Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by The Nth Doctor, Apr 21, 2019.
Not shit, not great either.
Oddly, putting it on seemed to hurt Banner much more than Stark. Banner was screaming in pain from the moment he put it on. Stark seemed unharmed until he snapped.
It's interesting that Banner said he was really trying to save Nat. It occurred to me that that might have had something to do with how burned his arm got? If so, it's not exactly clear to me when the process of attempting to use the glove for the purpose of the snap began, if it started right away when he put it on, and if so whether part of the distress he was having was because he was going to try to violate the operation of the Soul Stone.
One QQ from someone who only watches some of the movies.
Did Ant Man & The Wasp end with him going into the quantum zone exactly there with her being dusted before bringing him back?
Also, does Stark appear in the first Spider-Man or does their relationship come entirely from Civil War?
Yes to both questions. Ant-Man and the Wasp ended with this scene here, which sets up his appearance in Endgame. And Tony Stark appeared in Homecoming.
Something cool that I just found that supplements the above clip. The only problem is that it highlights the fact that it was simultaneously broad daylight in central Africa, San Francisco, and wherever Hawkeyes family lives.
Wakanda has their own sun, made of vibranium. That metal can do anything.
Spoiler: this thread
Somebody’s going to take that comment seriously and rebut it.
If it were early morning on the West Coast of the U.S., it would still be daylight in Wakanda.
But I believe Hawkeye was established to live to live somewhere in the Midwest and Fury and Hill were in, I believe, Atlanta.
Some losers made their own edit to cut out the majority of the women from Endgame, as well as the humor, drama, and emotion.
It would still be daylight there as they entire North American continent is between PST and EAT.
So....what is it, just a series of establishing shots and action beats? Or just a three hour loop of Red Skull just hovering there?
You'll recall what the power stone alone does to normal people. That plus the other five means most people would have been disintegrated in seconds.
Probably just the action scenes, then a PowerPoint presentation about how Thanos is right with multiple spelling mistakes.
Some people have way too much time on their hateful hands.
Some wonderful behind-the-scenes footage is starting to pop up on social media from the cast members, including a clip that proves Ava Russo is a pretty good archer in her own right.
I suppose there are ways to edit out Captain Marvel, and only leave Nebula in for the scenes where Thanos is getting information from her, but how could you possibly edit out Natasha? Do they edit that scene so Hawkeye pushed her?
Or go in the other direction. Add a scene that makes it clear Captain Marvel is really a man, pretending to be a woman to get the enemy off guard.
Pathetic hatefulness is fascinating.
I kinda want to start a Youtube channel where I hate-watch Incel crap.
I have seen fan edits of movies, "Christian" edits of movies and now there is "no women" edits of movies.
Some people really can't let there be any entertainment not catered directly to them go by untouched.
I think Wakanda is meant to be in the same region of Africa as Tanzania and Kenya, which are seven hours ahead of the US East Coast. So it's possible for it to have been daylight in all four locations, but it would have had to be very early in the morning in San Francisco (ten hours behind East Africa) and pretty late in the afternoon/early evening in Wakanda.
I guess the Bartons were just having an early lunch.
In that version Thanos's ship would just explode for no reason
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