Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by The Ominous, Mar 14, 2019.
Gonna be a hell of a ride folks!
So, Tony makes it back to earth a-ok. Not shocking, but thought they would milk that plot more.
The movie is probably going to be 3 hours long. They filmed so much in secret and are holding back so much which is a GREAT thing in my opinion. It is the magnum opus of comic book movies. It will be a game changer. A literal Alpha and Omega beginning and end book of revelations type of stuff...Gonna be legendary.
I'm waiting for one with Captain Marvel in it.
Did you see the end scene?
Edit: Now I realize it was JUST Carol Danvers. They are saving Captain Marvel for some epic stuff I bet.
No, not yet, but I've heard about it. And looking forward to seeing it.
It truly is. The end of an era. A phenomenal, hugely successful era.
Are you referring to seeing her in costume with the Avengers?
Outside of the scene during the credits of her film.
Gotcha, I wasn't sure what you were referring to at first. I think you'll have to go to the film to see that.
Like @John813 said, I'm really surprised that they showed Stark alive and well back on Earth and eliminated any suspense about him being trapped in space.
But they've gone to great lengths to show flashbacks instead of new footage. A good strategy here as this thing sells itself.
You could very well be right. My guess is a couple weeks before the opening of the new Avengers movie, we'll get a trailer with Captain M in it... By that point her movie will have run its course.
Actually, in a "couple weeks" we'll have Endgame in theaters. It's only about 6 weeks away.
So I would guess that if it does happen it will happen mid-April.
I didn't see this trailer coming, so I'm not expecting to see another one between now and then.
I doubt anyone thought there was any way Stark wouldn't make it back to Earth, so I don't really see that as a big spoiler.
This may be the one exception to my "waiting until the crowds ease up" rule, before going to see a movie.
Not a big one, no. But the way it was built up in that first trailer, I expected it to be something more than the throwaway it ended up being.
Any suspense there may have been in the film is now gone, however small it likely was.
See you there!
I may just go with my nephew the Thursday night before "opening day". He does that with all of the MCU movies.