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#5178

If this doesn’t turn out to be that he spun around in a circle, then there’s a flash of light and Cable is there, I’ll be sorely disappointed


#5179

Clearly the answer is that as a child he was stolen, taken to the future and raised by his parents inhibiting the bodies of other people then infected with a techno organic virus.


#5180

This is a barely acceptable alternative


#5181

They’ve missed a trick if they don’t make a Deadpool 2 parody poster based on this image.

Jim_Carrey_as_the_Cable_Guy


#5182

You’re a barely acceptable alternative.


#5183

Your face is a barely acceptable alternative


#5184

Have you seen Josh Brolin’s face? Anyone’s face would be a barely acceptable alternative.


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#5186

What did they say the villain’s name was, “Fish Monster”?

Edit: Nevermind, I found out it was Bushmaster. I couldn’t exactly tell what it was in the trailer and the close captioning translated it as “fish monster”. :wink:


#5187

Damn, you got my hopes up there.


#5188

I posit that most movie villains suck. Horribly. It’s the third act, the Big Battle, that mostly falls apart. Sure, there’s the horror of Suicide Squad where the enemies are apparently mobile trash bags with attitudes. Every movie seems to have a tremendous large circle of garbage spinning in the sky at some point. IMDb is running a poll on Marvel villains. Here’s the current results.

1.Josh Brolin in Avengers: Infinity War (2018)
3,591 (votes)
Thanos
2.Tom Hiddleston in The Avengers (2012)
1,209
Loki Laufeyson
3. Michael B. Jordan in Black Panther (2018)
485
Erik Killmonger
4. Cate Blanchett in Thor: Ragnarok (2017)
402
Hela
5. James Spader in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
336
Ultron
6. Sebastian Stan in Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)
292
Winter Soldier
7. Michael Keaton in Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)
273
Vulture
8. Lee Pace in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)
156
Ronan the Accuser
9. Daniel Brühl in Captain America: Civil War (2016)
152
Helmut Zemo
10. Jeff Goldblum in Thor: Ragnarok (2017)
113
Grandmaster
11. Hugo Weaving in Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)
113
Red Skull
12. Kurt Russell in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)
94
Ego
13. Mickey Rourke in Iron Man 2 (2010)
91
Ivan Vanko
14. Andy Serkis in Black Panther (2018)
84
Ulysses Klaue
15. Mads Mikkelsen in Doctor Strange (2016)
78
Kaecilius
16. Karen Gillan in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)
69
Nebula
17. Tim Roth in The Incredible Hulk (2008)
36
Emil Blonsky
18. Guy Pearce in Iron Man 3 (2013)
29
Aldrich Killian
19. Corey Stoll in Ant-Man (2015)
25
Yellowjacket
20. Christopher Eccleston in Thor: The Dark World (2013)
25
Malekith the Accursed
21. Iron Man(2008)
18
Raza
22. Clancy Brown and Mark Ruffalo in Thor: Ragnarok (2017)
13
Surtur
23. Benicio Del Toro in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)
10
The Collector
24. Djimon Hounsou in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)
5
Korath the Pursuer

And of course Obadiah Stane gets off the hook!

We could probably so something similar with DC; but what stands out to me here is no Dr. Doom (who was in three films), no Galactus (in one), no Kingpin, Dr. Octopus or Attuma. Yeah, yeah - different studios, but take a peek at that list again. Where are the villains? Spidey got the whole gamut and three (four, if one counts Nicholas hammond) actors. Even the FF got Doc Doom. Save for Thanos and Loki (and I can’t speak to Panther as I haven’t seen it yet) - with as always special exclusion to Michael Keaton’s Vulture because it’s Michael Keaton - not exactly A-List villainy.

No wonder kids are confused! They want Atom Man Vs. Superman, and they get Games People Play: An Overview of Transactional Analysis with a side serving of Martha. And yet - billions.

This planet is very odd.


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#5190

Terrible results in that poll.


#5191

It’s IMDb. Would you expect anything else?


#5192

Gotta love “From the studio that killed Wolverine”.


#5193

#5194

He’s a dad in the comics.


#5195

The cinemas here finally have tickets available for Deadpool 2, and I’m surprised that it’s opening Tuesday evening, US-style.

Reviews aren’t out until that morning, which probably isn’t a great sign, but I’ll hold out some hope.


#5196

Wimp. I’m just about to start reading this:

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