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10th Sep '17 8:09:52 PM Doug86
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* While the back-and-forth transformations between Ben Grimm and The Thing are a staple of early ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'' comics, [[Film/FantasticFour the movies]] spend a lot of time with a non-deformed DoctorDoom. The second one goes to especially great lengths to get Julian [=McMahon=] out of his metal mask.

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* While the back-and-forth transformations between Ben Grimm and The Thing are a staple of early ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'' comics, [[Film/FantasticFour the movies]] spend a lot of time with a non-deformed DoctorDoom.Comicbook/DoctorDoom. The second one goes to especially great lengths to get Julian [=McMahon=] out of his metal mask.
6th Sep '17 1:50:12 AM Malachi108
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** Likewise, in ''Film/KongSkullIsland'' Kong is portrayed by Creator/TobyKebbell, who also plays one of the soldiers.
3rd Sep '17 2:32:41 AM SeptimusHeap
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* The ''Film/{{X-Men}}'' movies play with this:

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* The ''Film/{{X-Men}}'' ''Film/XMen'' movies play with this:
12th Aug '17 11:23:34 AM nombretomado
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** A very controversial case happened in ''Film/XMenOriginsWolverine'' where we see a maskless {{Deadpool}} (played by RyanReynolds) for the first part of the film, only to disappear and come back for the climax, still with no mask but with [[MouthStitchedShut his mouth sewn shut]] instead. Though this differs from some cases since the sewn up Deadpool (AKA Weapon XI) was mostly another actor altogether (Scott Adkins), rather than Ryan Reynolds. It had less to do with showing the actor's face and more to do with a bizarre desire to not adapt the iconic costume.

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** A very controversial case happened in ''Film/XMenOriginsWolverine'' where we see a maskless {{Deadpool}} (played by RyanReynolds) Creator/RyanReynolds) for the first part of the film, only to disappear and come back for the climax, still with no mask but with [[MouthStitchedShut his mouth sewn shut]] instead. Though this differs from some cases since the sewn up Deadpool (AKA Weapon XI) was mostly another actor altogether (Scott Adkins), rather than Ryan Reynolds. It had less to do with showing the actor's face and more to do with a bizarre desire to not adapt the iconic costume.
20th Jul '17 7:57:56 PM 64SuperNintendo
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* ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan'' was also guilty of this:

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* ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan'' ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderManSeries'' was also guilty of this:



* The climax of ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2'' has Peter removing his mask so that we can get a good view of his anguished screaming after [[spoiler: Gwen]] is killed. This is however justified, given that he would want to be closer to his girlfriend and was in denial about her death. The rest of the movie avoids this, keeping Spidey's mask on for the majority of the the film.

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* ** The climax of ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2'' has Peter removing his mask so that we can get a good view of his anguished screaming after [[spoiler: Gwen]] is killed. This is however justified, given that he would want to be closer to his girlfriend and was in denial about her death. The rest of the movie avoids this, keeping Spidey's mask on for the majority of the the film.
20th Jul '17 7:56:08 PM 64SuperNintendo
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** While he is not particularly abnormal looking outside the costume, ''Film/SpiderMan2'' has a plot element where Peter loses his powers, allowing a good chunk of the movie to have Peter just be Peter.

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** While he is not particularly abnormal looking abnormal-looking outside the costume, ''Film/SpiderMan2'' has a plot element where Peter loses his powers, allowing a good chunk of the movie to have Peter just be Peter.



** In ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'' Steve Rogers spends a lot of time not wearing the half-mask hood—sometimes as himself, and other times with it simply pushed back. At one point he wears a helmet instead. Probably justified, because it's not like he really ''has'' a SecretIdentity in this 'verse.

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** In ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'' Steve Rogers spends a lot of time not wearing the half-mask hood—sometimes as himself, and other times with it simply pushed back. At one point point, he wears a helmet instead. Probably justified, because it's not like he really ''has'' a SecretIdentity in this 'verse.
20th Jul '17 7:53:35 PM 64SuperNintendo
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* The climax of ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2'' has Peter removing his mask so that we can get a good view of his anguished screaming after [[spoiler: Gwen]] is killed. This is however justified, given that he would want to be closer to his girlfriend and was in denial about her death. The rest of the movie avoids this, keeping spidey's mask on for the majority of the the film.

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* The climax of ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2'' has Peter removing his mask so that we can get a good view of his anguished screaming after [[spoiler: Gwen]] is killed. This is however justified, given that he would want to be closer to his girlfriend and was in denial about her death. The rest of the movie avoids this, keeping spidey's Spidey's mask on for the majority of the the film.
10th Jul '17 10:56:27 PM DoctorRayman
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* Peter has his mask taken off several times in ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'' as well, while the Shocker straight up doesn't wear one at all. In an inversion, the Vulture wears a face-obscuring helmet despite not having one in the comics.

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* ** Peter has his mask taken off several times in ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'' as well, while the Shocker straight up doesn't wear one at all. In an inversion, the Vulture wears a face-obscuring helmet despite not having one in the comics.
10th Jul '17 10:55:23 PM DoctorRayman
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* Peter has his mask taken off several times in ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'' as well, while the Shocker straight up doesn't wear one at all. In an inversion, the Vulture wears a face-obscuring helmet despite not having one in the comics.


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* Peter has his mask taken off several times in ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'' as well, while the Shocker straight up doesn't wear one at all. In an inversion, the Vulture wears a face-obscuring helmet despite not having one in the comics.
8th Jul '17 4:49:27 PM comicwriter
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* Peter has his mask taken off several times in ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'' as well, while the Shocker straight up doesn't wear one at all. In an inversion, the Vulture wears a face-obscuring helmet despite not having one in the comics.
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