Four extended minutes of CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER opening scene trailer?
Do you have your opening weekend tickets yet?
April 4, 2014 is coming up quick.
Source: Marvel UK
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Anthony Mackie as SAM WILSON / THE FALCON in the upcoming CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER sequel from Marvel Studios, out April 4, 2014.
Photo: Marvel Studios.
A bounty hunter and mercenary whose mastery of weapons and battle tactics make him a formidable warrior, despite his small stature, this gun-toting badass is not a “raccoon” to be trifled with. With anger issues and an unlikely best friend, this mechanical genius is a different kind of hero.
Rocket speaks for the very first time as Bradley Cooper lends his voice to the tiny titan in a new look at Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy,” in theaters August 1!
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OOGA CHAKA OOGA OOGA OOGA CHAKA
I have a soft spot for Rocket <3
poetryondemand asked: A dude friend demanded I "name one" female superhero who could head her own movie. I gave him a list. He said he hadn't heard of any, so they couldn't be A-listers. I said Captain Marvel, Black Widow, She-Hulk are solo titles. He said they still "couldn't handle" a solo movie. I gave up. (btw he also made several factual errors that, if he'd been a girl, the other dudes would've crucified him for, but they didn't say anything.) What are we supposed to do?
Kill him and eat him in front of the others. It’s the only way they learn.
Reminder that Iron Man wasn’t “A-list” before his first movie.
Erm….How was Iron Man not “A-List”? He has several solo titles and is one of the main protagonists in the Avengers…. Iron Man is pretty much the definition of “A-List”
See the bit where I said “Before his movie”. He wasn’t, he really wasn’t, one of the top names before a) Ellis and Granov’s Extremis arc/reboot and b) his first movie.
Until that point he was moderately successful, within comics, but certainly wasn’t a huge hit, and crucially, very few people outside of comic readers had any idea who he was.
Reminder that Black Widow had a solo film in production before the first Iron Man movie, and the reason it was cancelled was her gender.
One of my best friends has been an Iron Man fan his whole life, and he was STUNNED when the movie was green-lit, because Iron Man wasn’t A-list. We MADE these characters A-list, by loving their movies.
In another world, very close to this one, Black Widow is THE name to beat in comic book movies right now. I want to live there.
Ant-Man is getting his own movie
Daredevil had a movie
Ghost Rider has had 2 movies
Punisher’s had 2 movies (recently, in total he’s had 3)
Blade’s had 3 movies and a TV show
These are all “A-listers”?
I bet you most people had no clue who Blade was before the movies made him a success.
They invented a white dude out of whole cloth in the movie series in Coulson, and now he’s in video games, a live action series, an animated series, and in the comics.
Captain/Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk, Spider-Woman, Black Widow, etc all have more of a comics history and name recognition than Coulson who didn’t even exist 6 years ago. People act like who gets a movie is like some sort of sports draft, and they’re being picked by their college/comic accomplishments, rather than these are fictional characters who are popular if there is the will to write them well & promote them.
Can we just bring this back to Kelly Sue’s answer which is downright perfect?
Kelly Sue is my spirit animal.
Nom nom nom.
all 8 of my Marvel animal variant covers. I had SO MUCH FUN doing these. Thanks for letting me, Marvel!
This is adorable, hilarious & awesome!
Katie Cook is one of my favourite artists! If you see her at a comic con near you, please visit her booth & check out her delightful art!
Loki: Agent Of Asgard by Al Ewing and Lee Garbett dropped this week, and the first page (Loki singing his own personal version of THE WIZARD AND I from the musical WICKED - above) inspired such glee that a fan DarthxErik completed her own lyrics of the song, recorded herself singing it and put it up on YouTube nary 36 hours later (!)
The whole thing is amazing!
Truth be told, I was hoping this would happen (huge Broadway musicals fan) but thought it would take WEEKS for something like this to get posted.
Well done, Internet.
Update: oh hey, DarthxErik’s on Tumblr!