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Mortal Kombat (2024)

2020.11.22 05:00 DCMovies Mortal Kombat (2024)

Mortal Kombat sees Shinnok and Quan Chi enacting their plan, leading an army of undead revenants of those that were killed in Shao Kahn's invasion of Earthrealm. A team of warriors led by Raiden, Johnny Cage, Kenshi Takahashi, and Sonya Blade oppose them, and in the ensuing battle, Shinnok is imprisoned within his amulet and various warriors are resurrected and freed from his control, though Quan Chi escapes. Adaptation of mortal Kombat X with minor changes
Directed By: Chad Stahelski
Produced by: Ed Boon, John Tobias, Guillermo del Toro
Written by: Chad Stahelski




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2020.06.27 21:52 GhostJumperHD Unable to transoce Movie

When trying to optimize some Movies I get this:
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After some time it shows up as a failed transcode.
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2020.06.17 02:13 aa_diorr If you choose your partner based off of appearance solely because you want your kids to come out looking a certain way, or to have certain features, then thats kinda weird. I get wanting your kids to have good genes, but still, just hear me out

I think this is an unpopular opinion because of how so many people say “people like what they like, you can’t change preferences” and I agree with that. Regardless of race, sexual orientation, or gendesex, people like what they like and that’s okay. But usually preferences are in terms of what you find attractive in a partner. Not in a child.
This came across my mind because I remember one time earlier in the year, before quarantine shut down our campus, my classmate, who is 6’5” mentioned that later in life when he gets married, he plans on marrying a women who is about 5’9” and over so he can ensure that his future kids are tall. He thinks tall people are attractive. I can understand wanting to marry a tall woman. That’s okay because that’s your preference in a partner and that’s fine. But I do not understand why he wants this tall feature to be passed down to his kids. The height of his kids should not matter because his kids do not owe him physical attraction.
If you have a “preference” for what your own child looks like, then that’s kinda weird to me. Having a preference in your partner is fine because you’re going to be in an actual, romantic and/or sexual relationship with your partner. You aren’t going to be in a romantic/sexual relationship with your kids. So it shouldn’t matter if you will find your kids attractive or not because that attraction will serve no purpose to you. You are not you’re kid’s romantic partner. And even if your kid does inherit a feature that you subjectively don’t find attractive, then that’s fine because your child’s future parter will find that attractive later in life and that’s all that matters.
Consider the following scenario: Let’s say you are personally attracted to blonds with small lips, and you are not attracted to red-head/gingers with big lips. So then you marry a partner that’s blond with small lips. Lets call her Stacy. So let’s say Stacy’s mom is a red-head/ginger with big lips. So then you and Stacy have a baby. Lets say the gingebig lips genes that came from Stacy’s mom passed a generation (because it didn’t go to Stacy herself, Stacy is blond with small lips) and went to you and Stacy’s kid. Now your child has features that you personally find unattractive. This should not matter because: a) Stacy is your partner and your kid isn’t b) your child inheriting features that you find unattractive will serve as no relevance to you, seeing as how you won’t be kissing your kids lips/making out with your kid, or caressing her hair in a flirty fashion as you do Stacy, your actual partner c) you are just one person. Just because you don’t find red heads with big lips attractive doesn’t mean the world doesn’t. There are lots of people that your kid will meet when they get older that could very much love gingers with big lips, and will be a great partner to your kid. Just because they have features that you don’t like does not mean they won’t find love or it will be harder for them to date. Everyone is different.
Even if your future kids come out looking as good as Beyoncé or something then that still will serve you literally no purpose. Good looking children are not status symbols. You’re not gonna get a pat on the back for having good looking kids. And even if you do, it means nothing. You can’t live vicariously through your good looking kids.
Kids are not video game characters who’s figures/physique/features can be controlled. You do not have a monopoly over the beauty of your own child. Your future child is not an automatic beauty pageant contestant for the world to view. They do not owe it to you for you to find them attractive. Your kids owe you nothing in terms of attraction.
Don’t get me wrong, I understand that its okay to acknowledge your partner’s beauty and be happy that your kids will inherit such beauty. Or the generic comments like “oh she’s so cute, her parents have great genes” or “he’s so handsome, his parents gave him the genetic lottery” or something. That’s fine. I even once watched this move with Ashton Kutcher and Zoe Saldana (I can’t remember the name of the movie) and there was this really cute scene where Ashton said something like “I think you’re so beautiful and I can’t wait to have kids that look like you”. And I think that’s really sweet and adorable. Stuff like that is fine.
But once you start pinpointing specific physical features or traits you claim your child must have to in order be beautiful, then that’s kind of weird to me.
As long as they are physically healthy, practice good hygene, and are not at risk for inheriting features that are dangerous to their health, then that is all that matters.
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2020.05.14 13:30 toutfilm Avatar 2 : Une photo de Zoe Saldana et Kate Winslet donne un nouvel aperçu des prouesses techniques du film Alors que la date de sortie d'Avatar 2 a... #aperçu #avatar #des #donne #film #kate #nouvel #photo #prouesses #saldana #techniques #une #winslet #zoe

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2020.04.06 12:38 crazysouthie Did Paramount wait too long to release a sequel to Star Trek (2009)?

Star Trek (2009) despite its polarising response by many Trekkies made the franchise mainstream again after decades. After a big marketing campaign and excellent reviews, it opened with an excellent $75 million in North America and had an excellent multiplier of 3.4 to end up with $257 million. It was the fourth highest grossing film of the summer behind Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Up and Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. Its overseas gross was less impressive with $127 million. Yet its $385 million gross was solid and the positive feedback primarily from people who were now introduced to Star Trek made it seem like the kind of film that could reignite a franchise (like Batman Begins). Its DVD and Blu Ray sales also made it clear that word of mouth was extremely strong. It sold over 8 million DVDs and over 3 million Blu Rays making it one of the best-selling home video titles in 2009. Its cast was also made up of rising stars including the likes of Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana and Anton Yelchin who were likely to be in the public eye for several years.
Unfortunately, despite Paramount's desire to release the movie in 2011, script development took longer. Even by December 2010, there was no script for the film. Meanwhile Abrams started working on Super 8. In 2010, a release date of June 2012 was set. By the end of 2011, it was pushed back six months to the end of 2012 and finally to May of 2013. Production on the film wrapped only in May 2012.
The producers including Damon Lindelof, Alex Kurtzman, and Roberto Orci envisioned this film as The Dark Knight, following a frequent Hollywood trend of darker sequels. It likely proved to be a mistake given the more muted critical response to Into Darkness since the movie's optimistic tone was likely one of its selling points. Into Darkness was heavily marketed. 9 minutes premiered before IMAX screenings of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. There was a 30 second teaser at the Superbowl. The movie's marketing was unfocused however because of a creative decision that hampered the marketing - hiding the reveal of Khan as the villain. Abrams and the writers had brought back one of the series most iconic villains into their story and the moment Benedict Cumberbatch was cast, speculation was rife over the identity of his character. For months actors from the film did interviews where they denied the fact that he played Khan. When the film finally released, the very obvious reveal of Cumberbatch's character ticked off Trekkies who were looking for the franchise to move into a new direction. It also proved to be a silly decision since it didn't galvanise the general audience since he wasn't sold as the big bad, the Joker in their marketing narrative. The film opened with $70 million ($5 million less than the first movie's opening despite four years of inflation, likely anticipation and 3D surcharges). It finished with $228 million domestically and $238 million overseas (while that was an increase from the first, it again wasn't necessarily a big jump given expansions of screens available in overseas markets and hefty 3D surcharges). Its $467 million worldwide gross easily made it the highest grossing Star Trek film but with a heavy $190 million budget and a pricey marketing campaign, it's unlikely it broke even theatrically.
Paramount's biggest mistake was to not strike when the iron was hot. Star Trek's success in 2009 should have led to immediate development of a sequel.
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2020.02.15 21:14 newsfeedmedia Zoe Saldana and Nicole Richie go on a Valentine’s Day double date with their husbands

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2019.12.07 04:59 newsfeedmedia Zoe Saldana kisses husband Marco Perego at WeHo lunch date… after slamming trolls over fake nudes

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2019.11.28 04:22 Xftg1232 Disney's Billion Dollar Dominance: A Timeline of how Disney dominated the box office

Ever wondered how Disney came to dominate the box office with multiple billion dollar grossers? Well, this is the timeline that'll explain things. In here will be any notable dates, moments, and/or facts regarding Disney, actors, directors, etc as well as their billion dollar dominance. All of it will be bullet pointed.
So, let's begin with the first time this all started, in 2006.
2006: Pirates Of The Caribbean Dead's Man Chest
2006: Disney buys Pixar for 7.4B
2009: Disney buys Marvel Entertainment for 4B
2010: Toy Story 3, Alice In Wonderland
2011: Pirates Of The Caribbean On Stranger Tides
2012: Disney buys Lucasfilms for 4B
2012: The Avengers
2013: Frozen, Iron Man 3
2015: The Force Awakens, Age Of Ultron
2016: Captain America Civil War, Finding Dory, Zootopia, Rogue One
2017: The Last Jedi, Beauty And The Beast
And then, the craziest years for Disney began: 2018 and 2019.
2018: Avengers Infinity War, Black Panther, Incredibles 2
2019: Disney buys Fox for 71B
2019: Avengers Endgame, The Lion King, Toy Story 4, Captain Marvel, Aladdin
By the end of this year, Disney will have 25 movies that are in the 1B club.
2019 Bonus: Spider-Man Far From Home
So yeah, that's the overall timeline. Here's the timeline again, minus the fun facts and more so notable moments:
And 2019 is not over for the studio! With Frozen 2 and The Rise Of Skywalker remaining, Disney will end the 2010s decade with 25 billion dollar films, three of those movies at 2B.
I mean, this a studio that started out with 1 movie to cross 1B, in 2006.
Then they got Pixar in that same year (2006). Now the studio has at 4 billion dollar films.
They got Marvel in 2009. Now they got 10 billion dollar movies during the decade (2010s), two of them made 2B!
They got Lucasfilms in 2012. Now they have 3 movies in the billion dollar club, one ended up making 2B!
The Disney live action remakes? We went from 1 making the club, to 4 being in the club.
Walt Disney Animation Studios. They got 2 in the billion dollar club.
By 2012, Disney only had 5 movies that hit 1B.
By 2017, they got to 15 movies that hit 1B.
Disney has been dominating the box office due to making good movies, great marketing, support from fans and/or fandoms around the world, and making the right purchases (Lucasfilms, Marvel, and Pixar).
And of course, Bob Iger. The man himself bringing Disney to big success at the box office throughout this 2010s decade.
So yeah, overall, that's a timeline of Disney and their billion dollar dominance of that box office.
It's definitely going to keep on going during 2019, and likely during the next decade: the 2020s.
We will have to see.
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2019.10.23 19:35 Anonymous_1-2-3-4-5 MCU Movies Behind the Scenes Facts *Wanted to do this for fun* Avengers: Endgame *UPDATED* Post 2

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Endgame Post 1

121. Writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely expressed their belief Steve Rogers travelling back in time to live with Peggy Carter would not have created an alternate timeline. This prompted a lot of fan speculation about where else the character might have appeared, with some speculating an older Steve might have appeared at Peggy's funeral in Captain America: Civil War. Markus has now reacted to that theory, though he doesn't confirm or deny it. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Markus reacted to the theory, saying, "I would very much like that. There is no set explanation for Cap's time travel. I mean, we've had public disagreements with [directors Anthony and Joe Russo] about what it necessarily means [laughs], but I love the idea of there being two Steve Rogers in the timeline. One who lived a long life with Peggy and is in the background of that funeral scene watching his young self carry his wife's coffin up. Not just for the time travel mumbo jumbo of it, but for the just weird, personal pain and satisfaction that would be happening between two Steve Rogers there. I kind of love it." Although Markus and McFeely do not believe Steve created an alternate timeline when he went to the past to live with Peggy Carter, directors Joe and Anthony Russo dispute that take, explaining the rules of the movie's time travel mean Steve must have created an alternate timeline. Markus and McFeely, for their part, claim Steve is actually the father of Peggy's children.

122. The scene at Avenger's Headquarters was Brie Larson's first day on set as Carol Danvers, it was shot before Marvel Studios' Captain Marvel went into production.

123. Above the stage at the support group meeting is the inscription "For God and Country, In Memorial to Chaplain Matthew Haggerty". Matt Haggerty was the 2nd assistant director for both Avengers: Infinity War (2018) and Avengers: Endgame (2019), as well as Arrested Development (2003) in which the Russo Brothers directed several episodes.

124. There was a brief time during the writing stage that saw Thanos returning to Earth and tossing 2012 Captain America's head on the floor.

125. The Russo Brothers begin shooting days with rehearsal, which allows for script changes to be implemented by the time of shooting in the afternoon.

126. When we first see Howard Stark in the Camp Lehigh sequence, he's wandering the lab calling out for "Arnim." This is a subtle reminder that Arnim Zola worked for SHIELD after WWII, setting the stage for one of the key scenes in Captain America: Winter Soldier.

127. Tony figures out his time traveling model after he draws "mild inspiration" from a photo of him and Peter, in which they're holding an inverted diploma.

128. Rhodey mentions Star Trek in his list of films about time travel. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has featured several actors from the Star Trek franchise: Damion Poitier, Miguel Ferrer, Chris Hemsworth, Alice Krige, Karl Urban, Benedict Cumberbatch, Idris Elba, and Zoe Saldana.

129. James D'Arcy, who plays Stark's butler Edwin Jarvis, is the only actor, as of yet, to go from television to the films.

130. When Thanos faces Scarlet Witch he says "I don't even know who you are." Josh Brolin and Elizabeth Olsen, who played the respective characters, also starred in "Old Boy", a crucial plot development of which was that he doesn't know her true identity.

131. All of the Quantum Realm suits worn in "Endgame" are VFX creations because the film's production had to start before the costume design team could finalize what the suits would look like. "Endgame" VFX producer Jen Underdahl reveals as much in a WIRED documentary about the extensive special effects work that went into the Marvel movie (via ScreenRant). "Endgame" was shot back-to-back with "Infinity War" and the production had a tight schedule in order to meet the film's April 2019 release date. Waiting for the costume designers to finalize the suits was not an option. "The time suits are a combination of Ant-Man, Tony Stark, and Guardians tech. That took quite a while for us to land on," Underdahl said. "By the time we got a final version, we were already in principal photography. We knew we were going to build them anyway, since they had to 'nano' on and off with Tony's tech, and it ended up being that the costume department didn't have time to develop, fit, and fabricate all the costumes for those hero characters, so we ended up doing them digitally." The VFX team also had to digitally create Captain Marvel's full costume any time the Brie Larson superhero appears in "Endgame." Larson shot her scenes for "Endgame" because she was starting production on her standalone "Captain Marvel" movie, so the costume designers on that film were still figuring out the specifics of her costume when production on "Endgame" got underway. "Her suit, every time you see it in the movie, when she's in her full costume, is digital. Again, the designs for those suits were not ready in time for us to photograph Brie. When you saw her at the beginning, as she's rescuing Tony Stark, when you see her come back, when she's talking to Nat in the Avengers compound, with Rocket and Nebula, and then in the final battle when she comes back and kind of saves the day, that's all the digital suit." Creating digital costume is one of the reasons "Endgame" contains more VFX shots than most contemporary comic book films. The decision to use CGI costumes speaks to Hollywood's larger production trends on tentpoles, where release dates are set in advance and any delay in filming could be a nightmare for release.

132. A keen-eyed Redditor caught that, during Captain Marvel's blitz on the Mad Titan, she plants her boot firmly in his left palm, to prevent him from closing the fist wearing the Infinity Gauntlet. Of course, at the time, the Avengers were unaware that Thanos had "used the Stones to destroy the Stones," so their attack was coordinated around exploiting the one weakness of the most powerful weapon in the galaxy.

133. The major wrinkle of taking the Infinity Stones creating multiple timelines is addressed at the end of Avengers: Endgame, with Steve Rogers returning them - along with Mjolnir - back to their original time periods. Assuming Cap does this correctly (as implied), that means the actions surrounding the Reality Stone in Thor: The Dark World, the Space Stone in 1970, the Mind Stone in The Avengers, the Time Stone in 2012 and the Soul Stone in 2014 are all reverted to normal: he erases the timelines created by their removal. The question of how exactly Steve returned the Soul Stone, or his reaction to Red Skull being its guardian, is left to audiences' imaginations. What that does leave is a pretty startling implication: this always happened. Rocket always stole the Aether from Jane, Howard Stark always bumped into grown-up Tony on the day of his son's birth, the Ancient One always talked to Banner four years before her death. It's a linear timeline and all of this was going on in the background of the MCU all along. While that's a retcon by anyone's reasoning, it is rather tight; none of the mentioned past-future interactions directly contradict the timeline.

134. When we see the young Hank Pym, he is roughly the age that Michael Douglas was when he starred in The Streets of San Francisco (1972). His hair on that show was his normal blonde color, whereas in this film it is dark brown. However it is the same exact hairstyle.

135. This was the first MCU film to feature both the Hulk and Ant-Man.

136. At one point, Nebula tells Rhodey that she's not been always like that. Rhodey answers that neither has he. This could be a nod to the character's actor replacement after the first Iron Man film, but more likely is a reference to the bionic leg braces Rhodey wears to walk since his accidental paralysis in "Captain America: Civil War" (2016), which was the second MCU movie to be directed by Joe and Anthony Russo.

137. The very first time Thor and Star-Lord meet in Infinity War, the two are butting heads in a show of alpha male dominance. The ending to Endgame makes it clear that rivalry hasn't cooled one bit in the five years since.

138. In the scene where Scott Lang returns to his van in a storage locker, Ken Jeong has a cameo as a security officer.

139. Iron Man and Rescue take center stage in a shot where the two characters stand back to back and unload a huge arsenal against Thanos' forces. This is similar to a scene in Iron Man 2 where Iron Man and War Machine make their final stand against Whiplash's drones.

140. When we see 2012 Thor mention going for a "bit of lunch," it's a reference to the post-credit scene from The Avengers, where the group is seen eating shawarma.

141. One reason behind the five-year-jump is that "it allows all those characters to get really close to being 'quote-unquote' complete people."

142. When the Avengers confront Thanos on his retirement planet, they discover that Thanos destroyed the Stones and that doing so nearly killed him. Five years later, Tony snaps his gauntlet to destroy Thanos and his army, but since Tony is not as strong as Thanos, he is killed by the power of the Stones. Tony's knowledge of this reinforces his Heroic Sacrifice since he was aware of the cost but did it anyways.

143. Vanity Fair spoke to Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus. It was there the screenwriters broke down how they went about dissecting the film's big deaths. "I think really all we were handed was Thanos, which necessitates the use of the Infinity Stones - which are this, this, and this throughout the MCU - and 'if you want to get rid of people, you can, but you're under no obligation to just kill them willy nilly.' And that was just about all," Markus said. Of course, the pair did not decide to kill people on a whim. McFeely stressed their decisions were not made randomly, but they did need to figure out which characters would even be in the film to axe. "There were a bunch of obvious implications from that," Markus said before adding, "Namely, we could bring in the Guardians, because two of Thanos' stepdaughters were on that ship. It could be anybody from anywhere, and in fact should be."

144. They did talk to actual quantum physicists, when addressing the idea of time travel, the writers started with google, but Markus also revealed that they consulted actual experts on quantum mechanics and time travel who confirmed that said "If it could happen, that's one of the ways it could happen." also, the sequence of the Avengers figuring out their time travel routes is pretty much a recreation of what it was like for the writers.

145. Making Steve Rogers look like an old man was no easy for the Russo's and their VFX team. Luckily, the team had some solid reference in methods used on Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) to help them pull off the look of Steve Rogers, a new character having lived an entire life and growing into an old man. "We then started casting for a skin double, looking around for an old guy who approximates the same face and age of Cap, or what Cap would be," Jen Underdahl, Marvel's visual effects producer said. "We shot in the same lighting conditions right after Chris performs. He gives the same lines, he tries to emulate Chris' performance as much as possible so it doesn't take a whole lot of hammering when you put it on Chris' face." Then, another actor had to step in or sit in for Captain America actor Chris Evans. "In addition to the skin double, you also need to give him an older man's body, an older man's sort of overall profile," Underdahl said. "To do so, we'll do an overall warp on his body and literally squish him down so he fits in the plate as this character." This is where the technology used on the first Captain America movie from 2011 came in handy. "We did the same sort of thing though not with as heavy a hand with old Cap. They took some neck off of him, so he wasn't quite as beefy here, and we shrunk his shoulders to give him that 106-year-old super soldier look."

146. Reportedly, Endgame cost anywhere between $350-400 million to produce. Unadjusted for inflation, that undoubtedly makes it one of the most expensive films ever made - if not the most. The current official record-holder is Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, which cost $379 million. Infinity War came in at $316 million and Age of Ultron cost $365 million. No other MCU installment had a budget of more than $230 million (Captain America: Civil War).

147. Took 11 days to reach 2 billion dollars at the box office that's double the amount avengers infinity war made in 11 days

148. In 2012, a handcuffed Loki briefly shapeshifts into Captain America to annoy Thor. Some time later, when present-day Steve is about to walk out of the compound with the Mind Stone in the scepter, his 2012 self sees him and immediately thinks he's a disguised Loki.

149. Mark Ruffalo and Scarlett Johansson share a birthday, November 22. That date is also connected to several time travel films: 11.22.63 (2016) involves traveling back in time to prevent the JFK assassination, while the films Back to the Future Part II (1989) and Star Trek: First Contact (1996) were released that day, and it was also the day before Doctor Who (2005) premiered, a show that later would feature Karen Gillan.


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2019.10.16 03:23 Ficboy The MCU: What Should Be Changed

Hello, good folks of MarvelStudios i've been watching been this website for quite a while not to mention commenting there on numerous times about the past, present and future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and even on the official Discord server. I have watched almost every movie to date (except Ant-Man and the Wasp, Captain Marvel and Spider-Man: Far From Home) and have interacted on the Defenders subreddit a bit as well as being familiar enough with the non-Disney+ TV shows. I have great respect for Kevin Feige and his wonderful co. in making these movies and I am content with most decisions but there are a few that I feel from a logical standpoint should have been done very differently and these are the changes that should be.
  1. The Valkyrie casting: The main reason I'm not a huge fan of Tessa Thompson as Brunnhilde/Valkyrie is that this whole "more inclusive"/"broader representation/" reasoning by Taika Watiti doesn't make much sense at all when you consider the presence of Idris Elba as Heimdall and Tadanobu Asano as Hogun the Grim of the Warriors Three in Thor and Thor: The Dark World both already fulfill exactly what he is talking about and even himself as well. That is not even mentioning the presence of a blonde white Valkyrior member meant to represent Valkyrie of the comics in the flashback sequence in Thor: Ragnarok reaching out to the Valkyrie of the films and the other characters in MCU films such as Nick Fury, James Rhodes/War Machine, Sam Wilson/Falcon, Gamora (played by Zoe Saldana), T'Challa/Black Panther and the entirety of Wakanda and Mantis in multiple installments, Gabe Jones and Jim Morita in Captain America: The First Avenger and to a lesser extent Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Helen Cho and South Korea in Avengers: Age of Ultron, Wong in Doctor Strange, Liz Allan in Spider-Man: Homecoming, Ganke "Ned" Lee/Flash Thompson/Michelle Jones in the former film and Spider-Man: Far From Home (I referred the last one as Ganke Lee because he is essentially him all but in name). So when you basically consider all of this that I've pointed out it really makes this whole casting/racebending seem redundant to what has already been done before. But that being said while I would want to introduce a Nordic blonde Brunnhilde/Valkyrie to the big screen I am most certainly would never get rid of Tessa Thompson either let's face it firing her and kicking her out would cause backlash amongst fans and I understand that neither she nor Taika Waititi would be very happy given the former's importance. So it would be better to bring the best of two worlds that is my vision and their vision co-exist on the big screen together without completely diminishing the other in other words a comics-accurate looking Brunnhilde/Valkyrie shows up but Tessa Thompson stays and even if it isn't her I suggest another important Valkyrior member named Val who has her as a close friend/personal lovesecond-in-command after all in a world in which there is two Black Widows (Natasha Romanoff and Yelena Belova in addition to Melina), two Thors (Thor Odinson and Jane Foster), multiple Spider-People (Peter Parker, Miles Morales, Gwen Stacy, Miguel O'Hara and Pend Parker) and now two Hawkeyes (Clint Barton and Kate Bishop) what's to say we can't two Valkyries one representing the comics the other representing the films and the Valkyrior are multiple women not just one like how there are multiple Winter Soldiers. Thor: The Dark World was even close to introducing a Nordic blonde Brunnhilde/Valkyrie at one point based on concept art alone.
  2. The Captain America successor: Okay, I feel that I need to speak out against this decision. For one, the whole "opposites"/"damaged mind" explanation for why Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier isn't Captain America was only half-heartedly true to begin with since not only is he Steve Rogers/Captain America's best friend having discussed his pre-World War II life such as mentioning his mother's first name, the time when he tried to win a stuffed bear for a girl named Dolores and when he used to wear newspapers as shoes he also attended his mother's funeral but he also protected him from bullies when he was just a scrawny young man from Brooklyn. New York City, New York, went to Stark Expo with him, fought alongside each other during World War II where even during the train fight against HYDRA Nazis he held his shield and when he fell he uttered his name, when he found out that he was alive and a brainwashed assassin he did everything in his power to reach out to him and told him "I'm with you to the end of the line" echoing their friendship during the climatic fight on the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarier when he stopped HYDRA from taking over the world and when he fell into the water his friend saved and dragged out him of the water not to mention having held his shield again, even when he killed Tony Stark/Iron Man's parents he protected him and even got to use the shield for the third time this applies to when did the same with the German Special Forces chasing both of them, they were also in Wakanda after Civil War and they fought against Thanos and the Black Order when he dusted right in front of him he walked over there and their relationship has even been described as "brothers" by Anthony Russo hell of the other events I described not even his personal past/broken mind stopped him from reaching out and defending him after all this is the same person who's worked with a former criminal (Scott Lang/Ant-Man) and an ex-KGB assassin with "red in her ledger" (Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow) while in the Avengers. And as for the description of Sam Wilson/Falcon having "free will/similar ethic/military service" what the Russo brothers seem to forget is that pre-Winter Soldier Bucky Barnes was exactly just like him he had the same personality traits as him only this time it's more personal and stretches back to their childhood and World War II. Now realistically it's not a good idea to just get rid of Anthony Mackie's Sam Wilson/Falcon entirely from Captain America since it wouldn't please him or the Russo brothers so perhaps having the Captain America identity shared between his character and Sebastian Stan's Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier alternating between them can work since there have been instances of two people holding the mantle in the comics at the same time plus it can represent the past, present and future of Captain America without making it too one-sided.
  3. Mar-Vell: Honestly this was one change I suggested that actually was going to happen according to one of the directors Ryan Fleck that Mar-Vell would be the male Kree superhero of the comics even with some alterations yet one person suggested it was a good idea to gender flip her despite Annette Bering already being the Supreme Intelligence and this was a last minute change which I feel is really sloppy and unneeded. A better solution is to introduce a more comics accurate Mar-Vell/Walter Lawson as Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel's father and the Mar-Vell we saw is his former wife trying to find him but died before she could find out. We know that Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel is half-Human/half-Kree in the comics and film even having a mother who is Kree as detailed in Life of Captain Marvel so perhaps this can apply here.
  4. The Ancient One: I understand that Scott Derrickson wanted to avoid East Asian stereotypes and potential banning by the government of China over anything Tibet-related but whitewashing a Chinese/Tibetan character was a bad idea and only created more controversy. Sure Tilda Swinton is very talented and I am fine with her in the MCU like the other actors/actresses but this is not her role and the best way is to perhaps make the Ancient One a ceremonial title passed on from generation with the white female Celtic sorceress having been one of many to have held that title.
  5. The Fate of Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow and Steve Rogers/Captain America: I was not happy with what happened with the former in Avengers: Endgame pulling for some reason a sacrifice despite already having her own film and Steve Rogers/Captain America just as worthy of a heroic sacrifice as Tony Stark/Iron Man because like him he is the face of the team. At least with the former they could reverse but with the latter obviously this can't happen so the best I can do is maybe Helmut Zemo kills the old Steve Rogers/Captain America while peacefully in his own house.

Of course, I know not everyone is going to agree with me and some will have resistance but these solutions proposed are crafted so as not to leave anyone empty-handed, disappointed, angry and/ot diminsh their overall importance either. But for what it's worth this is the best I can come up with. I do this because I love the movies and the source material in general like you and I care so much about just like all of you.
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2019.09.07 06:54 Starfire-Galaxy List of famous bisexual actors, singers and writers born after 1940

Drew Barrymore - E.T. (1982), Donnie Darko (2001), 50 First Dates (2004)
Angelina Jolie - Alexander (2004), Kung Fu Panda series (2008-present), Maleficient (2014)
Andy Dick - Bongwater (1997), Inspector Gadget (1999), Hoodwinked! (2005)
Amber Heard - Pineapple Express (2008), Zombieland (2009), Aquaman (2018)
Cara Delevinge - Paper Towns (2015), Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017), Tulip Fever (2017)
Margaret Cho - Face/Off (1997), Drop Dead Diva (2009-14), Bright (2017)
Megan Fox - Confession of a Teenage Drama Queen (2004), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014-2016), Above the Shadows (2019)
Zoe Saldana - Avatar (2009), Guardians of the Galaxy series (2015-2018), Avengers: Infinity War (2019)
Lindsay Lohan - The Parent Trap (1998), Life-Size (2000), The Canyons (2013)
Kristen Stewart - Twilight series (2008-2012), Still Alice (2014), Lizzie (2018)
Ezra Miller - Every Day (2010), Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them series (2016-present), Justice League (2017)
Michelle Rodriguez - Avatar (2009), Battle: Los Angeles (2011), The Fast and the Furious series (2001-present)
Gillian Anderson - The X-Files (1993-2002, 2016-2018), From Up On Poppy Hill (2013), The Sunlit Night (2019)
Cameron Diaz - The Mask (1994), Shrek series (2001-present), Annie (2014)
Evan Rachel Wood - Digging to China (1997), Across the Universe (2007), Frozen 2 (2019)
Alan Cumming - Spice World (1997), Neverwas (2005), Hurricane Bianca (2016)
Raul Esparza - Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2012-2018)
Billie Joe Armstrong - Holiday, Wake Me Up When September Ends
Joan Baez - Diamonds & Rust, Farewell Angelina, Love Is Just A Four-Letter Word
Fergie - Clumsy, Fergalicious, My Humps
Mel B - Wannabe, Goodbye, 2 Become 1
Frank Ocean - Novacane, Chanel, Whip Appeal
Sia - My Love, Elastic Heart, Cheap Thrills
Halsey - Americana, Closer, Without Me
Kehlani - Nights Like This, You Should Be Here, Good Life
Amy Winehouse - Back to Black, Tears Dry On Their Own, Valerie
Cardi B - I Like It, Bodak Yellow, Please Me
Kesha - Tik Tok, Your Love Is My Drug, We R Who We R
Janelle Monae - We Are Young, Yoga, Make Me Feel
Grace Jones - Slave to the Rhythm, I'm Not Perfect But I'm Perfect For You, This Is Life
Vanessa Carlton - One Thousand Years, Twilight, Ordinary Day
Freddie Mercury - Love of My Life, Fat Bottomed Girls, Somebody to Love
David Bowie - When The World Falls Down, Be My Wife, Starman
Lady Gaga - Shallow, Eh Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say), Hey Girl
Christina Aguilara - Genie in a Bottle, Ain't No Other Man, Can't Hold Us Down
Lou Reed - Satellite of Love, I Love You Suzanne, Charley's Girl
Bjork - Army of Me, Venus As A Boy, Stonemilker
Azealia Banks - Anna Wintour, Liquorice, Yung Rapunxel
Sara Ramirez - Break My Heart, Eye to Eye, Rollercoaster
Ola Salo - The Worrying Kind, Have You Ever Heard A Song, 2000 Light-Years of Darkness
Melanie Martinez - Mad Hatter, Crybaby, Tag You're It
Kurt Cobain - Smells Like Teen Spirit
Janis Joplin - Me and My Bobby McGee, Piece of Me
Ani DeFranco - Little Plastic Castle, Origami, Still My Heart
Leslie Cheung - Silence is Golden, Past Love, Left Right Hand
Demi Lovato - Confident, Give Your Heart A Break, Sorry Not Sorry
Jake Arnott - He Kills Coppers (2001), The Long Firm (1999)
Sofi Oksanen - When the Doves Disappeared (2012), Norma (2015)
A.M. Holmes - The End of Alice (1996), May We Be Forgiven (2012)
Patience Agbabi - Transformatrix (2000), Telling Tales (2014)
Jaime Bayly - The Night is Virgin (1997), The Crippled and the Crazy (2009)
Sapphire - Push (1996)
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2019.08.28 19:22 autobuzzfeedbot The 25 worst movies of the 2000s

  1. 2003's "The Room" is so bad, but has one of the largest cult followings who watch the movie every year. They can quote the movie from beginning to end, and even resulted in an Oscar-nominated movie about the making of the "worst movie of all time."
  2. Halle Berry couldn't save 2004's "Catwoman" when she portrayed the titular superhero.
  3. Another parody film to satirize a number of movies, "2008's "Disaster Movie" is heralded as one of the worst.
  4. Based on L. Ron Hubbard's sci-fi novel of the same name, 2000's "Battlefield Earth" centers on a rebellion by humans against aliens who have ruled and destroyed Earth over a thousand years.
  5. Based on the Dr. Seuss book of the same name, 2003's "The Cat in the Hat" follows a cat who comes into the lives of two kids who were left home alone and causes mischief.
  6. 2006's "The Wicker Man" is a remake of the 1973 horror movie of the same name.
  7. 2009's "Dragonball Evolution" is the first adaptation of the "Dragon Ball" Japanese manga series.
  8. 2005's "The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3-D" is about an imaginative boy who finds out his made-up world and heroes are more real than he thought.
  9. Britney Spears, Zoe Saldana, and Taryn Manning play three childhood best friends who embark on a cross country road trip and reconnect in 2002's "Crossroads."
  10. Dana Carvey uses his comedic skills to portray Pistachio Disguisey, a man with the ability to mimic and disguise himself as a number of characters, in 2002's "The Master of Disguise" as he attempts to save his parents.
  11. Eddie Murphy's comedic prowess couldn't save 2007's "Norbit," in which Murphy played three different characters, including a timid man and an obese, mean-spirited woman.
  12. 2007's "Epic Movie" is another parody film that satirizes a number of hit movies including "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe," the "Harry Potter" films, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," and "Pirates of the Caribbean" and follows four orphans.
  13. 2000's "The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas" is a prequel to 1994's "The Flinstones" and tells the story of how Fred and Barney met Wilma and Betty.
  14. 2005's "Son of the Mask" is a superhero comedy and sequel to "The Mask."
  15. 2005's "BloodRayne" is a video game adaptation and the third movie by Uwe Boll to be featured on this list.
  16. Paris Hilton won a Razzie for starring in 2008's "The Hottie & the Nottie" as a hot girl who has an ugly friend.
  17. 2008's "Prom Night" is a slasher film and loose remake of the 1980 film of the same name about a girl whose prom night takes a turn for the worse when a dangerous killer, who's obsessed with her, escapes from prison.
  18. From the creators of "Date Movie," 2008's "Meet the Spartans" was another parody film that referenced films like "300."
  19. Jason Statham is a farmer who must save his wife and his kingdom in 2007's "In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale."
  20. Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck play two gangsters who fall in love in 2003's "Gigli."
  21. 2000's "Dungeons & Dragons" is based on the role-playing game of the same name.
  22. In 2003, "Dumb and Dumber" got a prequel movie called "Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd."
  23. 2006's "Date Movie" is a parody of a number of different romantic comedies and action films.
  24. "House of the Dead " is a 2003 horror film adapted from a 1996 horror arcade game.
  25. 2005's "The Fog" is a remake of the 1980 horror movie of the same name.
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2019.06.30 04:53 aiaab-throwaway My (24, M) relationship with my (22, M) brother has been suffering ever since he got a boyfriend (37, M)

To be clear, I don’t have a problem with my brother’s sexuality. I found out he was bi a while back and support him completely. But I don’t support his relationship with his boyfriend.
First of all, there’s the age gap. I don’t feel like I have to explain this one. I wouldn’t want to date a woman 15 years older than me (except maybe Rachel McAdams, AJ Cook or Zoe Saldana, but it’s not like that would ever actually happen). Too big an age gap and it would be like dating your parent.
Which brings us to my second point - my brother has daddy issues.
Some background: my brother found out he was adopted when he was seventeen but even before that he believed Dad didn’t love him as much as he loved me, and that he punished him too much and scared him. Sure, he was harsh sometimes, but it was like my brother was trying to annoy him on a lot of those occasions, trying to prove him right instead of proving himself whenever he was criticised. And sure Dad was aggressive after our mother died, but he was grieving. Around this time my brother kept provoking him and things were especially tense at home. He kept insisting that no one wanted him or loved him now Mum was gone and that he was going to kill himself (he’d already attempted twice before). They must have had some kind of serious argument because I came home one day to find my brother had moved out. It wasn’t the first time - he’d run away from home twice as a teenager and both times it was only our mother who could get him to come back. He ignored my calls for a while and when he finally spoke to me, he said he was never talking to our dad again.
So basically he’s a bit of a mess. Fast forward a month or two then in comes an older man who decides he’s the best thing in the world, and suddenly my brother is a completely different person. It’s almost as if he’s changing himself for this guy - he’s started wearing more feminine clothing and stuff (like heels and nail polish), he’s put on weight (he used to be super skinny so he’s not fat, just more regular sized but it’s still weird), and he’s going to parties when he was basically a complete recluse before. I found out recently that they sometimes smoke weed together and I don’t think my brother touched any kind of drugs before getting with this guy.
He’s also never used the word abusive to describe our father before, but suddenly he’s decided he was abused. He told me this as if he expected me to agree and not defend our father, especially against an accusation from someone known to be melodramatic (seriously, he’s SO melodramatic, anything could end up being like the end of the world to him). When I did, he got all upset and acted like I was betraying him.
I wanted to be happy for him. My brother seems to really like this guy and he’s never had a serious relationship before (or at least not one where he’s introduced me). But on top of all this, I think this guy’s a dick. When I met him, he was way too affectionate with my brother (who was NEVER physically affectionate before but was practically cuddling him in the booth) and to some extent with me, way too touchy-feely, and he seems to get distracted mid conversation all the time. My brother says he’s just “eccentric” and “flamboyant” and that he likes it, but it pissed me off.
When I tried to talk to him about it, my brother got really pissed off. He’s got an excuse for everything (the age gap is fine because they’re both adults and dating pools for gay and bi men are smaller, the change in behaviour is because he’s “free” and “healthier” now, everyone experiments with drugs at some point, he really likes this guy and “nothing else should matter”), and he insisted I’m trying to ruin his happiness “just like our father” when I kept pushing for answers. I told him I was worried his boyfriend would take advantage of him or hurt him, and he just laughed in my face and said [boyfriends name] was the only man who had never hurt him. He accused me of being homophobic and claimed this all being about me not wanting to see him in a relationship with a man, and said that if I couldn’t accept it, he’d cut me out too. He’s always been difficult and dramatic, but this is next level. I love my brother and I don’t want to lose him to some weird guy, but it seems like he’d choose said weird guy over me if he had to. How do I handle this?
TL;DR: my bisexual brother enters into a relationship with an older man, changes, and threatens to cut me out if I don’t blindly accept it.
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2019.04.14 19:36 darkchrome [NA] Missing Link just had the 2nd worst opening weekend for a Super-Wide released animated movie. Here’s what went wrong.

Lakia’s fifth and latest stop-motion animated feature debuted this weekend, and to say things are looking bad would be an understatement. The company’s films have never been box-office giants by any stretch of the imagination, but this opening is so low that the gap between the estimated $5.84 million and the previous worst opening for Laika, Kubo and the Two Strings’ $12.6 million, would still be more money. The worst opening weekend for a Super-Wide released animated movie, Strange Magic, is only worse by a measly $350,000, and that was a barely-marketed January release put out thanks to sheer obligation by Disney as an after-product of the LucasFilm buyout. A well-recieved film that was marketed to a much higher extent by a respected film studio just barely beat it, and perhaps sold roughly the same amount of tickets. After, a critically-panned teen flick based on a WattPad story, grossed more this weekend than this. So what went wrong? Perhaps the easier question is what went right, but I’ll press on.
The Release Date
Perhaps the easiest one to notice at a cursory glance is this factor. And no, it’s not just being released two weeks before Endgame. Some other films released around now are performing half-decently, though all four quadrants of filmgoers saving their money for Endgame plays into it a bit. Three other wide releases came out this week, and this meant for a congested film space and not a lot of room to stand out. The other strictly family film still active in theaters is Dumbo, which is underperforming, but is still large enough in comparison for a lot of families to choose the established Disney brand over the Laika curiosity this weekend. Where Endgame starts to play a factor again is the legs. Now that the opening weekend was so abysmal, it is doubtful that it could recover to similar final legs, let alone grosses of Laika’s other films. Come third weekend, Endgame could take away a vast majority of Missing Link’s theaters just to keep up with demand because, well, it's their weakest link. The only hope is Easter weekend, but that still won’t be enough unless the hold is unbelievable, which I sadly doubt it will be.
The Art Style/Stop-Motion
But release date alone isn't why it's doing this bad. It has been talked to death how audiences do not gravitate to any animation medium that's not CGI, and that holds true for this as well. If this was a pure CG flick, it would have made more close to $10 million for sure. Beyond just the medium, the art style was not appealing to a lot of people. Mr. Link was the focus for this movie, and he is by nature not a cute creature, which may have steered away general audiences.
The film was not presented as similar to Laika's previous efforts
Laika's previous films have connections to each other that made their style distinct. They all starred child characters with big eyes and smooth faces with one element of their faces pointed. This film has an entirely adult cast, and the designs of the humans favor more fully pointed faces and exaggerated features. Mr. Link especially looks unlike anything they done before. This also plays to the art style element, as if you looked at the designs, you would almost think that it was an Aardman flick. Also the tone was presented as more strictly comedic, which the film definitely is if not to the extent of the trailers, when Laika's previous films had a sinister or mysterious underbelly to it. This film does too, again not to the same extent, but the marketing did not convey it at all.
It straddled the line between being a kid’s movie and not a kid’s movie
This movie got a B+ Cinemascore, which is actually weak for an animated family film. Animations rarely score below A-, and The Emoji Movie got a B in comparison. I think it's because there's more directly adult things in it compared to your average Pixar or DreamWorks film. There's frequent gunfights, long talks about political matters, and more overtly adult humor in comparison, so parents scoring may have been taken aback from it. Granted, this is nothing new, as Laika has gotten the same score for all their films with the exception of Kubo's A, but combine the trailers not communicating these aspects with a already muted interest means WOM was not great from the get-go. The audience they were targeting to was alienated, and it's now too late to market to the typical fans of Laika-like films.
Annapurna did not know how to market or distribute this
For all previous Laika movies, Focus Features, a label under NBC/Universal, distributed them. Now I'm not sure what was the reason for this switch, whether it be their previous films' constantly middling results, or the fact that Universal now has both Illumination and DreamWorks so a third studio may be overkill, whatever. But Annapurna dropped the ball on this one. As I mentioned multiple times, the trailers did not effectively show off the environments in the film and only really highlighted the comedy, making the film appear more strictly kiddy and basic than it actually is. And while the trailers were in front of a lot of stuff, any promotion outside of the theater was minimal, which is fine for smaller low-budget indie releases, but disastrous for a wide-appealing family film with a far larger budget. Hugh Jackman plays the main character, and is currently the hottest ticket with a strong following thanks to The Greatest Showman. Why did none of the marketing play into this besides a two-second appearance of his name in the trailer? Why not a talk show interview or two? Same with Zoe Saldana thanks to the MCU. They could have done so much more but hoped it would coast along, and now both Annapurna and Laika have serious trouble on their hands.
I saw the movie this movie last Friday and very much enjoyed it. It's no Kubo or Coraline, but it's insanely charming, well-written and a fine addition to the Laika canon. It's just a shame it's performing as horribly as it is.
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2019.03.27 21:19 AlwaysBi The last 10 years has been filled with comic films to the point that we get multiple films a year, the MCU is globally the highest grossing franchise and the genre dominates the box office whenever a film is out. Do you think this genre has changed the movie industry and how do you feel about that?

As the title says. The past decade has been rife with superhero movies. The 2000s started with Fox’s X-Men, followed shortly by Sony’s Spider-Man and Universal’s HULK, which brought the superhero genre back to life after the abysmal failures of Batman and Robin and Batman Forever. The genre was dead until these films came out, and as soon as they did, the genre was revitalised with lesser known characters, aside from Spider-Man, being brought to the big screen. Batman eventually made his triumphant return in Batman Begins, which was, of course, followed by the hit sequel, the Dark Knight, winning an Oscar as well.
Obviously, there were failures. Fox had X3: The Last Stand. Sony had Spider-Man 3, forcing them to reboot three years later. DC suffered their fair share of misses as well. As much as I enjoyed it, Superman Returns was not a success and did not succeed in bringing the big blue Boy Scout back to the big screen, and was followed by shudder Green Lantern.
But then, a miracle happened. In 2008, Marvel Studios released Iron Man. A character known to avid comic readers but to the general audience, this was an unknown character. Portrayed by RDJ, not long out of rehab, the film proved to be a big success. In many ways, it was different to the usual comic book movie, but proved that even lesser known characters can be big hits in the movies. The next four years changed the game completely, with Marvel Studios releasing another Iron Man movie, a Thor Movie, a Hulk movie and a Captain America movie. Two of those characters were, again, unknowns, but were massive hits with fans and the box office. To some casual viewers, including myself at the time, they were not aware of the fact that these movies shared a universe but in 2012, Marvel Studios released a movie which changed the genre forever, Avengers Assemble. A film that brought together these great characters in an epic story proving that team up superhero films could work, as well as paving the groundwork for the next seven years.
Post Avengers Assemble, the superhero genre rose even more. Marvel Studios went from released one or two films a year to three or maybe four. They continued to introduce unknown characters to their franchise, with their most popular unknowns being the Guardians of the Galaxy. Their plot lines also adapted, with complex political and emotional elements being brought to the forefront. The Winter Soldier was an epic spy espionage thriller, with an all star cast and a fantastic villain. Guardians of the Galaxy was the perfect mix of comedy, seriousness and action, with a great team with fantastic portrayals from Dave Bautista, Bradley Cooper as a Racoon with some spectacular CGI, Chris Pratt, who went from being a dad-bod comedy actor who starred in comedy shows to a muscular hunk who went on to star in big franchises, including Jurassic Park, Vin Diesel, who whilst not the most dynamic actor, brilliantly portrayed Groot and managed to project great emotion through three simple words and Zoe Saldana, who not only started a great character arc that would lead to Infinity War but also had quite possibly the best character development of the entire team. Whilst Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World weren’t the most well received MCU films, they are still enjoyable superhero flicks, with RDJ further proving why he will always be Iron Man and Thor: The Dark World giving us a fantastic villain, starting the redemption arc of Loki and like Guardians of the Galaxy, paving the way even more to Infinity War.
The success of the MCU eventually, and by no surprise, started to affect and inspire other companies and franchises. In 2013, one year after Avengers Assemble, WB started their own, albeit problematic, shared universe with the DCEU with Man of Steel. This film is, and I’m not ashamed to admit it, in my opinion one of the best superhero movies of all time. Bringing Superman back into the movie limelight, Henry Cavill perfectly portrayed the OG superhero. With loads of character development as we got to see this character transform into the Superman we all know, Zack Snyder delivered a Superman movie that not only delivered on the action and story, but also the message behind the character and what he represents. Sadly, unlike Marvel Studios who were cranking out two or three movies a year, we had to wait another three years for the sequel to Man of Steel and boy, was it a mixed bag. The film had many great moments. The action was yet again brilliant. The film managed to raise a lot of questions, especially about Superman and the ‘need for Superman’. It further continued Superman’s character development, although not all fans enjoyed that. But, without a doubt, the film delivered on one thing perfectly.
Ben Affleck as Batman.
When his casting was announced, like BvS itself, the reaction was mixed. The last superhero film Affleck had done was Daredevil and that film is still considered to be one of the worst superhero films of all time. Fans of the caped crusader were not to sure about the idea of Ben Affleck as Batman, especially after the success of Christian Bale’s run of the character, but when the film came out, despite all the negative things said about the movie, one continuous positive was always being said.
That Ben Affleck’s Batman was the best part about the movie.
Practically bringing the Dark Knight from the comics to life, not only did Ben act like both Batman and Bruce Wayne, and look like him, but he fought like him. With fight scenes that would make Rocksteady’s Batman smile, Ben Affleck gave fans the Batman they’ve always wanted, as well as delivering what will probably go down as one of the best comic movie moments of all time, and that was the Warehouse Scene.
However, Ben alone wasn’t enough to save the film, even with Gal Galdot’s amazing introduction as a Wonder Woman. The film, to many viewers, was too convoluted and spent too much time trying to set up future sequels. With a moment that divided audience members that I won’t go into detail about because I don’t want to cause another argument, the film was sadly, by many, put in the ‘miss’ list.
BvS’ miss didn’t deter WB. Even after Suicide Squad, which again was considered by many to be another miss, DC finally had their second ‘hit” with Wonder Woman. Being the first solo female superhero movie since the Daredevil spin off Elektra, Wonder Woman was a big success. Being set in World War One and providing an origin story to Gal’s Diana Prince, the film delivered on everything it promised. A great storyline which showcased the horrors of both war and man to Diana, moulding her into the reclusive goddess you see in BvS, great action set pieces with the best going to the No Man’s Land scene and a great cast, with Gal starring alongside Chris Pine.
With DC finally having another success, it seemed like they were back on track and with the release of Justice League nearing, the superhero genre had never been so high. With what many considered to be DC’s answer to the Avengers, not only would JL bring back Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman but would also introduce Cyborg, Flash and Aquaman to the big screen for the first time. In a storyline that seemed like a comic fans wet dream, JL sounded like it was going to be a huge success.
And boy, was it not.
In a mess filled with horrible CGI (you know what I’m talking about) and suffering from multiple reshoots, rewrites and a new director, Justice League sadly failed, as not only was the vast majority of Zack Snyder’s cut removed, but in doing so, nearly every question raised in BvS that would’ve been answered was ignored, leaving the fans disappointed, majorly so, and sadly, it seemed like the DCEU was a complete failure. With Ben Affleck stepping down from the role as Batman and Henry Cavill rumoured to be leaving the role of Superman as well, many fans wondered if the DCEU would ever retain some sense of consistency.
All was not lost, though. After JL’s failure, DC managed to knock it out of the park with, surprisingly, Aquaman and from the sounds of it, Shazam too, but I have yet to see these films, and I think it would be best if I not comment on films I am yet to see. What I can say though, is with the success of Aquaman and Shazam, along with the sequel to Wonder Woman looming and Matt Reeve’s highly anticipated Batman film, many fans (myself included) are hopeful that DC can bounce back.
Whilst DC was struggling with their franchise, Marvel was continuing to revel in their success. In 2015, Avengers: Age of Ultron was released, and whilst not as successful both financially (but only by a few million dollars) and critically by fans, the sequel was still a success and shook up the lineup of Earth’s mightiest heroes. Followed shortly by Ant Man which proved once more that you don’t have to be a popular character to be successful, Marvel Studios was rolling in their well earned box office money.
They didn’t stop there though. In 2015, not long after the failure that was Sony’s Amazing Spider-Man 2, a deal that no fan ever saw coming but had always dreamed about finally happened. Spider-Man, who is easily Marvel’s biggest character, was coming home to the MCU and would make his appearance alongside Black Panther in the highly anticipated Captain America film, Civil War. Followed shortly by Doctor Strange, starring the amazing Benedict Cumberbatch, Marvel officially brought the magical side of the MCU into play in a visually stunning film that could put Inception to shame.
As Marvel’s success continued, their impact on the movie industry continued. Many franchises began using the shared universe concept that whilst it was not made by Marvel Studios, the concept of a movie franchise that consisted of different smaller franchises co-existing in one major franchise/universe became the big thing in Hollywood. The Harry Potter franchise was one of these, when in 2016, WB released Fantastic Beasts and Where to find them in the newly titled ‘Wizarding World’. Universal then took a stab at the concept, with their ‘Dark Universe’ as they attempted to create a universe consisting of classic horror villains, such as Frankenstein, Dracula, the Mummy and more. Legendary created a hit shared ‘Monster-Verse’, starting with 2014’s Godzilla, promising that in a few years, after the release of the spin off Kong: Skull Island, the two movie titans would clash in Godzilla vs Kong.
Both 2018 and 2019 were and are big years for the superhero movie genre. As after ten years, the films that the entire MCU has been leading up to were finally being released. After the huge success, both financially and critically/culturally, of Black Panther, Marvel Studios finally released Avengers: Infinity War, a film that with undoubtedly go down as one of the biggest movies of all time. Fans finally got to see the Avengers take on Thanos, the villainous titan that was first teased in the post credits scene of the first Avengers movie. Seeing the Avengers alongside the Guardians of the Galaxy, Spider-Man, Doctor Strange and more was everything the fans had been dreaming of and by god, did it deliver. In a film filled with beautiful CGI characters, a villain that actually made fans agree with his beliefs and a storyline that did the ten year build up justice, Marvel Studios hit the nail on the head big time with a film that outgrossed every other superhero film ever released and became fourth highest grossing film of all time, nearly beating Episode 7 of Star Wars. Finished off with an emotional moment that literally saw half of all life in the universe being wiped from existence, fans were left with the horrifying thought that they would have to wait another year for the follow up and epic conclusion to what Kevin Feige, the head of the MCU, has titled ‘the Infinity Saga’. And of course I can’t talk about 2018 without mentioning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which is quite possibly not only the best Spider-Man film, surpassing the hit that was Spider-Man 2, but could also be one of the best animated films of all time, even winning the Oscar for that category.
That isn’t to say fans were left without content. An Ant-Man sequel was released the same year, giving fans some much needed humour and happiness after the depressing ending of IW, albeit the film also ended with thee other major Ant-Man characters being ‘dusted’.
But now, 2019 is upon us. The first superhero film of the year was Captain Marvel, the first female lead solo MCU film. Despite the controversy surrounding the lead actress and specific comments that I’m not going to mention anymore of, Marvel Studios delivered another hit. Not only did the film have the sixth highest grossing opening of any film of all time, but it also holds the title of the biggest opening for a solo female lead movie. Starring Oscar winning actress Brie Larson as Carol Danvers, a memory-less, brainwashed Kree/human hybrid in a film set in the nineties. Captain Marvel introduced the character that would be appearing in Avengers: Endgame and would take up the mantle of the face of the MCU when RDJ steps down from the role of Iron Man in a fun action packed prequel-like film that also served as a kind-of origin story for Nick Fury.
The film will be followed by Avengers: Endgame, the hugely anticipated sequel to Avengers: Infinity War. With tickets not even on sale yet despite the film being less than a month away and a marketing scheme that puts any other to shame by barely showing any new footage in two trailers and multiple short spots, many believe and many hope that this film could quite possibly not only surpass its predecessor but maybe even reach the number one spot. In a film that will bring the last ten epic years to a conclusion, Endgame promises to be biggest and best Marvel film to date and some could argue that it could be the biggest and best movie not just made by Marvel, but in general.
Like many genres though, where there are fans, there are naysayers. With one predominant one being legendary filmmaker James Cameron himself. There are a select few that believe the superhero genre will go the way of the westerns and die out. This however, is not true. Despite Endgame coming out soon and some are wondering ‘how is the MCU going to continue after this?’, Marvel promises a lot more epic stories to come. With Disney’s recent purchase of Fox, the MCU will soon be introducing Marvel’s first family, the Fantastic Four after three poorly received films along with the X-Men themselves. How they’re going to introduce the mutant race to an already established universe, we don’t know, but knowing Marvel Studios, they’ve had plans for this since the purchase was first announced last year, maybe even before. With the promise of a freshly rebooted X-Men but continuing to use the brilliantly casted Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool, the next ten years are looking good for not only comic fans but movie fans in general. The superhero genre has quite literally taken over the movie industry and from the looks of it, that isn’t going to change any time soon.
tl;dr. Superhero movies have increased in number the past decade to the point that they dominate the box office whenever one is released. What are your thoughts of the rise of superhero movies this past decade? Do you think they’ve changed the movie industry? Are you happy with them? Or do you agree with James Cameron?
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2019.02.23 00:53 ineedhelowuthsqllol How do you create an average sum across a relational database?

I need to write a single SQL statement that will select the name of each actor and the average box office revenue for all of the movies in which that actor has appeared. These results should be sorted by average revenue in descending order (largest to smallest).

I believe I have already done the first part but I cant find out how to do the average :(


movieId Integer NOT NULL, title Char(100) NOT NULL, yearReleased Date NOT NULL, totalRevenue Float NOT NULL, CONSTRAINT moviePK PRIMARY KEY(movieId) ); 

'101', 'Avatar', '2009', '2787965087'); 
'102', 'Avengers:Infinity War', '2018', '2048359754'); 
'103', 'Jurassic World', '2015', '1671713208'); 
'104', 'Black Panther', '2018', '1346913161'); 
'105', 'The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King', '2009', '1119929521'); 

actorId Integer NOT NULL, name Char(50) NOT NULL, agentPhone Char(12) NOT NULL, CONSTRAINT actorPK PRIMARY KEY(actorId) ); 

'1', 'Zoe Saldana', '2655553267'); 
'2', 'Chadwick Boseman', '4435552300'); 
'3', 'Chris Pratt', '6495553992'); 
'4', 'Andy Serkis', '6685557475'); 

movieId Integer NOT NULL,
actorId Integer NOT NULL
CONSTRAINT movieactorPK PRIMARY KEY(movieId,actorId),

'104', '4'); 
'102', '2'); 
'103', '3'); 
'101', '1'); 
'105', '4'); 
'102', '3'); 
'102', '1'); 
'104', '2'); 

FROM Actor;
SELECT AVG(totalReavenue)
FROM Movie;

ORDER BY totalRevenue DESC;

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2018.11.20 08:46 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: boxoffice top posts from 2013-08-04 to 2018-11-19 23:26 PDT

Period: 1933.04 days
Submissions Comments
Total 999 85709
Rate (per day) 0.52 44.33
Unique Redditors 286 8883
Combined Score 256073 1207346

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 25838 points, 104 submissions: josesimon09
    1. OBLIGATORY: 'Avengers: Infinity War' ($666M) has grossed more in its 6 days of release than the entire global run of 'Justice League' ($658M) (624 points, 166 comments)
    2. [Other] 'The Dark Knight’ Set for 10th Anniversary IMAX Re-release (569 points, 78 comments)
    3. [China] Avengers: Infinity War made $200.3M on opening weekend (510 points, 143 comments)
    4. [NA] Deadpool 2 passed the $300M domestic mark on Friday after grossing an estimated $1.48M for the day. 36-Day total stands at $300.38M. (509 points, 72 comments)
    5. [WW] It's official! Avengers: Infinity War is the 34th film to cross $1B and does so in a record time of 11 days, beating The Force Awakens' 12 days. Global total through Sunday is $1.164B (495 points, 90 comments)
    6. [NA] Halloween debuted with an estimated $77.5M this weekend, which represents the second largest October opening weekend of all-time. (493 points, 112 comments)
    7. [WW] ‘Avengers: Infinity War’s $630M Global Bow Sets Jaw-Dropping All-Time Record (491 points, 152 comments)
    8. [NA] Halloween did terrifying at the Friday box office, earning $33.3M for a weekend gross of $80.3 million, tying with Venom's launch earlier this month for an October best. (470 points, 62 comments)
    9. [Other] Disney Boosts Fox Bid to $71.3 Billion in Cash and Stock (427 points, 173 comments)
    10. [NA] Crazy Rich Asians grossed an estimated $25.01M this weekend, which was down only 5.7% from last weekend. 12-Day total stands at $76.82M. (426 points, 87 comments)
  2. 15572 points, 56 submissions: magikarpcatcher
    1. OBLIGATORY: Avengers: Infinity War is about to make more money in its opening weekend than the $229M Justice League made in its entire box office run (785 points, 192 comments)
    2. [NA] ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Conquering ‘Force Awakens’ With Record $248M-$250M Opening; Posts Record $82M Saturday - Sunday AM Update (687 points, 328 comments)
    3. ‘Deadpool 2’ Hits $705M [Worldwide] To Become No. 3 R-Rated Title Ever At Global Box Office (678 points, 71 comments)
    4. [Other] Henry Cavill Out as Superman Amid Warner Bros.' DC Universe Shake-Up (614 points, 382 comments)
    5. [WW] Black Panther has crossed Justice League's entire run in its 2nd weekend (482 points, 112 comments)
    6. [NA] ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Hits Higher Note At Box Office With $51 Million Opening (450 points, 33 comments)
    7. [NA] ANT-MAN AND THE WASP is the 20th straight #1 debut for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. (443 points, 53 comments)
    8. [Other] "Crazy Rich Asians" is the highest non-franchise, non-sequel movie opening of the year in Australia (439 points, 35 comments)
    9. [NA] Black Panther grossed 14k in its 22nd weekend. Total gross now at $699.90M (409 points, 45 comments)
    10. [Other] James Gunn in Talks to Write 'Suicide Squad 2' for DC, Eyed to Direct (409 points, 204 comments)
  3. 8220 points, 25 submissions: 4rollingstock
    1. [NA] Infinity War was Fandango's best seller in nearly every state last month...but Vermont had other ideas (2219 points, 165 comments)
    2. All The Records Broken By Infinity War This Weekend (OC) (855 points, 113 comments)
    3. [Other] Warner Brothers/RatPac's film library put up for sale, includes rights to 'Wonder Woman', 'Batman V. Superman', 'Annabelle', 'Mad Max: Fury Road', 'It' and 'Dunkirk' (430 points, 50 comments)
    4. [WW] In a major strategy change, Netflix will give 'Roma', 'Buster Scruggs' and 'Bird Box' exclusive theatrical runs before offering them for streaming (422 points, 37 comments)
    5. [China] After talking steamed bun movie 'Kung Food' flops with only a 420K opening on a 12M budget, producers pull movie from theaters and vow they will edit and rerelease it (389 points, 66 comments)
    6. [INT] Jurassic World 2 opening to a strong 146M internationally - only down 8% from Jurassic World's 159M adjusted opening in the same markets (294 points, 50 comments)
    7. [NA] Jumanji Beats Spider-Man, Is Now Sony's Highest-Grossing Movie Domestically of All Time (279 points, 64 comments)
    8. [Other] Approximately 5,000 people expected to lose their jobs as part of the Disney-Fox merger process (239 points, 120 comments)
    9. [Other] Disney shuts down Disneytoon Studios, it's untitled space movie originally scheduled for a March 2019 theatrical release cancelled (227 points, 67 comments)
    10. [WW] The new Infinity War trailer is here. Updated predictions? (219 points, 236 comments)
  4. 7562 points, 32 submissions: Sisiwakanamaru
    1. [Other] 'Mission: Impossible — Fallout' Budget Soars After Tom Cruise Injury, Raising Box Office Stakes (439 points, 90 comments)
    2. [NA] Fantastic Beasts 2, Bohemian Rhapsody are Fandango's most anticipated fall movies (419 points, 76 comments)
    3. [Other] Comcast Drops Out of Bidding War With Disney for 21st Century Fox Assets (412 points, 111 comments)
    4. [Worldwide] 'Avengers: Infinity War' Is First Summer Pic Ever to Target $2B (390 points, 56 comments)
    5. [NA] 'Crazy Rich Asians' Becomes Most Successful Studio Rom-Com in 9 Years (375 points, 38 comments)
    6. [NA] 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' Tracking for $75M Box-Office Debut (317 points, 136 comments)
    7. [WORLDWIDE] 'Skyscraper' Box-Office Stumble: Is Dwayne Johnson Overexposed? (308 points, 168 comments)
    8. [NA] Box-Office Preview: 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' to Buzz Past 'First Purge' With $75M (297 points, 46 comments)
    9. [Other] ‘Incredibles 2’ Analysis: Why Pixar’s Sequel Surpassed Expectations (296 points, 46 comments)
    10. [Other] Box Office: What Can Hollywood Learn From #AsianAugust? (290 points, 209 comments)
  5. 7458 points, 29 submissions: Binodash
    1. [NA] Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom debuted with an estimated $150.0M this weekend. (494 points, 184 comments)
    2. [Worldwide] Incredibles 2 passed $1 billion globally on Monday. Incredibles 2 has grossed $574.0M domestically and $430.9M internationally for a global total of $1.005B. (451 points, 50 comments)
    3. [Worldwide] 7 years ago, the grand finale of the Harry Potter franchise - Deathly Hallows Part 2 was released, to become the 3rd biggest film at that time. (448 points, 70 comments)
    4. [NA] Black Panther grossed an estimated $38K on Friday. Total Domestic stands at $699.29M (419 points, 31 comments)
    5. Avengers: Infinity War Has Already Gone Past The Avengers To Become The Highest Grossing Comic Book Movie In History And Is The 5th Highest Grossing Movie Of All Time. (402 points, 119 comments)
    6. [NA] Incredibles 2 passed the $400M domestic mark on Friday after grossing an estimated $13.63M for the day. 15-Day total stands at $407.81M. (401 points, 58 comments)
    7. [NA] Universal's JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM is the 3rd film of the franchise to be crowned Rotten, joining LOST WORLD and JURASSIC PARK III. (361 points, 255 comments)
    8. [China] China Box Office: Incredibles 2 made $4.7M on opening day, the best debut for Pixar works. It could make $20M-plus on 3-day opening. (341 points, 39 comments)
    9. [NA] Sicario: Day of the Soldado debuted with an estimated $19.02M this weekend. (326 points, 39 comments)
    10. Avengers Infinity War became the second highest grossing movie of the year from a single weekend alone. (233 points, 50 comments)
  6. 7056 points, 22 submissions: TheMindsGutter
    1. [Worldwide] Each major studio's highest grossing film. (1458 points, 169 comments)
    2. [Other] Did someone say Solo memes? (931 points, 99 comments)
    3. [WW] Avengers: Infinity War crosses $2 billion worldwide today. (581 points, 92 comments)
    4. [Domestic] Weekend actuals! Avengers: Infinity War - $257.69M A Quiet Place - $11M I Feel Pretty - $8.17M Rampage - $7.2M Black Panther - $4.73M (456 points, 160 comments)
    5. [Domestic] Weekend actuals! Deadpool 2 - $125.5M Infinity War - $29.45M Book Club - $13.58M Life of the Party - $7.6M Breaking In - $6.82M (289 points, 64 comments)
    6. [WW] Spider-Man at the box office. (271 points, 170 comments)
    7. [NA] Let's take a deep look into CinemaScore. (263 points, 107 comments)
    8. [Worldwide] Image of the highest grossing movies of all time adjusted for inflation (2017 dollars). (257 points, 53 comments)
    9. [WW] Black Panther crosses $1.3 billion. (225 points, 71 comments)
    10. [Domestic] Weekend actuals! Avengers: Infinity War - $114.77M Overboard - $14.7M A Quiet Place - $7.76M I Feel Pretty - $5.05M Rampage - $4.36M (217 points, 62 comments)
  7. 6729 points, 25 submissions: SanderSo47
    1. [NA] Kevin Spacey's 'Billionaire Boys Club' Earns Abysmal $126 on Opening Day (538 points, 113 comments)
    2. [WW] 'Mission: Impossible - Fallout' has ended its run with $791M (424 points, 57 comments)
    3. [NA] 'Venom' passed the $200M domestic mark after grossing $1.03M on Tuesday (361 points, 28 comments)
    4. [WW] 'The Greatest Showman' ends box office run with $434.5M (355 points, 53 comments)
    5. [WW] ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald’ Bound For $275M Global Bow (349 points, 116 comments)
    6. [NA] 'Halloween' to Carve Out Huge $65 Million-Plus Debut (331 points, 43 comments)
    7. [NA] ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Poised To Beat ‘A Star Is Born’s $40M Opening At Weekend Box Office (330 points, 59 comments)
    8. [Other] Disney-Fox Deal Will be Ready to Close Jan. 1, 2019 (308 points, 72 comments)
    9. [WW] 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' ends box office run with $392.9M (303 points, 146 comments)
    10. [Worldwide] 'James Bond 25' to Miss November 2019 Release Date (275 points, 69 comments)
  8. 5648 points, 30 submissions: NeilPoonHandler
    1. [NA] Box Office: 'Black Panther' Becomes Top-Grossing Superhero Film of All Time in U.S. (396 points, 127 comments)
    2. [NA] Weekend Box Office: 'Justice League' Opens to Dismal $94M; 'Wonder' Amazes (288 points, 175 comments)
    3. ‘Deadpool’ Obliterates Records With $135 Million Debut (277 points, 81 comments)
    4. [NA] 'Black Panther' Now Tracking for Massive $165M U.S. Debut (245 points, 160 comments)
    5. [NA] ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Ties With ‘Force Awakens’ As Fastest Title To $300M (239 points, 58 comments)
    6. [NA] 52% of #WonderWoman's opening day audience were women, 53% age 35 and under. First modern Marvel or DC film w/ female majority. (231 points, 71 comments)
    7. [NA] Weekend Box Office: 'Black Panther' Leaps to Huge $25.2M in Thursday Previews (220 points, 91 comments)
    8. [NA] 'It' Final Box Office Clears Massive $123M in U.S. Bow (209 points, 43 comments)
    9. [NA] Box Office: ‘It’ Stays Strong With $60 Million, 'mother!' Crumbles (183 points, 87 comments)
    10. [NA] Weekend Box Office: 'Blade Runner 2049' Crashing With $30M-$35M Debut (178 points, 301 comments)
  9. 5575 points, 17 submissions: Shivampa
    1. [NA] According to Disney, 45 percent of the audience of Ant Man and the Wasp was female, a larger share than usual for superhero fare. (910 points, 123 comments)
    2. [OTHER] Scarlett Johansson Lands $15 Million Payday for Black Widow Movie (828 points, 281 comments)
    3. [OTHER] Tom Hardy: 'My favourite 40 minutes of Venom were cut from the film' Is this a Good Sign for Venom?? .. I think the idea of Making it Pg13 didn't go well.. (650 points, 304 comments)
    4. [WORLDWIDE] Infinty war just need 2mn to Be the Fourth movie to Pass the 2bn mark (402 points, 145 comments)
    5. [OTHER] South Korean Box Office: Venom made $5.7M and set the record of opening day for Sony movies. It's also the 2nd biggest opening for superhero movies only behind Infinity War in SK. (343 points, 117 comments)
    6. [NA] Aquaman is Now in Greatest Danger. Disney has changes the Date of Mary Poppins Returns to 19 December. (305 points, 326 comments)
    7. [WORLDWIDE] Ant man and the wasp to open at No. 1 in India with about 4.5mn+ weekend. All Phase 3 movies have opened at No. 1 In India so far. Ant Man lifetime collection was 1.69Mn. (283 points, 32 comments)
    8. [OTHER] Disney-Fox merger is almost done. (247 points, 87 comments)
    9. [INTERNATIONAL] Incredibles 2 opened to Highest Opening Weekend for Animated Film In India $3.449Mn (207 points, 34 comments)
    10. [WORLDWIDE] Top 20 Leading Actors At the Box Office.. (207 points, 149 comments)
  10. 4746 points, 17 submissions: Harun12345678910
    1. [Other]Pokemon Detective Pikachu Trailer Exceeds 40 Million Views In 5 Days (699 points, 99 comments)
    2. [NA] "SOLO is flying in so low, Disney hasn't reported grosses yet--which are estimated to be under $100M for the 4-day" (549 points, 587 comments)
    3. [Other]James Gunn Fired as Director of 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3' (433 points, 436 comments)
    4. [OTHER]LeBron James In Talks to Produce ‘Friday the 13th’ Reboot (419 points, 87 comments)
    5. [China] Infinity War has passed 2.3 billion yuan (spoilers) (333 points, 41 comments)
    6. [Worldwide]Box Office Irony: 'Justice League' To Gross Less Than 'Man Of Steel' (327 points, 132 comments)
    7. [Other]Hereditary has become A24 highest grossing movie Worldwide (300 points, 27 comments)
    8. Samuel L Jackson is pretty much an lock for highest grossing actor in 2019 (227 points, 67 comments)
    9. [Other] If A4 ends up being 3 hours long, how much will that affect BO? (188 points, 71 comments)
    10. [INT] Infinity War is now the most succesfull movie In Singapore (174 points, 18 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. AGOTFAN (21074 points, 1238 comments)
  2. diddykongisapokemon (15312 points, 1037 comments)
  3. UnrealLuigi (13915 points, 349 comments)
  4. msdrules (9940 points, 253 comments)
  5. chanma50 (8150 points, 232 comments)
  6. 4rollingstock (7958 points, 621 comments)
  7. Shivampa (7899 points, 289 comments)
  8. jaaprollman (7844 points, 215 comments)
  9. Mekanos (7747 points, 292 comments)
  10. magikarpcatcher (7676 points, 264 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. [NA] Infinity War was Fandango's best seller in nearly every state last month...but Vermont had other ideas by 4rollingstock (2219 points, 165 comments)
  2. [Worldwide] Each major studio's highest grossing film. by TheMindsGutter (1458 points, 169 comments)
  3. [Other] YouTuber watches Avengers: Infinity War 44 times in theatre (and still going), got rewarded with a premiere to Avengers 4 by The Russos themselves by andrejw (1048 points, 183 comments)
  4. [Other] Disney's CEO says you should get ready for a 'slowdown' on 'Star Wars' films by derstherower (993 points, 456 comments)
  5. [Other] Did someone say Solo memes? by TheMindsGutter (931 points, 99 comments)
  6. [NA] ‘Incredibles 2’ $23.9M Monday Is The Best Ever For An Animated Movie by KirisanP (931 points, 67 comments)
  7. [NA] According to Disney, 45 percent of the audience of Ant Man and the Wasp was female, a larger share than usual for superhero fare. by Shivampa (910 points, 123 comments)
  8. All The Records Broken By Infinity War This Weekend (OC) by 4rollingstock (855 points, 113 comments)
  9. Zoe Saldana becomes the first and only actor in history to be in 2 $2 Billion dollar movies. by DinahHamza07 (845 points, 180 comments)
  10. [OTHER] Scarlett Johansson Lands $15 Million Payday for Black Widow Movie by Shivampa (828 points, 281 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 695 points: Dumb_Economist's comment in [Other] Disney Exec Blames 'Avengers' And 'Deadpool 2' For Dismal 'Solo' Box Office
  2. 619 points: Fastblade5035's comment in [Other] YouTuber watches Avengers: Infinity War 44 times in theatre (and still going), got rewarded with a premiere to Avengers 4 by The Russos themselves
  3. 602 points: Sunshine145's comment in [Other] YouTuber watches Avengers: Infinity War 44 times in theatre (and still going), got rewarded with a premiere to Avengers 4 by The Russos themselves
  4. 570 points: childishthenandnow's comment in [North America] 'Infinity War' outgrossed 'Justice League' in 72 hours.
  5. 555 points: HucksLazyEye's comment in [OTHER] Tom Hardy: 'My favourite 40 minutes of Venom were cut from the film' Is this a Good Sign for Venom?? .. I think the idea of Making it Pg13 didn't go well..
  6. 550 points: LikeARoss0708's comment in [Other] Henry Cavill Out as Superman Amid Warner Bros.' DC Universe Shake-Up
  7. 545 points: A_Feathered_Raptor's comment in [Other] Disney's CEO says you should get ready for a 'slowdown' on 'Star Wars' films
  8. 538 points: icefire9's comment in [Other] Disney Exec Blames 'Avengers' And 'Deadpool 2' For Dismal 'Solo' Box Office
  9. 519 points: diddykongisapokemon's comment in [Worldwide] Each major studio's highest grossing film.
  10. 514 points: Lennus123's comment in [NA] Solo: A Star Wars Story grossed an estimated $103.0M over the 4-day weekend. Updated 3-day weekend estimate is $84.75M.
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2018.10.25 03:36 Zepanda66 [Other] If Avengers 4 moves to the back end of April like Infinity War did what sort of ripple effect would we see? Who would move forward, Who would move back.What film could take the May 3rd slot?

Earlier in the year IMAX's Q2 earnings seemed to indicate that Avengers 4 would open in April instead of its current May release. All though still not official lets assume its going to happen within the next few months. The weekend of April 26 is looking pretty empty right now. With only THE AFTERMATH (Keira Knightley, Alexander Skarsgard) currently scheduled to open on the Friday.
April's heavy hitters are pet sematary, shazam and hellboy which all open earlier in the month. The only one even presenting somewhat of a challenge would be Shazam. But they shouldn't be a problem as long as Disney/Marvel avoid the first two weeks of April.
If they wanted another week to themselves which was part of the reason why they moved infinity war due to solo and deadpool 2 then the 22nd to the 26th is looking pretty good right now too there's literally nothing coming out. But that would mean they would have to open on the 19th. Which we have two films. THE CURSE OF LA LLORONA and MISSING LINK. Missing Link is the bigger of the two with Hugh Jackman and Zoe Saldana. Again most of its counter programming for the non MCU fans and wouldn't be much of a challenge for Avengers. So I wouldn't worry about those films tbh.
So Avengers 4 moves up to ether the April 19th or the 26th that opens up the May 3/4th slot.
The way I see it. There's a few potential candidates to take the May 3rd slot. Detective Pikachu. John Wick 3 and the Fast and Furious spin-off Hobbs and Shaw. Which I think is currently scheduled for somewhere between June-August. Could Universal move up Hobbs and Shaw to May? Detective pikachu will probably do well to stay where it is. Ether John Wick 3 or Hobbs and Shaw would probably do quite well on that date.
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2018.10.02 14:35 Anonymous_1-2-3-4-5 MCU Movies Behind the Scenes Facts *according to IMDB *Wanted to do this for fun* Day 21: Captain Marvel & Avengers 4

So i'm going to go on IMDB and look at each MCU movies behind the scenes facts and POST THE MOST INTERESTING ONES here, I will post each movie a day instead of what I did before where I did 10 posts, I will start with the first Iron Man and each day will be the next MCU movie after it, ending with Guardians 3, I will also do the Netflix Shows, Agents of Shield and Agent Carter


1. The cardboard cut-out Carol shoots in the Blockbuster store was originally supposed to be Jim Carrey in The Mask, with Carol mistaking the green face for a Skrull, but the filmmakers couldn't secure the rights.

2. As a tribute to the late Stan Lee (who died before this movie was released), during the opening Marvel Studios sequence, various scenes of his past cameos from the Marvel Studios films are used in place of the Avengers characters.

3. Goose is played by four different very professional cat actors named Reggie, Rizzo, Gonzo, and Archie.

4. Brie Larson is allergic to cats, so her scenes involving Goose were filmed with a puppet or computer-generated VFX.

5. In the comics, Captain Marvel's cat is named Chewie, after Chewbacca from Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977). In this film, it was named Goose after Goose Bradshaw from Top Gun (1986).

6. The security guard Captain Marvel speaks to at the beginning of the movie is Marvel security director Barry Curtis.

7. When Talos confronts Carol and Nick in Louisiana, he sips from a fast food drink container. It is the exact same design as the cup that Jules (played by Samuel L. Jackson) sips in the scene in Pulp Fiction (1994) where they steal back the briefcase.

8. Project PEGASUS stands for "Potential Energy Group/Alternate Sources/United States." It was previously mentioned in the Avengers (2012).

9. Jude Law took counsel from his Sherlock Holmes (2009) co-star Robert Downey, Jr., who plays Iron Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, on appearing in this movie. Law stated, "He talked a little bit about how making a Marvel Cinematic Universe movie is fitting this one piece into a bigger picture, and giving yourself over to that. It's not about trying to understand everything. Just do your piece."

10. In February 2019, Marvel launched the official website of the film which emulates design from the 1990s, including HTML frames, a mix of rainbow fonts, pixelated GIFs, a hit counter, a guestbook, and a low-resolution trailer framed inside a window resembling Real Player.

11. There were concerns that Brie Larson was too young to portray a pilot. Screenwriter Nicole Perlman consulted with the U.S. Air Force, who said it was possible for someone between twenty-eight and thirty-four to become an accomplished pilot like Danvers.

12. The name "Captain Marvel" is not used in the film until the closing credits.

13. The mid-credits scene was directed by the Russo brothers, who previously directed Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), Captain America: Civil War (2016), Avengers: Infinity War (2018), and Avengers: Endgame (2019).

14. While Monica Rambeau is choosing a new color for Carol Danvers' suit, we can see many references: a red and yellow suit (the colors worn by DC's Captain Marvel, currently known as Shazam) a black and golden suit (the colors of Carol Danver's Ms. Marvel suit) and a white and green suit (the classic Kree armor suit colors in the comics).

15. Fury's ID showed him having only level 3 clearance at the time.

16. Fury mentions that he likes to operate in locations that start with the letter "B" because he can make them rhyme. In Captain America: the Winter Soldier, Alexander Pierce talks about a rescue mission that Fury initiated, against orders, in Bogotá.

17. Pinar Toprak signed on to compose the film's score, making her the first woman to score an MCU film.

18. When portraying the alien Skrull Talos, Ben Mendelsohn used his native Australian accent. When Talos adopts a human disguise, Mendelsohn used an American accent.

19. In the second and final bonus scene after the credits, when Goose the cat pukes up the Tesseract like a hairball on Fury's desk the CRT computer monitor and keyboard are black, vs the earlier vintage computers that were all beige. This showed the audience that the story had jumped forward several years from 1995 to somewhere in the 2000-2005 era when black or gray were the predominant colors of PC hardware, but before the transition to LCD's.

20. In the movie Carol refers to Monica as "Lieutenant Trouble". In the comics, Lieutenant Trouble (a young girl named Kit Renner) was Captain Marvel's biggest fan and later on became her friend.

21. To prepare for her role as Captain Marvel, Brie Larson trained for four hours a day over nine months, learning judo, boxing, and wrestling. She also visited Nellis Air Force Base and met with active duty airmen, including Brigadier General Jeannie Leavitt and Thunderbirds pilot Major Stephen Del Bagno.

22. When Brie Larson's casting was announced at Comic-Con, CNN ran the headline "Shazam! Brie Larson is 'Captain Marvel'," apparently not realizing that they were thinking of the wrong Captain Marvel.

23. The film was the first from the Marvel Cinematic Universe to have a female lead and it was released at on International Women's Day.

24. This was the twenty-first film to be released by Marvel Studios for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

25. Most songs featured in the movie are sung by a 90s female singer: Des'Ree [You Gotta Be], No Doubt [Just a Girl], Garbage [I'm Only Happy When It Rains], TLC [Waterfalls], Salt-N-Pepa [Whatta Man], among others.

26. When Stan Lee makes his cameo, he is seen reading the script for Kevin Smith's Mallrats(1995) and reciting the line, "Trust me true believer". As revealed on Smith's YouTube page, Stan's health was in decline and he could not muster his trademark enthusiasm so the producers looped in Lee's unused audio from Mallrats.

27. Jamie McKelvie, who designed Carol's Captain Marvel suit in the comics (used starting in 2012), praised the movie costume for closely adhering to his work.

28. The film is based on Captain Marvel/Ms. Marvel/Carol Danvers, a pilot who gets super powers, but her origin incorporates the alien Captain Marvel's, Walter Lawson/Mar-Vell and Khn'nr. Both Kree and Skrull soldiers who come to Earth and decide to defend it. Furthermore, Khn'nr had his memory tampered with which causes him to suffer from an identity crisis, which Carol suffers in this film.

29. The film featured the cinematic debut of the Marvel alien race the Skrulls. In the comic books, the Skrull made their debuts in a "Fantastic Four" adventure.

30. The filmmakers cited 1990s action movies as an influence on the film's action, in keeping with the era in which the film is set.

31. Quantum physicist Spyridon Michalakis, of the Institute for Quantum Information and Matter at the California Institute of Technology, was consulted on the film.

32. This film marked the second directing pair in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after the Russo Brothers (Joe Russo and Anthony Russo), this time Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden. Boden was also the first female director for a Marvel movie.

33. The Skrull makeup took two hours to apply.

34. As a large portion of this film is set in space, and presumably because the Kree use similar technology; the iconography of location displays (font, coordinates) within the film when shown on screen is very similar, if not identical, to the location displays from the Guardians of the Galaxy films.

35. Maria Rambeau's pilot call sign is Photon. In the comics her daughter Monica Rambeau gained superpowers similar to Captain Marvel and briefly took on the title of Photon (She had other titles too - Captain Marvel, Pulsar, Spectrum).

36. This film is based on the "Kree-Skrull War" storyline, which was written by Roy Thomas and published in The Avengers issues 89-97 between June 1971 and March 1972. Carol Danvers only had a small role in the story, as a normal human before she received any superhuman abilities (in 1977).

37. Katheryn Winnick, Natalie Dormer, Emily Blunt, Katee Sackhoff, Yvonne Strahovski, and Rebecca Ferguson were rumored for the title role.

38. This was the first solo female-led movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018), released the year before, was led by a male-female superhero duo.

39. While in the classified file room there were a couple of boxes with the name Kevin Larosa clearly behind Carol. Kevin Larosa Sr. is the stunt aerial coordinator in the movie.

40. This was the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to be released after Stan Lee's death.

41. Despite the fact that this movie takes place before, and was released before, Avengers: Endgame (2019), it was actually filmed after the latter.

42. The movie is not a traditional origin story, as the heroine already possesses her powers when the film starts.

43. Keanu Reeves was almost cast as Yon-Rogg.

44. The trailer has received about one hundred nine million views worldwide in its first twenty-four hours of release.

45. While this isn't the first movie with a female superhero, it is the first to be written primarily by women. Supergirl (1984), Catwoman (2004), Elektra (2005), and Wonder Woman (2017) were written by men. The closest was Catwoman (2004), which gave a writing credit to Theresa Rebeck. However, that movie also had three male writers credited.

46. Following a flood of negative ratings ahead of the film's release, Rotten Tomatoes has changed their policy to no longer accept reviews and ratings for a film that hasn't been released yet.

47. When Vers/Captain Marvel is looking around the bar and remembering past experiences there, she notices the arcade cabinet for a Street Fighter video game. Since the release of X-Men vs. Street Fighter (1996) in 1996, one year after the year this movie is set, Capcom has published fighting video games that pit their characters against Marvel superheroes. However, Captain Marvel did not appear in any of them until Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite (2017), released in 2017.

48. In the film, Talos claims that all Skrulls are shapeshifters. However, in the comics, Talos is one of the few Skrulls who is unable to shapeshift.

49. When Brie Larson was announced at the end of the San Diego Comic-Con for Marvel's panel, she took part in a photo selfie with the cast and crew of Doctor Strange (2016), Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017), Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), and Black Panther (2018).

50. The movie was announced at a Marvel event in October 2014.

51. A nod to the original character is Captain Marvel's combat helmet she wears during her missions and in outer space. The helmet features the iconic tomahawk haircut Captain Marvel often portrayed wearing in the comics. There was, in fact, some debate regarding the haircut of Brie Larrson, with many fans claiming it is too long and not similar enough to the usual short hair haircut Captain Marvel has in the comics.

52. When Captain Marvel is in the video store, she is seen briefly holding a video cassette for The Right Stuff (1983).

53. Brie Larson (Carol Danvers) and Nelson Franklin, the medical examiner, both starred in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) (2010). Brie Larson played Envy Adams and Nelson Franklin played Comeau.

54. This film is NOT the chronological introduction of the Kree race. In Season 5 of Marvel's Agents of Shield (2013), the agents were kidnapped, taken into the future and held captive by the Kree. However, the alien corpse from which the TAHITI project sprang in earlier season was Kree.

55. The first trailer released for this movie received more than one hundred nine million global views in just twenty-four hours, making it the eleventh most viewed trailer ever.

56. This is the first Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures-distributed film not to stream on Netflix, after Disney decided to let their licensing deal with Netflix expire. Disney plans on releasing this movie on their subscription service, Disney+.

57. Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson both previously appeared in the films Farce of the Penguins (2006), Unicorn Store (2017), and Kong: Skull Island (2017).

58. Gemma Chan is the tenth actress from "Doctor Who" to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, after Toby Jones (Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) and Agent Carter (2015)), Jenna Coleman and David Bradley (Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)), Christopher Eccleston (Thor: The Dark World (2013)), Tony Curran (Thor: The Dark World (2013) and (Daredevil (2015)), Karen Gillan (Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017), Avengers: Infinity War (2018) and Avengers: Endgame (2019)), Peter Serafinowicz (Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)), David Tennant (Jessica Jones (2015)) and Riann Steele (Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)).

59. Elizabeth Wood, Emily Carmichael, Rachel Talalay, Niki Caro, Lesli Linka Glatter, Lorene Scafaria, and Rebecca Thomas were on the short list to direct the movie.

60. The official trailer for the film was released on Good Morning America (1975) on Tuesday, September 18, 2018. This is the United States Air Forces' birthday. (September 18, 1947).

61. This is the second prequel of the MCU after Captain America: The First Avenger (2011).

62. DeWanda Wise was set for the role of Maria Rambeau in this movie before dropping out due to scheduling conflicts.

63. Ronda Rousey had expressed interest in playing the title role.

64. Jennifer Kent and Jennifer Yuh Nelson were in the running to direct to the film.

65. Brie Larson and Clark Gregg both previously starred in the film Hoot (2006), where they played adversaries, of sorts.

66. Minn-Erva, a Kree played by Gemma Chan, is also known in the Marvel Comics universe as Doctor Minerva. Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck's earlier film It's Kind of a Funny Story (2010) also featured a character named Dr. Minerva.

67. Gemma Chan is the eleventh actor from the "Transformers" films (having previously played Quintessa) to appear in a Marvel superhero film, after Rachael Taylor (Maggie Madsen, Trish Walker), Hugo Weaving (Megatron, Red Skull), Kelsey Grammer (Beast, Harold Attinger), Titus Welliver (Felix Blake, James Savoy), Nicola Peltz (Tessa, Jane), Stanley Tucci (Abraham Erskine, Joshua Joyce/Merlin), Laura Haddock (Vivian Wembley, Meredith Quill), Omar Sy (Bishop, Hot Rod), Sir Anthony Hopkins (Sir Edmund Burton, Odin) and Jorge Lendeborg Jr. (Jason Ionello, Memo).

68. Malaysian actress Raja Ilya was hinted to have a role in the movie.

69. In the comics, Yon-Rogg and Mar-Vell became enemies when Yon-Rogg betrayed Mar-Vell out of jealously and inadvertently killed his girlfriend.

70. This film features one Best Actress Oscar winner: Brie Larson, for the film, "Room".

71. CAMEO: Stan Lee: Co-creator of the original Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell), as himself reading the script on the train to Mallrats (1995) (in which he made an appearance as himself).

72. CAMEO: Kelly Sue DeConnick: Captain Marvel writer (from 2012-2015), as a bystander in the train station who looks at Marvel.

73. Lee Pace reprises his role as Ronan the Accuser in this film. However, he does not wear his iconic face paint of Xandarian blood because Captain Marvel (2019) precedes Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) wherein he first applies it.

74. Nick Fury tells Goose, "I'm trusting you not to eat me," towards the end of the movie. Shortly afterwards, Goose scratches Fury, causing him to lose his left eye as he is seen at the very end with a patch over his left eye. This is a callback to Captain America: The Winter Soldier where Fury tells Captain America, "Last time I trusted someone, I lost an eye."

75. Carol Danvers' pilot call sign is "Avenger" in the film, which Nick Fury names the heroes he founds to protect the Earth. In the comics, Danvers took the call sign "Cheeseburger".

76. Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury) and Clark Gregg (Phil Coulson) were digitally de-aged in order for their characters to look like their younger selves, since the movie is set in the 1990s. This was the first time Marvel did de-aging for characters for an entire movie. They previously used this tactic in Ant-Man (2015), Captain America: Civil War (2016), Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017), and Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018), but only for flashback scenes. They also did it to Tony Stark when he was showing the presentation to the college of his with his parents right before they died

77. The twist of the Skrulls turning out not to be the villains is not too far-fetched since in the comics, it is revealed that the Kree were the ones that started their war.

78. Carol's powers came from an exploding Pegasus ship engine. We later learn the engine was powered by the Tesseract, making Captain Marvel the first (chronologically) MCU hero whose powers are derived from an Infinity Stone. (The space stone is hidden within it.) Wanda Maximov/Scarlet Witch and her brother, Pietro/Quicksilver, would become the second two (the Mind stone).

79. Throughout the history of Marvel Comics, eight different characters have taken the name "Captain Marvel." This movie features three of them: Carol Danvers (the most famous version, previously known as Ms Marvel), Mar-Vell (the original version, a Kree alien and superhero) and Monica Rambeau (who briefly carried the title of Captain Marvel).

80. Samuel L. Jackson described Nick Fury at this point in time as a desk jockey with two good eyes, who has not yet become cynical towards bureaucracy.

81. In the comics Mar-Vell was a male Kree who was caught in an explosion while rescuing Carol Danvers and the explosion passed his powers onto her by imprinting his DNA onto hers. In the movie this is changed slightly by Mar-Vell being a female Kree who built the core that gave Carol her powers when it exploded. This marks the third time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that the character portrayed in the film is the opposite gender of the original version from the comics. The first was the Ancient One in Doctor Strange (2016) and the second was Ghost in Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018).

82. Carol cannot breathe in space without the helmet, which comes out of her suit. However, when she unlocks her total power, she is able to 'breathe'/survive without a helmet, as shown in the climax of the film.

83. This was the first chronological movie appearance of Agent Phil Coulson in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since he was stabbed and, apparently, killed by Loki, in The Avengers (2012). He was later revealed to have survived, as explained on the television show Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2013).

84. Nick Fury's full name is given as Nicholas Joseph Fury. In Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) he mentioned only the middle initial "J."

85. In the film, Soh-Larr (Chuku Modu) is a Kree spy investigating the Skrulls. In the comics, he was the father of the first Kree-Skrull hybrid, Dorrek Supreme.

86. The use of Nirvana's "Come As You Are" when Vers (Brie Larson) confronts The Supreme Intelligence (Annette Bening) has multiple connotations, as it discusses memories, something Vers is slowly regaining over the course of the film. The song's title coincides with The Supreme Intelligence finally revealing herself as she is, in this case the "unknown enemy" and not the "friend."

87. Goose is first among everyone in the movie who touched the Tesseract. She checked it with her paw.

88. In the film, Mar-Vell is killed by Yon-Rogg while the destruction of an experimental engine powered by the Tesseract causes Danvers to gain cosmic powers. In the comics, Danvers got her powers from a similar event, a fight between Yon-Rogg and Mar-Vell, only then Mar-Vell survived and it was an alien device that grants superpowers.

89. Dr Lawson (Mar-Vell) has blonde hair in the film, while the Dr Lawson avatar the Supreme Intelligence uses has white hair. This makes her resemble Phyla-Vell, in the comics Mar-Vell's daughter who briefly held the title of Captain Marvel, and took other names too (Quasar, Martyr).

90. The dogfight scene over the desert where Maria shoots-down Minerva appears to be a nod to Independence Day where Will Smith's Character shoots down an alien as well over what appears to be the same canyon.

91. Yon-Rogg is the 5th MCU villain to be revealed through a plot twist following Aldrich Killian from Iron Man 3(2013), The Winter SoldieBucky Barnes & Alexander Pierce from Captain America: The Winter Soldier(2014), and Ego from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2(2017). All other villains were either building up their intentions as a villain, or were clearly evil from their first appearance.


1. According to the Russo Brothers, Avengers: Endgame could be three hours long.

2. Reportedly, Marvel Studios has twenty more films planned after this film.

3. The first official trailer for the film is the first video in YouTube history to reach over 1 million likes in less than 4 hours.

4. According to producer and Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, this film is the finale of all three phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

5. Chapter Ten of Phase Three in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

6. The first trailer holds the record for the highest viewed trailer in history. It received approximately 289 million views in only 24 hours.

7. This will be the 22nd film to be released by Marvel Studios for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

8. The title of the movie was announced with the first trailer that was released on December 7th, 2018.

9. The film will conclude the recurring Thanos and Infinity Stones story arc in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

10. The first trailer was posted by Marvel Entertainment simply as "Marvel Studios' Avengers - Official Trailer", without the film's title in the name of the video, in order to surprise the fans with the title's reveal at the end of the trailer.

11. Evangeline Lilly and Paul Rudd were filming Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018) and this film at the same time.

12. Filming officially began on August 10, 2017. It was shot after around a 3-5 week break once Avengers: Infinity War (2018) wrapped, which started filming on January 23, 2017.

13. Since his introduction in the Marvel Cinematic universe, Chris Evans has appeared as Steve Rogers/Captain America in one film a year, totaling nine times. He has starred in Captain America: The First Avenger (2011), The Avengers (2012), an uncredited cameo in Thor: The Dark World (2013), Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Captain America: Civil War (2016), a special cameo in Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), Avengers: Infinity War (2018), and Avengers: Endgame (2019). In October 2018, Evans officially announced via Twitter that this would be his final film as Captain America, and that he would no longer be involved in the franchise; he expressed great satisfaction in being involved in the franchise for almost a decade.

14. In September 2018, the Russo Brothers posted a picture on social media of the film's set, with the caption "Look Hard". This lead many to speculate and believe the title of this film was hidden somewhere inside the photo.

15. This marks composer Alan Silvestri's fourth time composing a film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with his first three being Captain America: The First Avenger (2011), The Avengers (2012) and Avengers: Infinity War (2018).

16. Formerly known as "Avengers: Infinity War, Part II".

17. As Marvel will not officially own any of the film rights to the Fantastic Four and X-Men characters until 2020 after Disney purchased 20th Century Fox, none of those characters will appear in this second film, as both Infinity War films had been in production way before Fox and Disney's deal.

18. The first trailer was scheduled for December 5th, 2018 but was delayed due to former US president George Herbert Walker Bush's death. The US government declared December 5th to be a nationwide day of mourning for Bush.

19. During an event of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017) in April 2017, Zoe Saldana revealed the title of the film as Avengers: Infinity Gauntlet. Following this, James Gunn announced that was not the title.

20. On September 11, 2017, the production of the movie was temporarily shut down because of Hurricane Irma.

21. Despite speculation and rumors, the Netflix Marvel characters like Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Elektra, and The Punisher will not make an appearance in this film.

22. Brie Larson (Captain Marvel) and Chris Evans (Captain America/Steve Rogers) have previously starred in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) together before either of their appearances in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Larson played the rock star Envy Adams (Scott's (Michael Cera) ex-girlfriend), and Evans played the action movie star Lucas Lee (one of Ramona's (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) Seven Evil Exes). In addition, that movie was directed and co-written by Edgar Wright, who wrote the original screenplay for Ant-Man (2015) (a character who also appears in this movie) but dropped out as director for that movie due to his creative clashes with Marvel Studios.

23. The North American release date was moved up a week earlier from May 3rd to April 26th, 2019 after the first trailer and title released on December 7th, 2018. There was much speculation that Marvel Studios would do this, as they moved "Infinity War's" release up a week as well, in order to reduce the possibility of major plot leaks from countries that released the film earlier.

24. The title "Endgame" was not only heard from a comment from Dr. Strange in Avengers: Infinity War but it was also mentioned in Avengers: Age of Ultron. In that movie, Tony Stark says that the alien invasion from the first Avengers movie is the endgame.

25. This is Robert Downey Jr.'s last contractual obligation to play Tony Stark/Iron Man for Marvel Studios. Downey has stated he plans on being involved with the Marvel Cinematic Universe longer than his current contractual commitments are structured, so many are led to believe he will sign a new deal after his current one has concluded.

26. Aaron Taylor-Johnson's character, Quicksilver, was seen on set pics of this film. Hinting that he might return or will just briefly make an appearance in a flashback scene of Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015).

27. Clint Barton appears in Japan with the identity of Ronin in this film. This is based on the comics, where in the aftermath of the Civil War event he took up the Ronin identity during a mission to Japan.

28. Gwyneth Paltrow is rumored to suit up in her own Iron Man suit, with the name Rescue.
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2018.09.30 15:01 Anonymous_1-2-3-4-5 MCU Movies Behind the Scenes Facts *Wanted to do this for fun* Day 19: Avengers: Infinity War *Post 1, had to split it up in 2 parts

So i'm going to go on IMDB and look at each MCU movies behind the scenes facts and POST THE MOST INTERESTING ONES here, I will post each movie a day instead of what I did before where I did 10 posts, I will start with the first Iron Man and each day will be the next MCU movie after it, ending with Guardians 3, I will also do the Netflix Shows, Agents of Shield and Agent Carter


1. Tom Holland was not allowed to read the script for this movie, since he revealed too many secrets for Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017). In one of the promotional videos for the movie, several of its cast members are in an interrogation room refusing to reveal any spoilers, and Holland's mouth is conspicuously taped shut.

2. Mark Ruffalo revealed that he was given a fake script due to his habit of accidentally spoiling past Marvel movies. He jokingly claimed in an interview that the fake script was better than the real one.

3. Doctor Strange has been studying for a few years since his solo movie, and is now considered one of the more powerful characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The writers also wanted to have him come off as sort of "the adult in the room" throughout the movie.

4. Drax's line "I'll do you one better: Why is Gamora?" was ad-libbed by Dave Bautista. In an interview, Dave says that Chris Pratt actually gave him the idea for the line.

5. Tom Holland said that although he is a big fan of Chris Pratt and loved working with him, their scenes together were often challenging. Pratt's tendency to joke in and out of character made it hard for Holland to keep a straight face at times.

6. Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth ad-libbed the dialogue between Captain America and Thor in which they compared their facial hair, reasoning that they have known each other long enough to have that kind of friendly banter.

7. For the first time in Marvel Cinematic Universe history, Bruce Banner communicates directly with The Incredible Hulk.

8. The Wakandan war cry "Yibambe" is Xhosa for "hold strong". Other possible translations include "hold fast" or just simply "hold it"; all of these translations are appropriate for their situation. This chant was also briefly recited by Nakia and the River Tribe in Black Panther (2018).

9. Entertainment Weekly confirmed that Bucky Barnes (The Winter Soldier) would go by the code name of "White Wolf" in this movie, as he was called by the children of Wakanda in a post-credits scene of Black Panther (2018). White Wolf in the comics was T'Challa's adopted brother, Hunter, who was the leader of Wakanda's secret police, the Hatut Zeraze.

10. Thanos' reality bending attacks on Mantis and Drax during the fight on Knowhere are callbacks to a scene in the original comics, where Nebula was transformed into ribbons, and Drax was sliced into cubes.

11. VOICE CAMEO: Sir Kenneth Branagh (who directed Thor (2011)) can be heard at the beginning of the movie issuing the distress transmission that the Asgardian ship was being attacked.

12. At the time of release, this was the second most expensive movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and the second most expensive superhero movie of all time. Only Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) had a higher budget.

13. Loki (Tom Hiddleston) says "we have a Hulk" to Thanos (Josh Brolin), quoting what Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) said to Loki in The Avengers (2012).

14. Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) had a new look for this movie. At the end of Captain America: Civil War (2016), Steve Rogers quit as Captain America, something which occurred several times in the comic books. For the first time, he assumed the identity of "Nomad". Rogers' costume in this film captured basic elements of the Nomad character, in that it is primarily blue and features yellow, disk-like objects attached at the collar. For the second time Steve Rogers quit, he was featured to have grown scraggly with a beard, and he would eventually shave the beard and create a new identity as "The Captain". Consequently, the physical appearance and costume for Steve Rogers is a combination of the two most popular times he quit being Captain America.

15. Rocket calls the outriders "space dogs". This line was written after a focus group saw one of the test screenings: one of the viewers referred to the creatures as "space dogs". The filmmakers thought it was hilarious and decided to add it to the movie.

16. Security for filming at Durham Cathedral was so tight, that not even the Cathedral wardens were allowed access inside.

17. Josh Brolin (Thanos) claimed that he did not see Black Panther (2018) until a week before this movie opened, due to it being constantly sold out in Los Angeles. Brolin added that stars of the Marvel Cinematic Universe don't receive any special privileges of screening passes to the franchise.

18. According to Chadwick Boseman, production on this movie began just two weeks after production on Black Panther (2018) ended. This meant that all of the actors, actresses, and extras from that movie appeared in this movie and had no problem retaining their cadences.

19. Just as they paid homage to their television show Community (2009) in the second and third "Captain America" movies, the Russo Brothers also included another Easter egg from their other well-known show, Arrested Development (2003), in this movie. In Captain America: Civil War (2016), the stair car from Arrested Development (2003) appeared in the Berlin airport. In this movie, blue Tobias Fünke from that same show appeared in one of The Collector's display cases. He can be seen behind and to the left of Gamora in one shot.

20. The filmmakers did not know about the war chants the actors and actresses from Black Panther created, as that movie was not nearly finished at the time of shooting. Winston Duke had started the chant, which led to the responding war cry that Chadwick Boseman leads.

21. Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) telling Peter Parker (Tom Holland) to cut it out with the pop culture references is quite hypocritical, as Stark often pokes fun at other characters by calling them by movie titles or character names.
In The Avengers (2012), Stark called Loki Reindeer Games (2000), Rock of Ages (2012), and Shakespeare in the Park (1995).
He called Thor Point Break (1991), and he called Hawkeye "Legolas".
In Captain America: Civil War (2016), he called Bucky The Manchurian Candidate (2004).
In Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), he called Peter Parker "Crockett", as a reference to Miami Vice (1984).
In this movie, he scorned Ebony Maw by calling him "Squidward", and he called Star Lord Flash Gordon (1980).

22. The filmmakers wanted to create small physical rules that would allow characters to stay in the fight with Thanos. The idea of Thanos having to close his fist to use a stone was the bare minimum that allowed for a fight to be put up.

23. The name "Thanos" is a short form of the Greek name "Thanatos", which means "death".

24. Thor confirms that "Groot" is a language that can be learned and spoken, as he took it as an elective in school on Asgard. This explains why only Rocket was originally able to understand Groot, and the other Guardians had to learn over time. This also confirms that Groot understands English (and likely other languages) but is only able to speak "Groot".

25. Filming at Durham Cathedral involved moving almost all of the pews to make room for the sets. After filming on Saturday night, the sets had to be moved, and the pews replaced for Sunday services. On Monday, everything was changed around again to complete filming.

26. This became the fourth movie to gross over two billion dollars worldwide, after Avatar (2009), Titanic (1997), and Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015).

27. Marvel Studios made the hashtag #ThanosDemandsYourSilence to help stop spoilers.

28. Captain America is wearing the same suit he wore in Captain America: Civil War (2016). The filmmakers redesigned his outfit to distress and desaturate it. He has ripped the labels off as well. The scales underneath his suit are a nod to Cap's original suit from the comic books.

29. Was originally titled "Avengers: Infinity War Part I", with the next movie titled "Avengers: Infinity War Part II". In late July 2016, Marvel Studios announced that this movie would simply be known as "Avengers: Infinity War", while Part II was initially referred to as Untitled Avengers (2019). The final title of Avengers: Endgame (2019) was not revealed until much later, because it contained a spoiler for Part I.

30. Robert Downey, Jr. requested the furniture from his house in Los Angeles be shipped to the filming location in Atlanta, and the movie studio complied.

31. The 2014 Comic-Con revealed that Josh Brolin would play Thanos in future Marvel movies when he came on-stage wearing the Infinity Gauntlet.

32. Approximate screentime for each major character:
Thanos - 29 minutes
Gamora - 19 minutes 30 seconds
Tony Stark / Iron Man - 18 minutes
Thor - 14 minutes 30 seconds
Dr. Stephen Strange - 11 minutes 30 seconds
Peter Quill / Star-Lord - 10 minutes 15 seconds
Vision - 9 minutes 45 seconds
Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch - 9 minutes
Bruce Banner / Hulk - 8 minutes 45 seconds
Peter Parker / Spider-Man - 7 minutes 30 seconds
Steve Rogers / Captain America - 6 minutes 45 seconds
Rocket Raccoon - 6 minutes
Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow - 5 minutes
Drax - 4 minutes 45 seconds
Mantis - 4 minutes 45 seconds
Ebony Maw - 4 minutes
Proxima Midnight - 3 minutes 45 seconds
Cull Obsidian - 3 minutes 45 seconds
Corvus Glaive - 3 minutes 30 seconds
King T'Challa / Black Panther - 3 minutes 30 seconds
Groot - 3 minutes 15 seconds Nebula - 3 minutes 15 seconds
Okoye - 3 minutes 15 seconds Loki - 3 minutes 15 seconds
James "Rhodey" Rhodes / War Machine - 3 minutes
Eitri - 2 minutes 45 seconds
Wong - 2 minutes 45 seconds
Sam Wilson / Falcon - 2 minutes 15 seconds
James "Bucky" Barnes / Winter Soldier - 2 minutes
Pepper Potts - 1 minute 30 seconds
The Stonekeeper*Red Skull* - 1 minute 30 seconds
Shuri - 1 minute
M'Baku - 1 minute
Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross - 1 minute
Nick Fury - 1 minute
Maria Hill - 45 seconds
Heimdall - 45 seconds
The Collector - 45 seconds
Ned Leeds - 15 seconds

33. Robert Downey, Jr. had a separate deal from his Marvel Cinematic Universe co-stars when he signed on to reprise his role as Tony Stark (Iron Man) in subsequent Avengers films, after The Avengers (2012). However, his appearances in Captain America: Civil War (2016) and Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) were not tied to this deal. These negotiations occurred separately after he completed his contract to do the Iron Man (2008) trilogy.

34. Co-Directors Anthony and Joe Russo have confirmed that several Asgardians have escaped Thanos' attack, Valkyrie from Thor: Ragnarök (2017) being one of them.

35. This is the nineteenth movie released by Marvel Studios in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

36. Thanos was originally going to walk through a river of his victims' blood during the Soul Stone sequence, but Marvel decided to tone down its darkness.

37. Spider-Man asks Tony if he's seen that "really old movie" Aliens (1986). This mirrors his first appearance in Captain America: Civil War (2016), where he called Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) a "really old movie".

38. Proxima Midnight, the female member of The Black Order, normally wears a black horned helmet in the comic books. This was changed to organic horns growing from her head, to avoid similarities with Hela's distinctive helmet in Thor: Ragnarök (2017).

39. Josh Brolin based his characterization on Marlon Brando's role as Colonel Walter Kurtz in Apocalypse Now (1979).

40. Josh Brolin acted in this movie with a foam headpiece that was the size of Thanos' head, with a camera on his face for visual effects. He also had to wear various foam parts depending on what the scene called for so the other actors and actresses didn't get too close to his real body, and so Thanos' scale was retained.

41. The filmmakers had a phrase to describe characters meeting and interacting for the first time that they called "strange alchemy". The conflict of personalities between Tony Stark and Doctor Strange is a perfect example of this.

42. Although not explicitly stated in the movie, Corvus Glaive and Proxima Midnight of The Black Order are husband and wife.

43. The Incredible Hulk crashing into Doctor Strange's Sanctum Sanctorum is a nod to the comic book "The Infinity Gauntlet" #1, where the Silver Surfer is the one to crash through Strange's window and warn of the threat of Thanos.

44. In a New York Times interview, when asked about how the script was written to accommodate the large cast, co-Writer Stephen McFeely said, "Not every scene can be twenty-five people in a room. You're going to have to make kickball teams and then have a tournament."

45. Like several names of people, things, and places in Thor's universe, the term Niðavellir is from old Norse/Icelandic, its literal translation being "Field of ancestors".

46. Natasha Romanoff sports a whitish-blonde hair color, making her resemble Yelena Belova, who, for a while, impersonated Black Widow in the comic books.

47. Although Joss Whedon directed the first two Avengers movies, he did not return to direct either of the next two Avengers movies. Some cast members later admitted that Whedon had a difficult time directing such a close group of actors and actresses, since every creative difference he had with a single person would often lead to a discussion with the others as well. Instead, the Russo Brothers, who directed Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) and Captain America: Civil War (2016), directed this movie and Avengers: Endgame (2019).

48. It was confirmed by the Russo Brothers that what happened in Captain America: Civil War (2016) will still continue in this movie, where the teams will still be divided until the time has come where they must stop Thanos.

49. Tom Holland accidentally revealed the movie's teaser poster via an Instagram live stream in November 2017. The poster contained a note from Mark Ruffalo explaining that the poster had not yet been released, and Holland was supposed to keep it a secret. Ironically, Holland had already showed the poster to the camera and read the message out loud before discovering a large sign on the back that read "CONFIDENTIAL, DO NOT SHARE". However, this seems like a deliberate set-up from the studio, as Holland and Ruffalo are known for revealing too many secrets about past Marvel movies. Plus, it lined up too conveniently with the release date of the first trailer. However, no proof exists.

50. There are close to three thousand shots in this movie, with almost two thousand nine hundred of those being visual effects shots.

51. Thanos says he was called a madman on his homeworld of Titan. In the comic books, Thanos was known as the Mad Titan. He is also referred to by this name in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014).

52. The filmmakers wanted to explore the idea that these heroes are willing to sacrifice their own lives, but when are they willing to sacrifice somebody else?

53. On February 11, 2017, Marvel released the first on-set footage from the first day of filming (January 27, 2017). The footage featured a first look at one of the sets from the movie, with Robert Downey, Jr. (Tony Stark/Iron Man), Tom Holland (Peter ParkeSpider-Man), and Chris Pratt (Peter Quill/Star-Lord) shown on-set. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige confirmed the movies as the culmination of the entire franchise from its beginning, with Iron Man (2008). Feige also confirmed that The Avengers were broken into two sects in Captain America: Civil War (2016), in order to set up this movie. Feige described Thanos as, "The biggest, best, and baddest villain that Marvel has ever had", and stated that Thanos would reveal his reasons for hunting down the Infinity Stones. Concept art was also shown depicting Rocket Raccoon fighting alongside Thor, it was recently revealed how the Guardians of the Galaxy will meet The Avengers.

54. Bucky Barnes shows up for the fight, having been cryogenically frozen in Wakanda for a while following Captain America: Civil War (2016). While he was under, Shuri worked to cure him of his hypnosis as The Winter Soldier. It is also assumed that Steve Rogers has checked up on him periodically.

55. The filmmakers thought it was important to remind viewers what each Stone does and show it visually, which is why when Thanos obtains a Stone, he usually employs it in the following scene.

56. The French dub has Tony use "Voldemort" as an insult to Ebony Maw in place of "Squidward" (a character from SpongeBob SquarePants). This is likely because Squidward's French name, "Carlo", was too ordinary for audiences to get the joke, and for the joke to work. The same applies to Squidward's German name, "Thaddäus".

57. This movie is based on the comic book series called "The Infinity Gauntlet" published by Marvel Comics in 1991, but takes its name from the sequel comic book series called "The Infinity War", which has a sequel series called "The Infinity Crusade".

58. This movie is Chapter Seven of Phase Three in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

59. The official trailer for this movie showed Spider-Man exhibiting his spider-sense ability, which was not clearly displayed in Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), though it was seen quickly in Captain America: Civil War (2016).

60. This movie's release date was revealed while Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) was still in production.

61. Third movie in which Rocket Raccoon has a fascination with prosthetic limbs. In Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), a prosthetic leg, in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017), a prosthetic eye, and in this movie, another eye, and Bucky's new prosthetic arm.

62. Bruce Banner gets to wear the Hulk-Buster armor (dubbed "Veronica", in reference to Banner's girlfriend Betty) that was used against him in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015).

63. At one point of the movie, Thor, Rocket, and Groot visit a star forge called "Nidavellir", where they meet a dwarf called Eitri (Peter Dinklage). In Norse mythology, Nidavellir is the home of the dwarves, and one of the Yggdrasil's nine realms.

64. During the flashback of Gamora's childhood, Ebony Maw can be heard talking to the people, referring them as "Zehobereians". This reveals Zehoberei as Gamora's home planet.

65. This movie was inspired by the following Marvel Comics storylines: The Infinity Gauntlet (Thanos forms the Infinity Gauntlet and becomes all-powerful), The Thanos Imperative (the Guardians of the Galaxy take on Thanos), and Infinity (the Avengers and Inhumans team up to battle Thanos). The Marvel Comics storyline of the same name, however, involved a battle between superheroes for the Infinity Gauntlet, and has nothing to do with this story. This battle happened after the events of The Infinity Gauntlet and Infinity Crusade, where in the Infinity Gauntlet, Adam Warlock and his Infinity Watch formed by Gamora, Moondragon, Drax the Destructor, and Pip the Troll, allied forces with Thanos in order to defeat Magus, Warlock's evil side, who was looking to reunite the Infinity Gauntlet to be all-powerful and in the Infinity Crusade, Adam Warlock, The Avengers, Thanos, X-Men, the Fantastic Four, and Silver Surfer unite to defeat the Goddess, Warlock's good side, who was looking to convert the entire universe to worship her and control everyone.

66. James Gunn revealed on Twitter on 4/30/2018 that the name of the Guardians' new ship in this movie is the Benatar.

67. Star-Lord's line, "for the record, this was my plan" was a contribution from Chris Pratt.

68. This movie crossed the worldwide box-office mark of one billion dollars in a record time of eleven days after its release. This is the sixth Marvel movie to make this much.

69. In the comic books, The Black Order usually has a fifth member, another female alien named Supergiant with a mind control superpower.

70. All three Marvel Cinematic Universe phases have referenced either an Infinity Stone or the Infinity Gauntlet with two stones making their debut within each phase. The Space and Mind Stone first appeared during Phase 1, though they were not revealed to be Infinity Stones until Phase 2.

71. The filmmakers wanted The Incredible Hulk and Bruce Banner's relationship to become increasingly dysfunctional, carrying over from his last appearance in Thor: Ragnarök (2017). What if The Incredible Hulk were no longer interested in solving problems for Bruce Banner.

72. There were certain drafts where more time was spent on Titan before it collapsed, with more backstory on Thanos. In the end, the screenwriters felt this glimpse was all that was needed.

73. Natalie Portman announced she would not appear in the movie as Dr. Jane Foster, and that she will not be involved in any future Marvel comic book movies. Portman had signed on to do Thor: The Dark World (2013), and was apparently unhappy when Director Patty Jenkins was replaced by Alan Taylor. She did not appear in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) and Thor: Ragnarök (2017) for the same reason.

74. The new Spider-Man suit is based on the Iron Spider outfit from the comics. Like its movie counterpart, it was also created by Tony Stark. This is also the first movie to have Spider-Man use it, as this costume first appeared at the end of Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017).

75. The screenwriters initially struggled about where Thor's new axe would be. There were even versions of the script where it was trapped by a dragon. But, returning to the model of scenes serving more than one storytelling function, the screenwriters felt this worked, as it provided a test for Thor, but also displayed what Thanos has wrought.

76. The original Avengers never fully re-unite as a team in this movie.

77. The Guardians of the Galaxy and The Avengers figuring out their plan on Titan was the first scene filmed over the first three days of shooting.

78. On March 1, 2018, as North America was approaching the May 5 release of the movie, Marvel Studios announced that this movie would release worldwide one week earlier, on April 27, 2018. The move comes from The Walt Disney Company's decision to let this movie have more time in the spotlight, before Disney and Lucasfilm released Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018) on May 25, 2018.

79. Tom Holland was working on another movie at the same time of the filming of this movie. The other role required him to have longer hair than he'd previously had as Spider-Man, so he had his stylists incorporate the new length into his look for this movie. However, after seeing the final product when the first trailer came out, Holland regretted this decision, saying he looked ridiculous and jokingly compared himself to Prince Charming.

80. From the early drafts, the filmmakers knew they wanted to split the Guardians of the Galaxy up. Much like the idea of "strange alchemy", they couldn't have them functioning as a group the whole time, and needed to have them interact with the new players.

81. The filmmakers didn't want the Soul Stone to be somewhere audiences already knew, or to have it be random. They chose to have it be a secret for one of the characters, therefore becoming emotional.

82. T'Challa calls Bucky Barnes "The White Wolf". In the comic books, The White Wolf is the alter ego of T'Challa's adopted older brother.

83. Carrie Coon was pregnant while doing the motion-capture and voicework for Proxima Midnight. However, most of Proxima Midnight's fight scenes were performed on-set in a motion-capture suit by stuntwoman Monique Ganderton, who is five inches taller than Carrie Coon.

84. In The Avengers (2012), Thor stated that Odin used his dark magic to transport him to and from Earth, as the Bifröst was destroyed. Audiences now find out the dark magic came straight from Heimdall, as he used it to transport The Incredible Hulk here.

85. Originally, the colors of the Infinity Stones were: Soul=green, Time=orange, Space=purple, Mind=blue, Reality=yellow and Power=red.
In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, they share the same colors from the Marvel Legacy version (Soul=orange, Time=green, Space=blue, Mind=yellow, Reality=red, and Power=purple).

86. Longest Marvel Cinematic Universe movie as of April 2018, at two hours and twenty-nine minutes, following Captain America: Civil War (2016), which was two hours and twenty-seven minutes.

87. Spider-Man referencing Aliens (1986) is a continuation of a running gag set up in Captain America: Civil War (2016), where Peter has a tendency to use "really old movies" as help for his fight plans. It also drives home the point of how young Peter is compared to the other characters in this movie.

88. This movie was released five days before the 10th Anniversary of Iron Man (2008), the first movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

89. The filmmakers decided very early on to turn this movie into a "smash-and-grab heist movie" told from the viewpoint of the lead villain, Thanos.

90. This movie was scheduled to be released exactly six years after the release of The Avengers (2012), but on March 1, 2018, Marvel moved the release date up to April 27.

91. The filmmakers worked with Director Ryan Coogler and his team from Black Panther (2018) as they had maps drawn of the country of Wakanda. They used these maps to better figure out where to place the battle and the strategy that would come into play.

92. Zoe Saldana's second movie to earn two billion dollars at the worldwide box-office, the first being Avatar (2009). She received prominent billing in both movies.

93. Entering Wakanda for the third act of the movie was not an easy decision for the filmmakers, and was discussed extensively. It was coming only two months after the release of Black Panther (2018), and the filmmakers did not want to have audiences feel like they were sitting through a repeat third act.

94. In the bottom right corner of Thanos' field, there is a brief moment where viewers can see a scarecrow made out of his armor. This is an homage to the comic books.

95. In Thor (2011), Odin mentioned that Thor's hammer Mjölnir was "forged inside a dying star". Some fans took this as an indication that Mjölnir was made from neutronium, an extremely heavy substance that is sometimes left when big stars die (which would account for Mjölnir's extreme weight). The revelation that Mjölnir was forged in Nidavellir takes the metaphor even further, since Nidavellir is literally a forge inside the remains of a dead star.

96. Originally, there was a scene where we saw Thanos obtain the Power Stone from Xandar. To avoid repetition, it was cut from the script.

97. Doctor Strange uses the Crimson Bands of Cyttorak to subdue Thanos momentarily, something Strange uses frequently in the comic books.

98. Black Panther punching Cull Obsidian is an iconic image translated directly from the comic books.

99. The filmmakers thought of this movie as Thanos' hero's journey. That way they could figure out how to put everybody in the movie.

100. The filmmakers used The Black Order not only to keep the movie from feeling repetitive, but also to keep the heroes from fighting Thanos until the end.

101. When Thor talks with Rocket while they travel to Nidavellir, Thor claims that he's one thousand five hundred-years-old. Since the movie is set in 2018, it reveals that Thor was born in 518 A.D.

102. The new Iron Man suit is based on Bleeding Edge, and later, Model-Prime armors from the comic books, both of which which used nanotechnology to create a suit which is linked to Stark, and can also create weapons for him to use, such as a bigger gun, and stored away when not in use, which, for the movie, is inside Stark's new arc reactor on his chest as seen when he taps it with his hand.

103. When Screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely started working on the script for this movie, there was no Thor: Ragnarök (2017) script yet, so they didn't know where Thanos would find Loki. There were many drafts of the script with Thanos finding Loki in several different places.

104. Despite being a major actor in the movie, Chris Evans did not appear during the press tour, due to his involvement in the Broadway revival of Lobby Hero. He did, however, appear in a prerecorded bit titled "The Marvel Bunch" on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (2014).

105. In his fight with The Incredible Hulk, Thanos has one Stone, but doesn't use it. This shows that he is unbeatable in a one-on-one battle, even before the Stones come into play.

106. In the Sanctum Santorum, Tony Stark pulls out the flip phone that Steve sent him at the end of Captain America: Civil War (2016). When it shows the phone number on the phone, the area code displays 678. This is the area code for metro Atlanta, Georgia, same as where most of the movie was filmed.

107. Wanda was given her power from the Mind Stone, as discovered in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), and she is consequently the only person who can destroy it.

108. Knowhere is a setting from Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) that the filmmakers wanted to show in a different light, to emphasize Thanos' effect on the universe.

109. The Russo Brothers make fun of their passion for title cards when the SPACE title comes up.

110. Thanos' henchmen, known as "The Black Order", all have names that have something to do with blackness or darkness. Cull Obsidian, which basically means "black death". Ebony Maw, roughly "dark mouth". Proxima Midnight, or "among the darkness"/"of the darkness". Lastly, Corvus Glaive, whose first name is the name of the constellation depicting a raven. It's also the name for the genus of birds such as crows and ravens: black birds traditionally associated with death. So his name can be seen as black bird of death. (Glaive refers to his weapon, which grants him immortality, as long as it isn't destroyed.)

111. Wakanda was shot in a practical location in Georgia with trees and plants built in that were more indigenous to Africa. The foreground for Wakanda was practical, while the background was greenscreened, with textures and plates from Africa added.

112. Rocket carrying around a stolen eye is a callback to a running gag in both Guardians of the Galaxy movies, as he has always been obsessed with prosthetic body parts.

113. This is the first movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe featuring Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) and James Rhodes (Don Cheadle) in which they do not have any scenes together.

114. There is a parallel between Thanos and Tony Stark, in that they both are aware of something from an early point and constantly have to deal with being smarter than others. Thanos is a futurist as much as Tony Stark, which is why he is aware of who Stark is from the original battle in New York City, as the person who undid the plan.

115. Drax (Dave Bautista) mentions being able to stand still for hours on end. Bautista had to stand for several hours each day getting his make-up applied.

116. In May 2018, this was one of three Marvel movies in theaters at the same time. The others being Black Panther (2018) and Deadpool 2 (2018).

117. The filmmakers thought of Peter Quill as sort of a Peter Pan character, as he was kidnapped at the age of ten and raised by pirates. He's very flawed and very damaged, which makes him very human.

118. The first Stone audiences see Thanos obtain is the Space Stone, which has significance, as it was the first stone introduced in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, originally appearing in Captain America: The First Avenger (2011).

119. Directors Anthony and Joe Russo say that Thor obtaining his axe was one of the more complex scenes in the movie to edit. The placement of scenes changed a lot.

120. This movie begins and ends with a distress signal.


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