Is it just me? Or did other people miss the Infinity Gauntlet in Odins treasure room? I mean I had no idea that they displayed it at Comic Con in 2010. Had I paid attention a little more the Thanos cameo would not have been such a surprise.
#5661319 - 05/08/1203:35 AMRe: what's next for Marvel films? could it be....
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This is what I heard from some homies that works for LA Times and TMZ:
*There will be a handful of Marvel-related movies to tie-in to Avengers 2. These lower-budget movies will have a story line that will all lead to the Infinity Gauntlet saga in Avengers Part 2.
*Captain America 2 will focus more on Cap's recruitment of Earth's heroes. With some Hollywood writing magic and fanboy lawyers making this a reality, Fantastic Four and X-Men will be incorporated to the story.
*Thor 2 will tackle the Galactic Beings. Asking them to help with Thanos, since no Earthly or Asgardian power can match the gauntlet.
*Avengers 2 will not start where Part One left off. By the time Part 2 comes out we all have these other movies feeding us what I hope is a good story. And typical trilogy, we'll be left off with a cliff-hanger on Part 2, only to be blown away in Part 3.
*The last 2 minutes of Part 2 will show quick scenes of earth's heroes gathering at the Avengers headquarters (Stark's NY building), and the Galactic Beings hovering outside Earth. And he bonus clip at the end of the credits will show the Avengers, X-Men, Fantastic Four, etc. hanging out in the same room.
_________________________ UPDATE 12.10.12You're that dude with all those sketches!
#5661450 - 05/08/1208:00 AMRe: what's next for Marvel films? could it be....
OgamiOgami I can't find the huggy gremelin, but trust me, I'm all kinds of hugging you right now.
Loc: The House of Sinanju
Originally Posted By: RedRaven
Also, and I know this is a bit of a kiljoy, but we might want to stop and acknowledge how special the Avengers movie is in a certain time and place and recognize that between studio demands, fickle audiences, and actor egos, we may NEVER see another film like this ever again.
I'm going to enjoy what a miracle Avengers is, and not count my next Marvel team movies before they're hatched. Also, we might want to begin to think about some of these properties as being perfect as animated films, (see above) seeing as how we DO have the perfect marriage of Marvel and the Mouse (and the desk lamp that comes with).
"When you grow up - as I did - reading Grimm's fairy tales and the Bible, there's no question that you see it as your duty to change the world for the better." Terry Gilliam, Gilliamesque, (2015). Pg 199.