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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by snowfx2, Apr 8, 2015.
Went and watched it with my 6 year old yesterday and we both loved it. He had to pee as soon as it was over, what were the credit scenes?
- JK Simmons is back as JJJ but more of an Alex Jones talk radio type
- Mysterio’s people cut a video where it appeared Spider-Man orchestrated the drones
- Mysterio revealed Spider-Man was Peter Parker
Fury and Maria Hill were Skrulls the entire time of FFH while the real Fury and Hill were working with the Skrulls on a spaceship (maybe SWORD)
The scene with Flash reading news about a man surviving an experiment with water could be a Hydroman set up in the future.
Revealed secret identity is the least of those movies problems.
Just noticed that Doc Ock's glasses are octagonal frames in Spiderverse.
Just more Namor hints
The octagonal pattern is everywhere whenever she’s around
Or it could've been a red herring for the first Italy encounter
I saw into the spider-verse
Man, I thoroughly enjoyed that. It encompassed everything I wanted from the Spider-Man character(s).
If they ever did a live-action film based on spider-verse, I think it would be cool to have Miles Morales interact with Andrew Garfield, in the original universe, then the Peter B Parker played by Tobey Macguire. Just don’t think you would need Tom Holland since he and the actor playing Miles are rather young.
Too 5 comic book movie villain ever
Sam Raimi made a Spider-man movie starring Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst one of the best cbm’s ever...incredible
Far From Home
Into the Spidervese
This is the correct opinion
I feel like there should be zero disagreement about this.
I'll never understand how 4 people constantly screaming and acting like crack heads is such a popular show.
Have you not seen one of the best episodes, Dennis and Dee Go on Welfare, where they quit the bar, run out their unemployment, and then get addicted to crack in order to get welfare?
Spider-Man 2 is such a good movie. Would like to see it ranked among best superhero sequels.
Tom Holland as Spider Gwen
My F4 cast includes John Krasinski and Emily Blunt as Mr. Fantastic and The Invisible Woman.
I want Dacre Montgomery and David Harbour for Johnny Storm and Ben Grimm.
Emilia Clarke as Sue Storm, it ain't rocket surgery people.
Harbour as Hellboy was a wreck so lets include him in another comic book movie
yes I know about Ryan Reynolds and Chris Evans
Not Harbour’s fault
Hot take: what if they hired a good actress
not so hot take: you suck
This is barely a tepid take since you consider IM3 to be a good movie.
If it weren't for IM3, Happy Hogan wouldn't have had the hero turn from incomeptent crony to valued employee and sidekick he did that eventually ends with him in tapping May Parker
Tell me it isn't the most crucial film in the series with a straight face.
He was already a valued employee in IM1 and turned into a competent sidekick in IM2. IM3 turned him into a harpy that yelled about keycards.
Marvels track record with casting is impeccable. The FF will be amazing.
And yet everyone with a brain disagrees. Crazy.
Would make a great SNL skit
Was on vacation and then waited for the wife to see FFH. Been out the game(thread) the whole time.
Nice to be back, boys.
- We all knew Mysterio was the villain but bringing it back around to Stark was a nice twist to keep even comic readers surprised by his origin
- Fucking welcome back, JK....any other casting for JJJ would have fallen flat
- Aunt May makes my Peter tingle
- SWORD also opens the ability to bring in X-Men
- Wow @ revealing Spidey's identity; I'm super intrigued to see how that plays out
- Wonder if they'll bring in Brand for SWORD or if Fury will just run it since SHIELD is basically nonexistent in the MCU now
- Black Widow is going to be a weird lull in the timeline - I'll see it but since it will be entirely set in the past, it will hold zero relevance; I like the idea of the movie...I just think they missed the window for it
- Holland is fantastic, Jake was great.
Hammer+shield > Thor-Rabbit-Tree > Leap of Faith
Only because of the time each had leading up to it. The fact that leap of faith is being discussed with them is still impressive.
Gyllenhaal's facial expression when Tony Stark called his invention "BARF" was one of the funniest moments in MCU.
Could just skip ahead to Danvers running the swordish agency
Watching Endgame clips on YouTube. Sam's facial hair bugs me. They shave his beard above the top of his jaw so it makes his face looks much smaller than it really is. Not really noticeable until the old Cap scene but every time he turns his face to the side, I can't stop looking at it.
Here's the full thing:
Damn BayouMafia , that's a hell of a throwback like.
I am truly torn on Stan Lee.
I’m sad because of all the circumstances around terrible people using him during the twilight years of his life.
I’m also happy because he finally got the recognition he has always deserved for: 1. His impact on pop culture and society as a whole and 2. Being a genuinely good person.
RIP Stan. His death definitely hit me harder than anyone I don’t know in real life.
The upcoming election just got easier.
Mods please change thread icon to something less awful
That's what everyone else said when they watched the film
Watching the Marvel movies I haven’t seen yet in no particular order and last night was Ant Man and the Wasp so I was reading those pages of the thread
Tonight is Capt America: The First Avenger. RIP Bucky no way he survived that fall from the train
Think I’d noticed it before but was just wrapped up in the rest of the scene.
And I don’t remember it being mentioned in here.
we talked about it pages ago. everyone was all omg i can't believe they let him be on camera with his facial hair like that. it was bonkers.