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Ah, yes. Those are problems. But I think Marvel Studios themselves have been doing a good job lately on getting more diverse directors — not just Ryan Coogler on Black Panther, but they also hired Chloe Zhao for The Eternals.
Edited by alliterator on Feb 14th 2019 at 3:57:17 AM
An Iron Man 2 scene that is even better with the knowledge of Captain Marvel.
Black Panther received 13 nominations at the NAACP Image Awards
Expected, but welcome.
There is a clear cut in Marvel studies...pre Perlmutter and past Perlmutter. I think that past Perlmutter, there is little to complain about.
Let us not talk about that man, he's a curse that has been lifted and will, God willing, never come back.
he'll be back for sequel,evil never dies..
So a little topic of debate: which songs from past adaptations would you guys like to show up in the MCU?
We know it is possible, Homecoming having pretty much resurrected the 67' cartoon theme.
Personally, my pick is the 90's cartoon Spider-Man intro song:
Never gets old.
My favourite tunes from Marvel TV shows are The Captain America Song, The Ironman song (already used), The Mighty Thor Theme Song, The Lonely man theme song (already used), The Incredible Hulk 1982 Intro, The Spiderman 60s (already used) 90s and Spectacular theme, The X-men theme (and if they ever do a separate X-men verse, I want to use them that theme as logo music…now with the merger Disney should own all the necessary rights to do that), and Fight as one (frankly, Marvel could at the very least do an extended music video on that one, featuring ALL the Avengers).
Maybe, but only maybe, one should also consider the totally cheesy Fantastic 4 intro song and the Iron Man Armoured Adventures theme song.
And yes, I am aware that I didn't mention the Namor theme song...frankly, of the four "classic" ones, it is the least memorable.
I'm personally hoping that if/when we get an X-Men movie set in the MCU, this gem comes back in full force:
Edited by TargetmasterJoe on Feb 15th 2019 at 8:48:29 AM
Y'know, the OG intro is great and iconic and all, but personally nothing beats the japanese introes:
(Granted, the OG theme is catchier)
They allowed an Afrofuturist movie titled "Black Panther"
I don't think they're gonna mind a movie about a Pakistani-American heroine.
Edited by NoName999 on Feb 15th 2019 at 7:48:39 AM
I was happily surprised by how little pushback there was about the Black Panther name. The movie even deliberately, if subtlely, refenced the organization itself (I didn’t learn until after I’d seen it that Oakland, where the flashback was set, was where the Panthers got their start, but now that I know I’m thinking that was intentional on Coogler’s part).
So I don’t think Islamophobia is going to deter a Kamala Khan movie. It’s exactly the reason why one is needed.
Avengers: United They Stand (yes I know the series wasn't very good but I still like the song)
Fight As One the theme song to Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes. Hell there are so many MCU Youtube videos with that song, it might as well be the MCU Avengers' theme song.
The intro to the second season of the 90s Iron Man cartoon.
And finally, the theme song to Iron Man Armored Adventures.
You have barely scratched the surface of the potential!
If we play that way...
Those are most of them. Including some obscure ones...
The theme from the sadly never further produced "Pryde of the X-Men" series is pretty underrated
I thought a cool thing they could’ve done was, since they had the 60’s theme for Spidey Homecoming, they could’ve had a different had a different theme featured each film. But... eh.
Because the previous videos were too happy and I felt like breaking some hearts….
Well, if you're gonna play it like that:
Sounds like the Loki show is a prequel.
Loki, one of the first series that Marvel Studios will be making for Disney’s streaming service Disney+, has landed Michael Waldon as its point person. Waldron will write the pilot, act as show creator and exec produce the series.
Tom Hiddleston is expected to star in the series, reprising the fan favorite character he first played in 2011’s Thor.
The character apparently met his demise in last year’s Avengers: Infinity War, even before the census altering dematerialization of half the universe, but Marvel may have found a run around that little impediment.
Sources say the show will follow Loki as the trickster and shapeshifter pops up throughout human history as unlikely influencer on historical events.
So it's alive?
A prequel you say?
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