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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 23/10/2012 10:53:07 AM   
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POSSIBLE SPOILERS FOR IRON MAN 3!

Well that looks good, doesn't it. It does have a very DKR feel to it I almost expected to see RISE at the end but that's not a bad thing. I'm also more intrigued than worried by the Extremis armour now. I absolutley hate the extremis story in the comics and Tony's post-human biology amrour shite. I much prefer when Tony was just an engineering genius in a really cool suit of armour he made. However after seeing this and some of the stills released yesterday i wonder if the film is taking a slightly different route. Whilst it does seem that Tony can summon the armour components at will, the armour doesn't appear to come out of Tony's body. In fact, in some of the shots and stills, he's wearing some sort of headset with sensors at his temple, so I wonder if they're simply going with a thought controlled armour rather than the bio-armour. If so, great success! Also, love that last shot of Tony dragging the armour behind him through the snow.

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 23/10/2012 11:14:02 AM   
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Now thats an epic teaser. I love the bit with the suits blowing up.
Mandarin is probably Iron Mans biggest 'big bad' so hes got to put him through some kind of hell. It worked for TDKR so lets allow Marvel to 'borrow' a few ideas. I feel certain it will be a different enough kind of portrayal of the same theme ..... no need to fret!

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 23/10/2012 11:47:26 AM   
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Yeh, I kind of agree with you on that one. I have seen the man out of time clips and I would of preferred to see a Captain America 2 before Avengers. However, I think without the Man out of time parts they managed to masterfully weave enough decent references in for him in Avengers, passable. I would rather see a Ruffalo HULK movie before they make another movies. His HULK was great and we really didn't get enough of him

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 23/10/2012 1:58:18 PM   
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Good trailer, and it looks like Shane Black is the first director to really take a slightly different visual appraoch to the Marvel films, as it looks (in some shots at least) that a much less vibrant colour palette is being used. It certainly has a different feel to the previous Marvel movies. Hope that stays true in the finished product. Mandarin's voice was a surprise I have to say, but I'm still not feeling the look of the guy. Looks like they drop a pretty big spoiler in the trailer too....

SPOILER SPECULATION BELOW


Looks like Jon Favreau is going to buy it. Certainly looks like his Happy Hogan character on the floor in pain with what looks like some kind of black infection around his body, similar to the effect used on the '3' in the 'Iron Man 3' title card at the end. Looks like he is reaching out to someone and theyre reaching back. Certainly doesnt look good for him!

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 23/10/2012 8:31:17 PM   
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^ I was trying to figure out who that is on the floor but just didnt recognise the face.

Im a fan of the new suit actually, it looks decent. Cant say that for the War Machine armour though, fully loved that look in IM2. Also I cant believe we are at Iron Man 3 already, they have come so quickly and ive barely gotten over the excitement of the Avengers.

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 3/11/2012 12:32:26 PM   
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stan the man talks 'strange', 'panther' and 'inhumans'-

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 16/11/2012 11:13:51 AM   
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Ecclestone as Malekith - the big baddie - in Thor 2 :


http://www.worstpreviews.com/images/headlines/temp/temp3791.jpg

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 29/11/2012 11:29:48 AM   
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http://www.worstpreviews.com/headline.php?id=26788&count=0


If this is true then i like the choices. I love Jack Huston in Boardwalk Empire and his role in that alone shows he can bring a kind of 'other worldly' feel to a part. But i thing Edgerton and Sturgess are two of the 'bubbling under' stars of the future also.
Cant they all be in it?

This movie is sounding better by the minute to me.

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 29/11/2012 1:42:43 PM   
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I'm not that familiar with the list apart from Redmayne (who I'm troubling picturing as the character) and Edgerton. Edgerton has been "bubbling under" for years and I've yet to see him successfully lead a film but I think he's great regardless and of that group he seems like the best fit. He's notably older than the others too and I get the impression from the brief synopsis etc. that he'll exude (sp?) the worldy and military/NASA career experience I think will factor into the character on screen. I like the idea of a somewhat arrogant or weary pilot who thinks he's seen it all end up in space with a talking raccoon and see that really he knows nothing.

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 12/12/2012 2:09:11 PM   
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So the premise for IM3 is that Stark unknowingly brought something back with him through the portal in Avengers? I take it the film will explore the trauma of almost being marooned in space and that'll play in his problems? I understand this is loosely adapted from Warren Ellis' Extremis storyline..but what does that mean for Iron Man/Tony Stark? Does he have a symbiotic relationship with the armour now?

Also for GotG, any decent characters? Will they properly introduce Thanos? So many questions!

I read a comment on the previous page about Captain America and I agree he was for me, the most compelling character in Avengers. I'm not overly keen on CA:TFA but I always thought Chris Evans was brilliant and Steve Rogers and Cap just shone in the Avengers. I think there's a great deal of mileage left in the pathos tank in addressing the 'man out of time' aspect that Loki briefly mentioned.

Out of Thor 2, Cap 2, IM 3 and GotG...what are you all most looking forward to?

IM3 already looks better than IM 2 but it seems that the third film suffers from the same miscasting problem as the second. I didn't like Mickey Rourke in the second and they done the same by going with Sir Ben Kingsley here. I would have preferred someone like Byron Mann to play the Mandarin as I always thought he was supposed to be more of a Genghis Khan figure?

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 14/12/2012 1:23:03 PM   
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I'm probably looking forward to Iron Man 3 most, simply because I can't get enough of Robert Downey Jr. in that role. My favourite of the pre-Avengers movies is Captain America (which shocked the hell out of me, as I was expecting to hate it), but I'm still not sure about the sequel. Thor 2 looks like it's going to be interesting, but I think Guardians Of The Galaxy may be Marvel pushing their luck a bit.

For the Mandarin, I would've preferred him to actually be played by a Chinese actor. Considering it's a co-production with China, I think it's a bit stupid and insulting that the Chinese villain is being played by a British actor.

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 22/12/2012 6:00:35 PM   
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quote:

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I'm probably looking forward to Iron Man 3 most, simply because I can't get enough of Robert Downey Jr. in that role. My favourite of the pre-Avengers movies is Captain America (which shocked the hell out of me, as I was expecting to hate it), but I'm still not sure about the sequel. Thor 2 looks like it's going to be interesting, but I think Guardians Of The Galaxy may be Marvel pushing their luck a bit.

For the Mandarin, I would've preferred him to actually be played by a Chinese actor. Considering it's a co-production with China, I think it's a bit stupid and insulting that the Chinese villain is being played by a British actor.


Considering The Mandarin from the comics first appeared as a vaguely racist character who forged mystical gems he found in an alien space craft into power rings I'm all for some screen reinvention personally. Besides having a Chinese actor play a villain known as The Mandarin is I think likely to offend some people; having Sir Ben clearly playing an American (by his accent in the trailer) called The Mandarin shows that the name is just that, not a description of his ethnicity.

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 23/12/2012 10:03:27 AM   
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Mandarin is also a noun, a person of influence who is in charge and in control of events. Looks like Marvel have, wisely, gone in that direction.

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 8/1/2013 10:17:52 AM   
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'blade' reboot on the way-

http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/movies/news/a449094/blade-reboot-a-certainty-says-david-goyer.html

it has been 15 years since the 'blade' helped usher in the current marvel movie universe.

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 8/1/2013 11:39:27 AM   
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I'd be up for a Blade reboot. Not sure who I'd want as Blade though.

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 8/1/2013 12:10:23 PM   
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Hmm,not sure.
I very much doubt they'll be heading in the same direction as the first two (pfft 3),especially as they were rated 18.
I think we're probably going to get something abit like Van Helsing (R-12) and arguably more lighter,entertaining gothic-fluff.


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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 8/1/2013 12:20:48 PM   
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I'd be up for a Blade reboot. Not sure who I'd want as Blade though.


I thought Snipes was excellent in the role, he made the character pretty much his own. I'd love to see him back in the role as i cannot envision anyone else. Thats if he's okay to act and not stuck in prison still...

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 8/1/2013 12:35:41 PM   
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I'd be up for a Blade reboot. Not sure who I'd want as Blade though.


Michael Jai White thank you please.

Although I'd prefer to see him get the Luke Cage gig if it ever becomes available.

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 8/1/2013 12:40:22 PM   
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Idris Elba might be a good shout.

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 8/1/2013 12:41:34 PM   
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Idris Elba might be a good shout.


If it's going to be part of the MCU, they might have trouble explaining how he looks exactly like Heimdall. Otherwise, I'd agree.

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 8/1/2013 12:47:25 PM   
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quote:

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quote:

ORIGINAL: OPEN YOUR EYES

Idris Elba might be a good shout.


If it's going to be part of the MCU, they might have trouble explaining how he looks exactly like Heimdall. Otherwise, I'd agree.


You dont see his full-head though,so they could get away with it...sort of.

Slightly off-topic:
Concerning the first two good Blade films,in my opinion, (I dont say this lightly) they were underrated films.
The gore was good,the action was great but I really liked the cinematography.Some of the shots/scenes at night were gorgeously captured..

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 8/1/2013 12:49:54 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: AxlReznor

quote:

ORIGINAL: OPEN YOUR EYES

Idris Elba might be a good shout.


If it's going to be part of the MCU, they might have trouble explaining how he looks exactly like Heimdall. Otherwise, I'd agree.


Idris Elba? Really? I love the guy, think he's an excellent actor and has screen presence to match, but i just cannot picture him as Blade! For one he's too old- in his Fourties now, and secondly he's a bit too erm, 'built' (i'm being kind here!). I should know, i only met him last month!

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 8/1/2013 12:54:34 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Nexus Wookie


quote:

ORIGINAL: AxlReznor

quote:

ORIGINAL: OPEN YOUR EYES

Idris Elba might be a good shout.


If it's going to be part of the MCU, they might have trouble explaining how he looks exactly like Heimdall. Otherwise, I'd agree.


Idris Elba? Really? I love the guy, think he's an excellent actor and has screen presence to match, but i just cannot picture him as Blade! For one he's too old- in his Fourties now, and secondly he's a bit too erm, 'built' (i'm being kind here!). I should know, i only met him last month!


And Wesley Snipes isn't?

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 8/1/2013 1:02:01 PM   
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quote:

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quote:

ORIGINAL: Kumadori

I'd be up for a Blade reboot. Not sure who I'd want as Blade though.


I thought Snipes was excellent in the role, he made the character pretty much his own. I'd love to see him back in the role as i cannot envision anyone else. Thats if he's okay to act and not stuck in prison still...


Can we have a white Blade?

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 8/1/2013 1:05:25 PM   
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Despite the calls for a black James Bond every time they look for a new actor, there'd be accusations of racism if they dared cast a white man as a usually black character.

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 8/1/2013 2:01:15 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: AxlReznor


quote:

ORIGINAL: Nexus Wookie


quote:

ORIGINAL: AxlReznor

quote:

ORIGINAL: OPEN YOUR EYES

Idris Elba might be a good shout.


If it's going to be part of the MCU, they might have trouble explaining how he looks exactly like Heimdall. Otherwise, I'd agree.


Idris Elba? Really? I love the guy, think he's an excellent actor and has screen presence to match, but i just cannot picture him as Blade! For one he's too old- in his Fourties now, and secondly he's a bit too erm, 'built' (i'm being kind here!). I should know, i only met him last month!


And Wesley Snipes isn't?


Oh damn, Snipes in his fourties already? Lol i would't have known.

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 8/1/2013 2:05:18 PM   
AxlReznor

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: Nexus Wookie


quote:

ORIGINAL: AxlReznor


quote:

ORIGINAL: Nexus Wookie


quote:

ORIGINAL: AxlReznor

quote:

ORIGINAL: OPEN YOUR EYES

Idris Elba might be a good shout.


If it's going to be part of the MCU, they might have trouble explaining how he looks exactly like Heimdall. Otherwise, I'd agree.


Idris Elba? Really? I love the guy, think he's an excellent actor and has screen presence to match, but i just cannot picture him as Blade! For one he's too old- in his Fourties now, and secondly he's a bit too erm, 'built' (i'm being kind here!). I should know, i only met him last month!


And Wesley Snipes isn't?


Oh damn, Snipes in his fourties already? Lol i would't have known.


He's actually 50. Though I do agree that he doesn't look it.

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 8/1/2013 2:12:22 PM   
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I've yet to see a better suggestion than Michael Jai White. Sure he's in his mid forties as well (although he doesn't look it) but he'd have the benefit of being able to do his own stunts and wouldn't have to go to Martial Art boot-camp to look like he could effectively kick some undead arse.

Also, doing this would mean he could disassociate himself from Tyler Perry.

Win win.

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 8/1/2013 2:14:43 PM   
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Undead PG arse.

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RE: Marvel Cinematic Universe - 26/1/2013 1:58:44 PM   
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'dr strange' and 'ant man' join phase 3-

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