With Taika Waititi returning to write and direct, share your thoughts on what you'd like to see in the next Thor film.
What's on your mind?
I made a new post yesterday about Spider-Man titled "Spider-Man might be staying in the MCU after all", but now it's gone. I don't understand, why was it deleted? It's not like the post was controversial or it broke any of the Wiki's rules or something. It was a very positive post and I don't understand why it was taken down. And it's not the first time this has happen with other posts I've made.
Continuing the "Scene Discussion" is the incredible sequence where Mysterio uses his illusions against Spider-Man.
Let's discuss! How do you feel about this? Is this exactly what yo wanted from Mysterio? DO you hope to see more of him? What was your favourite moment in the illusion?
Leave your thoughts on this down below, and make sure to leave any suggestions of scenes that you would like to discuss in future posts.
I’m absolutely certain Izel took over Davis’ body, either put a shrike in him or Izel is actually just a super shrike and took over his body personally, i mean she was there on the bridge of the ship and Davis covered the only way Izel could have fled and was also acting very oddly
I think it’s unlikely because “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” didn’t cross 3 million dollars and “Venom” was a bad movie.
So in the end of ffh when peter goes to aunt may at the airport we can see quentin beck like HOW TF IS THAT POSSIBLE?
Name: Peter Parker
First Appearance: Iron Man 2
Latest Appearance: Spider-Man: Far From Home
Portrayed By: Tom Holland
"I've been me my whole life, and I've had these powers for 6 months. I read books, I build computers... and yeah, I would love to play football, but I couldn't then so I shouldn't now. But I can't tell anybody that, so I'm not. Look, when you can do the things that I can, but you don't... and then the bad things happen... they happen because of you."
How you feel about him, do you like him, what about the actor, favourite moment with him etc. Make sure to comment below any characters you want to discuss in depth next time.
What's your opinions on this character?
The timeline has never been concrete, and always has changed. There’s always debate upon when it takes place, and multiple sources say this or that. But generally, I think I’ve got it.
Captain America The First Avenger: 1942-1945
Captain Marvel: 1995
Iron Man: 2008 (I’ve seen sources sayin 2009, however in the movie there are signs saying 2008)
Iron Man 2: 2010 (There are sources saying six months since the first iron man, however, TIH and the first Thor movie are referenced by coulson, and it’s confirmed they don’t take place in 2008. It makes sense to take place in 2010 as a result.)
Incredible Hulk: 2010
Iron Man 3: December of 2012
Thor The Dark World: 2013
Captain America the Winter Soldier: 2014
Guardians Of the Galaxy: August of 2014
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2: October of 2014
Age Of Ultron: May 2015
Ant Man: 2015 (A few months after Age Of Ultron, probably July because that’s when the movie are out.)
Captain America Civil War: June 2016
Black Panther: June 2016
Spider Man Homecoming: September or August of 2016
Doctor Strange: First part of the film is February of 2016, then 9 months pass and it ends in November of 2016. (I’ve seen it end in January of 2017, bit I think it makes more sense if it ends when the film comes out.)
Thor Ragnarok: November 2017-Early 2018 (Time passes both on Sakaar and when the statesmen travels through space)
Ant Man and the Wasp: Mid April or Late April of 2018
Infinty War: Late April or Early May (if AMATW takes place in late April) of 2018
Endgame: Because 23 days pass at the beginning of Endgame, it is Late May or Early June. After the 5 year time gap, it is October of 2023.
Spider Man Far From Home takes place in June of 2024.
An example of an update is:
Sometime passes after (Far From Home ending spoiler), and Peter returns to the suit Tony Stark originally gifted to him. Eventually, he joined the ranks of the Spider-Army in order to help them fight against the threat of the Inheritors on Earth-616. This battle ended in a success for the Spider-Army, with the Inheritors defeated and turned into harmless human babies.
In the newest episode, Mack says that Daisy was in space for five years. It's lame and doesn't line up with anything the previous episodes said, but it's clearly an attempt to make the show line up with the movies.
In Spider-Man: Far From Home, the world pay tribute to Tony Stark for save the planet from Thanos' army, but there is no sign of a tribute to Bruce Banner/Professor Hulk for bring everybody back from the snap. I mean, both feats were transcendental for the Universe.
No time for the team to play catch-up, there's a planet to save.
What are your thoughts on the episode?
I think that Captain America left Mjolnir back in Thor The Dark World when he went back in time to put the stones back. This is my theory what do you guys think.
Will we get some more insight on Phase 4? Share your thoughts.
It's missing Marvel Studios: The First Ten Years: The Definitive Story Behind the Blockbuster Studio. Also, is Marvel going to release new art books for the new Agents of Shield seasons? And will we ever get an Art of the Incredible Hulk?
Official twitter of the Spider-Man: From Home movie states that Parker's stealth-suit was designed by S.H.I.E.L.D. However, everything in the movie and the MCU states that Fury doesn't have any association with current S.H.I.E.L.D. Could it be another contradiction, such as opening card from Homecoming?
That’s a picture of Scott Lang’s Laptop. Can anyone see which date it’s showing?
It is empty, but I don't remember her playing someone.