunno, I never seem to get it right with my movie judgements. I didn't like Iron Man 3 either and everyone loved it, for example. I do hear some people had the same problems I had which at least feels nice so you might feel the same way but.
I won't bet on it.

I wanted to put my feelings out there, but if you enjoyed it and disagree - hey, I envy you.
No.46075
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>46074

>I didn't like Iron Man 3 either and everyone loved it

Wait, what? I don't really recall a lot of love for IM3.
No.46076
Anonymous
>>46075
Ironman 3 is a love/hate deal, the most polarizing of the MCU films.
No.46077
Anonymous
>>46074
>The Big Battle was a bunch of jokes and quips and the whole thing felt like a comedy routine.

With one exception (Panther and Bucky), everybody involved in the battle is NOT fighting to destroy the other team, and almost all of them know each other personally, if not are outright friends. Even newcomers like Peter or Lang have deep admiration for people on the other side of the confontation, and were clearly having the time of their lives. If there is one superhero battle where a friendly and jovial atmosphere is justified, that's it.
No.46078
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>46077

And Spider-Man is a big snarker in the comics, so his being a motormouth during the fight makes sense. (Lang is the only other "comedy" character in the fight, so his being the yin to Spidey's yang in that way also makes sense.)
No.46079
Anonymous
>>46077
Of course. I get it. I didn't like it cos I'm a big fuckin' baby.
Enjoy, you guys.
No.46080
Anonymous
>>46075
I sure LOVE the theme, though~
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No.46083
Anonymous
Replies:>>46084
I enjoyed the film, but for some reason I really disliked the filming of action scenes compared to the other Avengers movies. The camera constantly moving in the early fights (opening action beat and the Bucky chase) made everything very hard to focus on, blurry, and I actually felt a little motion sick at points. Maybe I'm the only one? During the later large fight the camera was pulled back far enough that everything was fine.
No.46084
Anonymous
Replies:>>46085
>>46083
Nah that's a reasonably common complaint among normal people. Too many cuts, this was a bit of a problem in the last movie too but it thankfully evens out as the film goes on. Apparently the Russos got the John Wick guys on board to help.
No.46085
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Replies:>>46091
>>46084

Off-topic: GOD, it was great to see coherent action scenes in a Western action movie again. Bless you, based John Wick crew.
No.46089
Anonymous
A lot of the action scenes with the quick cuts and the shakycam were with the Black Widow, I do wonder if they had problems with her stunt double.
No.46090
Anonymous
Just saw it. Was great and I want to see Black Panther's solo movie even more now because of it.
No.46091
Anonymous
>>46085
Well... shakycam as a trend has been... actually kinda disappearing lately if you've followed action stuff these last few years.
No.46092
Anonymous
Replies:>>46094
So apparently a lot of Black Panther's lines in this movie (which were great btw) were written by Ryan Coogler himself, who will be doing partial writing duty for the solo film. And since the Captain America trilogy shows the importance of a good script above even questionable directing, I'm double hyped.
No.46093
Anonymous
Replies:>>46095
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No.46094
Jumpman
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>>46092
That's great to hear. Black Panther was perfect in Civil War.
No.46095
Anonymous
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>>46093

STOP BULLYING TONY!
No.46097
Jumpman
>“We wanted [audiences to choose a side, but we didn’t want anyone to be right or wrong,” said co-writer Christopher Markus. “The appeal of it is no one is clearly on the side of righteousness. There’s a good argument to be made [with Iron Man] and there’s a good argument to be made [with Captain America].”

http://io9.gizmodo.com/civil-wars-writers-and-directors-explain-why-you-should-1775317717
No.46098
Anonymous
Replies:>>46102
There's actually only one good side, and that's Tony. The villain exists to artificially give Cap's side credibility.
No.46099
Anonymous
Replies:>>46100
I guess this is the right thread for it too. Reviews are starting to come out for X-Men Apocalypse and they're all... pretty mixed. Oh well. Not really that surprised since the trailers didn't impress me very much, but hopefully the spinoff movies do better, because fuck Deadpool was awesome.
No.46100
Jumpman
Replies:>>46101
>>46099
The X-Men movie series is over a decade old and not only has to fight its own fatigue, but compete with the current oversaturated superhero market as well. And while Bryan Singer can do great, as evidence by Days of Future Past, he's also capable of churning out a Superman Returns. For the next movie - set for the 90s era - it really needs a fresh face behind the camera, because Singer has done everything he can with the franchise.

I wouldn't mind a return of Matthew Vaughn, if he can pull himself away from a non-Mark Millar movie.
No.46101
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>46100

The X-Men film franchise has eight films to its name (yes I'm counting the Wolverine films; no I'm not counting Deadpool). Of the seven released so far, two of them have been great (X2, DoFP), one has been good (X-Men), and the rest have been anywhere from mediocre to crap. Early buzz on Apocalypse puts it somewhere on the high end of “mediocre”. That really isn’t a good track record for a tentpole franchise. After Apocalypse and Wolverine 3, Fox might want to see about maybe transitioning the franchise to TV/Netflix, because as a film franchise, it’s not doing so well.
No.46102
Anonymous
Replies:>>46103
>>46098
>There is only one good side.
Says supporters on both sides.
No.46103
Anonymous
>>46102
Yeah? So Cap supporters are wrong, simple enough.
No.46104
Anonymous
>>46103
No, thats the thing. That is exactly what people are saying about Tony, as well. Tony supporters are wrong, simple enough. Handing control of the avengers over to a 177 government council? Each with their own agendas and benefits to being selective?

Plus, it being the fuckin UN, where every motion takes a month?

You see where I'm going with this?
Taking a step back and seeing the whole thing with a little self awareness now?
No.46105
Anonymous
>>46103
Cap had a distinct point regarding people with agendas, or are we just going to forget that the guy in charge has such a hate on for the hulk that he created the abomination?
No.46106
Anonymous
Replies:>>46108
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Well. Wonder if that means anything.
No.46107
Anonymous
Replies:>>46119
>>46104
I understand that you think you have a valid point yes.
No.46108
Anonymous
>>46106
Sebastian Stan also fell off a motorbike face first and went to the same doctor?
No.46109
Anonymous
Replies:>>46110
>>46104

If you actually listened to Tony's position his opinion was that this was an option they could control, "add amendments" to later, and was more of a token gesture of good faith to the governments to rebuild trust.
No.46110
Anonymous
Replies:>>46111
>>46109
nah man don't you know that all that ever matters is EXPEDIENCY
No.46111
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>46110

It's a problem that’s far older than Civil War or BvS, and it doesn’t have an easy solution.
No.46113
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Replies:>>46116
http://birthmoviesdeath.com/2016/05/10/spider-mans-central-role-in-captain-america-civil-war

This is a Good Read™.
No.46114
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
//youtube.com/watch?v=_qIRtFE6aIcyoutube thumb

And this is a Good Watch™.
No.46115
Anonymous
>>46104
>Handing control of the avengers over to a 177 government council?


The Avengers at any given moment have enough firepower to defy the combined NATO militaries. Hell, not even talking about their top powerhouses, given enough prep-time Tony alone could solo the entire US armed forces. They are more or less a superpower geopolitically speaking, one that doesn't even have a border and operates freely on a global scale, all in the hands of a handful of individuals.

I am asking you, if that happened in our world, would you be perfectly OK with it?

>but they are good guys!

Yes, I know they are. You know. We all know. Good, morally sound, and incorruptible. Thing is, within context, the people in the MCU earth do not know this for sure, they do not possess our god's view. Cap's argument is that the UN "is run by people with agendas and agendas change", which is indeed true, but (again, within context) couldn't the same be said of the Avengers?

These are interesting questions, and I actually wish the whole Sokovia Accords plot was more central to the film, because it made the pro-reg side at least reasonable instead of making everybody involved a supervillain like they did in the comics.
No.46116
Anonymous
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>>46113
Extraneous or not the Aunt May dialogue was pretty damn funny.
No.46119
Anonymous
>>46107
Its

its not that i think I have a valid point.

Its that a case can be made for either side.
No.46124
T4 was here
So with Hawkeye on the run do you dudes think they are going to give him his comic costume now?
No.46126
Anonymous
>>46124
Classic suit or just more purple and shades?
No.46127
Jumpman
>>46124
No. I also doubt Baron Zemo will get his costume.
No.46136
Anonymous
>>46127
At least its not like a dark purple (fur lined) jacket and balaclava is an impossible thing to put him in without it being an explicit costume.
No.46137
T4 was here
Classic.
Well if he goes underground as a cirkus preformer...
What, that could totally happen.
No.46138
Anonymous
>>46127
I was hoping he'd wear a purple balaclava and a fur coat during the bit in Siberia as a nod even if it's not a permanent thing.
No.46141
Anonymous
I could see Zemo returning with a costume, as the Citizen V. If the Avengers go missing after the events of the Infinity War, I could see Thunderbolts being an immediate follow up.
No.46152
Jumpman
Replies:>>46153
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The death of Disney Infinity brings insight on the popularity of Marvel characters.

http://kotaku.com/sources-the-ambitious-now-cancelled-plans-for-disney-1776370484
No.46153
Anonymous
Replies:>>46154
>>46152
Well its talking about a very minor character toy peripheral being sold to children, of course they would not be receptive to him?

Also this goddamn Amiibo-type crap is such a ripoff gimmick.
No.46154
Anonymous
Replies:>>46156
>>46153
They're toys. They have chips that allow you to put them in a game. Its... exactly what it says on the tin. Not exactly like they're duping people into something.
No.46156
Anonymous
Replies:>>46158
>>46154
It's overpriced collect-em-all bullshit.
No.46158
Anonymous
Replies:>>46159
>>46156
in a field already glutted with the stuff. Lego, Skylanders, that other interactive collection thing Disney Marvel put out that was wiped out before this one. Just too many for any one to actually have a strong connection.
No.46159
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>46158

Except for Amiibos. Those fuckers sell like damn.
No.46163
Anonymous
Aww, Agent Carter got canceled. Second season wasn't as good as the first but still did they have to leave it on a cliffhanger?
No.46164
Anonymous
Replies:>>46165
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/black-panther-michael-b-jordan-893845
Another nail in Fant4stic 2's coffin.
No.46165
Anonymous
>>46164
It's not the first time Marvel's poached the Human Torch from Fox.
No.46166
Anonymous
Wonder who Michael B Jordan will play.
No.46167
Anonymous
Replies:>>46175
>>46166
Kasper Cole maybe?
No.46175
Anonymous
>>46167
That would be neat. Maybe use some of Priest storyline.
No.46176
Anonymous
Replies:>>46177
Finally saw it. I am blown away that they put out a film in which CAPTAIN FUCKING AMERICA fights against democracy.
No.46177
Anonymous
Replies:>>46178
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>>46176
Do you know anything about Captain America?

Its also sort of been a running theme of the previous movies in the canon too, with the control organisations being corrupt or stupid or infiltrated by nazis are every turn, makes it pretty logical that Cap would be wary of handing the reigns over to them especially when he sees them doing shady shit that is clearly Not Freedom.
No.46178
Anonymous
>>46177
Zemo was an artificial device to make Tony's side look weaker by having that specific case be an orchestration rather than actual tackling Tony's completely logical point.
No.46179
Anonymous
>>46178
His side was already weakened as far as Cap was concerned seeing that corruption went down into the core of places he trusted.
No.46180
Anonymous
>>46178
Tony was just overreacting like he always does when he feels guilty to try and assuage it, as seen in previous MCU movies.

And even he doesn't uphold the spirit of the accords due to truly thinking they are the right thing to do, dropping and picking it up as convenient.
No.46181
Jumpman
Replies:>>46199
http://www.geek.com/news/the-biggest-plot-hole-in-captain-america-civil-war-happened-because-marvel-loves-china-1654617/

Didn't realize Tony's phone was real.
No.46186
Anonymous
>>46178
The previous movie gave Cap a very good reason to be distrustful of the accords, considering the very organization he trusted as oversight ended up trying to make him Public Enemy No. 1 and turned his brother a tortured slave zombie for 70 years.
No.46199
T4 was here
>>46181
I love how much deserved hate he is getting for that bullshit titel.
No.46206
Anonymous
Replies:>>46207
https://comicbook.com/marvel/2016/05/18/blade-ghost-rider-and-moon-knight-rumored-for-netflix-series/

Streets of Marvel. I'm game.
No.46207
Anonymous
Replies:>>46209
>>46206
Wonder how they're going to deal with all the supernatural shit in Ghost Rider, since it seems like a VFX intensive kind of show.
No.46209
Anonymous
Replies:>>46210
>>46207
Turn it into demonic posession, tie it into the glowy eyed ninja things from DDs2. You just need a solid makeup budget.
No.46210
Anonymous
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>>46209
Go with a Helmet and Flames design like the did with Robbie
No.46212
Anonymous
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Would they go into the Origin Story for Moon Knight or just be straight into already doing Moony stuff.

Also will we get Darkhawk at some point?

That show would be absurdly Kamen Rider style.

Fighting against Aliens in Similar Power Suits and stuff.

Bring in some veterans to get a feel for that kinda action.
No.46213
T4 was here
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I like the flaming skull look...
Even in the movies...
No.46216
Anonymous
>>46213
The Rider looked pretty fine in the movies.
No.46217
Anonymous
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Bromance
No.46220
Anonymous
Replies:>>46221
>>46217
T'challa just has Steve and Bucky hanging out back at the capital in Black Panther.
No.46221
Anonymous
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>>46220
My wish for Cap's next appearance.
No.46222
Anonymous
>Jeff Goldblum in the new Thor
What
No.46223
T4 was here
>>46221
Same.
No.46225
Anonymous
>>46221

use those Stun Disks that were basically mini shields.
No.46229
Anonymous
Replies:>>46230
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>>46217
This movie sure is pumping out its share of memes.
No.46230
Anonymous
>>46229

Those two being on the edge cops in Wakanda and T'challa being the overwrought cheif that keeps chewing them out.

Cap being the Awesome Supercop they admire and get a bit tittery over when he stops by and goes "Hey, keep up the good work."
No.46236
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
http://birthmoviesdeath.com/2016/05/24/civil-war-spider-man-2-and-the-dangers-of-assumed-empathy

Awwwwwwwwww shit, Film Crit HULK went off on Civil War.
No.46237
Anonymous
>>46236

Its why I think Netflix series work well. More story.
No.46239
Anonymous
Replies:>>46240
>>46236
This is terrible, and what is his obsession with Spiderman 2?
No.46240
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Replies:>>46246
>>46239

Maybe it has something to do with it being a great film.
No.46245
Anonymous
>>46236
Man, I just cannot like that guy's opinions. No matter how much I try.
No.46246
Anonymous
>>46240

The one with Doc Ock is considered a "great film"? I mean... it's cheesy, campy fun I guess, about as subtle as a cement truck with some of its characters, but I don't know how anyone could justify calling it a "great film"...
No.46247
Anonymous
>>46246
Since when is "great film" all self serious awards season schmaltz? Some schlocky stuff by Sam Raimi can be great.
No.46248
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>46246

Okay, great superhero film. But I stand by that—and by the opinion that the train fight/sequence is the best superhero setpiece ever put to film.
No.46250
T4 was here
Replies:>>46251
>>46246
Speaking of Spidy bad guys I'm so glad about this http://deadline.com/2016/05/jeff-goldblum-karl-urban-thor-ragnorak-michael-keaton-spider-man-homecoming-1201760365/

With the Falcons wingsuit already established it makes so much sense!
No.46251
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Replies:>>46252
>>46250

>Falcon’s wingsuit becomes the basis for Vulture’s wingsuit

…shit that’s actually a great idea.
No.46252
Anonymous
Replies:>>46253
>>46251
It is, but rumored leaks indicate it's actually based on Chitauri tech which could be just as cool.
http://www.joblo.com/movie-news/exclusive-scoop-the-villains-and-costume-of-spider-man-homecoming-204
No.46253
Anonymous
Replies:>>46254
>>46252
Well, Falcon was introduced after Avengers. I'd still buy that.
Or could be like in Chappie where Birdman lost the bid to develop the systems to the army and he's all bitter about it.
No.46254
Anonymous
>>46253
His levitation unit was loaded with a strength enhancing suit and were faster and more agile able to shred through a tank. But it cost about four times as much as "Wings with Jets and Guns"

Peter gets some snark off about his Green Suit before Tooms triggers the Anti-Gravity field suspending him in the air.
No.46293
Anonymous
//youtube.com/watch?v=_qIRtFE6aIcyoutube thumb

Honest trailers for Deadpool, with a guest appearance by Deadpool.
No.46482
Anonymous
http://io9.gizmodo.com/brooklyn-is-getting-a-big-ass-captain-america-statue-1783118848

A Cap statue appears in Brooklyn.
No.46545
Anonymous
Replies:>>46548
http://comicbook.com/marvel/2016/07/12/fox-orders-pilot-of-marvel-x-men-based-tv-series/

>Joint Marvel Fox X-men show.

Okay cool I could get into that.

>Bryan Singer involvement.

Dammit, could suck all the life out of what needs to be as Bright and Character filled as DC TV.
No.46548
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Replies:>>46549
>>46545

>Fox wants Singer to keep ruining the X-Men franchise

WHY. There's only ever been two good X-Men movies and he only directed one of them!
No.46549
Anonymous
>>46548
I'm gonna take a guess and say X2 and First Class?

I fuckin loved First Class.
No.46550
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>46549

You would be correct, sir.
No.46551
Anonymous
>>46549
First Class had a great setup to capturing classic X-men. Then Singer came back and sucked all the life out of it again.

I've love to see Jubilee in a series. Get the same actress if they could since she was so terribly shorted in that crappy Apoc film. But if Singer is around I can bet it'll be another casting couch of his usual fare. Crud.
No.46552
Anonymous
Replies:>>46555
Days was much better than X2.
No.46555
Anonymous
>>46552
Not saying much on that one. Trask was one of the best parts of that though. I want more Dinklage.
No.46627
Anonymous
//youtube.com/watch?v=HSzx-zryEgMyoutube thumb

More Strangeness from Marvel Studios, which now has a new logo.
No.46628
Anonymous
Confirmed at Comic-Con: Brie Larson has been cast as Captain Marvel.
No.46629
Anonymous
>>46166

Also confirmed at Comic-Con: MBJ will be Killmonger in Black Panther.
No.46631
Anonymous
Also, Kurt Russell has been confirmed as Ego the Living Planet, and also Star-Lord's father. Not even trolling.
No.46634
Jumpman
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Squirrel Girl also got cast.
No.46640
Anonymous
>>46634
Tennant for Flatman?
No.46649
Alpharius on the move
Replies:>>46652
>>46634
Looks just like the comics.
No.46652
Anonymous
Replies:>>46661
>>46649
Looks a lot better than the comics
No.46661
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>46652

What, like that’s hard?
No.46662
Anonymous
Replies:>>46663
So all these new shows. When will we get a Howard the Duck She-Hulk law and order show.
No.46663
Anonymous
Replies:>>46664
>>46662
I don't know, the Netflix series are awesome, but they are all so SERIOUS BIZNAZ that I can't see them adding to their universe what would basically be a wacky comedy show.

Honestly, I see She-Hulk as more of Adult Swim material.
No.46664
Anonymous
>>46663
Nah that's too comedy leaning especially nowadays. A Howard the Duck and She-Hulk show would be better played straight IMO. It's still interacting with the more wacky side of Marvel Superhero stuff but nowhere near off the wall humor.
No.46665
Anonymous
She-Hulk's so meta I'm not even sure if the live-action medium can do it justice, unless they change it up to be like what the Deadpool movie did.
No.46669
Anonymous
Replies:>>46670
>>46664

I'd say go for a tone like Scrubs or M*A*S*H. Dramedy.
No.46670
Anonymous
Replies:>>46683
>>46669
>>46664
She-Hulk alone could be done as a dramedy, true.

But once you add an antropomorphic duck to the show, there is no way to keep things straight.
No.46672
Jumpman
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No.46683
T4 was here
>>46670
>there is no way to keep things straight.
Unless thats the joke, like in the OG TMNT comic.
>>46672
Aw cute!
Also my mind when staight to "NYA!" so fuck me I guess.
No.46684
Anonymous
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Can totally see Vulture Suit being the heavy weapons prototype they canceled that was either the alternative to Falcons or its predecessor.

He's got that furry collar I hope stays into the final production.
No.46742
Anonymous
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>>46684
Not digging Vulture's feet. I know they can't just do spandex but the wings are enough. They didn't need to extend the tacticool that far.