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#1

Just because threads over 100 posts long get a bit unwieldy and hard to get into.

Let’s cap the old one and continue that brill discussion here.

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#2

Here’s the first promo image for Civil War:

https://scontent.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpf1/v/t1.0-9/11008551_1120641944619043_6763253826718608573_n.jpg?oh=166c8e8df65a46e7be2825e9d6ca6f3f&oe=55E5A997


#3

Still curious as to what will be the catalyst to kick off Civil War. AoU planted some seeds, but everyone did essentially part on good terms.


#4

Yeah AoU seemed to leave Iron Man and Captain America in the exact opposite spot they would need to be for Civil War.


#5

Probably not how Marvel will do a Black Widow solo film, but I couldn’t resist sharing:


#6

You would think that it would be something like the original mini with some unregulated superpowered people accidentally killing a bunch of innocent people stopping a super-criminal.

This is where Marvel’s version of Spider-Man joins the movies, right?


#7

He’ll appear, but it’s not clear how big a role he’ll have. They had to rewrite the script to include him.


#8

I think it’s more that they had two possible scripts, with the non-Spidey one focusing more on Black Panther. Now that Pete is available, I suspect Black Panther will play a more minor role.


#9

Oyyy… no, stop re-designing Cap’s costume!!! The one on AoU is perfect… u_u

Yeah, one thing I was expecting from AoU is for two distinct sides to emerge by the end… which they kinda did, but not in the way I was thinking…

We’ll see how they handle it in CW.


#10

Is this for realz?

[Now Marvel Wants You To Subscribe To Clothing, Too!][1]


[1]: http://io9.com/now-marvel-wants-you-to-subscribe-to-clothing-too-1694138199


#11

Wouldn’t surprise me. They’ve already replaced him with Ultron as the one who maims Klaw.


#12

I doubt it, if only because Marvel Entertainment and Disney are probably bigger on the properties that they own and they directly make money from. They’ll play up Spider-Man, but I doubt they’ll diminish BP to make it happen.


#13

Yeah, it’ would be pretty foolish to diminish BP’s role in the movie considering they want to base a franchise around him.


#14

Just about everyone on the planet prefers Spidy over Black Panther though… its not that bad of a trade off. Especially considering BP’s movie will come out sooner then Spidy’s next.


#15

Man attends 28hr Marvel movie marathon. Succumbs.

This is post-Avengers:

“I’m entering that zone of shock-consciousness, the state of mind usually relegated to college students who stayed up all night finishing a paper, and then stumble into class, bleary-eyed, turn it in, and promptly fall asleep. Only falling asleep is not an option—we’re at the halfway point. I do my best to take a short nap, sprawling out across three seats, a deeply uncomfortable position made more so by the bright lights and the people having a loud debate a few rows over regarding whether Ant-Man will eventually become an Avenger in time for the Infinity Wars movies. Shut up, nerds, I think, wearily, as I remember having spent 30 minutes internally debating myself a few weeks ago about that same question. The nap doesn’t happen. I try to weep a little, in light of this fact, but tears are not coming, either. It seems that the moisture required by tear ducts to produce them has been absorbed by all the pretzel bites.”


#16

I’m just talking about the way things would have gone if they hadn’t got the rights to Spidey. It seems clear from various comment made by Feige that Plan B was to use BP as a surrogate Spidey in the Civil War storyline. Now that Spidey is available, I imagine they’ll revert to Plan A and he’ll be used as the central character rather than BP.

That’s not to diminish BP, but it’s inevitable that incorporating a big character like Spider-Man is going to take away some of the material from other characters.


#17

I would say it doesn’t really matter. They’ve had ample time to prepare a proper shooting script since the Spidey announcement last year, and at that point they probably just had a treatment.

It’ll continue to change, even during filming, so who knows, we might end up with more of a Black Panther v Spider-man film than Iron Man/Cap!


#18

Yes, it’s not a big deal. And it’s not like we’re ever going to really know anyway, unless they publicly reveal exactly how much they’ve altered their plans to incorporate Spidey.


#19

Some reports from questionable-at-best news sites said that the original storyline was supposed to be a continuation of the Winter Soldier plot, and when Marvel re-upped Robert Downey Jr’s deal, they decided to do Civil War instead of Iron Man 4.


#20

Leaked Email From Marvel CEO Is A Listicle About Why Women Can’t Be Superheroes