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by Corazon de Leon » Wed Jul 12, 2017 10:15 am

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BID0 wrote:
Skippy wrote:
BID0 wrote:And the Cap videos :lol:.


Hannibal Buress's line about Cap being "a war criminal or something" was amazing too :lol:

Yeh :lol: all the teachers didn't seem to be there to teach at all and were very apathetic... relatable :lol:

I actually thought that scene may have been set before Civil War until the gym teacher said that line.

I think Chris Evans has to have had the most movie appearances? In fact I think he has been in an MCU movie every year since his First Avenger movie in 2011


I think he and Downey Jr have both made seven appearances. Might be mistaken though

They're in both Avengers films, Cap Civil War and Spidey. Then they're both in their first two solo movies obviously and Cap also appeared in Thor 2.

Cap was in the credit scene for Ant-Man but it was a scene shot for (and in) Civil War. Not sure if it should count


If you're counting Evans' cameo in Thor: The Dark World you should really count Downey's cameo at the end of The Incredible Hulk to give him the edge at 8-7. Wouldn't count the post-credits scene in Ant-Man because it's footage from Civil War.

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PostRe: [MCU Thread] - Spider-Man Homecoming out 5 July
by BID0 » Wed Jul 12, 2017 10:33 am

Corazon de Leon wrote:
Skippy wrote:
BID0 wrote:
Skippy wrote:
BID0 wrote:And the Cap videos :lol:.


Hannibal Buress's line about Cap being "a war criminal or something" was amazing too :lol:

Yeh :lol: all the teachers didn't seem to be there to teach at all and were very apathetic... relatable :lol:

I actually thought that scene may have been set before Civil War until the gym teacher said that line.

I think Chris Evans has to have had the most movie appearances? In fact I think he has been in an MCU movie every year since his First Avenger movie in 2011


I think he and Downey Jr have both made seven appearances. Might be mistaken though

They're in both Avengers films, Cap Civil War and Spidey. Then they're both in their first two solo movies obviously and Cap also appeared in Thor 2.

Cap was in the credit scene for Ant-Man but it was a scene shot for (and in) Civil War. Not sure if it should count


If you're counting Evans' cameo in Thor: The Dark World you should really count Downey's cameo at the end of The Incredible Hulk to give him the edge at 8-7. Wouldn't count the post-credits scene in Ant-Man because it's footage from Civil War.

I don't think you can count credit scenes at all because they're not part of the main movie but the cameo in Thor counts though because it was part of the movies story :shifty:

so that means my boy's at 7-7 :wub:

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PostRe: [MCU Thread] - Spider-Man Homecoming out 5 July
by Skippy » Wed Jul 12, 2017 10:52 am

BID0 wrote:
Corazon de Leon wrote:
Skippy wrote:
BID0 wrote:
Skippy wrote:
BID0 wrote:And the Cap videos :lol:.


Hannibal Buress's line about Cap being "a war criminal or something" was amazing too :lol:

Yeh :lol: all the teachers didn't seem to be there to teach at all and were very apathetic... relatable :lol:

I actually thought that scene may have been set before Civil War until the gym teacher said that line.

I think Chris Evans has to have had the most movie appearances? In fact I think he has been in an MCU movie every year since his First Avenger movie in 2011


I think he and Downey Jr have both made seven appearances. Might be mistaken though

They're in both Avengers films, Cap Civil War and Spidey. Then they're both in their first two solo movies obviously and Cap also appeared in Thor 2.

Cap was in the credit scene for Ant-Man but it was a scene shot for (and in) Civil War. Not sure if it should count


If you're counting Evans' cameo in Thor: The Dark World you should really count Downey's cameo at the end of The Incredible Hulk to give him the edge at 8-7. Wouldn't count the post-credits scene in Ant-Man because it's footage from Civil War.

I don't think you can count credit scenes at all because they're not part of the main movie but the cameo in Thor counts though because it was part of the movies story :shifty:

so that means my boy's at 7-7 :wub:


Forgot about the Hulk cameo. I think it counts.

8-7

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PostRe: [MCU Thread] - Spider-Man Homecoming out 5 July
by BID0 » Wed Jul 12, 2017 11:18 am

Skippy wrote:
BID0 wrote:
Corazon de Leon wrote:
Skippy wrote:
BID0 wrote:
Skippy wrote:
BID0 wrote:And the Cap videos :lol:.


Hannibal Buress's line about Cap being "a war criminal or something" was amazing too :lol:

Yeh :lol: all the teachers didn't seem to be there to teach at all and were very apathetic... relatable :lol:

I actually thought that scene may have been set before Civil War until the gym teacher said that line.

I think Chris Evans has to have had the most movie appearances? In fact I think he has been in an MCU movie every year since his First Avenger movie in 2011


I think he and Downey Jr have both made seven appearances. Might be mistaken though

They're in both Avengers films, Cap Civil War and Spidey. Then they're both in their first two solo movies obviously and Cap also appeared in Thor 2.

Cap was in the credit scene for Ant-Man but it was a scene shot for (and in) Civil War. Not sure if it should count


If you're counting Evans' cameo in Thor: The Dark World you should really count Downey's cameo at the end of The Incredible Hulk to give him the edge at 8-7. Wouldn't count the post-credits scene in Ant-Man because it's footage from Civil War.

I don't think you can count credit scenes at all because they're not part of the main movie but the cameo in Thor counts though because it was part of the movies story :shifty:

so that means my boy's at 7-7 :wub:


Forgot about the Hulk cameo. I think it counts.

8-7

If we count that then we have to count the Ant-Man one (it was a different take to the one used in Civil War)

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PostRe: [MCU Thread] - Spider-Man Homecoming out 5 July
by Skippy » Wed Jul 12, 2017 11:25 am

BID0 wrote:
Skippy wrote:
BID0 wrote:
Corazon de Leon wrote:
Skippy wrote:
BID0 wrote:
Skippy wrote:
BID0 wrote:And the Cap videos :lol:.


Hannibal Buress's line about Cap being "a war criminal or something" was amazing too :lol:

Yeh :lol: all the teachers didn't seem to be there to teach at all and were very apathetic... relatable :lol:

I actually thought that scene may have been set before Civil War until the gym teacher said that line.

I think Chris Evans has to have had the most movie appearances? In fact I think he has been in an MCU movie every year since his First Avenger movie in 2011


I think he and Downey Jr have both made seven appearances. Might be mistaken though

They're in both Avengers films, Cap Civil War and Spidey. Then they're both in their first two solo movies obviously and Cap also appeared in Thor 2.

Cap was in the credit scene for Ant-Man but it was a scene shot for (and in) Civil War. Not sure if it should count


If you're counting Evans' cameo in Thor: The Dark World you should really count Downey's cameo at the end of The Incredible Hulk to give him the edge at 8-7. Wouldn't count the post-credits scene in Ant-Man because it's footage from Civil War.

I don't think you can count credit scenes at all because they're not part of the main movie but the cameo in Thor counts though because it was part of the movies story :shifty:

so that means my boy's at 7-7 :wub:


Forgot about the Hulk cameo. I think it counts.

8-7

If we count that then we have to count the Ant-Man one (it was a different take to the one used in Civil War)

8-8


It wasn't shot specifically FOR Ant-Man though.

8-7

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PostRe: [MCU Thread] - Spider-Man Homecoming out 5 July
by Hexx » Wed Jul 12, 2017 11:41 am

Robert Downey Jr wasn't credited for his appearance in Hulk though

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PostRe: [MCU Thread] - Spider-Man Homecoming out 5 July
by Return_of_the_STAR » Wed Jul 12, 2017 12:07 pm

I would personally count actual appearances in the films. Doesn't matter if they were gooseberry fool for a different film or and after credits scene. They still appear in the film. So whatever that adds up to is the right answer.

So back to spiderman homecoming, that was definitely the best spiderman film period.

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PostRe: [MCU Thread] - Spider-Man Homecoming out 5 July
by Buffalo » Wed Jul 12, 2017 2:00 pm

Cap's suit in Spider-Man looks like one of the older versions. Maybe even the one from the 1st movie?

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by BID0 » Wed Jul 12, 2017 2:10 pm

Buffalo wrote:Cap's suit in Spider-Man looks like one of the older versions. Maybe even the one from the 1st movie?

I think it was the Avengers one. I guess the idea is after The Avengers save New York and become a world wide brand, Cap was employed to record inspirational videos for school children

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by Hexx » Thu Jul 13, 2017 3:45 pm

So I've never liked the Inhumans (and hate them the last few years in comics)

But Maximus is interesting right? Manipulator with power of suggestion?

How do you describe Maximus to someone who might not know who the Inhumans are?

Iwan Rheon: Maximus is the brother of the king, Black Bolt. He’s part of the Royal Family, and he’s maybe the yin to Black Bolt’s yang. They often don’t see eye to eye. He’s a very charismatic talker, where is Black Bolt’s the complete opposite. That’s a very interesting dynamic.

And also because his Terrigenesis made him a human, he’s kind of looked down on by the rest of the Royal Family and the people of Attilan because he’s not one of them, in theory. It’s kind of the worst thing that can happen to you almost, but because he’s the son of the brother of the king, that meant he didn’t have to go and live in the mines.

Can you clarify: Maximus is human, but does he have powers?

He has nothing. The Terrigenesis took away his Inhuman gene, so that was his transformation. He can’t do anything. He’s useless… He’s a dead man.



Not sure about that. Seems an odd change. And also mines? So they're keeping the caste/slave system Inhumans have? Yeah! That'll make them likeable! Fight to defend their dominion over people!

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by Mafro » Sun Jul 16, 2017 12:34 am

Some Avengers: Infinity War footage was shown at D23:

The trailer for Infinity War opens with the Guardians of the Galaxy, as we last left them, flying through space on the Milano. Mantis says, "We are arriving," and Star-Lord responds that they need to "put on our mean faces."

It's unclear what drew them to this location -- whether a signal or otherwise -- but, as they're flying through the wreckage in space at this location, a body bumps into the ship's windshield. They bring the body into the ship and... it's Thor!

Considering Thor's reaction to the Guardians upon waking up is, "Who the hell are you guys?" it's clear that this is the first meeting between the Avengers and the Guardians. It could be that the end of Thor: Ragnarok sets up whatever causes Thor to be stranded in outer space.

Notably absent from the trailer is any sign of Hulk, despite Mark Ruffalo being on stage with the rest of the cast prior to the trailer being shown. It's likely that something occurs in Thor: Ragnarok that, if he was shown in this trailer, might be a spoiler for the latest Thor film.

The rest of the trailer showed the Guardians actively working with the Avengers, and the bulk of the latter half of the footage showed them fighting Thanos directly. One showdown that involved Doctor Strange, Iron Man, Star-Lord and others had them fighting against Thanos on what looked like a wrecked Asgard, or some other planet among the realms. At the end of the footage, Thanos curls his fist, causes a planet behind them to explode, and then hurls the destroyed pieces down through the atmosphere at those he's fighting. To say this footage is epic is an understatement.





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by Return_of_the_STAR » Sun Jul 16, 2017 12:51 am

Mafro wrote:Some Avengers: Infinity War footage was shown at D23:

The trailer for Infinity War opens with the Guardians of the Galaxy, as we last left them, flying through space on the Milano. Mantis says, "We are arriving," and Star-Lord responds that they need to "put on our mean faces."

It's unclear what drew them to this location -- whether a signal or otherwise -- but, as they're flying through the wreckage in space at this location, a body bumps into the ship's windshield. They bring the body into the ship and... it's Thor!

Considering Thor's reaction to the Guardians upon waking up is, "Who the hell are you guys?" it's clear that this is the first meeting between the Avengers and the Guardians. It could be that the end of Thor: Ragnarok sets up whatever causes Thor to be stranded in outer space.

Notably absent from the trailer is any sign of Hulk, despite Mark Ruffalo being on stage with the rest of the cast prior to the trailer being shown. It's likely that something occurs in Thor: Ragnarok that, if he was shown in this trailer, might be a spoiler for the latest Thor film.

The rest of the trailer showed the Guardians actively working with the Avengers, and the bulk of the latter half of the footage showed them fighting Thanos directly. One showdown that involved Doctor Strange, Iron Man, Star-Lord and others had them fighting against Thanos on what looked like a wrecked Asgard, or some other planet among the realms. At the end of the footage, Thanos curls his fist, causes a planet behind them to explode, and then hurls the destroyed pieces down through the atmosphere at those he's fighting. To say this footage is epic is an understatement.





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Wow very interesting. I would be surprised though if that trailer is released before Thor 3 as it hints at a spoiler for the ending of the film.

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PostRe: [MCU Thread] - Spider-Man Homecoming out 5 July
by Corazon de Leon » Sun Jul 16, 2017 11:34 pm

Spider-Man is strawberry floating fantastic. strawberry floating fantastic. Honestly had a smile on my face all the way through.

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by Return_of_the_STAR » Sun Jul 16, 2017 11:53 pm

Corazon de Leon wrote:Spider-Man is strawberry floating fantastic. strawberry floating fantastic. Honestly had a smile on my face all the way through.


Me too. It was brilliant. There doesn't seem to be a lot of buzz for it though. Hopefully I'm wrong and I'm just out of the loop.

Edit. Just read this.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/scottmendelson/2017/07/16/box-office-spider-man-homecoming-suffers-mcus-worst-second-weekend-drop-ever/#6f7d100b35fb

It suffered the biggest second week box office drop in the MCU and projections are that domestically it will take a similar figure to amazing spiderman. It deserves better imo.

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PostRe: [MCU Thread] - Spider-Man Homecoming out 5 July
by Mafro » Mon Jul 17, 2017 12:29 am

Six Spider-Man films and two reboots in the space of ten years might have something to do with it. Love Marvel films but I'm still not remotely arsed about this one.

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by Garth » Mon Jul 17, 2017 12:32 am

Yeah, that's gotta be Spider-Man movie fatigue creeping in there. I know I didn't even bother going to see the previous one.

Will see the new one next week probably.

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by Return_of_the_STAR » Mon Jul 17, 2017 12:41 am

Mafro wrote:Six Spider-Man films and two reboots in the space of ten years might have something to do with it. Love Marvel films but I'm still not remotely arsed about this one.


I agree that overload is the problem but this is the best ever spidey film. If u love marvel films this will be one of your favourites.

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PostRe: [MCU Thread] - Spider-Man Homecoming out 5 July
by BID0 » Mon Jul 17, 2017 8:36 am

It was okay but one of the poorer movies in the MCU unless you're a Spider-Man fan.





Mafro wrote:Some Avengers: Infinity War footage was shown at D23:

The trailer for Infinity War opens with the Guardians of the Galaxy, as we last left them, flying through space on the Milano. Mantis says, "We are arriving," and Star-Lord responds that they need to "put on our mean faces."

It's unclear what drew them to this location -- whether a signal or otherwise -- but, as they're flying through the wreckage in space at this location, a body bumps into the ship's windshield. They bring the body into the ship and... it's Thor!

Considering Thor's reaction to the Guardians upon waking up is, "Who the hell are you guys?" it's clear that this is the first meeting between the Avengers and the Guardians. It could be that the end of Thor: Ragnarok sets up whatever causes Thor to be stranded in outer space.

Notably absent from the trailer is any sign of Hulk, despite Mark Ruffalo being on stage with the rest of the cast prior to the trailer being shown. It's likely that something occurs in Thor: Ragnarok that, if he was shown in this trailer, might be a spoiler for the latest Thor film.

The rest of the trailer showed the Guardians actively working with the Avengers, and the bulk of the latter half of the footage showed them fighting Thanos directly. One showdown that involved Doctor Strange, Iron Man, Star-Lord and others had them fighting against Thanos on what looked like a wrecked Asgard, or some other planet among the realms. At the end of the footage, Thanos curls his fist, causes a planet behind them to explode, and then hurls the destroyed pieces down through the atmosphere at those he's fighting. To say this footage is epic is an understatement.

GOD DAMN :shock:

Apparently the planet may have been Earth's Moon. In which case why couldn't have Thanos stopped by a year earlier and prevented that Inhumans movie/tv show :cry:

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PostRe: [MCU Thread] - Spider-Man Homecoming out 5 July
by Hexx » Mon Jul 17, 2017 11:26 am

It looks like Spider-Man: Homecoming isn't going to enjoy quite the success in cinemas that Marvel would have hoped for, as the film is starting to falter in the box office, while War for the Planet of the Apes has conquered the Spidey flick in its first weekend.

Homecoming was made to a pretty hefty budget of $175 million, and in its second weekend of release has managed to clock up $45.2m, meaning its total box office income currently stands at $208.27m in ten days. Not bad, you might think.

What will concern the big wigs, though, is that those figures represent a 61% drop in its second weekend, which, interestingly is exactly the same second-weekend sales falls that befell Spider-Man 3 and The Amazing Spider-Man 2.


http://www.digitalspy.com/movies/spider ... ox-office/

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PostRe: [MCU Thread] - Spider-Man Homecoming out 5 July
by Skippy » Mon Jul 17, 2017 11:31 am

Hexx wrote:
its total box office income currently stands at $208.27m in ten days


A bit misleading from DS. That's the domestic total, it's taken $470m worldwide


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