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2014-02-21 05:10:00 PM  
Well, if Fury didn't try to fry a bunch of civilians with his heat vision, Captain America wouldn't have had to snap his neck! :P
 
2014-02-21 08:13:38 PM  
They just need to send him to Tahiti and he'll be as good as new.
 
2014-02-21 08:37:48 PM  
Oh please, Samuel L Jackson being cut out of a franchise? If they made another Deep Blue Sea it would start with the shark regurgitating his black ass.
 
2014-02-21 08:42:14 PM  

Captain Steroid: Well, if Fury didn't try to fry a bunch of civilians with his heat vision, Captain America wouldn't have had to snap his neck! :P


You're getting him mixed up with Iron Man.

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2014-02-21 08:42:28 PM  
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Mugato: Oh please, Samuel L Jackson being cut out of a franchise? If they made another Deep Blue Sea it would start with the shark regurgitating his black ass.


that's racist
 
2014-02-21 08:42:54 PM  
Where does it say he died? More like probably put in the hospital for most of the movie, like Happy Hogan in Iron Man 3.
 
2014-02-21 08:45:39 PM  
Did we get a thread for the new Guardians of the Galaxy trailer?
 
2014-02-21 08:49:33 PM  
There's no possible way that Captain America would assume Nick Fury died in some sort of gargantuan explosion/building implosion/helicarrier crash, and invoke his memory to rally the troops in an impassioned, heroic call to arms, only to discover later that Fury somehow miraculously survived.
 
2014-02-21 08:50:03 PM  
 
2014-02-21 08:51:48 PM  

Parthenogenetic: There's no possible way that Captain America would assume Nick Fury died in some sort of gargantuan explosion/building implosion/helicarrier crash, and invoke his memory to rally the troops in an impassioned, heroic call to arms, only to discover later that Fury somehow miraculously survived.


That would be unusual, Nick Fury has never faked his death or survived impossible odds ever.
 
2014-02-21 08:54:36 PM  

ThatBillmanGuy: Where does it say he died? More like probably put in the hospital for most of the movie, like Happy Hogan in Iron Man 3.


Or Agent Coulson in The Avengers

Captain says "Nick Fury's last words were..."
 
2014-02-21 08:56:42 PM  
I liked the metroid music they threw in
 
2014-02-21 08:59:24 PM  

Boojum2k: Nick Fury has never faked his death or survived impossible odds ever.


Came to (sarcastically) say this.

Why doesn't Rob Bricken just come out and say he's never watched or read any avenger's material except the movies?
 
2014-02-21 09:01:05 PM  

Billy Liar: [upload.wikimedia.org image 200x114]Mugato: Oh please, Samuel L Jackson being cut out of a franchise? If they made another Deep Blue Sea it would start with the shark regurgitating his black ass.

that's racist


Sorry, should have used the King's English like Sam does.
 
2014-02-21 09:02:30 PM  

Boojum2k: Parthenogenetic: There's no possible way that Captain America would assume Nick Fury died in some sort of gargantuan explosion/building implosion/helicarrier crash, and invoke his memory to rally the troops in an impassioned, heroic call to arms, only to discover later that Fury somehow miraculously survived.

That would be unusual, Nick Fury has never faked his death or survived impossible odds ever.


Have LMDs been introduced in the movie universe yet?

Nick Fury droids have been killed so many times in the regular Marvel U, it's just safest to assume at any given time the Fury you see is an android.

/same goes for Doctor Doom and his Doombots. The only real, confirmed Doctor Doom sighting since the 70s is when Squirrel Girl defeated him. The rest? Who knows?
 
2014-02-21 09:06:45 PM  

Parthenogenetic: There's no possible way that Captain America would assume Nick Fury died in some sort of gargantuan explosion/building implosion/helicarrier crash, and invoke his memory to rally the troops in an impassioned, heroic call to arms, only to discover later that Fury somehow miraculously survived.


Hmmm... that scenario sounds so familiar but I just can't put my finger on it...
 
2014-02-21 09:07:46 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Have LMDs been introduced in the movie universe yet?


"Hi, you've reached the Life Model Decoy of Tony Stark."

So, a joking reference, but he said it almost like it would be his version of an answering machine.
 
2014-02-21 09:12:48 PM  

Boojum2k: Parthenogenetic: There's no possible way that Captain America would assume Nick Fury died in some sort of gargantuan explosion/building implosion/helicarrier crash, and invoke his memory to rally the troops in an impassioned, heroic call to arms, only to discover later that Fury somehow miraculously survived.

That would be unusual, Nick Fury has never faked his death or survived impossible odds ever.


If only there were some sort of... I don't know, robot lookalike that S.H.I.E.L.D. could use to divert attacks away from its most important personnel? Some sort of Lifelike Mimic Droid?
 
2014-02-21 09:13:35 PM  
Aw, dammit.  LMDs already referenced. That's what I get for not refreshing the thread before posting.
 
2014-02-21 09:14:49 PM  
I interpreted the line as "Fury's last words ... before he his car was blown up, he was knocked into a coma, and he landed in the hospital were ..."
 
2014-02-21 09:15:54 PM  

Mugato: Billy Liar: [upload.wikimedia.org image 200x114]Mugato: Oh please, Samuel L Jackson being cut out of a franchise? If they made another Deep Blue Sea it would start with the shark regurgitating his black ass.

that's racist

Sorry, should have used the King's English like Sam does.


My bad.  That's f-f-f-f-f-uh f-f-f-f-f-f-f-uh f-f-f-f-f-f-f-farking r-r-r-racist
 
2014-02-21 09:17:19 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Boojum2k: Parthenogenetic: There's no possible way that Captain America would assume Nick Fury died in some sort of gargantuan explosion/building implosion/helicarrier crash, and invoke his memory to rally the troops in an impassioned, heroic call to arms, only to discover later that Fury somehow miraculously survived.

That would be unusual, Nick Fury has never faked his death or survived impossible odds ever.

Have LMDs been introduced in the movie universe yet?

Nick Fury droids have been killed so many times in the regular Marvel U, it's just safest to assume at any given time the Fury you see is an android.

/same goes for Doctor Doom and his Doombots. The only real, confirmed Doctor Doom sighting since the 70s is when Squirrel Girl defeated him. The rest? Who knows?


Doombots are so ubiquitous that Hank Pym reprogrammed one and made it a member of his Avengers team. It's fun. It's programmed to be heroic, but it still talks like a regular Doombot and is constantly telling people how it would destroy them for being inferior if it could.
 
2014-02-21 09:17:45 PM  

scottydoesntknow: Spider-Man's Greatest Foe


Skip Westcott?
 
2014-02-21 09:19:52 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Boojum2k: Parthenogenetic: There's no possible way that Captain America would assume Nick Fury died in some sort of gargantuan explosion/building implosion/helicarrier crash, and invoke his memory to rally the troops in an impassioned, heroic call to arms, only to discover later that Fury somehow miraculously survived.

That would be unusual, Nick Fury has never faked his death or survived impossible odds ever.

Have LMDs been introduced in the movie universe yet?

Nick Fury droids have been killed so many times in the regular Marvel U, it's just safest to assume at any given time the Fury you see is an android.

/same goes for Doctor Doom and his Doombots. The only real, confirmed Doctor Doom sighting since the 70s is when Squirrel Girl defeated him. The rest? Who knows?


That gives me an idea for a great story.  Fury and Doom killed each other in their youth and everything since has been a proxy war between Doombots and LMD's.
 
2014-02-21 09:21:57 PM  
Speaking of people-not-staying-dead, did anyone else see Thor: The Dark World and at the ending just totally lose it?

There's officially no suspense in the Marvel universe anymore if   nobody can farking die.

/yes, I get that I'm missing the point that the comics are like this
//no, I don't care, because it's just as stupid in the comics
 
2014-02-21 09:22:54 PM  

Nix Nightbird: FirstNationalBastard: Boojum2k: Parthenogenetic: There's no possible way that Captain America would assume Nick Fury died in some sort of gargantuan explosion/building implosion/helicarrier crash, and invoke his memory to rally the troops in an impassioned, heroic call to arms, only to discover later that Fury somehow miraculously survived.

That would be unusual, Nick Fury has never faked his death or survived impossible odds ever.

Have LMDs been introduced in the movie universe yet?

Nick Fury droids have been killed so many times in the regular Marvel U, it's just safest to assume at any given time the Fury you see is an android.

/same goes for Doctor Doom and his Doombots. The only real, confirmed Doctor Doom sighting since the 70s is when Squirrel Girl defeated him. The rest? Who knows?

Doombots are so ubiquitous that Hank Pym reprogrammed one and made it a member of his Avengers team. It's fun. It's programmed to be heroic, but it still talks like a regular Doombot and is constantly telling people how it would destroy them for being inferior if it could.


This has been my one true gripe w/ Marvel thus far; no Hank Pym, and no Wasp, either. She farking named the Avengers! Come on!
 
2014-02-21 09:23:48 PM  

SunsetLament: I interpreted the line as "Fury's last words ... before he his car was blown up, he was knocked into a coma, and he landed in the hospital were ..."


Same here.
 
2014-02-21 09:28:15 PM  

Oysterman: ThatBillmanGuy: Where does it say he died? More like probably put in the hospital for most of the movie, like Happy Hogan in Iron Man 3.

Or Agent Coulson in The Avengers

Captain says "Nick Fury's last words were..."


To be fair, Cap has a flair for dramatic exposition.  It could have been that Fury just went to the crapper and he couldn't find him before the mission. Hence the following possible dialogue:

Cap: "Fury's last words were...."
Black Widow (interrupting): "He had a Taco Bell Chili Cheese Burrito for lunch, and you know, the whole irritable bowel thingie, so I'm sure he's ok"
Cap: "As I was saying, Fury's last words before he shiat himself...."
 
2014-02-21 09:29:22 PM  

Billy Liar: [upload.wikimedia.org image 200x114]Mugato: Oh please, Samuel L Jackson being cut out of a franchise? If they made another Deep Blue Sea it would start with the shark regurgitating his black ass.

that's racist


how so?

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2014-02-21 09:38:51 PM  

Trocadero: Nix Nightbird: FirstNationalBastard: Boojum2k: Parthenogenetic: There's no possible way that Captain America would assume Nick Fury died in some sort of gargantuan explosion/building implosion/helicarrier crash, and invoke his memory to rally the troops in an impassioned, heroic call to arms, only to discover later that Fury somehow miraculously survived.

That would be unusual, Nick Fury has never faked his death or survived impossible odds ever.

Have LMDs been introduced in the movie universe yet?

Nick Fury droids have been killed so many times in the regular Marvel U, it's just safest to assume at any given time the Fury you see is an android.

/same goes for Doctor Doom and his Doombots. The only real, confirmed Doctor Doom sighting since the 70s is when Squirrel Girl defeated him. The rest? Who knows?

Doombots are so ubiquitous that Hank Pym reprogrammed one and made it a member of his Avengers team. It's fun. It's programmed to be heroic, but it still talks like a regular Doombot and is constantly telling people how it would destroy them for being inferior if it could.

This has been my one true gripe w/ Marvel thus far; no Hank Pym, and no Wasp, either. She farking named the Avengers! Come on!


Ant-Man is the first of the planned 'Phase 3' MCU movies.

I get why they didn't start with him, he doesn't have the same name recognition as Iron Man, and didn't even before the Iron Man movie.
 
2014-02-21 09:40:02 PM  

Adolf Oliver Nipples: They just need to send him to Tahiti and he'll be as good as new.



Well, it's a magical place.


/never not going to forget that phrase re Tahiti
 
2014-02-21 09:42:14 PM  

Trocadero: This has been my one true gripe w/ Marvel thus far; no Hank Pym, and no Wasp, either. She farking named the Avengers! Come on!


They're trying to make movies people actually want to see, not just comic book geeks. Those characters you're so hot on? Who ever heard of them? The average schmoe knows everybody they've had so far except Hawkeye, and in his case they developed his character properly, more as a sideman than a leader.
 
2014-02-21 09:43:49 PM  

Nix Nightbird: FirstNationalBastard: Boojum2k: Parthenogenetic: There's no possible way that Captain America would assume Nick Fury died in some sort of gargantuan explosion/building implosion/helicarrier crash, and invoke his memory to rally the troops in an impassioned, heroic call to arms, only to discover later that Fury somehow miraculously survived.

That would be unusual, Nick Fury has never faked his death or survived impossible odds ever.

Have LMDs been introduced in the movie universe yet?

Nick Fury droids have been killed so many times in the regular Marvel U, it's just safest to assume at any given time the Fury you see is an android.

/same goes for Doctor Doom and his Doombots. The only real, confirmed Doctor Doom sighting since the 70s is when Squirrel Girl defeated him. The rest? Who knows?

Doombots are so ubiquitous that Hank Pym reprogrammed one and made it a member of his Avengers team. It's fun. It's programmed to be heroic, but it still talks like a regular Doombot and is constantly telling people how it would destroy them for being inferior if it could.


www.nohighscores.com
 
2014-02-21 09:44:40 PM  

Six_By_Nine: Speaking of people-not-staying-dead, did anyone else see Thor: The Dark World and at the ending just totally lose it?

There's officially no suspense in the Marvel universe anymore if   nobody can farking die.

/yes, I get that I'm missing the point that the comics are like this
//no, I don't care, because it's just as stupid in the comics


You thought he was dead? Sorry. That's on you. You ought to be asking what happened to the guy he replaced.
 
2014-02-21 09:45:06 PM  
Yeah, his contract was for 9 movies.  Nick Fury isn't dead.
 
2014-02-21 09:54:38 PM  

Adolf Oliver Nipples: Trocadero: This has been my one true gripe w/ Marvel thus far; no Hank Pym, and no Wasp, either. She farking named the Avengers! Come on!

They're trying to make movies people actually want to see, not just comic book geeks. Those characters you're so hot on? Who ever heard of them? The average schmoe knows everybody they've had so far except Hawkeye, and in his case they developed his character properly, more as a sideman than a leader.


We just spent 350 comments talking about the Guardians trailer, the Guardians who are way more obscure and less "mainstream" than Hank Pym. You can turn ANYTHING into a franchise if you do it well and set it up right. Hank Pym and Ant/Giant Man wouldn't be that big of a deal. Hank would be interesting in a lot of ways, provided you, um, don't talk about the wife beating stuff.
 
2014-02-21 09:56:10 PM  

Six_By_Nine: Speaking of people-not-staying-dead, did anyone else see Thor: The Dark World and at the ending just totally lose it?

There's officially no suspense in the Marvel universe anymore if   nobody can farking die.

/yes, I get that I'm missing the point that the comics are like this
//no, I don't care, because it's just as stupid in the comics


The wife and I lost it, but that's because we both really like that guy and neither of us believed for an instant that he was what the movie tried to tell us he was. We just thought he'd be coming back in Avengers 2 or maybe he'd make a cameo in Guardians of the Galaxy, not impersonating what's-his-face so quickly.
 
2014-02-21 09:56:11 PM  
And here I thought it was going to be that the Winter Soldier is....well seriously, you should know who he is.

And no, Fury isn't dead.  He signed a six picture deal after Avengers.
 
2014-02-21 10:07:09 PM  
I always thought that a great way to introduce Pym would have been at the end of the Avengers movie when Stark and Banner get into his car and Stark talks about introducing him to his science/research department. A perfect time to put in a throw-away line about working with "Dr. Pym".

Of course, I thought they should have had the National Guard soldier that Cap talked to called "Sgt Castle", have the screenshots at the end of the movie has some sort of tagline such as "Images by Peter Parker" and maybe sneak in a flying flaming person ala Human Torch in some of the battle scenes.

I know there were studio restrictions based on who owned the IP at the time but it still would have been cool.  Especially since tying Castle/Punisher into the invasion would have made a great possibility for a storyline like Punisher kills the Marvel Universe. :)
 
2014-02-21 10:18:59 PM  

stonelotus: Billy Liar: [upload.wikimedia.org image 200x114]Mugato: Oh please, Samuel L Jackson being cut out of a franchise? If they made another Deep Blue Sea it would start with the shark regurgitating his black ass.

that's racist

how so?

[i1207.photobucket.com image 401x504]


no, no you're thinking of

digboston.com
 
2014-02-21 10:26:56 PM  

Trocadero: Adolf Oliver Nipples: Trocadero: This has been my one true gripe w/ Marvel thus far; no Hank Pym, and no Wasp, either. She farking named the Avengers! Come on!

They're trying to make movies people actually want to see, not just comic book geeks. Those characters you're so hot on? Who ever heard of them? The average schmoe knows everybody they've had so far except Hawkeye, and in his case they developed his character properly, more as a sideman than a leader.

We just spent 350 comments talking about the Guardians trailer, the Guardians who are way more obscure and less "mainstream" than Hank Pym. You can turn ANYTHING into a franchise if you do it well and set it up right. Hank Pym and Ant/Giant Man wouldn't be that big of a deal. Hank would be interesting in a lot of ways, provided you, um, don't talk about the wife beating stuff.


No, you must FOCUS on the wife beating, otherwise the entire movie will be lame and pointless.

That's the dumbass fanboy argument, isn't it?
 
2014-02-21 10:27:23 PM  

Mentat: FirstNationalBastard: Boojum2k: Parthenogenetic: There's no possible way that Captain America would assume Nick Fury died in some sort of gargantuan explosion/building implosion/helicarrier crash, and invoke his memory to rally the troops in an impassioned, heroic call to arms, only to discover later that Fury somehow miraculously survived.

That would be unusual, Nick Fury has never faked his death or survived impossible odds ever.

Have LMDs been introduced in the movie universe yet?

Nick Fury droids have been killed so many times in the regular Marvel U, it's just safest to assume at any given time the Fury you see is an android.

/same goes for Doctor Doom and his Doombots. The only real, confirmed Doctor Doom sighting since the 70s is when Squirrel Girl defeated him. The rest? Who knows?

That gives me an idea for a great story.  Fury and Doom killed each other in their youth and everything since has been a proxy war between Doombots and LMD's.


Coulsen was hit by a car his freshman year of high school. As he is slowly dying in the middle of the road, he thinks back to the super hero cards he had as a child. His mind wanders and creates the entire Marvel Universe within an instant before he dies.

And like that....it was gone.
 
2014-02-21 10:55:04 PM  

Nemo's Brother: Mentat: FirstNationalBastard: Boojum2k: Parthenogenetic: There's no possible way that Captain America would assume Nick Fury died in some sort of gargantuan explosion/building implosion/helicarrier crash, and invoke his memory to rally the troops in an impassioned, heroic call to arms, only to discover later that Fury somehow miraculously survived.

That would be unusual, Nick Fury has never faked his death or survived impossible odds ever.

Have LMDs been introduced in the movie universe yet?

Nick Fury droids have been killed so many times in the regular Marvel U, it's just safest to assume at any given time the Fury you see is an android.

/same goes for Doctor Doom and his Doombots. The only real, confirmed Doctor Doom sighting since the 70s is when Squirrel Girl defeated him. The rest? Who knows?

That gives me an idea for a great story.  Fury and Doom killed each other in their youth and everything since has been a proxy war between Doombots and LMD's.

Coulsen was hit by a car his freshman year of high school. As he is slowly dying in the middle of the road, he thinks back to the super hero cards he had as a child. His mind wanders and creates the entire Marvel Universe within an instant before he dies.

And like that....it was gone.


Was he autistic? Did they try to save him at St. Elsewhere?
 
2014-02-21 10:59:19 PM  

Techhell: Six_By_Nine: Speaking of people-not-staying-dead, did anyone else see Thor: The Dark World and at the ending just totally lose it?

There's officially no suspense in the Marvel universe anymore if   nobody can farking die.

/yes, I get that I'm missing the point that the comics are like this
//no, I don't care, because it's just as stupid in the comics

The wife and I lost it, but that's because we both really like that guy and neither of us believed for an instant that he was what the movie tried to tell us he was. We just thought he'd be coming back in Avengers 2 or maybe he'd make a cameo in Guardians of the Galaxy, not impersonating what's-his-face so quickly.



Seriously...  I'm trying hard to avoid spoiling it for anyone else, but the character he's talking about does shiat like that. It's kind of his entire thing. I like that bit he's talking about, but it certainly wasn't out of character or totally unexpected. And yeah.... WTF happened to the other guy?


Nemo's Brother: Mentat: FirstNationalBastard: Boojum2k: Parthenogenetic: There's no possible way that Captain America would assume Nick Fury died in some sort of gargantuan explosion/building implosion/helicarrier crash, and invoke his memory to rally the troops in an impassioned, heroic call to arms, only to discover later that Fury somehow miraculously survived.

That would be unusual, Nick Fury has never faked his death or survived impossible odds ever.

Have LMDs been introduced in the movie universe yet?

Nick Fury droids have been killed so many times in the regular Marvel U, it's just safest to assume at any given time the Fury you see is an android.

/same goes for Doctor Doom and his Doombots. The only real, confirmed Doctor Doom sighting since the 70s is when Squirrel Girl defeated him. The rest? Who knows?

That gives me an idea for a great story.  Fury and Doom killed each other in their youth and everything since has been a proxy war between Doombots and LMD's.

Coulsen was hit by a car his freshman year of high school. As he is slowly dying in the middle of the road, he thinks back to the super hero cards he had as a child. His mind wanders and creates the entire Marvel Universe within an instant before he dies.

And like that....it was gone.



No, at the end of the movie they'll pan out.......... to a snowglobe being held by Tommy Westphall.
 
2014-02-21 11:11:13 PM  

DontMakeMeComeBackThere: Trocadero: Adolf Oliver Nipples: Trocadero: This has been my one true gripe w/ Marvel thus far; no Hank Pym, and no Wasp, either. She farking named the Avengers! Come on!

They're trying to make movies people actually want to see, not just comic book geeks. Those characters you're so hot on? Who ever heard of them? The average schmoe knows everybody they've had so far except Hawkeye, and in his case they developed his character properly, more as a sideman than a leader.

We just spent 350 comments talking about the Guardians trailer, the Guardians who are way more obscure and less "mainstream" than Hank Pym. You can turn ANYTHING into a franchise if you do it well and set it up right. Hank Pym and Ant/Giant Man wouldn't be that big of a deal. Hank would be interesting in a lot of ways, provided you, um, don't talk about the wife beating stuff.

No, you must FOCUS on the wife beating, otherwise the entire movie will be lame and pointless.

That's the dumbass fanboy argument, isn't it?


Wtf guys, you slap one biatch silly and you can never live it down.
 
2014-02-21 11:12:20 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: Ant-Man is the first of the planned 'Phase 3' MCU movies.


Wouldn't that be Phase IV?
 
2014-02-21 11:15:44 PM  

TwistedFark: DontMakeMeComeBackThere: Trocadero: Adolf Oliver Nipples: Trocadero: This has been my one true gripe w/ Marvel thus far; no Hank Pym, and no Wasp, either. She farking named the Avengers! Come on!

They're trying to make movies people actually want to see, not just comic book geeks. Those characters you're so hot on? Who ever heard of them? The average schmoe knows everybody they've had so far except Hawkeye, and in his case they developed his character properly, more as a sideman than a leader.

We just spent 350 comments talking about the Guardians trailer, the Guardians who are way more obscure and less "mainstream" than Hank Pym. You can turn ANYTHING into a franchise if you do it well and set it up right. Hank Pym and Ant/Giant Man wouldn't be that big of a deal. Hank would be interesting in a lot of ways, provided you, um, don't talk about the wife beating stuff.

No, you must FOCUS on the wife beating, otherwise the entire movie will be lame and pointless.

That's the dumbass fanboy argument, isn't it?

Wtf guys, you slap one biatch silly and you can never live it down.


Its not like this is an Atlantic City casino elevator or anything...

 
2014-02-21 11:18:10 PM  

The6502Man: TuteTibiImperes: Ant-Man is the first of the planned 'Phase 3' MCU movies.

Wouldn't that be Phase IV?


Well, not a definitive source, but wikipedia says it's phase 3.
 
2014-02-21 11:20:25 PM  

The6502Man: TuteTibiImperes: Ant-Man is the first of the planned 'Phase 3' MCU movies.

Wouldn't that be Phase IV?


No, Iron Man 3, Thor 2, Captain America: the Winter Soldier, and Guardians of the Galaxy are Phase 2, leading up to Avengers: Age of Ultron. Ant-Man is the next movie after that, so first of Phase 3.
 
2014-02-21 11:22:12 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Have LMDs been introduced in the movie universe yet?


Sort of...in the beginning of Avengers, Tony references an LMD when he is on the phone with Coulson

/I don't think they've actually shown one, though they did have the android Torch on display in the first Cap movie.
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