Marvel Media (This is the spoiler thread, Q-Stone - You're welcome)

Somewhere in an Alternate Universe...
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Ew

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Well, we've still got Chris Evans. That counts for something.

They should've used the characters from the far suckier Fantastic Four film. And Peter Parker from Spider-man 3. And leave Blade out of it. Replace him with Howard the Duck!

I guess that's proof we're not in the absolute worst timeline. Just a bad one.

Quintin_Stone wrote:

They should've used the characters from the far suckier Fantastic Four film. And Peter Parker from Spider-man 3. And leave Blade out of it. Replace him with Howard the Duck!

They could show Michael B. Jordan, but he'd have to take Chris Evans' spot.

Quintin_Stone wrote:

They should've used the characters from the far suckier Fantastic Four film.

Trank or Corman?

The Ang Lee Hulk. Lol

muttonchop wrote:
Quintin_Stone wrote:

They should've used the characters from the far suckier Fantastic Four film.

Trank or Corman?

Trank

NEStolgia wrote:

Well, we've still got Chris Evans. That counts for something.

Should have taken Evans from Scott Pilgrim.

Mixolyde wrote:
NEStolgia wrote:

Well, we've still got Chris Evans. That counts for something.

Should have taken Evans from Scott Pilgrim.

And Thomas Jane and Brie Larsen

Tanglebones wrote:
Mixolyde wrote:
NEStolgia wrote:

Well, we've still got Chris Evans. That counts for something.

Should have taken Evans from Scott Pilgrim.

And Thomas Jane and Brie Larsen

Yeah, people are hating on this, but it would be worth it for the Punisher/Blade Jane/Snipes content alone.

I actually like Jane's take on the Punisher.

He's better as Vegan Police but yeah, not bad as punisher.

It's milk and eggs, bitch.

Look, it's a low, low bar, but he's still the best live action Punisher I'm aware of. Also, while I wouldn't go as far as to say that movie is good, it has some really good scenes. Like, this is straight out of a Tarantino movie:

edit: the diner scene, not the shootout afterwards. Which is kind of the central issue with that movie.

I always wondered if Harry Heck wrote a song for everyone he killed, or if that one song is for all of them.

Grenn wrote:

I always wondered if Harry Heck wrote a song for everyone he killed, or if that one song is for all of them.

He just changed a word to make every one of them feel special.

Grenn wrote:

I always wondered if Harry Heck wrote a song for everyone he killed, or if that one song is for all of them.

Given the dramatics, I suspect he wrote a song for every moderately notable occassion.

"You like that song? I wrote it for you. I'm going to play it at your office birthday party."

Wakanda Forever.

This reality sucks ass. I can think of a few hundred thousand people off the top of my head who deserve to die from colon cancer more than Chadwick Boseman.

43! That is so damn young. To put that in perspective, Harrison Ford was 43 when Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom came out. I'm sorry for his loved ones of course, but Chadwick was so talented in every role I saw him in that it's a shame for the whole world he didn't get a long and varied career.

From what I have read, he was a genuinely decent human being, too. He used his star power to help sick kids and people in need, and he was a humble, good natured person.

It’s hard to believe that while he was filming Black Panther he had already been diagnosed with cancer. I watched some interviews with him today from around that time and I find it difficult to wrap my head around him acting as if everything was normal.
It’s really sad that he is gone. It feels as if he was just getting started...

Very sad. Makes me wonder if this is why they didn't include Black Panther 2 in phase 4 after the success of the first one. From experience, I can't imagine trying maintain action movie fitness levels while fighting cancer.

Two of my daughter's favorite movies are 42 and Black Panther.

I don't think anyone at Marvel knew he had cancer. Otherwise, they probably wouldn't have cast him. I don't think he had any choice but to hide it. He wouldn't have gotten work otherwise.

kazooka wrote:

I don't think anyone at Marvel knew he had cancer. Otherwise, they probably wouldn't have cast him. I don't think he had any choice but to hide it. He wouldn't have gotten work otherwise.

He first appeared in Captain America: Civil War, which came out four years ago. So when they first cast him he likely didn’t have cancer.